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The gearbox remains as per the GSX-R1000, and the back-torque-limiting clutch is also retained.<<Is anyone know that is ture?
 

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No, only K7 1000 was equipped with that clutch.
gsx-s have classic clutch
 

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I thought that there was no slipper clutch on our S.

Who can tell the truth ?
Anybody with the real spec's from Suzuki ?
 

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I'm sure, no slipper clutch... :(
 

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2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000 ABS


Engine Type Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, forward-inclined inline four-cylinder, four-valve per cylinder, DOHC
Engine Capacity 999 cc
Bore x Stroke 73.4 mm x 59 mm
Horsepower 146 hp at 10000 rpm (claimed)
Torque 80 lb-ft. at 9500 rpm (claimed)
Compression 12.2 : 1
Fuel System 43mm throttle-bodies, 10-hole long-nose fuel injectors
Clutch Back-torque limiter wet multi-plate
Transmission 6-speed constant-mesh
Final Drive Chain
Front Suspension 43mm KYB fully adjustable telescopic fork, 4.7 inches travel
Rear Suspension KYB link type single shock with rebound and preload adjustment
Front Brakes Dual 310mm semi-floating disc, Brembo radial-mount 32mm four-piston caliper
Rear Brakes Single 220 mm disc, one-piston Nissin caliper
Front Tire Dunlop D214 120/70-17
Rear Tire Dunlop D214 190/50-17
Seat Height 31.8”
Rake/Trail 25°/3.9”
Wheelbase 57.5”
Ground clearance 5.5”
Curb Weight (Claimed) 456 lbs. (458 lbs. for California model); +5 lbs. with ABS
Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal.
Colors Metallic Triton Blue
MSRP TBA
 

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The engine commissioned for the 2016 GSX-S1000 was pulled from the renowned 2005 GSX-R1000 K5 bike mated to the stout 6-speed transmission from the current-model GSX-R1000. Of course, some of the components have been retuned for this naked sport application. For example, the titanium intake and exhaust valves have been swapped out for steel valves of the same dimensions for better operation at lower RPMs during street use. The slipper clutch system on the GSX-R model has been removed and replaced with a traditional multi-plate, wet clutch system operated by a standard cable with a relatively heavy pull. However, improvements in manufacturing processes give the GSX-S1000 lighter-weight pistons than those packed into the GSX-R model.


Who know the truth?:|
 
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