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What do you need to know about Suzuki GSX R125?

What do you need to know about Suzuki GSX R125?

This left-hand side R&G Engine Case Cover fits the Suzuki GSX-S 125 and GSX-R 125 ’17- models, protecting the valuable engine case from damage in the event of a crash, drop or slide. Extensively used around the world by thousands of road riders, track day enthusiasts, the California Superbike School (USA) and the Chris Walker Race School (UK).

How tall is the seat height on a Suzuki GSX S125?

The wheelbase is 1,300mm with a curb weight of only 133 kilograms, and a seat height of just 785mm, making it easier to put both feet flat on the ground when stopped. The GSX-S125 has exciting, aggressive styling that transforms it into a rolling work of motorcycle art.

How does the Suzuki GSX S125 throttle body work?

To improve intake efficiency, throttle response, and engine power throughout the rpm range, the GSX-S125 has a 32mm throttle body. A dual-spray, four-hole injector aims the spray from two holes directly at the intake valves. Ample intake air is supplied by a large-capacity airbox and efficient filter.

Is there a Boot Guard Kit for Suzuki GSX S125?

This 2 piece R&G Boot Guard kit has been specially designed for the Suzuki GSX-R125 & GSX-S125 ’17-. R&G Boot Guard kits are available for a large range of bike styles and brands, with new applications released regularly.

How big is a Suzuki 125cc motorbike?

Click here to show all Suzuki motorcycles made 1894-2021. 125cc bikes are here defined as all motorbikes with engine size from 50 to 125 ccm. See our moped page for bikes with displacement below 50 ccm.

Which is better a KTM Duke or a Suzuki GSX S125?

At £3,699, the GSX-S125 costs £400 less than the KTM Duke 125, £600 less than Yamaha’s MT-125 and £900 less than the Aprilia Tuono 125. The £3,999 R is better value than Aprilia’s £4,700 RS 125, KTM’s £4,299 RC125 and Yamaha’s £4,599 R125.

When did Suzuki 125cc acceleration test come out?

The 125cc acceleration test video appearing on Suzuki Bikes UK Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SuzukiBikesUK/videos/1740999589313025/ was produced on 21st May 2018 at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground with professional riders in controlled conditions.