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2021 Suzuki GSX-R750 100th Anniversary Guide

2021 Suzuki GSX-R750 100th Anniversary

2021 Suzuki GSX-R750 100th Anniversary 2021 Suzuki GSX-R750 100th Anniversary

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As Suzuki marks its 100th anniversary as a company in 2020, the new 2021 GSX-R750 100th Anniversary Edition arrives to celebrate the brand’s achievements on the racetrack.

In 1985, Suzuki revolutionized the sportbike category with the introduction of the original GSX-R750. The limited-availability GSX-R750 100th Anniversary Edition also recognizes Suzuki’s 60th year in racing, a milestone celebrated with the MotoGP team’s retro-inspired livery. The MotoGP GSX-RR’s traditional blue and slate silver paint scheme pays homage to Suzuki’s early Grand Prix machines of the 1960s.
On the road or on the track, the GSX-R750 delivers a breathtaking combination of outstanding engine performance, crisp handling, compact size, and light weight. Its secret is an unequaled pairing of 750cc performance with the lightweight, compact chassis of a 600cc Supersport, complemented by technologically advanced suspension front and rear.

The GSX-R750 100th Anniversary Edition remains true to the GSX-R’s original concept and championship-winning heritage, delivering an exciting riding experience in a striking package that respects a century of Suzuki excellence.

That’s why we’ve built you the most advanced, most exciting GSX-R in history, with an aggressive new look to match.

As Suzuki marks its 100th anniversary as a company in 2020, the new 2021 GSX-R1000R 100th Anniversary Edition arrives to celebrate the brand’s achievements on the racetrack.

In 1985, Suzuki revolutionized the sportbike category with the introduction of the original GSX-R750, then rewarded enthusiasts and racers in 2001 with the original GSX-R1000. Now, the limited-availability GSX-R1000R 100th Anniversary Edition also recognizes Suzuki’s 60th year in racing, a milestone celebrated with the MotoGP team’s retro-inspired livery. The MotoGP GSX-RR’s traditional blue and slate silver paint scheme pays homage to Suzuki’s early Grand Prix machines of the 1960s.

At the pinnacle of the GSX-R family of ultra-high performance motorcycles, the GSX-R1000R’s versatile engine provides class-leading power that is delivered smoothly and controllably across a broad rpm range. The compact chassis delivers nimble handling with excellent suspension feel and braking control, ready to conquer a racetrack or cruise a country road. Advanced electronic rider aids enhance the riding experience while the distinctive, aerodynamic GSX-R bodywork slices through the wind.

The GSX-R1000R 100th Anniversary Edition has an unmatched combination of reliability, durability, usability, and overall performance with excellent racing potential in a striking package that respects a century of Suzuki excellence.

 

It wasn’t by accident that the original GSX-R750 redefined the high-performance Supersport and shocked the motorcycle world when it was introduced in 1985.

It was a product of integrated design, a talented group of Suzuki chassis, engine and electrical engineers making history by working together to build a more compact and lighter 750cm Supersport.

With an unmatched combination of excellent throttle response, linear power delivery, strong braking, confident handling and class-leading power-to-weight ratio, it was the closest a mass-production four-stroke, four-cylinder streetbike had ever come to being a racebike with lights.

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.

The GSX-R750 and GSX-R600 models both feature completely chassis designs, each based on a more compact, lighter twin-spar aluminum frame with a 15 mm shorter wheelbase.

The GSX-R750’s wheelbase is 1,390 mm while the GSX-R600’s wheelbase measures 1,385 mm.

For both models, 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 reposition their weight while on the racetrack and also improve comfort on longer highway rides.

ENGINE DESIGN
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 and the GSX-R600 system 1,700 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.

The crankcases carry a six-speed close-ratio transmission with vertically staggered shafts, to reduce overall engine length, and a back-torque-limiting clutch.

The GSX-R600’s revised close-ratio six-speed transmission features a taller first-gear ratio and shorter ratios for 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th gear, making it easier for a racer to get a good start and also improving straight-line acceleration and drive out of corners.

The overall combined weight of the transmission gearsets is reduced. The race-proven ramp-and-cam design of the back-torque-limiting clutch reduces pressure on the plates during deceleration, producing smoother downshifting and corner entry and allowing the track rider to concentrate on braking and cornering.

The GSX-R600 uses lighter, more durable forged pistons designed with the same Finite Element Method (FEM) and fatigue analysis technology used to develop MotoGP racing engines. Shorter and narrower skirts, narrower wrist pin bosses and shorter wrist pins help make each piston assembly 78 grams lighter. The lighter piston assembly translates into less reciprocating weight, reducing mechanical losses while improving throttle response, acceleration and engine output reaching the rear wheel.

