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The Katana Family Tree.

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Foreword by Mr. Who put a lot of time into the initial the information listed in the tables Also big thanks to Doug771 provided 1990 750 info) and (who provided pre-98

Some of Mr. Clean’s words been updated to reflect info for the new model years.

Suzuki built the 600 and 750 Katanas approached the task with effectiveness in mind. Both use the same basic frame and basically the same bodies minor differences in the tail for the 1988 to 1997 bikes. differences include two separate tree designs for the 600 and 750 through all different heal guard for the 98+ models, and slightly different and engine block designs for the models.

I’ll elaborate more on the design later.

In 1998 Suzuki released the newly Katana cost effectiveness was a major priority, so the bikes even more similar as both using the same panels and tail sections, and headlamp assemblies. 1998 is the year Suzuki … the model of the Katana.

In 2003 Suzuki made a few design changes to the 600 such as the upper and lower triple by fraction of an inch, as well to the tail sections on both the 600 750 a redesigned tail light, and a designed seat shape a flat surface texture for weight transfers while (the prior ones had a surface which tended to rain without draining On a reference note, the 2003 1300 Hayabusa and the 2003 Katanas both use the same lamp, Suzuki OEM Part 35710-24F30.

For 2004 Suzuki a few additional changes to the Katana for both models, including: a new stainless steel muffler issues only), the inclusion of emergency flashers, and a passing-switch a horn button: flashes the while depressed). For the California a catalytic converter was added for the time. This was probably in some of the European market as well. The four-way flashers and the were probably standard on certain European models for at the last decade .

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The Katana power plant is a four cylinder, air/oil dual overhead cam (DOHC) combustion engine. The original design came from the generation GSXR 750. the 1989-97 750 Katana engine is more than a slightly 1989 GSXR sling power plant more for sport touring.

Many of the parts from the GSXR engine are a direct into the 600/750 Katanas and versa. In 1998 with the redesign Suzuki also some major changes to the Katana engine. The basic oil engine design stayed the but recieved some much updates.

Both the 750 and 600 share the transmission and engine …. The major difference between the 600 and 750 is the bore, cam shaft duration, and size. Both engines a gear ratio change in the a better oil pump, and a redesign of the second gear.

As well the piston cylinder received a new glaze that longer engine life and piston ring wear. are many other minor that were made to the plant, but to keep this as as possible I’m not going to them all here.

Below I compiled data for the 600, and now defunct 1100 Katana These charts are not complete and are not to be 100% accurate. If you see something is incorrect or you have information I am missing please don’t to email myself (Mr.

Clean) or the CyberPoet to fill in the and correct mistakes! I hope you this information useful.

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