The best performance in its class, the Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011
A lightweight chassis with a compact distance between axles and suspension developed in the competition.
The new Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011 uses forged pistons lighter and longer lasting designed by the same FEM (Finite Element Method) and fatigue analysis technology employees to develop MotoGP racing engines. Shorter and narrower skirts, narrower bolt accommodations and shorter bolts help to ensure that each piston is 78 grams lighter. This greater lightness of the piston is translated into the corresponding lower weight, while reducing mechanical losses is improved throttle response, acceleration and the output delivered to the rear wheel.
Intake valves titanium Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011 27.2 mm diameter measured while the exhaust valves titanium 22.0 mm diameter measured. New camshaft profiles provide a valve lift curve to improve throttle response, torque halfway rpm and maximum power while also preventing the valve spring exertion at high rpm. The cam profiles are designed using advanced technology developed by Suzuki engineers in ultra revving MotoGP racing engines.
The Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011 is the first production motorcycle that benefits from this technology derived from MotoGP competition.
Track in this translates into better output angles and higher top speed. On the street, it means the Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011 does not have to be revolutionized both in accelerating briskly from standstill.
For the first time, the Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011 comes with the revolutionary inverted front suspension system BPF (Big Piston Front-fork) developed at Showa competition. Conventional front forks use a cartridge closed mounted inside the bar and are on each side incorporating a piston 20 to control the damping mm.
The new Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011 comes equipped with fully floating brake discs 310mm front and new monobloc Brembo 4-piston radial-mount. 32 mm pistons Tong are willing to promote a uniform pad wear by hanging compensation piston relative to the center of the tablet. The monobloc design of new calipers makes them lighter and more rigid construction and increased piston area, improve braking performance by providing a more consistent and better feel at the lever operation.
The new, more compact and lightweight instrumentation installed on the Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011is now equipped as standard with an integrated push lap times by a sequential timer and programmable indicator rpm motor. These two new facilities can be very useful in batches or during racing track for amateurs.
The new Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011 equips a fascinating design even more aerodynamic body and more compact. The development in the wind tunnel body of this new model was made with the pilot in place as a motorcycle fails to move very far or very well without the pilot. Work in this area has been completed bringing one new GSX-R smaller, simpler and lighter body without any loss of aerodynamic efficiency.
Specifications Suzuki GSX-R 600 2011
Metallic Triton Blue / White Marbled Glass (GLR)
Matte Black Metallic 2 / Pearl Mirage White (JDT)
Black Shiny Glaze (YVB)
Overall length: 2,030 mm
Wheelbase: 1,385 mm
Overall width: 710 mm
Seat height: 810 mm
Overall height: 1,135 mm
Fuel tank: 17 l
Kerb Weight: 187 kg
* Includes gasoline, lubricants, coolant, battery fluid and all standard equipment for normal use of the vehicle (tools included).
Engine Type: 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC
Bore x stroke: 70.0 x 48.7 mm
Displacement: 599 cc
Ignition: Electronic CDI Digital
Transmission: 6-speed constant Shot
Compression ratio: 12.9: 1
Power: Electronic injection
Starting system: Electric
Change: 6 speed takes constant
Transmission system: For string
Front suspension: Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damping
Rear suspension: Link type, coil spring, oil damping
Front brakes: Double disc
Rear brake: Single disc
Front tire: 120 / 70ZR-17M / C (58W)
Rear Tire Size: 180 / 55ZR-17M / C (73W)
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