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Suzuki GSV-R is the name of the series of 4-Stroke V4 prototype motorcycles developed by Suzuki to compete in the MotoGP World Championship. GSV-R replaced Suzuki's 500 cc 2-Stroke V4 RGV500 which was ridden by Kenny Roberts, Jr. to win the GP500 Championship in 2000.
The GSV-R was introduced on 2002, one year earlier than the original plan, with codename XRE0. New regulations were promoting the growth of four-stroke engines, and the performance of the new engine during testing was strong according to Suzuki. Despite the use of a new engine, XRE0 was using the old RGV500 Gamma Chassis, which was later criticized as a big mistake by many MotoGP analysts. Using the chassis and fairings that were previously made for the 2-Stroke RGV500 engine, XRE0 was hampered by many stability issues. The use of RGV500 Tyre spec was another mistake. Despite all of that, XRE0 was able to taste its first podium (2nd place) on the opening round at Suzuka and sacked 3rd place at Rio in the same year. XRE0 achievements however were inconsistent, as the riders often fell down, crashed, or were forced to retire by technical failures. The top XRE0 rider by the end of The 2002 MotoGP Championship was Kenny Roberts, Jr. in 9th place overall.

suzuki gsv-r wallpapers

suzuki gsv-r wallpapers

suzuki gsv-r wallpapers

suzuki gsv-r wallpapers

suzuki gsv-r wallpapers
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