Here ya go Lasermax. I don't get her until tomorrow, these are pics from the ad.
This is what MCN writes in their review....
Suzukiís big-bore GSF1250 Bandit gets an all-new engine designed to meet latest Euro legislation. In doing so, Suzuki have created a 98cc bigger, 1255cc water-cooled, fuel-injected, torque-laden peach of an engine. The GSF1250 Bandit's frame and suspension have also been upgraded to give a sumptuous, well-mannered mileage machine that can also run in the twisties.
Itís a Bandit, and as such it carries the tradition of upright seating, sumptuous seat and perfectly placed footpegs and one-piece handlebars. Suzuki havenít changed the chassis too much from the old (k6) model, just beefed up the GSF1250 Bandit's frame rails and revised the suspension damping and springs. Big difference, though, the Suzuki GSF1250 Bandit now steers faultlessly, stable and hides its weight well.
There are two versions of the Suzuki GSF1250S Bandit Ė non ABS and with ABS, but Suzuki GB is only importing the ABS kitted version. This isnít a problem as the ABS is a refined set-up and leaves a lot of the braking up to the rider before cutting in. Suzuki GB will do its usual trick of releasing limited versions of the GSF1250 Bandit (touring, GT etc), but until then a ruck of accessories (topbox, panniers etc) will be available separately.
The old defunct Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit has a reputation for extreme reliability and a genuine all-rounder. Thereís no reason to believe the new GSF1250 Bandit will be any different; Suzuki is aiming for existing Bandit customers to upgrade while attracting new customers with its revised performance. As the redline has dropped 1000rpm and a sixth gear has been added, thereís no danger the new GSF1250's motor will be stressed.
A 1255cc machine that can be used for touring, scratching or as a genuine workhorse should be an expensive piece of kit as itís many motorcycles in one wheelbase. But no. Suzuki have pegged the price to just £250 more than the old GSF1200 Bandit. For £7045 MCN considers the Suzuki GSF1250 Bandit to be a bargain Ė its even cheaper than its Honda competition the CBF1000F.
1255 cc 16v D.O.H.C liquid cooled inline 4 cylinder.
Top speed 145mph
1/4-mile acceleration 11.18 secs
Gearbox 6 speed
Seat height - Adjustable 785mm - 305mm
Fuel capacity 19 litres
Average fuel consumption 42mpg
Tank range 150 miles
Front brakes 2 x 310mm discs, 4-piston calipers
Rear brake 1 x 240mm disc, 1-piston caliper
Front tyre size 120/70 x 17
Rear tyre size 180/55 x 17