GSX-R 600 04-05 - We offer you the best carbon and fiberglass accessories for your motorcycle
Produced since 1992, the GSX-R 600 1992/5000(like the 750 and 1000) has been profoundly modified since 2000: the K1, K2 and K3 models are the first 600 of their generation to abandon carburetors in favor of electronic injection, benefiting from a considerable increase in performance and a reduction in consumption; important changes are also made to the chassis, and in addition to the classic blue / white, red / black and gray / black colors, it is offered in the Telefonica Movistar and Alstare Corona liveries. The peculiar characteristics of this motorcycle are the lightness, agility and stability in curves, conferred by the double aluminum beam frame, as well as a particularly brilliant drive torque compared to the competitors of the time (Yamaha R6, Kawasaki ZX6-R and Honda CBR). For this reason, the GSX-R K1 has enjoyed the fame of a small sports car feared even by motorcycles equipped with more horses and greater cubic capacity. The quiet delivery made it a motorcycle accessible to all, ideal for inexperienced or less experienced riders. The "rounded" fairing, able to offer efficient aerodynamic shelter to the pilot, represents a reversal of the trend compared to the competitors, who instead had more "angular" hulls. The 0-100 km / h occurs in less than 3.5 seconds and reaches 270 km / h. Even after the heavy aesthetic restyling carried out in 2007, it remains a very popular motorbike due to its proverbial mechanical reliability, combined with an electronics that was initially problematic but promptly optimized by the company already in the first months of warranty launch. Launched in 1985, the GSX-R 750 was born with an engine with mixed air and oil cooling (SACS) equipped with 106 HP of power delivered at 10,500 rpm, and a dry weight of 179 kg. After the restyling of 2000, which brought the same advantages as on the 600 cm³, we arrived at the current model (produced from 2008) with 150 HP and a weight of about 200 kg in running order. (See information on Wikipedia)
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