Inside Look at the 2011 Suzuki GSX-R600 [video]

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Suzuki boasts that the GSX-R600 has long been America’s top selling sportbike, so when it undergoes a major overhaul everybody takes notice.

For 2011 the GSX-R600 underwent a plethora of big changes, all of which resulted in a weight loss of about 20 pounds. Helping this middleweight supersport shed pounds is a new frame, a 41mm Show Big Piston Fork, radially mounted Brembo monoblock brake calipers, as well as smaller axles and wheel hubs.

But don’t take our word for it. While we eagerly wait our chance the newest Gixxer out for a spin the fine folks at Suzuki put together a 10-minute video explaining all of the changes in great detail.

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    I loved it, I want one for me

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    I wish I can afford to buy it. I am craving to have it.

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    Really nice bike, love it.

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    The GSX-R 600 has continued to win races in many 600cc classes across AMA Pro Racing and World Supersport, and for 2011, Suzuki decided on full redesign of the motorcycle.