Monday, 16 September 2013

Suzuki RM-Z 450 2013: Technical


Price: € 8,199 (to 19/09/2012) Color: yellow and black Availability: Immediate


The Suzuki RM-Z 450 2013 underwent a major facelift to the engine level including a strict diet to lose weight. The piston rod's axis and are redesigned. The new piston shape saves weight by 13% without sacrificing stiffness. The rod is also lighter. The piston pin receives treatment DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) similar to the suspension of the GSX-R 1300 Hayabusa . The axis is now shorter and lighter.
For 2013, we must also reckon with the new standards more stringent noise. The collector of the Suzuki RM-Z 450 is longer than 50 mm and the design incorporates silent "diverters" gas internally. For its part, the timing and the timing of the intake camshaft is redesigned so that the bike delivers a more linear power. If the supply chain remains the same, a new guide is born. The transmission is redesigned with some changes gear box and a new cam selection, more accurate and smooth to use.

Suzuki also updates its electronic components, the RM-Z 250 2013 receives a more powerful processor for engine management. This update increases the response to injection throttle for better gas inlet. The components are now sealed for increased resistance against water and mud. A new flywheel appeared, delivering more power to facilitate starting. Parameters revisited the ignition coil also help promote throttle response. The two engine plugs changing the behavior of RM-Z according to your desires and race conditions remain valid, but the handling is now faster and easier.

The chassis

The frame and the rear part of the Suzuki RM-Z 450 2013 are refined with the objective optimized balance. New engine mounting brackets appear, the rigidity of the assembly has been revised. With changes to the rear frame, a new air box is in place, combined with a new intake duct. As for suspensions, we note the arrival of a new fork: the Showa SFF separate functions that can be found on the current Kawasaki KX250F. In order to adapt to changes in the chassis, the damper is also reviewed, new settings and new link to the key.

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