How Much Power Does the 2022 Suzuki GSX-R750 Make?

Measuring max power output on Suzuki’s iconic 750cc inline-four on Cycle World’s dyno.

Suzuki’s GSX-R750 has long been a trackday weapon for racers and enthusiasts worldwide. Originally introduced in 1985, the GSX-R750 revolutionized the development of sportbikes. Today, inline-four cylinder middleweight sportbikes have been edged out by a new wave of parallel twins such as the Aprilia RS 660 or Yamaha YZF-R7. But the iconic GSX-R750 is still regarded as a fine choice when sportbike shopping.

The 750cc DOHC liquid-cooled inline-four engine has been a Cycle World favorite for years due to its ability to rev like a 600, but offers usable bottom-end like a literbike. Although the Suzuki GSX-R750 hasn’t seen any updates since 2011, we wanted to run the inline-four on our inhouse Dynojet 250i dynamometer to see how much power this iconic Japanese sportbike can make 11 years later.

2022 Suzuki GSX-R750 Dyno Chart.Robert Martin

After coming off our automotive scales with a curb weight of 428 pounds, the 2022 Suzuki GSX-R750 produced 121.5 hp at 12,560 rpm and 53.0 lb.-ft. of torque 10,840 rpm. A linear power delivery and relatively flat torque curve make the Suzuki GSX-R750 a highly competitive racetrack motorcycle from a club level all the way up to World Supersport competition.