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Suzuki GS1150E
1984—1986

I have put some Suzuki GS 1150 E info on this page. I would be grateful of any contributions — sales brochures, magazine ads, magazine articles, pictures, specs, facts, corrections etc. Please scan the material in JPEG format (large enough that all the details are visible) and send them to me. Please tell me the source and the publication date if possible. If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow these instructions.

Note: The 16-valve GS1150E was known outside USA/Canada as GSX1100E.
Here's a link to the GSX1100 frameset.

Suzuki 1985 More Suzuki models from 1985
1985 Suzuki year code: F
Suzuki GS1150E

A fine example of a '85 GS1150E, owned by Erston Reisch. He allowed me to use the picture on my site, I found it on Erston's website. The exhaust (4 into 1) is not standard.

'85 GS-11150 E GS 1150 E

Like new. Another beautiful example of a '85 GS1150E, owned by Bruce E. Would you believe that this picture was taken in 2005? Bruce tells us why his bike still looks this way: I bought the bike new. After riding it for about two years, it ended up in storage until February 2004, when I brought her back to life. It has less than 4,000 miles on it. Except for the tires it is all original and in perfect condition. It's probably the last good example of what the 1150 looked like when new.


Seen on mcreports.com:
GS1150E 1984-1986
”Suzuki only had 8 machines in their 1984 lineup, with only 3 being street bikes. The big news at the press launch was the GS1150E. The enlarged engine (from the GS1100's) was placed in an all new chassis, with square tube steel frame and single shock full floater rear suspension. In 1984 the GS1150ES was the fastest production motorcycle available. The 1150 didn't need any tricks to attain such figures... the power was spread all the way across the range, and was very easy to utilize. New brakes, wheels and tires were also fitted. The GS1150 was a large, long and heavy motorcycle. It's detractors loved the engine, but the weight handicap was hard to overcome, especially as the competition in this class was so steep.
Power in 1984 was 119bhp@8500rpm, with torque of 81ft/lb's@6500rpm. Wet weight was 557lb's.”

Suzuki GS1150E




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