2012 GSX-R 1000 Test Drive

Suzuki has pulled the covers off of its 2012 GSX-R1000, and the bike brings a smattering of mechanical improvements to an already capable platform. All told, the machine is just under 4.5 pounds lighter than last year. Part of that savings comes from specially-developed pistons that are 11 percent lighter than those found in the previous-generation GSX-R1000. Suzuki says the components were developed using technology borrowed from its MotoGP efforts. The same goes for the engine tappets, which are 2.5 grams lighter than the old pieces. The new hardware means that the 2012 GSX-R1000 can use a revised exhaust cam profile for reduced valve overlap.

The basic architecture of the liquid-cooled Inline Four, including bore/stroke measurements and capacity remain unchanged. What has changed is the operating efficiency and overall responsiveness through a combination of mechanical and electronic revisions.

New Suzuki GSX-R1000 keep using Final Drive: Chain, DID50VAZ, 114 links and is supported by 6-Speed Constan Mesh Transmission System. Acceleration Suzuki GSX-R1000 is very fast because it is supported with a high compression which is equipped with fuel injection and ignition system Electronic With Transistorized. While construction 999 cc engine in 2012 Suzuki GSX-R1000 will not be much different from the construction engine in 2011. Because of 2011 engine construction is pretty good and optimized to improve engine performance when driven at high speed.
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