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Suzuki: new pictures of Recursion concept

More pictures emerge of Suzuki's turbocharged twin

SUZUKI has released more pictures of its Recursion concept bike.

The bike that was unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in November is said to make 100hp at 8,000rpm with peak torque of 74lbft at 4,500rpm from its turbocharged 588cc parallel-twin.

According to the specifications, the 174kg concept offers 50% better fuel economy than a 600cc sportsbike.

The ‘neo café racer’, as described by Suzuki, has a single-sided swing-arm, carbon monocoque seat cowl, upside-down forks and wavey disc brakes.

At the 2001 Tokyo Motor Show, Suzuki unveiled the B-King concept. It appeared as a Hayabusa-based naked bike with a supercharged engine. It came to production in 2007, but was missing the supercharcharger.

If Suzuki’s Recursion makes it to production, let’s hope the turchocharger remains part of the finished machine.

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