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GSX-R Limited Edition 100th Anniversary Supersport Range

Announcing the 2021 Limited Edition 100th Anniversary Supersport range, back in 2020, the highly anticipated line-up will be hitting Australian dealerships early 2021. Unlike other countries, all three supersports GSX-600, GSX-R750 and GSX-R1000 will be available in the 100th Anniversary treatment, due to our emission legislation.


It is important to reiterate how strictly limited stock levels are of the 100th Anniversary Edition. 

(Australian Wide)

GSX-R1000 - 30 Units - Pre Orders have now closed

GSX-R750 - 50 Units

GSX-R600 - 10 Units

The range will feature the traditional blue and slate silver colour scheme, tributing that of Suzuki’s early Grand Prix machines of the 1960s. The paint however isn’t the only similarity the range shares with the GP racers. The GSX-R1000 utilises the same variable valve timing system, booting torque and peak power. It also features a comprehensive suite of electronics, which includes 10 traction control modes, a quickshifter and auto-blipper, launch control, and lean angle-sensitive ABS.


The 2021 GSX-R750 runs a 750cc in-line four-cylinder liquid-cooled power plant, and features a camshaft profile with an aggressive valve-lift curve. Producing a phenomenal 148HP at 13,200rpm and 86.3Nm at 11,200, the engine has outstanding performance for street and track. With fully adjustable 41 mm Showa BPF forks and fully adjustable Showa shocks, handling is accurate and damping is linear. The much needed braking power is twin radial-mounted four-piston Brembo monobloc calipers, with full-floating 310mm discs. 


Suzuki’s traditional supersport, the GSX-R600, runs a 599 cc in-line four-cylinder engine, Sharing premium features with the GSX-R750, the GSX-R600 sports Suzuki’s Drive Mode Selector system, dual throttle valves, an exhaust tuning valve, ram-air system and immobiliser for security. 



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