The new GSX-R1000 boasts an all-new engine and chassis, that uses technologies taken directly from Suzuki’s GSX-RR MotoGP racer, including a mechanical variable valve timing system that increases torque and low to midrange output, while also delivering high top end power. It also features a 10-mode traction control system, controlled by an inertial measurement unit (IMU). The GSX-R1000R also gets a quick-shifter and auto-blipper, launch control, cornering ABS, and Showa’s high-spec balance free suspension.
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