According to the motorcycle information website Total Motorcycle, the Suzuki VX800 is a vehicle that was produced in the United States between 1990 and 1994, and in the United Kingdom from 1991 on. Total Motorcycle explains that this motorcycle was one of the few V-Twin standard cycles produced.
The Suzuki VX800 had a top speed of 120mph. According to Total Motorcycle, this speed was higher than several of Suzuki's other models, including the VS800 Intruder, VZ800 Marauder and VL800 Volusia.
Power and Torque
The Suzuki VX800 produces 63 horsepower, or 46 kilowatts, at an RPM of 6500, and a torque of 55ft-lbs.
Total Motorcycle's performance specifications note that the Suzuki VX800 was a fuel-efficient vehicle and could travel 45 miles per gallon.
The Suzuki VX800 has a displacement of 805.00 ccm, which is equivalent to 49.12 cubic inches. Motorcycle-Glossary explains that displacement refers to the total volume of an engine's cylinders, and that generally, the larger the displacement, the more powerful the vehicle.
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