Who was the designer of the Suzuki GSX R?

The principal designer for the bike was Hiroshi Fujiwara, a Suzuki engineer. The frame was the most innovative aspect of the bike. Suzuki abandoned steel altogether and built the frame from welded square section aluminium tubing. To gain the rigidity they wanted, the tubes were quite large, giving the bike a unique appearance.

What’s the displacement of a Suzuki GSX R?

After a several year break a new big-bore GSX-R was offered. In place of the unique 1100cc displacement of the old model a more standard displacement of 1000cc was produced. (This aligned better with some racing series.)

What was the weight of the 1996 Suzuki GSX-R?

The 1996 GSX-R was a return to the original formula, with an emphasis on light weight, not just raw power. Weight was back down to an impressive 394 lbs. Even though later models also used the Suzuki Ram Air Direct system, GSX-R’s from 1996-1999 became known as the SRAD models.

What kind of engine does a Suzuki GSXR 1000 have?

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When did the Suzuki GSX R1000 come out?

In 2001, Suzuki replaced its largest and most powerful racing replica, the GSX-R1100, with a smaller, new model named GSX-R1000. As the model name reveals, the engine’s cylinder capacity was 100 cc smaller than the model it replaced but it was the most appropriate for Suzuki to line up with the rest of the Japanese manufacturers.