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[Group] SUZUKI GSR 400/600


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http://www.motorcycledaily.com/30september...zuki_gsr600.htm

 

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The 600cc with all the right stuff.

Fully adjustable sus

Unseat exhaust

Front 4 pots calipers

Digital meters

A sweet looking swing arm

GSXR engine...

 

Everytime I see naked 600cc with front 2 pot calipers, only preload adjustable sus and look like 2 metal block swing arm, 600cc naked are one the best choice on ur rds but somehow lack of the "want it" factors and finally SUZUKI have all the great things we always wanted on a 600cc naked....

 

 

Compiled Information for Interested / New Owners of the GSR

400 / 600

 

1. GSR Technical Specs

For GSR600, please refer to:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_GSR600

 

The Wikipedia entry is a project by WildCard and members of the UK GSR forum currently being updated as new information is released.

 

If you wish to contribute, go over here:

 

http://www.suzuki-gsr.co.uk/index.php?topic=2181.0

 

and contribute to the requirements.

Otherwise, you can PM WildCard or any of the GSR riders here on how you wish to help out with this project.

 

 

GSR400

  • Type   BC-GK7DA
  • Total length/full-width/total height 2,090mm/795mm/1,075mm
  • Wheelbase/roadspace 1,435mm/130mm
  • Seat high/dry weight 770mm/185kg
  • Fixed area fuel economy 35.5km/L (60km/h)
  • Minimum turning radius 2.9m
  • Engine type 4 cycles water cooling serial 4 cylinders K719
  • Valve system DOHC 4 valves
  • Total cubic displacement 398cm3
  • Inside diameter ## distance/compression ratio 54.6mm×42.5mm/12.2
  • The highest output 39.0kW [53.0PS] /11,000rpm
  • Largest torque 37N m [3.8kg m] /9,000rpm
  • Fuel feeder Fuel injection system
  • Starting system/ignition system Self system/full transistor system
  • Lubricating system/lube capacity Wet sump system /3.9L
  • Fuel tank capacity 16L
  • Clutch type Wet multiple plate coil springs
  • Transmission type Regular gearing type 6 step return
  • Change gear ratio 1st gear 2.785
  • 2nd gear 2.000
  • 3rd gear 1.600
  • 4th gear 1.363
  • 5 speeds 1.208
  • 6 speeds 1.086
  • Reduction gear ratio (primary/second) 1.926/3.357
  • Frame type Diamond
  • Caster/trail 25°15' /104mm
  • Brake type (before/after) Hydraulic type double disk/hydraulic type disk
  • Tire size (before/after) 120/70ZR17M/C (58W) /180/55ZR17M/C (73W)
  • Steering angle left and right 33°
  • Riding capacity 2 persons

 

 

2. Pricing

For GSR 400 non ABS machine price, it should be between 11k to 12k. Things to take note for OTR will be the road tax(normally 6 months), insurance rate (depending on age and years of riding experience), COE rate(depending on the COE market), IU unit with bracket (depending on the shop), transfer fee if any, 7% GST for your machine and not including insurance, road tax and COE. And of cos how many years of loan you are taking and the interest rate varies from shop to shop.

 

For GSR600, prices range for $15,500 to as much as $17,000 OTR.

ABS version yet to hit Singapore.

 

Ultimately, its the individual effort to ask around the shops for the exact quote that the shop can give. Get a benchmark from there and can start the bargaining session. That will include your machine price, OTR, free gifts or free servicing.

 

3. Running-In

Two methods of running in of bike. Hard and soft. Which one is the best? The owner decide. Simple to say, soft running in is to take the bike for a slow walk, restraint from over revving. Hard running in is to rev the bike to the max for all gears.

 

To get the details of running in, ask the shop for recommendations.

 

Just remember to use mineral oil for the running in.

 

The two quotes below serve as a guide line for running in. Its NOT A STANDARD running chart.

 

Regarding run in for new bike. Basically once a new bike is fully installed in the factory, they will rev the engine until red line for one minute then after that they will send it for shipment.