Each GSX-R750 cylinder’s two intake valves measure 29.0 mm in diameter while the two exhaust valves measure 23.0 mm in diameter. The redesigned intake valves are each 0.6 gram lighter thanks to the stronger titanium alloy and reshaped valve heads.

The GSX-R600’s titanium intake valves measure 27.2 mm in diameter, while the titanium exhaust valves measure 22.0 mm in diameter. The camshaft profiles produce a more aggressive valve-lift curve to improve throttle response, mid-rpm torque and peak engine output while also preventing valve spring surge at high rpm. The cam profiles were designed using advanced technology developed by Suzuki engineers working on ultra-high-revving MotoGP racing engines. The GSX-R600 is the first production Suzuki motorcycle to benefit from this proven MotoGP racing technology.

On the racetrack, that translates to better drives out of corners and higher top speeds. On the street, it means that the GSX-R600 doesn’t have to be revved as much to accelerate briskly away from a stop.

Both GSX-Rs feature a repositioned engine management computer (also known as the Engine Control Module, or ECM) to allow the wiring harness to be simplified and made lighter.

The ECM operates a state-of-the-art Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) closed-loop fuel injection system, an advanced ignition system and several emission control systems, producing better throttle response, smoother power delivery, improved mileage and reduced emissions.

RACING SUSPENSION

For both models, 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 reposition their weight while on the racetrack and also improve comfort on longer highway rides.

The advanced BPF design eliminates the separate internal cartridge assembly inserted into each fork leg and instead uses a single, 37.6 mm piston riding against the inside wall of the 41 mm inner fork tube. The larger BPF piston and valving shims produce more effective, more accurate and more linear damping performance. The more controlled compression damping is especially noticeable during hard braking and at corner entry, delivering better feedback to the rider.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021 Suzuki GSX-R750 100th Anniversary Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

The GSX-R750 was born and raised on the racetrack, and for 2021 that styling features a metallic blue and silver paint scheme that celebrates Suzuki’s 100th anniversary. This anniversary scheme includes graphics that honor Suzuki’s long standing commitment to racing.

The GSX-R750’s fuel-injected, 750cc, four-cylinder engine powers a balanced sportbike experience. This engine pulls strong off the bottom like a larger-displacement powerplant while it builds revs like a smaller mill – it’s the best of both worlds.

The Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) lets the rider adjust the engine’s power delivery to suit the riding conditions.

The twin-spar aluminum frame effectively connects the steering head with the swingarm pivot portion of the chassis in a way that balances light weight and strength. The engine is suspended below the frame to keep mass low and the wheelbase short to promote nimble handling.

The Showa Big Piston Front Fork (BPF) and remote reservoir rear shock absorber are fully adjustable to deliver exceptional handling.

Twin Brembo Monobloc, radially mounted front brake calipers grasp fully floating stainless steel brake rotors to deliver strong stopping power.

 

Suzuki has announced a new GSX-R series of models that will go on sale in a number of Suzuki markets worldwide to celebrate the firm’s 100th Anniversary.

The flagship superbike sports the same retro-inspired livery as the GSX-RR MotoGP machine, with the traditional blue and slate silver colour scheme paying homage to Suzuki’s early Grand Prix machines of the 1960s.

The GSX-R1000 – which has won races and championships in the UK, the USA and Australia, plus the Senior TT on the Isle of Man following its launch – also shares more than just paint with the GP racer, and utilises the same variable valve timing system to boost both torque and peak power. It also gets a comprehensive suite of electronics, which includes 10 traction control modes, a quickshifter and auto-blipper, launch control, and lean angle-sensitive ABS.

2020 marks 100 years since the inception of the Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Co. The firm began the production of motorcycles in 1952 with the launch of the Power Free, and two years later changed its name to Suzuki Motor Co. Ltd. Since then it has gone on to produce some of the most iconic motorcycles of the 20th and 21st century, including the complete GSX-R series – most notably the genre-defining 1985 GSX-R750F and the 2001 GSX-R1000 K1 – the GT750, GSX1100S Katana, and RGV250.

 

 

 

 

2021 Suzuki GSX-R750 100th Anniversary Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

Engine Features
Compact, 750cc, four-cylinder engine with a race-proven over-square bore/stroke ratio produces remarkably strong high rpm power delivery.

The energy-efficient engine employs forged pistons, shot-peened connecting rods, chrome-nitride-coated upper compression and oil control rings, and pentagonal ventilation holes to reduce frictional and mechanical losses.

Lightweight titanium alloy valves are controlled by single-coil valve springs to reduce valve-train mass, reducing mechanical losses at high rpm.

Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel injection uses eight fine-spray eight-hole injectors for improved fuel atomization, which contributes to more complete combustion.

An Engine Control Module (ECM) provides state-of-the-art engine management and has enhanced settings to suit the intake and exhaust systems, resulting in better fuel economy and linear throttle response.

