Suzuki GSX-R750 is one of the longest running superbikes available today, and it has gained a legendary reputation over the years. From the first GSX-R750, introduced in 1985, to the current 2002 model, there have been seven major updates, and many more minor changes. motorcycle fairings In the process, power has gone up from an optimistic 75kW (lOObhp) in 1985 to 105kW (141bhp) in 2000 and weight went up from 176kg (3881b) to 208kg (4581b) in 1992 before coming back down to 166kg (3661b) in 2000.
The 2002 model, along with the Suzuki GSX-R600 and GSX-R1000, forms the most complete family of track-biased sporting machines available. Its on-paper statistics are startling - it weighs just 166kg (3661b), yet produces over 105kW (140bhp). The sharp, race-replica bodywork is wrapped around a taut, stiff aluminium twin-spar frame, with fully adjustable race suspension at either end.