 

So in conclusion, there will be lots of metal chipping inside your engine. So it is very much advisable to change your Eo after you have clock around 100km. Remember to use the most basic minerals oil for oil change and change oil filter together.

 

1st Oil Change and Oil Filter is around 100km

2nd Oil Change and Oil Filter is around 500km

3rd Oil Change and Oil Filter is around 800km

4th Oil Change and Oil Filter is around 1500km

 

After the fourth oil change, you can use fully syn for your bike.

This is just a guideline for you. Enjoy your ride...

 

from other threads on running in, theirs is as folllows...

 

500km => 50-80km/h (varies your RPM to about 4K-5K), change with mineral and oil filter

1000km => 70-90km/h (varies your RPM to about 5K-6K), change with mineral and oil filter

2000km => 90-occasion above 110km/h , change to semi and oil filter ( at this stage your bike is quite good to go)

5000km => up to you limit, change to fully and oil filter run in done

 

 

For reference using hard run in:

http://www.mototuneusa.com/break_in_secrets.htm

 

Racewerks hard run in package:

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=175663

 

4. Aftermarket Parts

Although GSR is in the market for quite some time, the availability of stock parts and aftermarket parts is not widely and readily available everywhere.

 

 

For exhaust systems, Motoworld will be bringing in for GSR4. ETA, waiting for exhaust enthusiat for more updates. For GSR6, there are quite a number of exhaust available in the market.

 

For cosmetics, Ermax items are available at motoworld, HKL and equipment extreme.

 

For air filters, cotton gauze filters like K&N and BMC, foam filters like pipercross is available.

 

For protectors, the engine guard is available. Sliders from motivation, equipment extreme and shogun are available too.

 

For steel brake lines, HEL, VENHILL, SWAGE lines are available.

 

For paint work protection, there is RACEshield by AR2 Performannce available.

 

 

5. Storage

For those who wanna install cases, Givi and Hepco & Becker is available.

 

For topcase and side panniers, givi and H&B are available in the market.

 

 

6. Brake Parts References

 

BRAKE PADS:

Front:

gs500e

00-03 gsf600n

98-05 gsx600f

05 gsf650

99-05 sv650

98-02 gsx750

04-06 dl650

02-07 dl1000

 

Rear:

06-07 gsxr750

07 gsxr1000

contribution from sikonesis

 

Make it simple, if you are buying the front, ask the shop that the front brakepads are the same for Suzuki GSXR400 & Kawa ZX400R.
contribution from wildcard

 

BRAKE LEVER:

front lever can use Haya cost around S$40, rear one have to go GH cost around S$80.

 

contribution from acesiew

 

S4 Vs GSR400 Comparisons

Its discussed in another thread... please refer below...

 

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=116066

http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=162253

 

7. Sprocket & Chain sizing

Note: Size of sprocket front n rear, 14T/47T. chain size, 520. (Stock 400)

 

aftermarket front & rear for GSR400.

get it from ah boy at the price of S$55.00..

Contributed by Acesiew.

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http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/302496800.jpg

price: $110

interested parties, do pm swoosh for more details.

Contributed by swoosh.

 

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Aftermarket front and rear sprocket. (14T/47T)

Brand name VAZ, no rubber unlike stock. (Italy)

Got it at planet motors.

 

DID X-Ring Gold: $130

Front sprocket: :$25

Rear sprocket: $55

Total: $210/-

 

Review: chain sound is prominent unlike stock which is slient due the the work of rubber.

 

Contributed by skateboy

 

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For GSR 600, the sprocket sizing is 17T/46T. Chain is 530 (520/525 is for GSR400). Pricing is between $180-$230 for a set, depending on brand used.

 

8. OEM Parts

You can get OEM suzuki parts from the following places

 

1. KS motorcycle (along Jln Besar)

2. Eversuccess (ard mustafa)

3. Guan Hoe (rangoon road)

 

Ever Success Auto Parts Pte Ltd

17 Lembu Rd

Singapore 208450

tel: 6292 5909

fax: 6293 4741

e-mail: [email protected]

 

 

Yes go the the GH in rangoon for parts, for servicing and repair go to GH in Eunos.