Advanced MotoGP-developed transistorized ignition control programming helps maintain more precise spark timing across the range of engine speed and temperature.

Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) offers push-button selection of two racing-developed engine control maps to suit road or track conditions and personal tastes.

Four-into-one stainless steel exhaust system with a titanium muffler is fitted with a Suzuki Exhaust Tuning (SET) valve that maximizes torque and improves throttle response, especially in the low- to mid-rpm range.

The close-ratio six-speed transmission features a taller first-gear ratio and shorter ratios for second, third, fourth, and sixth gear, making it easier for a racer to get a good start while improving straight-line acceleration and drive out of corners.

Race-proven back-torque-limiting clutch contributes to smoother downshifting and corner entry.

 

Chassis Features
Lightweight and compact twin-spar aluminum alloy frame is constructed of five cast sections to produce a balance of light weight and strength.

The frame is mated with a cast aluminum swingarm and multi-piece rear sub-frame that’s ready for racetrack use.

Race-developed, lightweight Showa Big Piston Front Fork (BPF) delivers superb feedback and consistent performance.

Single Showa rear shock features externally adjustable rebound and compression damping, along with adjustable ride height.

Electronically controlled steering damper provides lighter steering at slower speeds and more damping force at racetrack and highway speeds.

Front brakes with fully floating 310mm discs are grasped by radial-mount, four-piston Brembo Monobloc calipers.

Three-spoke cast aluminum alloy wheels are shod with lightweight, high-grip front and rear tires for sharp handling.

Three-way adjustable foot pegs, adjustable shift lever, and short fuel tank help compose a comfortable riding position that permits the rider movement required for performance riding.

Compact, lightweight instrument cluster with a built-in lap timer/stopwatch and programmable engine rpm indicators to alert the rider to certain shift points.

Trim, simple, and lightweight bodywork creates an exciting, aerodynamic style that truly works well at speed.

Distinctive multi-reflector headlight with vertically stacked high- and low-beam halogen bulbs is centered between position lights on each side.

Bright, durable LED tail light, with clear lens.

The front turn signal are integrated into the rearview mirrors while the rear tail section houses the rear signals.

The lightweight instruments also include an analog tachometer and LCD readouts that show speed, odometer, dual trip meter, reserve trip meter, clock, coolant temperature/oil pressure indicator, S-DMS, and gear position indicators.

Attention to rider comfort and confidence includes a carefully shaped seat with a high-grip cover.

The wheel rims have pin stripes punctuated by “R” logos that highlight the bike’s identity.

 

Additional Features
Stylized Suzuki logos and emblems on the fuel tank and the fork upper bracket denotes the quality, sophistication, and performance legacy of the brand.

Optional single seat cowl can replace the passenger seat for an even more aggressive look or for use on solo rides or track days.

A variety of Genuine Suzuki Accessories for GSX-R owners are available, including a large selection of Suzuki logo apparel.

12-month limited warranty. Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP).

 

 

 

 

 

2021 Suzuki GSX-R750 100th Anniversary – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $ 12,699 USD
Canada MSRP Price: $ CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £16999 GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)
Engine
Engine 750cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder, DOHC
Bore x Stroke 70.0 mm x 48.7 mm (2.756 in. x 1.917 in.)
Compression Ratio 12.5:1
Fuel System Fuel injection with SDTV
Starter Electric
Lubrication Wet sump
Drivetrain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate type
Transmission 6-speed constant mesh
Final Drive Chain, RK525ROZ5Y, 116 links
Chassis
Suspension Front Inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Suspension Rear Link type, single shock, coil spring, oil damped
Brakes Front Brembo, 4-piston, twin disc
Brakes Rear Nissin, 1-piston, single disc
Tires Front 120/70ZR17M/C (58W), tubeless
Tires Rear 180/55ZR17M/C (73W), tubeless
Fuel Tank Capacity 17.0 L (4.5 US gal.) / 16.0 L (4.2 US gal.) CA model
Color Metallic Triton Blue / Metallic Mystic Silver
Electrical
Ignition Electronic ignition (transistorized)
Spark Plugs NGK CR9EIA-9 or DENSO IU27D
Headlight 12V 65W (H9 high-beam) and 12V 55W (H7 low-beam)
Tail Light LED
Dimensions and Curb Weight
Overall Length 2030 mm (79.9 in.)
Overall Width 710 mm (28.0 in.)
Wheelbase 1135 mm (44.7 in.)
Wheelbase 1390 mm (54.7 in.)
Ground Clearance 130 mm (5.1 in.)
Seat Height 810 mm (31.9 in.)
Curb Weight 190 kg (419 lb.)
Warranty
Warranty 12 month unlimited mileage limited warranty
Extension Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP).

 

 

 

 

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