Suzuki have offered limited edition GSXR750 homologation specials since 1989 with the GSXR750RR. They made 500 of these with a dry clutch and a single saddle. These are now achieving aprox £20,000 for good a example and are rubbing shoulders with Honda RC30s and have become a must have for avid collectors of homologation specials.
In 1994 Suzuki brought us the super-rare GSXR750SP, with production limited to just 200, most of which went directly to race teams the rest were mostly bought from dealers and raced on the track. The model is not so well known because there are so few of them available. Many were crashed and destroyed and the remainder languishing in sheds and are awaiting costly restorations. Restoring one of these machines is particularly tricky as so many of the components are just no longer available.
Coys are delighted to have unearthed this unrestored, showroom condition example that has never seen a race track in all it’s twenty one years. These are the rarest of all the homologation specials, and this one has genuinely less than 3,000 kms on the clock and has just two recorded owners. Not only that, it comes in the superb blue and white Suzuki race livery.
The GSXR750SP came with Nissin six piston callipers, a unique long stroke GSXR750 motor not used on any other model, a unique exhaust header system and flat slide carburettors all as standard. With the rise in popularity, and sharp rises in values, of homologation specials this stunning example is a must have for any Suzuki, or homologation, collector. It is supplied with an MoT until May 2016 and the UK V5.
We very much doubt that there is another more original and un-raced example anywhere.