Suzuki GSF 1250 bandit GT ABS 2008

The B12 has always been a classic example of the most affordable big roadster on the market, backed by a healthy dose of torque and top-notch value for money. With this GT version, the GSF 1250 becomes the most accessible road at the moment. Well, of course, it doesn’t have the prestige or the high standards of a Pan-European, an FJR or a K 1200 GT…. but this Suzuki can provide very similar services for almost half the price.

To approach the GT designation, the Bandit 1250 S is dressed in a complete fairing to improve the look and protection, a set of 35-liter side cases and a 49-liter top case with backrest. passenger. This significantly increases the Suzuki’s field of action. The very recent 4-cylinder 1250 water-cooled will easily take the little extra weight and the thirst for mileage. This Bandit 1250 GT is not yet THE big Suzuki roadster we all hope to see one day; but at 8,500 euros, this appeal to grand tourism is damn interesting.

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    Model marketed in

    2008

    Performances

    Max speed:
    about 230 km / h

The technical aspect

Suzuki GSF 1250 bandit GT ABS 2008

  • Frame
  • Tank: 19 liters
  • Dry weight: 225 kg
  • Train before

Suzuki GSF 1250 bandit GT ABS 2008

  • Transmission
  • by chain
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 1,255 cc
    (79 x 64 mm)
  • 98
    ch
    at 7,500 rpm
  • 11 mkg
    at 3,700 rpm

Detached pieces

exhaust
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filtration
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chain kit

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