As with GSX-Rs 750 and 1000, Suzuki will outfit the 600 with its Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve fuel injection (SDTV to you), which functions similarly to a bank of CV carburetors: Your paw twists the downstream set of butterflies open, but a computer (reading gear position, rpm and whatnot) opens a set of butterflies atop them in the Suzuki's steep, downdraft intake tracts. It's supposed to make on-throttle power delivery nice and smooth. On the 750, it works. Elsewhere, the 600 is distinguishable from the 750 by its lack of swingarm bracing, and its conventional, fully adjustable fork. Rake and trail are the same as the 750, and wheelbase is said to be 10mm shorter. Wheels, brakes, etc. are all 750-spec.