- Looks great
- Not suited to long distances
- Build quality and finish
- Budget to upgrade the suspension and for a hugger
The 2004 GSX-R750 is powered by a liquid cooled 749cc inline 4, producing 155bhp at 12,800rpm. It's based on the chassis of the GSX-R600, narrower, shorter, lighter and more refined.
- Fully adjustable upside down fork
- Adjustable rear shock
- Dual 300mm discs with radial Tokico 2 piston calipers
- 220mm disc at the rear with single piston caliper
- 6 speed transmission
- 32bit ECU
Radial brakes were introduced alongside a new shape while the new engine features lighter camshafts, titanium valves and new injectors.
The 2005 model introduced a battery saving feature whereby the headlights switch off during startup to reduce load. The 20th Anniversary model featured a special blue/black/white colour scheme with grooved brake discs, tinted screen and blue chain.
- 2004: Blue/white, yellow/black
- 2005: Black/blue/grey, blue/white, yellow/black
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Prices Updated: 12th December 2017
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