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Old 06-13-2006, 06:55 AM   #1
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The GSX-R 1000 has been literally unbeatable both on road and track for two years and it is expected that Yamaha will launch a brand new R1 at the Intermot in Germany this autumn.


All clues point towards an improved GSX-R1000 as well to secure further glory both on the sales charts and on the roadracing circuits around the world.

One of the major benefits Ducati has got at the moment is traction control and it is expected that also Suzuki will launch the K7 GSX-R with more sophisticated technologies than ever before to hold of Yamaha and enable Troy Corser to take on the big Ducati V-twins with more success than in 2006.

The K7 1000 will get a slight restyling to bring it back in line with the K6 GSX-R 600 and 750 whilst still keeping its image as the top dog in the range. One major point about the K7 will be a brand new exhaust system where we could see a mixed underseat/under belly version much in style with the firmís big V4 MotoGP bike. To keep the increasingly tougher emission and sound regulations and in order to not have to lift the engine up in the chassis as much as on the K6 600 and 750 it is believed that this solution could be the way forward.
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Old 06-13-2006, 07:32 AM   #2
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The GSX-R 1000 has been literally unbeatable both on road and track for two years and it is expected that Yamaha will launch a brand new R1 at the Intermot in Germany this autumn.


All clues point towards an improved GSX-R1000 as well to secure further glory both on the sales charts and on the roadracing circuits around the world.

One of the major benefits Ducati has got at the moment is traction control and it is expected that also Suzuki will launch the K7 GSX-R with more sophisticated technologies than ever before to hold of Yamaha and enable Troy Corser to take on the big Ducati V-twins with more success than in 2006.

The K7 1000 will get a slight restyling to bring it back in line with the K6 GSX-R 600 and 750 whilst still keeping its image as the top dog in the range. One major point about the K7 will be a brand new exhaust system where we could see a mixed underseat/under belly version much in style with the firmís big V4 MotoGP bike. To keep the increasingly tougher emission and sound regulations and in order to not have to lift the engine up in the chassis as much as on the K6 600 and 750 it is believed that this solution could be the way forward.
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Old 06-13-2006, 10:43 AM   #3
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Yeah def fake...look at the undertail exhaust as well as a side exhaust? We will see the real deal in September. It's funny how all these renditions come out in this great anticipation before the debuts...lol
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Old 06-13-2006, 11:00 AM   #4
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fake or not still looks bad and you know u would ride it if it did come out looking like that
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yea fake or not, I would sport it
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Just a concept, but still bad !!!
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Yeah def fake...look at the undertail exhaust as well as a side exhaust? We will see the real deal in September. It's funny how all these renditions come out in this great anticipation before the debuts...lol
they actually USE undertail AND side exhaust on some moto gp bikes. i know of a guy that has a 1000rr with both side and undertail exhaust. aftermarket ofcourse...but who's to say it wont come factory?

i think it looks ALOT better than the current ones. hopefully this isnt a joke.
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Old 06-13-2006, 08:13 PM   #8
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they actually USE undertail AND side exhaust on some moto gp bikes. i know of a guy that has a 1000rr with both side and undertail exhaust. aftermarket ofcourse...but who's to say it wont come factory?
Are you serious? How about weight... cost... mass centralization... no manufacturer will make that exhaust stock. MotoGP bikes are SLIGHTLY different from production bikes, they don't follow the same rules, haha.
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