Inside Suzuki Factory Tour Part 1

Here I point at a sticker on the GSX-R1000's fuel tank displaying “E10,” presumably for a 10% ethanol blend. When I asked if this meant this particular bike is bound for the U.S. market where ethanol-laced fuel is commonplace, I was surprised to learn that Europe is now also using ethanol blends in some of its fuel.

The launch of the all-new GSX-R1000 is critical to Suzuki, as the GSX-R line has been emblematic of the engineering might at the Japanese company since the game-changing original …read more

Source:: Inside Suzuki Factory Tour Part 1

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