2009 Suzuki GSX-R600 : Reviews , Photo and Specification

2009 Suzuki GSX-R600 : Reviews , Photo and Specification

2009 Suzuki GSX-R600 : Reviews , Photo and Specification




That's one big exhaust 2009 Suzuki GSX-R600 .While getting a bit late in the product cycle, Suzuki's GSX-R is still easy to use for all skill-level riders .It still has plenty of power to get the front end light .Though unchanged for '09, the Suzuki's brakes are quite very capable .Suzuki's gear-indicator is a nice touch, though the different power modes just plain aren't needed on a 600 .It may not be new but Atlas was still able to put up the third-fastest time of the Superpole session on the GSX-R - 1:21.03.Bold New Graphics and white wheels highlight the changes for '09. We've got the admit, those white wheels do look goodI believe it's more of a toy of us young computer generation. The bike doesn't make enough power to need. About the only place I would is in the rain, but that's just me. For a beginner rider it may be great. As for how it works, it has variable settings delivery from the ECU which limits the horsepower and its delivery on the B and C modes, while A mode is full steam as well as the standard mode the bike starts up with. If you just turn the key and ride you get A, while B and C have to be selected via a toggle switch on the right handlebar. Putting power to the ground on the Suzuki has never been an issue and most all commended its rider-friendliness, but when it comes to the “exhilaration factor” and sheer speed, the GSX-R is starting to show signs of its age. While it was slightly updated last year, this basic platform has been around since 2005. It still pulled solid dyno numbers (105.15 hp @ 13,000 rpm), but on the track if felt far less exciting than just about everything else. This was also partially echoed during our pilgrimage out to HPCC for performance testing, as it was tied for third in top-speed testing with a 162.22 mph pass as its best. Also, with its very easy-to-use clutch and extremely precise launches it mustered a 11.11 @ 133.74 mph, leaving it tied for third-place in the quarter-mile. While this is favorable, there is no doubt its weight (421.2 lbs.) and bulbous fairing played a major role in holding it back.2009 Suzuki GSX-R600 : Reviews , Photo and Specification

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