While the 2012 Suzuki GSX-R1000 and 2012 Suzuki GSX-R750 may have been anticlimactic, these pictures remind us that Suzuki isn’t so much about scarcely-updated new models as it is about winning races. Going into the final World Endurance Championship race of the year, team SERT’s GSX-R is leading BMW’s factory S1000RR by 9 points and the third place Kawasaki ZX-10R by 27. Maybe its the headlights or the simple, brutal utility, but there’s something very, very neat about endurance bikes.

Specs:
Cylinder/ Engine: 2011 GSX-R1000
Head: STD Head Modified
Crank: Standard
Valves: STD Suzuki 
Cylinder/ Engine:  2011 GSX-R1000

Head: STD Head Modified

Crank: Standard

Valves: STD Suzuki

Transmission: 6 speed Factory Suzuki close ratio

Camshaft: Yoshimura KIT

Clutch: Yoshimura

Fuel injection: STD

Ignition/ Electronics: Yoshimura ECU kit 

Spark plug: NGK

Exhaust: DEVIL/ Titanium

Chain: RK

Air filter: KS Filter

Gearing: AFAM Sprockets 

All lubricants: Motul

Tyres: Dunlop

Rims/ Wheels: OZ Wheels

Axles: Factory Suzuki

Brake pads: Nissin

Callipers: Endurance-spec Nissin

Discs: Nissin 310mm

Master cylinders: Nissin
Suspension: Showa 43 Forks / Showa rear shock
Linkage: Suzuki Factory

Handlebars: Suzuki Factory

Grips: Suzuki Factory

Levers: Suzuki Factory

Bodywork: Flam Racing

Screen: Puig

Footpegs: Alpha Usinage

via Racing Cafe

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