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07- GSXR750 Vibration problem or not?

Just bought a 07' GXSR750. This is my first suzuki. It seems to vibrate excessively at around 3G - 4G rpm. So much that all I see is blurr in my rear view mirror. Is this normal for an '07' GSXR750?
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Its a GSXR... anything is normal!

I'm sure its fine... what did you own before that?

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Holy S**t!

Your bike is capable of 3 billion - 4 billion RPMs!?! Damn, I got the wrong bike.

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Thats better than the 7-8K vibe zone on my bike.
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7K... yeah and I just blew up my motor...
Come on... if twisty can get his Vtwin to redline at 12.5K, why cant you?
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hmmm... S&S says "NO!"




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Just bought a 07' GXSR750. This is my first suzuki. It seems to vibrate excessively at around 3G - 4G rpm. So much that all I see is blurr in my rear view mirror. Is this normal for an '07' GSXR750?
3-4 billion RPM?

Nice redline ya got.



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hmmm... S&S says "NO!"
my v says it hits red at 11, but it's been higher

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Just bought a 07' GXSR750. This is my first suzuki. It seems to vibrate excessively at around 3G - 4G rpm. So much that all I see is blurr in my rear view mirror. Is this normal for an '07' GSXR750?
if it has the stock pipe on it, it has and exhaust valve of some kind that causes a vibration and a raspy sound at low rpms, my goes away when I am on the trottle and comes back when I roll off.

Remidy is to put afermarket pipe on. at least that is my situation.
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Oooppps!, I meant 3K - 5K RPM. Sorry fellas. Thanks for your feed back.
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My previous bike was an '06' Kawai ZX6R, which didn't exhibit as much vibration as with the GSXR750.
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hmmm... S&S says "NO!"
then I say call them and tell them to take it back it is messed up.....

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Just forget about the mirrors. They're useless anyway.
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post #16 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-22-2007, 12:19 AM
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I have the same bike, my mirrors are clear...
I suspect you have a front wheel balance issue? Or maybe a defective tire?
Does the 'blur' go away at higher revs? Higher speeds? If I had your issues,I'd look very carefully at my front end.

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