Suzuki GSX series

Suzuki GSX Series

Suzuki GSX series

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The GSX Series is Suzuki's range of sport touring motorcycles with four-valved engines. The earliest GSX models were introduced in the early 1980s to complement and later replace the two-valve Suzuki GS series.

The current range of bikes by that name are completely different designs that use derivatives of former super sports engines from the early-to-middle GSX-R series.

Early GSX

Among the earliest GSX models were the two-cylinder GSX 250 and the GSX 400.

These Suzuki GSX models were the evolution of the GS series of 2-valve per cylinder air and oil cooled four stroke motorcycles. The first 4-valve engines were produced for the 1980 model year, but retained the "GS" designation for the US and Canadian markets until the release of the GSX-R models in 1986 (1985 outside the US). These GSX engines were based on Suzuki's "TSCC" (Twin-Swirl Combustion Chamber) engine design, and shared little with previous 2-valve models. The bike called Suzuki Katana in the US had this engine design, with designations of GSX-S, but has little in common with the more modern GSX-F Katanas, which are sport-touring bikes.

The early GSX four-cylinder engines are arguably among the most reliable motorcycle engines ever mass-produced, with the 1100cc and 1150cc engines still very commonly used for drag racing and hillclimbing competition in the US.

The TSCC engine was once again redesigned in 1983 with the introduction of a completely new GSX 750, Suzuki's first modern...
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