More Power for the Suzuki GSX-R600 & GSX-R750 in 2015?

08/20/2014 @ 4:31 pm, by Jensen Beeler4 COMMENTS

More Power for the Suzuki GSX R600 & GSX R750 in 2015? 2014 suzuki gsx r600 635x423

It looks like Suzuki is getting ready to update its sport bike offering, as Suzuki Motor America has gotten new emissions filings from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for the 2015 Suzuki GSX-R600 and 2015 Suzuki GSX-R750.

New CARB emissions are required when manufacturers make modifications to the engines of the machines that they are selling in the Golden State, which means that we can expect updates for the Suzuki GSX-R600 & Suzuki GSX-R750 (with no change in CARB’s weird weight measurement figures, an entirely new model is unlikely).

We will certainly have to wait until the autumn motorbike shows to see officially what Suzuki has in store for its middleweight Gixxers, though judging from the rise in emissions quoted, a power boost is certainly on the cards.

This conclusion comes about because the 2015 Suzuki GSX-R750 puts out more hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide, though fewer nitrogen oxides.

We can only speculate that Suzuki has other changes in store for GSX-R600 & GSX-R750, likely new bodywork and bold new graphics. More news as we get it.

Source: CARB

Comment:

  1. Damn says:

    from all the 1000cc’s the gixxer is by far the most ugly machine.
    the best looking gixxer stil is the 2005

  2. Renn says:

    How can you guys run a story with no content?

    How about telling us that the K9 750 made x amount of power and the K10 made more by jumping to x and speculating on the possible increase?

    I dont know.. something… anything?

    I love this site, Just surprised by this article.

  3. BBQdog says:

    Hired the 600 2011 with the new suspension several times.
    Love the bike, especially the suspension and the overall friendly
    feel of the bike.

  4. KSW says:

    Indeed some more details would be nice.

    Is this power coming from bore and stroke changes or simple ECU mods? A lot can be done with an ECU these days and there is a reason such technicians are highly sought after.

    I have just done some ECU work to my new FZ8 to put it more inline with the EU bike than the ‘merican model. I love pulling up to the petrol station in Europe and filling up with super clean, high power 98 octane. The ‘merican FZ8 has an ECU map for 86 octane. Well, that’s easy to fix along with a few other things and I’ll happily put all the 93 octane in her I can.

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