Gsx-r600?

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by trayfoe, Jun 19, 2002.

  1. trayfoe

    trayfoe Guest

    Is there a lot of size diffrence between the 600 and the 750? I can't find a 600 around my town at any of the shops but they have plenty of 750's. I am looking for my first bike and the 750 just looks so much bigger than others (my buddy has a 00 CBR600 and it fits me well) Thanks for the info, also would anyone know of some good forums for streetbikes?
     
  2. Sexy_Sweet16

    Sexy_Sweet16 Guest

    http://www.sportbikes.net
    http://www.gixxer.com
    http://www.sportsbikerider.com
    http://www.suzuki.com
    http://www.motorcycleforums.net
    theres just a few.Have fun browsing and I hope you find what your looking for.heres a list of everything I found on the 2001 gsxr-600 and 750 =) (copied from another forum)



    2001 Suzuki GSX-R600
    Engine Type Four stroke, 4 cylinder, DOHC, liquid cooled
    Displacement 599cc
    Bore & Stroke 57.0 x 42.5 mm
    Compression Ratio 12.2:1
    Carburetor Mikuni BDSR36, four
    Lubrication Wet Sump
    Ignition Electronic
    Starter Electric
    Transmission 6-speed, constant mesh
    Final Drive Chain 108links
    Overall Length 2065mm (81.3 in)
    Overall Width 720mm (28.3 in)
    Overall Height 1165mm (45.9 in)
    Seat Height 830mm (32.7 in)
    Wheelbase 1385 (54.5 in)
    Ground Clearance 130mm (5.1 in)
    Dry Weight 174kg (383 lbs)
    Suspension (Front) Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped, adjustable spring preload fully adjustable
    Suspension (Rear) Link type, coil spring oil damped, adjustable spring preload fully adjustable
    Brakes Front-Hydraulic twin disc, Rear- Hydraulic, disc
    Tires Front - 120/70 ZR17 (58W), Rear - 180/55 ZR17 (73W)
    Fuel Tank Capacity 18.0L (4.0 Imp gal)
    Color Blue/white, Yellow/black


    2001 Suzuki GSX-R750
    Engine Type Four stroke, 4 cylinder inline, DOHC, liquid cooled
    Displacement 749cc
    Bore & Stroke 72.0 x 46.0mm
    Compression Ratio 12.0:1
    Carburetor Fuel Injection 42mm
    Lubrication Wet Sump
    Clutch Hydraulic
    Ignition Digital electronic (Full Tr)
    Starter Electric
    Transmission 6-speed constant mesh
    Primary Drive Ratio 78/42 (1.857:1)
    Final Drive Ratio 42/17 (2.170:1)
    Overall Length 2040mm (80.3 in)
    Frame Type Twin spar (aluminum alloy)
    Rake/Trail 24.1 degrees/94.1mm (3.7 inches)
    Overall Width 717mm (44.6 in)
    Overall Height 1134mm (55.5 in)
    Seat Height 829mm (32.6 in)
    Wheelbase 1410mm (55.5 in)
    Ground Clearance 130mm (5.1 in)
    Dry Weight 166kg (366 lbs)
    Suspension (Front) 43mm Showa (inverted, inner cartridge) fully adjustable rebound/compression damping, 15mm range spring preload
    Suspension (Rear) Swingarm, progressive linkage fully adjustable rebound/compression damping, 10mm range spring preload
    Wheels Front 3.50 x 17 inches, cast aluminum alloy
    Wheels Rear 5.50 x 17 inches, cast aluminum alloy
    Brakes Front 4 piston calipers, 320mm dual discs
    Brakes Rear Twin piston caliper, 220mm disc
    Tires Front 120/70 ZR17
    Tires Rear 180/55 ZR17
    Fuel Tank Capacity 18.0L (4.0 imp gal)
    Color Blue/white, Yellow/black
     
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  3. trayfoe

    trayfoe Guest

    Thanks a lot man!
     
  4. Sexy_Sweet16

    Sexy_Sweet16 Guest

    hey no prob :) oh yeah and its "thanks alot Ma'am" hehe.wait no...man is better then ma'am I take it back lol
     
  5. glacius

    glacius New Member

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    uhhh dont get a 750 as your first bike, especially a gsx-r
     
  6. trayfoe

    trayfoe Guest

    Yeah, I already had a talk with some people on sportbike.net and am not going with my original plan for a bike, I am going with a 95 kawasaki ZX6R or something close to it. I have found some for 4k and am going to start there.
     

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