Enjoy this vast collection of scooter brochures and service manuals. The Suzuki GT750 was a water-cooled three-cylinder two-stroke motorcycle made by Suzuki from 1971 to service manual suzuki katana 50. 1971 Suzuki GT750 as one of their 240 Landmarks of Japanese Automotive Technology. Suzuki T500 with an extra cylinder and liquid cooling.
GT750J, had a double-sided, twin-leading shoe, 200 mm drum front brake with 180 mm drum rear. Carburetors were 32 mm Mikuni slide type and power output was 67 bhp at 6,500 rpm. In 1973 Suzuki the GT750K was announced with extra chrome plating and two 295 mm discs replacing the drum front brake. No other manufacturer was offering dual front disc brakes at this time, so this was quite a marketing coup for Suzuki. 40 mm Mikuni CV type carburetors, a gear position indicator added to the instrumentation and redesigned side covers along with other detail changes. The 1976 GT750A model pretty much stayed the course with only minor changes to trim items and the obligatory paint colour change.
As with all big two strokes of the late 1970s, the GT750 was a victim of stricter emission regulations and competition from technical developments of four-stroke motorcycles. Motorcycle panorama: a pictorial review of design and development, Newton Abbot, p. The motor was essentially an existing twin design with an extra cylinder and it was the first Japanese bike to feature liquid engine cooling. Its smooth yet strong delivery was a hit with consumers. 240 Landmarks of Japanese Automotive Technology.
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. This motorcycle had a water-cooled, 2-stroke, 3-cylinder engine that provided good acceleration over a wide speed range from low to high. Technologies developed for Grand Prix racing were incorporated into the body structure and brakes. Easily visible meters and other features were also provided. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot.
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