Final production model of long-selling sports bike "GSX 1100 S Katana" "Final Edition". "GSX 1100 S Katana" exhibited a prototype car at the Cologne show in Germany in 1980.German designer Mr. Hans Mutt attracted the attention of motorbike fans worldwide with avant-garde design which imaged Japanese sword.In the following year, we began selling export specification vehicles (displacement of 1100 cc).In Japan, since 1982 it has sold "GSX 750 S" with a displacement of 750 cc and heard a hot topic.In 1994, we responded to the needs of fans and also began domestic sales of "GSX 1100 S Katana". "GSX 1100 S Katana" does not change the basic design from prototype cars announced in 1980, continues production for about 20 years with repeated improvements in function.It is a long-selling model supported by deep-rooted fans with unprecedented innovative design, but we end production at this "final edition". - Main features of "GSX 1100 S Katana Final Edition" 1. Change to specification with high premium feeling as limited sales ・ Serial number plate as final specification on upper bracket (handle mounting part) Individual number display) installed. ・ Engine black painting, cutting of cylinder head fin and cutting of upper bracket are performed, directing high quality and fearless image. ・ Chain, front disk rotor, rear suspension damper was made high gold parts (gold color) of texture. ・ Body color sets Sonic Silver Metallic (silver) with high metal feeling. 2. Further improving performance ・ The adoption of lightweight, high rigidity opposed piston 4 pot caliper for front wheel disc brake has improved reliability during braking. ・ Reinforce body frame, improve rigidity. ・ Adopted a highly serviceable tubeless tire. ・ Change switch box, add push cancel turn signal switch, hazard switch.
|Förflyttning||1074||Motortyp||Air-cooled/4-stroke/DOHC/4 Valve/Parallel 4-cylinder|
|Maximal Output (ps)||95ps(70.0 kw)/8500rpm||Maximalt vridmoment (kgf / m)||8.6kg・m(84.3N・m)/4000rpm|
|Fordons Vikt (torrvikt)||232||Bränsletank liter||22|
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