 

Guan Hoe Co (Malaya) Pte Ltd

120, Rangoon Rd

Singapore 218398

Phone : 62997939 Fax : 62997817

 

Guan Hoe Workshop

Eunos Ave 3 at the corner of Blk 1043

You can see it after you pass the AA Inspection Centre.

 

The one located at Serangoon Rd is Guan Hoe Cheong, it sells Suzuki and other bikes. The official Susuki Agent is

 

Guan Hoe Co (Malaya) Pte Ltd

120 Rangoon Rd

Tel : 6299 7939

 

KS Motor

62949316.

 

 

9. Battery for GSR

Just in case, you need to buy a new battery and to save u the hassle of dismantling the battery to find out...

 

The Brand/Model is FURUKAWA FTX9-BS

 

Battery is also available at Regina. Cost below $60 depend on ur bargaining skills.

 

 

10. Sample Aftermarket parts

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/206110490.jpg

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/227436546.jpg

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/227436551.jpg

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/227436552.jpg

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/289854998.jpg

 

If you prefer engine Engine Guard to sliders....

 

This is from GIVI

Source and Price :

1) Loois Motor (Actual price $170 in June 2007)

2) Mah Pte Ltd (Agent for GIVI) quoted $220 in Nov 2007

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/242579577.jpg

 

Sliders

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/300884157.jpg

 

For pricing pls PM swoosh

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/269803699.jpg

 

Interested Parties can PM Swoosh.

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/272951036.jpg

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/289854999.jpg

 

GIVI RACK and Panniers

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/195878136.jpg

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/298832637.jpg

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/306529380.jpg

 

MIRRORS

 

Stock miirors will vibrate when bike travel at speed above 80kph

 

The alternatives

 

CB400 S4 mirrors (No need show pictures haha, it is so common!)

 

GSX1400 (Get it from Suzuki Agent)

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/193386573.jpg

 

Carbon Fibre Design ( Fm Regina)

 

http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL1409/6331730/12290258/271431340.jpg

 

11. Differences between 400 & 600

There are 6 :-

1) Exhaust hole for the 600 is larger.

2) Tachometer

3) The clutch pull at the engine is covered for the 400

4) The lower engine cowl at is different

5) Japanese sticker for the 400

6) No park light function for 400

 

Note: The agent will not service GSR 400 bikes.

 

 

 

12. References & Links

For webby,

 

Loois motor: http://www.looismotor.com/

 

Mah Pte Ltd : http://www.mah.com.sg

 

HKL: http://www.teamhklracing.com

 

Motoworld: http://www.motoworld.com.sg/

 

AR2 Performance: http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?s=&daysprune=&f=103

 

OEM motor parts: http://www.oemmotorparts.com/oem4.asp?M=Suzuki&T=GSR%20%20-%20%20600&Y=2006&L=SZ-GSR600K6

 

Equip X: http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?s=&daysprune=&f=76

 

Motovation accessory: http://www.motovation-accessory.com.sg/

 

poisonous (not for weak hearted) : http://gsr-600.over-blog.com/340-index.html

 

cockpit-illumination-mod : http://www.dark-society.de/suzuki_gsr/cockpit-illumination-mod.pdf

 

Shootout for 600cc naked bikes : http://www.postwhore.biz/albums/userpics/10050/2328_001.pdf

 

All about motor oil: http://motorcycleinfo.calsci.com/Oils1.html

 

 

Sound of GSR600 exhaust

 

 

yoshimura

 

yoshimura (tri-ovals)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tyres related:

 

Metzeler: http://www.metzelermoto.co.uk/web/products/default.page

 

Bridgestone: http://www.bridgestone.eu/bfe/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=000000000000000000000000000000000396RCRD

 

