#SuzukiGSXR1000 In all honesty, the GSX-R1000 doesn’t really need much of an update at the moment. It already uses a modern and powerful engine, with advanced bodywork, and a host of top-shelf components that make it one of the most competitive Japanese motorcycles on the market. The engine is a 999.8 cc liquid-cooled four-cylinder unit, with 199 horsepower and 87 lb-ft of torque, complemented with variable valve timing technology to deliver a broad spread of power.
#KawasakiZ1000 The 2020 Kawasaki Z1000R ABS continues a long like of Z models before it, starting with the KZ1000 that launched all the way back in 1977. The modern Z1000R is powered by a 1043 cc DOHC liquid cooled inline 4 that produces 141 crank HP and 82 lbs-ft of crank torque.
Only available in Europe and Canada, the Z1000R features ABS as standard, as well as all the expected traction control and electronic engine controls expected of a super standard motorcycle.
2021 Suzuki GSX R 1000 vs Kawasaki Z1000
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