Suzuki constructs a nude GSXR1000

There's no denying it is been a very long time coming, but eventually Suzuki has given us what we all have been requesting - a nude GSXR1000. But, together with the new GSX S1000

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The very first question on everyone's lips about the GSX S is how closely it's related to a GSX-R. Up to now so great, and with a promised 146hp on faucet that is a bright beginning. The engine is housed within a completely new aluminium beam chassis, which seems sporty and fine, and then matched to inverted forks with optional ABS and radial Brembo calipers. And, speaking of electronic equipment, the GSX S comes with a 3-way traction control system, which can be turned off. On paper you've got to say their assignments has been done by Suzuki, but does the ride impress, book a test drive ?

On the cash

The very first thing that hits you about the GSX S is its sound. The standard, road legal exhaust has a rasp that is wonderful and it is a far cry from the Japanese roadsters that are dull. The styling is very daring without being overly garish or plastic-brilliant.
Once on the go the GSX S's driving position is bang on for a sports nude and I enjoy the fact it has been given a suitable group of manly Renthal Fatbar pubs by Suzuki. 

Damper feels expensive

I am uncertain what I was anticipating from the GSX S, but using a naked bike I get a lot of wonderful low down grunt. There's an undoubtedly transition from low end to a much more powerful top end as it pertains to power, and it is certainly no slouch.
In an age of sophisticated electronic equipment, I was extremely impressed by the first accelerator S. It is smooth and not what I expected from its outstanding SDTV system and Suzuki. The chassis is, in addition, pretty good.

The traction control system really intuitive. It's adjustable for preload and rebound and, on top of that, you can change the traction control while on the go. I must give it to Suzuki, their traction control interface is superb. Push one button and together with the throttle shut while on the go using the up and down selector buttons you can change modes.

Excellent. As well as the real TC system, activated via wheel speed sensors and although not gyroscopic, is definitely good enough for road use. 

Where does it stand?

The GSX S1000 is one and a truly strong superb nude it's an excellent performer and economical. If you're into superb nakeds then it is good looking, sporty and does have a lot of nature. It is difficult to actually criticise the GSX S as it is a great road bike