If you could go at top speed the whole way, you could do the journey from New York to Miami in less than seven hours on a Suzuki GSX-R750 motorcycle, all because of the astonishingly fast GSXR 750 motor. Developed in 1985, they were revolutionary as they were the first true race-spec motors on a production motorcycle. The early ones are air-cooled and oil-cooled, and they delivered over 100 bhp. This lasted until 1992 when Suzuki changed to water-cooled engines, although some models sold in the U.S. were still oil-cooled. The switch to water cooling was to stop the engines overheating in hard racing situations. The engines in this era produced 118 bhp. The next big change took place in 1996 when a new GSXR 750 motor was built. It has the Suzuki SRAD system which forces more air into the engine. This helps to push it to 130 bhp. The 2005 GSXR 750 motor represented the 20th anniversary of both the bike and the engine. Models from this period are still 16-valve, four-stroke, four-cylinder, liquid-cooled engines, but they produce 155 bhp. This changed with the 2007 GSXR 750 motor, as it was redesigned to reduce the weight while maintaining the power. There is a vast inventory of all models of this motorcycle engine available on eBay.
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