Pirelli: http://www.pirellityre.com/web/motorcycle/default.page

 

Suspension related:

 

Ohlins: http://www.ohlins.com

 

Ohlins for GSR: http://www.ohlins.com/Motorcycle/Hidden/Recommendationlist/tabid/110/Default.aspx

 

Suspension setting: http://www.ohlins.com/Motorcycle/Settingupyourbike/tabid/59/Default.aspx

 

Suspension setting & troubleshooting: http://www.wpsuspension.com/service/installation.php

 

Bikes Owned: LC125 RXZ135 GSXR400RP CB400VS CB400Spec2 SV650 02CBRF4i FZ1000 CBR929 05YZF-R6 CBR150 HondaSonic125 Yamaha_CygnusX125 KymcoGrandink_250 Hornet_250 04_Yamaha_Tmax Silverwing 400 FZ6_S2 GSXR600K7

 

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Morning everyone. This is a long shot seeing that there's no new updates to this thread since last year but here goes.  I just got me a 2007 GSR400  and was wondering if there's a group still fun

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Suzuki announced the naked GSR600 at the Paris Motorcycle Show this week. A modern, powerful 600 featuring a version of the GSX-R powerplant, the GSR600 takes some of the styling cues from the Boost King concept shown at the Tokyo Motor Show several years ago. The sport bike motor has been tuned for broader power and more low-end and mid-range torque.

 

The GSR600 is fuel injected (utilizing two double-barrel 38mm throttle bodies) and offers extensive instrumentation, including analog tach, LCD digital speedometer, LCD digital gear position indicator, odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge and a clock.

 

The GSR600 meets EURO 3 emissions requirements. No word yet whether this bike will be offered in the United States in 2006. We may know more in a few days.

 

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Bikes Owned: LC125 RXZ135 GSXR400RP CB400VS CB400Spec2 SV650 02CBRF4i FZ1000 CBR929 05YZF-R6 CBR150 HondaSonic125 Yamaha_CygnusX125 KymcoGrandink_250 Hornet_250 04_Yamaha_Tmax Silverwing 400 FZ6_S2 GSXR600K7

 

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Originally posted by ~FieryGiX~@Oct 3 2005, 12:03 AM

Oh dammit. Even the naked 2006 get the Slipper clutch..

 

Wonder if the Clutch cover and Slipper clutch can be transplanted onto the 04,05 GSXR600..:confused:

The Monster S2R has a slipper clutch too, so does the M620.... :thumb:

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NICE!!!!!

 

a potential bike for me to settle down with when my haya days are over.....

 

:thumb:

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2000 - YAMAHA RX 125

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2002 - YAMAHA WR 200

2003 - HONDA CB 400 VTEC I

2004 - HONDA TELEFONICA MOVISTAR CBR 1000 RR4

2005 - SUZUKI GSX 1300RX HAYABUSA

2006 - SUZUKI GSR 600

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Maybe Suzuki is marketing the 3 bikes in the following ways.

 

SV650--- for V twin lovers.

 

Bandit 650---- for those with a passion for retro styling. Economical.

 

GSR600----- streetfighter lovers. High spec but non faired bikes.

 

Just my opinion.:smile:

1997 TZR 125 - 1998 FZ 150 - 1999 GSXR 400K - 1999 RX 100 - 2000 LC 125 - 2001 TZR 125 - 2002 CB 400 Ver S - 2006 CBR 929 - 2006 GETZ 1.4 - 2009 STEED 400 - 2016 ???

 

Riders ride to work. Drivers work to drive.

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Hopefully, there will also be a half fairing version.:smile:

1997 TZR 125 - 1998 FZ 150 - 1999 GSXR 400K - 1999 RX 100 - 2000 LC 125 - 2001 TZR 125 - 2002 CB 400 Ver S - 2006 CBR 929 - 2006 GETZ 1.4 - 2009 STEED 400 - 2016 ???

 

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Nice bike.Now considering between this one and Fazer600.If the pricing comes out for S'pore market do post it here.Thanks!

