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The 2024 GSX-S1000 remains the performance standard for naked sportbikes by providing superb controllability, agility, and power for an exciting and rewarding riding experience, while complying with worldwide emissions standards. The long-stroke GSX-R1000 engine and nimble chassis combine with sharp, angular styling establish the GSX-S1000 as a naked streetfighter ready to turn heads and own the streets.
Styling immediately draws your attention to the GSX-S1000. Clean, straight lines make it clear that this light and muscular, naked sportbike is a serious contender. It is hard not to stare at the stacked Mono-focus LED headlights housed in a minimalistic cowling that resides between a pair of MotoGP-inspired winglets protruding from the angular radiator shrouds.
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Led by a stacked mono-focus LED headlight assembly and bold, angular styling that includes MotoGP inspired winglets, the GSX-S1000’s aggressive naked sportbike stance speaks of power and performance potential.
Upright streetfighter ergonomics, a twin-spar aluminum frame and fully adjustable KYB suspension deliver controlled handling while ABS-equipped** Brembo Monobloc brake calipers with dual, floating brake rotors provide controlled stopping power.
The GSX-S1000’s long-stroke GSX-R engine is refined to produce a broad, smooth torque curve through the full rev-range with increased peak horsepower.
The GSX-S1000 provides predictable and controllable throttle response with abundant top-end power to provide the rider an exciting, responsive, and rewarding riding experience.
Like a GSX-R1000, the race-proven, six-speed, close-ratio transmission features vertically staggered shafts to reduce overall engine length.
The latest generation of the Suzuki Clutch Assist System (SCAS) clutch is fitted to the GSX-S1000. More than ever before, the SCAS clutch increases plate pressure under acceleration, yet acts as a slipper clutch to smooth the engine response during engine braking and corner entry.
Suzuki’s proven, twin-spar aluminum frame helps to ensure nimble handling and great road holding ability. The main spars are straight from the steering head to the swingarm pivot, which is ideal for achieving high rigidity and light weight.
Connected to the swingarm is a link-type rear suspension, with a single shock absorber that features spring preload, and is seven-way adjustable with rebound damping force adjustment.
The GSX-S1000’s fuel tank capacity is a generous 19 L (5.0 US Gal.) to reduce the frequency of gas stops while commuting or on long rides.