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Old 08-08-2008, 11:31 AM   #1
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what is the gross vehicle weight for an 06 GSX-R 1K

I know the Dry Weight: 166 kg 365 lbs

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Old 08-08-2008, 11:35 AM   #2
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what was the question? It seems like you already have an answer.
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what was the question? It seems like you already have an answer.
I want the wet weight ... the Curb weight

not the dry weight
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probably around 419lb.
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4 gallons of gas adds about 50 lbs all by it'self
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probably around 419lb.
I was looking for the official answer
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Old 08-08-2008, 11:53 AM   #7
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how about,

Way heavier then my 08 1000RR?

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4 gallons of gas adds about 50 lbs all by it'self


Fuel Tank Capacity: 18 liter (4.8 gal.)
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Old 08-08-2008, 11:56 AM   #9
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so add atleast 65lbs for gas, then 4quarts of oil is atleast another 10 lbs..

then maybe 1 for break fluid? i dunno im just guessing

id' say wet weight around 900lbs since it's got all that gsxr bling on it..!

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according to Wiki that is...
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to be honest Suzuki does not put out *offical wet weight*

as far as I know only honda does. everyone else puts out dry weight and I have no clue why they dont follow with Honda's lead. but then again, they are always so far behind Honda they may never catch up!



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to be honest Suzuki does not put out *offical wet weight*

as far as I know only honda does. everyone else puts out dry weight and I have no clue why they dont stated wet, but then again, they are always so far ahead, Honda may never catch up!



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hehe riight because everyone rides with NO fluids in their bike so a "dry weight" matters at all!
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well gas weighs 6 pounds per gallon so 30 pounds for a full tank and oil weighs 1.88 pounds per quart. so roughly 6 pounds in oil so around 40 pounds added weight makes 405 pounds wet.
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Way heavier then my 08 1000RR?

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hate to break this to ya bud but your 1000rr is way heavier than the zuki
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In addition to the above don't forget to add in coolant. Also, I believe the battery is not included in the dry weight as well or so I've read.
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hate to break this to ya bud but your 1000rr is way heavier than the zuki
lol no, it's not
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Measured wet weight is 466lbs.--RRW June 08
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honda = 439 curb weight.
suzuki = 425 curb weight....
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In addition to the above don't forget to add in coolant. Also, I believe the battery is not included in the dry weight as well or so I've read.
your right.... forgot to add those into the equasion.
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