The Hamamatsu Company revealed an updated its range of GSX 1000s in light of the Suzuki’s renewed commitment in MotoGP, at the INTERMOT show in Cologne Germany. There are three updated 1000s: the 2015 GSX-R1000, its mellower GSX-S1000F and GSX-S1000 siblings.
The most important change: All benefit from completely revised electronics suite that now features three-mode traction control and ABS.
Even though these all Suzuki engines are based on the same power plant, the GSX-R1000 motor is little more over square design. It has a bore and stroke of 75.5 mm x 57.3 mm, while the GSX-S1000 engines have 73.4 mm x 59.0 mm measurements. Even though the chassis of all these new bikes are based on similar twin-spar aluminum frames, they have intentionally different geometries. Generally, the sporty GSX-R1000 has a steeper rake of 23.5 degrees, together with 3.86 in. of trail. The other two have 20 degrees of rake and 3.94 in. of trail.
At the end, Suzuki claimed its MotoGP team riders for the new 2015: Maverick Vinales and Aleix Espargaro. Also, they will give a chance to Randy de Puniet to race the new Suzuki in the last MotoGP of the season in Valencia, in respect of his loyalty and great skill as the development rider for the new MotoGP bike.