The Suzuki GSX-R1100 1992 brings to the open class of production motorcycles an all-around superiority won in successful factory racing actions and proven in a wide range of production endurance racing events.
Powerful, circuit-bred performance features like engine improvements straight out of the factory team’s race shop, rigid inverted front forks and Suzuki’s unique progressive link rear suspension – all cradled within an aluminum-alloy frame and swingarm whose efficiency has been proved with modified racing engines. The Suzuki GSX-R 1100 1992 is another Suzuki success in efficient application of racing technology to street motorcycles. It’s direct-access racing technology in action.
The Suzuki GSX-R 1100 1992, 1127cc, powerhouse features cylinder head designs straight from the factory racers:
Valve seats are smoothly blended with reshaped intake ports for better cylinder charging and higher torque.
Use of lightweight, single rocker arms to open each valve, and use of small shims to adjust valve lash, reduces inertial mass and mechanical losses.
New, double-row ball bearing is used on the transmission output shaft.
New crankcase system sprays a constant stream of oil on the 3rd, 4th and 5th gearsets for better gear lubrication and cooling.
Suzuki Advanced Cooling System (SACS), combined with air cooling, efficiently carries engine heat away to the high-capacity curved Radial Flow cooler.
A new remote choke control lever is conveniently positioned on the left handlebar.
Cool-air induction system routes cool, dense air from the fairing intake to the airbox.
Aluminum-alloy double-cradle frame, together with swingarm reinforced with gussets, features rigidity well proven with modified racing engines.
lnverted front forks have higher rigidity and provide better fork response. Suzukiís unique progressive link rear suspension system is combined with a remote-reservoir rear shock.
Wide aluminum-alloy wheels with hollow spokes carry high-performance 17-inch front and rear radial tires.
310mm front brake discs with surface slotting and floating carrier mounts are mounted, together with 4-piston calipers with staggered piston sizes.
New factory racer-derived, narrower fairing with flush-mounted headlights, along with sidecovers and tailsection, are wind-tunnel refined and provide better aerodynamics.
The motorcycle Suzuki GSX-R 1100 1992 was mechanically the same model version Suzuki GSX-R 1100 1991, but offered more aggressive graphics, consistent with the type of design that was done at the time. They were curious pen strokes and type radical. It was also the last year of oil-cooled engines.
Suzuki GSX-R1100 1992 Specifications
Colors Pearl Suzuki Deep Blue / Pearl Still White (L99) Pearl Novelty Black / Traditional Silver Metallic (3WC) Pearl Novelty Black / Marble Italian Red (M01)
Dimensions and curb weight Overall length: 2.090mm (82.3in) Overall width: 755 mm (29.7 in) Overall height: 1,150 mm (45.3 in) Battle: 1.465mm (57.7in) Ground clearance: 120 mm (4.7 in) Seat height: 795 mm (31.3 in) Empty weight: 226kg (498lbs)
Engine Engine Type: 4 stroke, air cooling with SACS, DOHC, TSCC Number of cylinders: 4 cylinders Calibre: 78.0 mm (3.07 in) Stroke: 59 mm (2.32 in) Displacement: 1,127 cc (68.8 cu.in) Compression ratio: 10: 1 Carburetor: 4 x 40mm MIKUNI BST36SS Air filter: polyester fiber element Lubrication system: Wet sump Maximum Power: 145PS (108kW) @ 10000RPM Maximum Torque: 11.6kg-m (114NM) @ 7500RPM Ignition: Suzuki PEI Starting System: Electric