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The words say one thing, but does it agree with reality?

Using the engine from Suzuki’s best selling model – the GSX-R750 – as a starting point, the GSX-S750’s 749cc mill has been massaged to deliver performance in the rpm range most commonly encountered on the street. With the charges and spent gasses flowing through specially designed intake/exhaust tracts, the valves are directly operated by cam profiles designed to produce bottom-end torque coupled with mid-range power for optimal streeting acceleration.
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well and good but the things I've read about the GSR750 say its been neutered TOO much...
 

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Well the acceleration should be good but does that mean that it won't feel like there is as much power behind you once you get to the top end of the range?
 

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Well the acceleration should be good but does that mean that it won't feel like there is as much power behind you once you get to the top end of the range?
it means you get your best punch lower down the rev range. In other words peak is where you make your most efficient power/torque.
 

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At least with it like this you can enjoy it even more in the lower power range, don't always have to keep it up high in the RPM range
 

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It sounds like it'll be more enjoyable for city riding, but maybe a bit less fun to take out on the highway.
 

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You still have 1000cc's to play with. No liter bike has ever been unfun on the highway. As I said it just means your getting peak lower down which makes it more responsive and efficient in stop and go.

That doesn't mean GSXS1000 doesn't have a top end...
 

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Are there any bikes that concentrate power in the high end torque instead of the lower end? How would that differ from the setup that the GSXS1000 has?
 
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