The middle child – Suzuki’s lineup of amazing sportbikes already contains a 600, a 1000, and of course, the legendary 1340cc Hayabusa, so what’s so special about the 2023 GSX-R750? Everything. This bike is an insane machine that is equally as capable on a race track as it is on a downtown street or a curving mountain road. The GSX-R750 has been breaking the mould since its introduction to the market in 1985, and there are no signs of it stopping just yet.
Everybody knows the GSX-R line of Japanese sportbikes – timeless styling, meticulous engineering, and a whole lot of fun. The 2023 GSX-R750 is no different – at the heart of this machine is a 750cc inline-four designed with the sole intention of dominating the competition, and it may do just that. The four-cylinder engine pumps out power to the tune of 148hp and 64 lb-ft of torque. Cradling that powerplant is a twin-spar aluminum frame. This bike weighs in at 419 lbs (190kg) – for reference, that’s only 7 lbs (3.1kg) heavier than the 2023 GSX-R600, which produces 104hp. It goes without saying that this is an insane package.
This bike’s racing intention is made obvious by the inclusion of high-end parts like SHOWA front and rear suspension and a Brembo braking setup. Adjustable foot pegs & shift lever are just some of the ways that this bike makes it easy for riders to tailor it to themselves. Additionally, the bike comes standard with the Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS), which allows the rider to fine-tune power output according to the riding conditions ahead.
In order to honor Suzuki’s racing history, the GSX-R750 can be purchased in a GSX-R750Z package which adds a MotoGP-inspired livery to the bike for an additional $100. Aside from the Z package, the bike is offered in a pair of two-tone color options – Pearl Brilliant White/Metallic Matte Stellar Blue or Glass Sparkle Black/Glass Matte Mechanical Gray. In Canada, the bike is only available in the Black/Gray color scheme or the Z livery.
The 2023 Suzuki GSX-R750 starts at $12,849 USD / $13,899 CAD.
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Combustion efficiency is a measure of how completely an engine burns its fuel. Better combustion efficiency can increase power and torque output across the rpm range; improve throttle response, acceleration and fuel mileage; and reduce emissions. Mechanical efficiency is a measure of how much of the power and torque produced by an engine actually reaches the rear wheel.
Reducing mechanical losses by minimizing internal engine friction, reducing the weight of reciprocating internal parts and relieving crankcase pressure can increase mechanical efficiency, putting more of an engine’s output to use actually moving and accelerating the motorcycle and also improving fuel mileage and reducing emissions.
A LIGHTER, MORE COMPACT CHASSIS
The GSX-R750 features a complete chassis design based on a more compact, lighter twin-spar aluminum frame with a 15 mm shorter wheelbase totaling 1,390 mm.
The shorter wheelbase better centers the combined machine/rider mass between the wheels, improving racetrack cornering and also shortening the reach between the seat and the handlebars. The shorter reach and slightly wider handlebar angle make it easier for the rider to re-position their weight while on the racetrack and also improve comfort on longer highway rides.
The four-into-one stainless-steel exhaust system features four individual head pipes and a single collector. The mid-pipe located between the collector and the under-engine exhaust chamber carries a Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (SET) servo-controlled butterfly valve to match exhaust system back-pressure to engine rpm, throttle position and gear position, maximizing torque and improving throttle response, especially in the low-to-mid rpm range. The exhaust chamber leads to stainless-steel S-bend pipe and a titanium muffler shaped and positioned to enhance cornering clearance and improve aerodynamics. A reduction in pipe wall thickness and a smaller, more efficient exhaust chamber and muffler combine to make the GSX-R750 system 1,100 grams lighter. A slightly larger-diameter radiator fan mounted on the efficient, trapezoidal, curved radiator turns on and off based on coolant temperature and improves cooling performance.
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