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SUZUKI GSX R1000 (2009)

Cette video met en valeur le bolide Japonais "Suzuki GSX R1000" version 2009 avec un nouveau design et un moteur de 4 temps de 16 soupapes et une cylindrée de 999 cm3 pour une puissance de 191 cv accouplé à une boite de vitesse manuelle à 6 rapports ce qui lui autorise une vitesse max de 310km/h et beaucoup d'autres choses à vous de les découvrir.

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DIABLOS - Posté le 24 octobre 2009 à 20h11

oué elle est vraiment magnifique cette Suzuki GSX R1000 (2009) mais j'aimerais bien voire dans la couleur noire et un trais trop fin de vert pistache dans les jantes prés des pneus comme ça je tombré bien amoureux d'elle Grand sourire


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