The Suzuki GSX-R750 (2011-2017) has a new clean and sleek body style, new headlight, and the addition of Italian-made Brembo brake calipers (front) and Nissin (back). The 2011 model is about 9 kilograms (20 lb) lighter than the previous year's model. It has a "back torque limiting" clutch that allows for slicker downshifting. A lightweight Showa Big Piston Fork (BPF)comes standard along with a Showa rear shock. Features a more compacted instrument panel which was inspired by the GSX-R1000 instrument panel. The engine power produced at the rear wheel is 127.9 hp (95.4 kW)@ 12,600 rpm. Torque at the rear wheel is 55.7 lbf·ft (75.5 N·m) @ 11,100 rpm. Wet Weight is 194.1 kg (428 lb).
The Suzuki GSX-R750 was added in the Motorcycles Update as a low-end D class vehicle. It has a purchase price of 30,000 or 150. It was also given away to the top 100 in its own Time Limited Event, which began on August 23, 2017 for IOS and Android.
Official review Edit
This is the official review of the Suzuki GSX-R750 on the Asphalt YouTube channel, made by ReV_Tez and published on September 13, 2017:
Time to reach end of Tokyo straight: 10.197s
Perfect nitro duration: 8.811s
Triple nitro duration: 6.402s
Nevada Reverse lap time: 1.33.952s
Owing to its low price and performance (competing with early vehicles), the Suzuki GSX-R750 is intended as a starter motorcycle, much like Dodge Dart GT is the (mandatory) starter car. In fact, the first and second season of the Moto Blitz career is dedicated to the GSX-R750, and the motorcycles tutorial uses the GSX-R750 in Tokyo.
A tune of 0-1-0-10 will allow the GSX to reach 172 mph (276 km/h) with a tuning kit at a rank of 811, and using the new Super Charged feature for bikes, it can reach 181 mph (291 km/h) at this rank.