Brake problems have prompted Suzuki to recall 210,000 motorcycles. The recall covers 2004-13 GSX-R600 and GSX-R750 models, as well as 2005-13 GSX-R1000s from Suzuki. The motorcycle manufacturer says corrosion of the front brake piston may generate gas within the brake system, reducing stopping power. There was no mention by the company of any accidents related to the problem. Suzuki described this recall as voluntary, but under federal safety regulations, once an automaker is aware of a safety problem it must — within five business days — notify the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of its plan for a recall or face a civil fine.
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