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A Japanese made bike, the Suzuki GSX-R750 has been in production since 1985. The 2006 model (pictured) has a 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine 749 cc engine with a top speed of 170 mph (274 km/h).
The GSX-R750 is a successful line for Suzuki, they have been in production since 1985, and have had many revisions over the years. It's considered to be the one of first of the modern racer-replicas with many race-derived technologies.
The 2006 model was a redesign year for the GSX-R750 and was lighter in weight than ever. A New frame, swing arm and motor. The stroke was increased and transmission is now stacked. The rotors went from 300 mm to 310 mm. Modifications compared to previous models included all new compact and lightweight 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine designed to give a weight reduction, a re-designed cylinder head with narrower valve angles creating a more compact combustion chamber design. Large intake and exhaust ports for improved efficiency and high power outputs. Lightweight titanium valves with steel alloy springs and aluminum spring retainers operated by thin-wall hollow camshafts to reduce weight and inertia. Like most modern sports bikes, there are no mudguards on the Suzuki GSX-R750, so mud and debris will be flung over the engine, downpipes and all around the rear end.
For the spectacular riding experience it delivers, you have to give the Suzuki GSX-R750 full credit. It demolishes 600cc's on track and if you are a great rider you'll be claiming a few 1000cc scalps too. It does all you can expect and more, plus it looks a million times slicker, sexier, than the Suzuki GSX-R750's of just a few years back.