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1993 Once again, a year after the rest of the world enjoyed the latest, greatest--and, most importantly--liquid-cooled Gixxer, it arrived on American shores as the GSX-R750WP. Water-cooling and the engine's ability to withstand the heat generated under severe racing conditions was clearly another nod toward Suzuki's racing intentions for the GSX-R. Still, many of the old, oil-cooling techniques--such as oil-injection piston cooling--augmented the new water jackets. The engine also received the highest compression ratio of its class, at 11.8:1. The frame underwent further strengthening as did the curved swingarm that first appeared in '92. The water pumper weighed in at a beefy 525 pounds, wet. The price of admission was raised to $7299.
1993 Suzuki Gsx R750wp Front Right