In pubs and over-crowded car parks across the country, these two protagonists were the talking point of the year. The 750cc market was still huge and it hadn’t had a shake-up for some time, so having two come along at once sent press and punters alike into a genuine frenzy. Despi...
? The SRAD and 750Y versions of the ubiquitous Gixxer range both came about when the fashion for 750s was seemingly over.At the end of 1995, the FireBlade was just entering into its third incarnation, which made the bike a tad softer and easier to ride. From
Click to read: Suzuki GSX-R600 owners reviews, Suzuki GSX-R600 specs and to see the Suzuki GSX-R600 image gallery.If 600s are your thing and you happen to find yourself in possession of a time machine we heartily recommend a trip back to 1997 where you would find it an especially...
In the fashion-conscious, 'latest is greatest' biking world we live in these days, it's easy to dismiss some older bikes, especially in the sportsbike class.But the more discerning among you will realise that though age might dent the image of a particular bike, its actual perfor...
What were the cult bikes of the late 1990s? That's the question that circulated the office today and after much heated debate (and one tantrum), we whittled the list down to these five. Without the £3000 limit, our list would have remained a fantasy for many, but the £3000 cap me...
soon dried up and plenty of trackt ime was had by all.So who's got the biggest air under their front wheel over The Mountain? My money goes on the SRAD GSX-R rider in the main picture. Good work fella!
Click to read: Yamaha YZF750R owners reviews, Yamaha YZF750R specs and to see the Yamaha YZF750R image gallery.THE BEST SPORTS 750 until Suzuki launched their SRAD in '96 and even then a cracking bike. Like all 'Foxeye' Yamahas it's not only a rapid
the sexiest capacity of sportsbike.And to top it all off it gave us a multitude of bizarre and confusing acronyms such as SRAD, SACS, SCAI, SCEM, SOL-AIR, DAIS, DIAS, PDF, DOP, NEAS, MR-ALBOX and TSCC (Do you know them all? Answers on the last page).But only
, SRAD. Standing for Suzuki Ram Air Direct and in layman terms this resulted in new air intakes that forced the air directly into the airbox. Our very own James Whitham thrashed one around World Superbikes for a few years before the tasty Alstare Corona
Wheel alignmentSplit frame paint -- twisted chassisSpecsEngine 16v, in-line four 599ccPower 100bhp @ 12,000rpmTorque 46.3ft-lbs @ 10,000rpmChassis Steel spineDry weight 185kgGSX-R600 SRAD focussed for the road -- great for the trackSuzuki GSX-R600 SRAD 1997
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