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2011 Suzuki GSV-R Review

Bikes are a hero in the final MotoGP Suzuki sebeda relatively no change from previous versions. This is because the bike MotoGP Suzuki GSV-R is still looking stiff and looks very solid. But this is a very contradictory statement from Paul Denning, Manager-Suzuki Rizla Suzuki GSV-R-2011 has been amended, modified and optimized for the MotoGP 2011 season. And the Suzuki GSV-R as well as single excellence in the arena of MotoGP. With a color that has a combination of blue and yellow that are characteristic of the Rizla Suzuki Chas. Now the man who became a manufacturer in England has always done the development of machines with the latest technology from Suzuki. The new engine is claimed to have the horsepower, drivebility, better endurance. In addition to improvements in acceleration, especially when exiting slow corners.

Suzuki GSV-R

Suzuki GSV-R


To complete the specifications for improved engine, Suzuki GSV-R engineers have also improved factory performance chassis, significant advances in the rigidity balance of the frame and the swingarm and the geometry is optimized balance the weight of the machine last season. These changes in the chassis has been paired with the most advanced software to the ECU in a Suzuki Grand Prix machine, to Baptist traction and precise wheel control without losing control of the machine directly or power, adding to the versatility of the Suzuki GSV-R in all conditions.
The 2011 Rizla Suzuki GSV-R also includes a review of Troy Lee Designs inspired décor, incorporating a new logo and dynamic contemporary Rizla will start for Rizla Suzuki MotoGP. The 2011 Rizla Suzuki GSV-R will make its official debut at the end of this weekend’s pre-season in Qatar, before making his race debut.

Suzuki GSV-R

Suzuki GSV-R

Specification Suzuki GSV-R

Engine and transmission
Engine type: 4-cylinder 4-stroke V4
Displacement: 800 cc (48.88 cubic inches)
Cooling System: Air Cooled
Power: 225.02 HP (165.5 kW) at 18,000 rpm
Throttle: cable operators
Valve train: DOHC, variable not
Valves per cylinder: 4
Fuel and ignition
Sparks per cylinder: 1
Fuel supply system: Fuel injection
Ignition Type: CDI Digital
Engine mounting: transverse
Lubrication system: Wet sump
Gearbox: Manual 6-speed
Clutch: Wet disc, manifold, cable operated
Final drive: chain
Starter: Electric

Physical measures
Length: 2080 mm
Width: 660 mm
Height: 1150 mm
Empty weight: 150 kg
Chassis and suspension
Frame Type: Aluminum, double mast
Suspension: Cartridge – backwards
Brake: dual disc
Suspension: Mono shock, swingarm
Brakes: Disc
Power-to-weight ratio: 1.10 hp / kg (0.91 kg / hp)
Maximum speed: 330 kmh
Fuel capacity: 21 L

2011 Suzuki GSV-R

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