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Suzuki GSX-R 750 2007

The motor on the GSX-R 750 has a very smooth, seamless delivery with an electric feel to it. There are no big hits in the powerband, just a steady heightening of power. The motor is a little lacking in the mid-range, forcing you to keep the revs up on corner exit. You have to ride it more like a 600 than a 1000 to get the true potential out of the GSX-R. Keep the motor close to its rev ceiling at 15,000 rpm and you'll have the GSX-R singing nicely. The 750 has a compact combustion chamber design, 12.5:1 compression ratio, large intake and exhaust ports for optimum intake and exhaust efficiency and high power output. The Suzuki puts out around 126 HP to the rear wheel, but I'd love to see what Matsushima Performance (the successful AMA Formula Extreme roadrace team) could do with this motor. Sounds like a recipe for the ultimate club racer!