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Pictures of visitors' Suzuki GSX1400
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Here are some pictures of Suzuki motorcycles visitors of My Suzuki Pages have sent me. Send a picture of your bike here. Use JPEG format. Please tell us your name, hometown and country, purchase date and your personal comments of your Suzuki. Don't forget to tell the model name and model year of your bike.

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Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Grayson Thompson, UK
Comments: ”I live in Seaham, the North East coast of England, I'm 40 years old and have been riding bikes for... well a long time now!
I too bought it without seeing in the flesh (like the webmaster of this site) and wasn't disappointed. A small screen like the one I've fitted keeps off that nasty wind even above normal riding speeds.”

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Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Snorre Kristoffersen, Alta Norway
Comments: ”My bike was probably the very first GSX1400 registered in Europe (11 June 2001). Correct me if I'm wrong! The windscreen is a Givi Thumbnail A200 universal. Works OK and it's very discrete. My wife rides a Suzuki VX800 1994, my 16 year old daughter -01 MZ125RT and my son (10) and other daughter (13) shares a RM80 Cross.”

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Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Roland Zaremba, Beverwijk Netherlands
Purchaced: July 2001 as new.
Comments: ”The picture was taken in August before I made any modifications. I have installed a small windscreen (I was almost pulled of the bike at full trottle), an oil temp meter instead of the oil plug, smaller halo flashers and home-made stainless steel side plates with inscriptions on the oilcooler. I've also shortened the rear fender. In the winter I will modify the exhaust interior with bigger inside pipes for more noise.”

Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX1400 K2
Owner: Bob Beattie
Country: Scotland
Comments: ”Here's a picture of my GSX with stainless and titanium system fitted, it also has some other mods: Renthal bars, one off bar end weights, polished stainless oil cooler cover, there will be engine mods when funds allow.”

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Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Jürgen Hoche, Germany
Purchased: end of June 2001 (the first in Northern Germany). Mods: small windshield, steel brake lines, superbike-lenker 80 cm, ritzel mit 17 zähne (?). Comments: ”Enormous torque, very nice. GSX1200 is not so nice, not so strong, but lighter and much better in handling! I have made a trip to the Dolomiten at 2,700 meters height twice with the GSX1200 - it was super! In May 2002 I will make a trip there for the first time with my GSX1400.”

Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Roland Zaremba, Beverwijk Netherlands
Purchaced: July 2001 as new.
Comments: ”Instead of remaking the tailpipe I have purchased a stainless steel Devil exhaust system. You do not believe the transformation of the bikes power. I do not now the exact amount of horsepower but I think it's up 15 bhp/pk.”

Here's a picture of the windshield.
Here's the oil cooler shield.

Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Andreas Albers, Germany
Comments: (apparently he he couldn't think of anything to say about his bike).

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Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Roman Rudziejewski, Warsaw Poland
Comments: ”I bought a new GSX 1400 in Warsaw, Poland in May 2002. I am in love with this machine from the very first look at the dealer shop. That's why I found your page. Let me say a short comment concerning the content - it was exactly what I was looking for as a new user of this lovely amazing monster. The girl sitting on the bike is my four-year-old daughter.”
Here's another picture (rear view).
Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Lawrie White, Barnsley, S/Yorkshire UK
Comments: ”I bought my bike new on March 20th, 2002. The first thing I did was to fit engine bars, good job too as it slipped off side stand & broke the clutch lever! My fault! I turned up 190mm mirror arms & had them chromed, I can see behind now! I thought the centre section was "too black",so I cut similar graphics & applied to the plastic covers, it looks different to all the others!”
Suzuki GSX14002002 Suzuki GSX 1400 K2
Owner: Lawrie White, Barnsley, S/Yorkshire UK

Here's another picture of Lawrie's GSX1400. I agree with Lawrie, I also think the centre section needs a little more color. I have applied ”Suzuki” stickers in gold to the black cover myself. But I do like Lawrie's solution and I saved the larger version of this picture in higher resolution as I normally do. I wanted you to see better the new graphics Lawrie has cut.

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Updated: November 14, 2002.



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