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Old 10-10-2006, 02:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Difference between 06 and 07 GSXR750's

What are the differences between the years? I have an 05 R6 right now with only 853 miles. It is a toy which I LOVE, but don't have much time to play with. However, I would like to switch it up, and sell that for a 06 750 in yellow/black.

Anyway, anyone know the spec differences? Anything major?


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06 was a major change for the 750 so I doubt there would be anything besides color changes for 07. Check the Suzuki web site. They list the last 3 model years and thier specs.
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