How much horsepower does a 2008 GSX-R1000 have?


How much horsepower does a 2008 GSX-R1000 have?

184.91 HP
Water cooled, 999cc, Inline-4, DOHC

Power: 184.91 HP (136 kW) @ 12000 rpm
Final drive: Chain
Top speed: 185.79 mph
Curb weight: 423.3 lbs
Category: Supersport

How fast does a Suzuki GSXR 1000 go?

173 mph
The maximum torque of the engine is 80 ft⋅lbf (108 N⋅m) at 8,000 rpm. Combined with a total (dry) weight of 374 lb (170 kg) this gives the GSX-R1000 a top speed of 173 mph (278 km/h), a 1/4 mile time of 10.1 seconds at 141.7 mph (228.0 km/h), and a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) time of 3 seconds.

How fast is a 2008 GSXR 1000?

186 mph

Top speed & performance
Max power 185 bhp
Max torque 86.3 ft-lb
Top speed 186 mph
1/4 mile acceleration 10.5 secs

Is a GSX-R1000 a good beginner bike?

You have to be a pretty experienced rider to be safe on a Gixxer 1000. Don’t even try starting on it. Beautiful bike no doubt, but very potent. Even the Hayabusa is tamer in comparison.

When did the Suzuki GSX-R1000 come out?

After the GSX-R1000 had been three years on the roads and race tracks, Suzuki put out a new version of the model in late September 2002. Suzuki engineers had been working on the three things that made a fast bike faster; weight, power, and handling.

What is a Suzuki GSX-R?

The GSX-R legend began in 1985 with the launch of the GSX-R750, the range propelling Suzuki to the forefront of motorcycle racing, making the GSX-R series the flagship of the brand and a favourite amongst professional racers and riding enthusiasts.

What is the difference between the Suzuki GSX-R1000 K7 and GSXR1000?

On full-power ‘default mode’ the low rpm power on the Suzuki GSX-R1000 has been softened to allow for more absolute power at top revs (maximum power is now made 1000rpm higher in the revs at 12,000rpm), which means the GSX-R1000 K7 is missing some of the instant, neck snapping power it was able to dish out at walking speeds.

What kind of exhaust does a GSX-R1000 have?

After being named Sport Rider Magazine’s 2001 Bike of the Year, the GSX-R1000 carries on the race track-proven heritage and introduces a new paint scheme in red and black, bolt-on bungee hooks and a sleek-looking polished stainless steel exhaust.