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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-11-2002, 07:45 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy any new on the 03 gixxer 750's yet??

man i cant wait anymore .. its like being a 6 yr old boy needing to go pee really bad but cant .. well... maybe not , but i wanna know!!!!

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SVs and GSXR 1000 1st pics

You can check out the 1st pictures of the SV650N/S and SV1000N/S on www.moto-station.com plus there is a blip on the GSXR1000 (read Mr. Toad's wild ride) with a frontal shoot of the bike (very dark though). Looks more like a Hayabusa now.

Suzuki was saving their tooling money for the last 2 years by using common components on the GSXR1K with the 600 & 750. Now it looks like the true beast will be unleashed!

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The pics on motostation.com are great, but I would like to read the article. It seems that that site has all the latest news before most others. BUT, I dont speak French....and I looked for about an hour for somthing to transilate the site to English. Can anyone help

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How 'bout Suzuki's website? All the sportbikes are on there now.

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roadracingworld.com has the info in english. just look through news from this week.

i'm disappointed that they updated the 1000, but no word on the 750. i think the death toll has been sounded for the wonderful 750.

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one more year for the 750??

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i'm disappointed that they updated the 1000, but no word on the 750. i think the death toll has been sounded for the wonderful 750.
The Suzuki site has the 750 online and listed for 2003. No changes though. I dont imagine that the 750 will be around for much longer, a real shame. BTW, I thought that the TL was a gonner, but its also listed as a 03

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Re: one more year for the 750??

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The Suzuki site has the 750 online and listed for 2003. No changes though. I dont imagine that the 750 will be around for much longer, a real shame. BTW, I thought that the TL was a gonner, but its also listed as a 03
that's a shock. the r was supposed to go after the s. maybe they thought the sv1000 and the dl1000 would spark interest in the tl-r.

i did like the tl-s a lot.

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when I bought my TL-R earlier this month... (23 days ago). I was told by the Suzuki dealer that neither the 750 gixxer or tl-r would be be made for 2003. Maybe were just not getting them here in oz next year.

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