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I dont think Fz600 comes close to it.

It have things that FZ600 have. But fully adjustable shocks? Fornt 4 pots calipers?

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Originally posted by hachi@Oct 30 2005, 11:08 AM

I dont think Fz600 comes close to it.

It have things that FZ600 have. But fully adjustable shocks? Fornt 4 pots calipers?

OKlah,then confirm get the GSR600. :cheeky:

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Originally posted by Baal@Oct 4 2005, 03:51 PM

Hopefully, there will also be a half fairing version.:smile:

me too...but 1 thing y does suzuki come with smaller tank??

frm the times of Bandit till this 2006 gsr sigh :sian:

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Yamaha RXZ 03/03 - 04/05

Suzuki Bandit VV 04/05 - 02/06

Yamaha Fazer 1000 03/06 - 10/07

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Yamaha Fazer 600 10/08 - 02/10

Honda Blackbird 02/10 - 03/12

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Wow.... Erm. Perhaps i can try this out if there is any in S'pore.... :smile:

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Honda CBR 400 RR- FL2119U (Dec 02 - Jan 04)

Honda CBR 929 RR - FS4382A (Feb 04 - Dec 04)

Susuki Hayabusa 1300- FX9524Z (April 05 - Oct 05)

Susuki Bandit400- FL3540D (Mar 03 - Dec 05)

Honda Super 4 Spec 3 - FZ9528C (Dec 05 - Jan 07)

Honda Walve125S - FW8025J (Aug 06 - June 07)

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Originally posted by kata_killer@Nov 22 2005, 12:57 AM

Wow.... Erm. Perhaps i can try this out if there is any in S'pore.... :smile:

I think its not out yet bro.

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Yamaha RXZ 03/03 - 04/05

Suzuki Bandit VV 04/05 - 02/06

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Sweet looking bike. Love the instrument cluster also. :)

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Previous rides:

ROAD/FUN: Honda Sonic, VTR250, Kawa Z1000 & Kawa KSR110, Suzuki Savage

SPORT: Kawa ZXR400, Suzuki SV650, Honda CBR600F3 & CBR929RR, Aprilia RS125 & RS250,

DIRT: Honda XR200 & XR600L, DRZ-400SM, DRZ-400-S, GasGas EC200, KTM 200 EXC & 250EXC-F, Tricker

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Originally posted by Jerry858@Oct 3 2005, 11:00 PM

NICE!!!!!

 

a potential bike for me to settle down with when my haya days are over.....

 

:thumb:

Only a rider always a rider dude..

 

I think you shld get a MT01 after ur haya days are over.. 1,700cc bike...

ANY FOOL CAN HOLD A TIGER BY THE BALLS, BUT IT TAKES A HERO TO KEEP ON SQUEEZING. And I am that f*cking hero...

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yammy have been distinctly top in this category way too long. suzuki now seriously wants a slice of it and give yammy a run for the money!

 

the specs are tempting and let's have our fingers crossed that they are of good quality. :thumb:

 

one big big no no for me though is the tank... :sian:

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Originally posted by EmptyVessel@Nov 23 2005, 02:41 PM

yammy have been distinctly top in this category way too long. suzuki now seriously wants a slice of it and give yammy a run for the money!

 

the specs are tempting and let's have our fingers crossed that they are of good quality. :thumb:

 

one big big no no for me though is the tank... :sian:

What's wrong with the tank?ANyways,the 400 version will kick S4 ass anytime.No offence to S4 owners.Just that this bike on paper looks good.Specs oso much2 better than S4.Me intend to get the 600 version.

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Originally posted by arjen@Nov 23 2005, 02:18 PM

I just saw a FZ PLATE GSR at woodland, not sure its 400 or 600 man...

SUZUKI HERE only bring in GSR 600 now , as 400 yet to know .

http://t0.tagstat.com/image02/5/2db6/500700oRiSS.jpgSKIPPER125(95) , TZRR125(98), MAJESTY 250(00)/RS250(00),

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