just like anything else, get springs, a shock and gold valves or some other cart swap. this would get done on a s1000rr or v4 just as much as on a gromEdited to add: read the tech specs, and I must admit I'm kinda disappointed by the suspension department. Unadjustable fork, preload-only adjustable shock.
As usual for Suzuki, the bike is dimensioned for the average japanese rider, with no possibility to set it up for a heavier rider.
Money.Why can't this be done right from the factory with decent, adjustable suspensions?
because you cant make an adjustable spring. and undersprung is safer than oversprung. so they shoot for the lowest likely rider weight.Why can't this be done right from the factory with decent, adjustable suspensions?
i forgot that existed... but when even honda has a better bike, suzuki is in real troubleThe 750 Hornet has 8 more horsepower, a shorter wheel base and is 30 pounds lighter. The Suzuki makes a bit more torque, 57 vs. 55 foot pounds. They're also unveiling the V Strom version of it today.
He said for 2023. I'm pretty sure they just want to move all the stock parts they still have laying around but the writing has been on the wall for a while now and it makes no sense for Suzuki to keep producing both, simultaneously, for more than a year or two.I think they explicitly said they will be producing 8S alongside SV.
Sure, in a few years they'll probably kill the production. I just hope there will be some nice looking bikes when that happens. Can't stand these transformers angular modern abominations.