Click to view: Suzuki GSF600 Bandit owners reviews, specs and image galleries.Forget the fastest, lightest, latest crowd, Suzuki’s 600 Bandit was never intended to be any of those things. But it’s still a superb bike with a huge following. Its biggest strength is good old fashion...
until 2001. Late in 2001 the VFR800 VTEC replaced it. It received a mixed reception.Owners loved the Fi model but the VTEC came with a version of variable valve timing which although simpler than the system used in cars is comparatively complex for a
hesitation on the throttle. Cleaning the carb heater’s coolant filter helps, as does using Silkolene Pro FST (around £9 a litre), which stopswater vapour freezing in the carburettors.SUSPENSIONBlessed with a great front end, the 7R has always been a precise
RR after testing the water with the CBR600F Sport. The RR was part breath of fresh air and part poke in the eye with a sharp stick. It had an air of HRC quality about it.The RR is a machine designed to win races and it’s incredibly fast on the road
Click to view: Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa owners reviews, specs and image galleries.Nothing looks like a Hayabusa and not much goes like one either. Those wierd, bulbous looks come from wind tunnel testing with a rider on board and hint what this bike
on-line survey on the bike, 56 had the early FZS600 model and just seven had the newer version.Both make great buys on the used market. Tatty FZSs can be had for little over a grand. Clean, low mile late ones fetch well over £2K. The later FZ6 models
of the word.There have been rumours of an all-new Blackbird for years – possibly even a V5 VFR1000 replacing both the Blackbird and VFR800. Even if a new version is released, the current ones will retain their following and their used value. They have a near
sport bikes; they’re all pretty obvious. But ‘streetfighters’ do not fight in the streets. Originally they were crash damaged sports bikes put back on the road with high bars and minimal bodywork so they are born of violent events on the road
Click to read: Kawasaki Z750 owners reviews, Kawasaki Z750 specs and to see the Kawasaki Z750 image gallery.No-one knows bikes like the people who buy them and ride them. That’s why in the Buyer Guide we speak to as many owners as possible to get the real life nitty-gritty detail...
’ve even gone for chain drive not shaft or belt but it all works extremely well.Competitors are few. Honda’s latest Transalp’s a solid bike but heavier, less powerful, less exciting and much less capable off road. Suzuki’s DL650 V-Strom’s cheap and capable
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