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The first GSX-R750 appeared in 1985, starting a trend for modern road legal race replicas. It combined racing bike technology with the looks of an endurance racer. A whole family of bikes followed including 600, 1000 and 1100cc versions. GSX-R750s have been raced with success in World Superbike, endurance and one-make competitions.
This is a 1987 specification GSX-R750H which has been modified with a 994cc engine and Yoshimura full race exhaust system.
|Capacity||749cc (as built)|
|Valves||Double Overhead Cam|
|Output||106bhp at 10,500rpm|
|Manufacturer||Suzuki Motor Corporation|
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