7th Generation Suzuki GSX

7th Generation Suzuki GSX

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Brake rotors went from 300mm to 310mm.New Engine All new compact lightweight 4 stroke, 4 cylinder, liquid cooled engine designed for overall weight reduction, optimum combustion efficiency and power deliveryRe designed cylinder head with narrower valve angles creating a more compact combustion chamber design, higher 12.5:1 compression ratio, large intake and exhaust ports for improved intake and exhaust efficiency and high power outputValve bucket diameters are increased to work with more aggressive camshaftsLightweight titanium valves with steel alloy springs and aluminum spring retainers operated by thin wall hollow camshafts to reduce weight and inertiaLightweight forged aluminum alloy pistons with short skirts, kawasaki ninja 250 fairing cut away sides and an anti friction surface finish along with shotpeened chrome moly steel connecting rods for improved strengthOne piece cylinder block and upper crankcase section is equipped with larger 39mm ventilation holes between cylinders to reduce crankcase pressure and mechanical lossTapered, larger 50mm double barrel throttle body design features Suzuki’s SDTV throttle valve system, plus twin multi hole type injectors per cylinder for optimum performance and throttle responseCrankshaft features forged steel construction and a new secondary balancer shaft for reduced vibration at high rpm.Crankshaft and transmission shaft positions are revised to create a more compact engine design and the engine itself is rotated slightly forward in the chassis allowing for straighter and shorter intake and exhaust portsNew back torque limiting clutch allows smoother downshifts and works in conjunction with an updated six speed transmission with revised internal gear ratios and updated shift forksInnovative new Suzuki Advanced Exhaust System (SAES) with new under engine muffler layout and Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (SET) system for improved mass centralization, superior aerodynamics, and improved low to mid range performanceHigh capacity large trapezoidal shaped radiator provide efficient engine cooling includes compact cooling fan assembly designed for improved air flowA new Idle Speed Control (ISC) system improves cold starting and stabilizes engine idle speed in a variety of conditionsSRAD ( Suzuki Ram Air Direct) force feeds cool, pressurized air into the airbox at highway speeds, improving engine efficiency and throttle responseNew Chassis All new ultra lightweight frame is built entirely of aluminum alloy castings and is engineered to deliver optimum rigidity, unmatched accuracy and maximum cornering performanceNew aluminum alloy braced swingarm features increased rigidity, a larger 25mm swingarm pivot and is now 38mm longer for improved rider feel and better rear wheel tractionRM Z450 inspired new rear suspension linkage utilizes a forged aluminum alloy link and a forged aluminum link rod that reduces side loads and helps the rear shock absorber move in a smooth arcNew inverted 41mm Showa cartridge front forks are fully adjustable for spring preload, compression damping, motorcycle fairings for sale and rebound dampingShowa rear shock absorber with a 46mm piston and larger 16mm rod moves the same amount of oil despite a shorter stroke and provides adjustable rebound damping, compression damping and preload settingsNew larger 310mm brake discs work with radial mount calipers and radial front brake master cylinder. A new rear brake caliper is 100 grams lighter

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