Thursday, 9 February 2017

Suzuki GSX-R1100 (1986) HD Wallpapers, Price, Brakes

                           Suzuki GSX-R1100

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Price, Specs, Review, Top speed, Wikipedia, Color

                 The lightweight Suzuki’s remarkable cornering ability combined with its straight-line speed to give perform

Suzuki GSX-R1100 HD Pics

                      The GSX-RIIOO's look was almost identical to that of the 750cc model that had been launched a year earlier.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 HD Images

                       In look and in layout, the machine with which Suzuki rocked the superbike world in 1986 was almost identical to the GSX-R750 that had made such a huge impact the previous year. To that first GSX-R’s format of 16-valve. oil-cooled four-cylinder engine and aluminium frame, the open-class machine added not only more top-end power but also a storming supply of mid-range performance. The result was an unbeatable superbike. At a glance the GSX-R1100 was almost indistinguishable from its smaller sibling. The two models shared Suzuki's endurance racer styling, with round twin headlamps in a tall full fairing and a four-into-one exhaust. The aluminium frame’s design was very similar, too: a collection of rectangular-section extrusions in a twin-downtube arrangement, with cast sections at the steering head and around the pivot of a box-section swingarm that was made from the same lightweight alloy.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 HD Wallpaper

                          But if the engine’s basic layout was unchanged, its larger 1052cc capacity gave dramatically different power characteristics. Where the 750ccRG500 Gamma: Grand Prix Replica

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Exhaust Sound

                  Suzuki brought an even more extreme level of performance to the street in 1985 with the RG500 Gamma which, with its square-four two-stroke engine, was a street-legal replica of the bike on which Barry Sheene, Marco Lucchinelli and Franco Uncini had recently won world championships. The Gamma's disc-valve induction engine produced 95bhp but was flat until 8000rpm, at which point : took off to send the bike screaming towards a top speed of over 140mph (225km/h). The aluminium­framed, fully-faired RG500 weighed just 342lb (155kg), and had wonderfully agile handling p js superb braking. But the two-stroke was too expensive and impractical to sell in large numbers.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Front look

                          Behind the GSX-R's aerodynamic, endurance racer-sty le full fairing, its I052cc, oil- cooled 16-valve engine was notable for its 125blip peak output, storming mid-range performance and impressive reliability. The aluminium frame combined extruded main rails with cast sections in areas including the swingarm pivot.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Tail Look

                           Bike was highly strung and demanding, the GSX- R1100. which also differed in having a lower. 10:1 compression ratio, and CV instead of slide carburettors, was much more flexible. Its power curve impressed not just with its peak of 125bhp at 8500rpm, but also w ith its enormously broad spread of torque.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Wikipedia

Muscular mid-range

                    The big Suzuki’s white-faced tachometer did not register below 3000rpm, by which time the bike was already accelerating with considerable enthusiasm. By 5000rpm it was ripping forward violently enough to lift its front wheel in first gear; or, more usefully, to surge past a line of traffic in the highest ratio of its new five-speed gearbox. At 7000rpm, where the smaller GSX-R engine came alive, the 1100 was breathing even deeper as it headed for the 10,500rpm redline and a top speed of 155mph (249km/h).

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Specification

                      Straight-line acceleration was also aided by the GSX-R 1I00’s light weight. At 4341b (197kg) dry it was 441b (20kg) heavier than the 750, due to many of its apparently identical parts being slightly larger and stronger. But that figure still made the Suzuki by far the lightest open-class machine, and its standing quarter-mile time of less than 11 seconds put the GSX-R far ahead of the opposition.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Review

                              An excellent chassis added further to the Suzuki’s all-conquering performance. That rigid aluminium frame was backed-up by anti-dive equipped front forks borrowed from the 750, plus a new rear shock, larger front brake discs, and wider 18-inch wheels and tyres. Its steering was precise and its stability impeccable, aided by the addition of a steering damper in front of the steering head.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 HD Photos

                         In the fashion of the smaller GSX-R. the 1100 wav an uncompromisingly aggressive machine with a "tretched-out riding position and high footrests that made it uncomfortable in town. But its fairing gave enough protection to allow effortless high­speed cruising Besides, many riders would have been happy to accept a far lower level of practicality be pure performance, nothing on two wheeB came close to the GSX-R 1100.

Suzuki GSX-R1100 Crashes Videos

                                   The GSX-R 's twin- headlamp fairing, humped fuel tank, aluminium frame design and 18-inch wheel sizes were inspired by Suzuki s lOOOcc endurance racer of a few years earlier. Unlike the peaky GSX- R~50. the GSX-R1100 was a fexikde roadster that was easy to nde as well as fast.

             Specification Suzuki GSX-R1100                                                    (1986)

  • Engine Oil-cooled dohc 16-valve four
  • Capacity 1052cc (76 x 58mm)
  • Maximum power 125bhp @ 8500rpm
  • Transmission Five-speed, chain final drive
  • Frame Aluminium twin downtube
  • Suspension Telescopic front; single shock rear
  • Brakes Twin discs front; disc rear
  • Weight 434lb (197kg)
  • Top speed 155mph (249km/h)