The newcomer is also powered by the same 750cc, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine as on the predecessor that generates 114.2PS power output at 10,500 rpm and 81Nm peak torque at 9000rpm, mated to a 6-speed constant mesh transmission. GSX S750 gets downdraft double-barrel Suzuki dual throttle valve system, digital ignition system and Idle speed control.
The suspension system consists of a 41 mm USD kayaba fork at the front and a 7-step pre-load adjustable monoshock unit at the rear. Disc brakes at either end along with Nissin sourced Anti-Lock Brakes, handles breaking.
The three-mode traction control system on the new GSX S750 helps to prevent the rear wheel spin. The first mode is meant for sporty rides, mode two for normal city rides and mode three for rides in tough road conditions.
As seen on the outgoing model, New GSX S750 also gets the LCD instrument panel that indicates gear position, driving range, traction control mode status, speedometer, tachometer, dual tripmeters, fuel consumption, coolant temperatures and odometer.
Updated GSX S750 will compete with Ducati Monster 821
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