Suzuki Dirt Bikes — A Bit of History And The 2012 Range

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Suzuki B-King Final Prototype

The History Behind Suzuki Bikes — Specs On The Range

We are all familiar with the range of Suzuki dirt that the Suzuki Motor produce these days. did you know they also ATV’s, boat engines, trucks, wheelchairs and a whole of other small engine products?

Here’s the story of how modern day Suzuki dirt came about. Way back in an ambitious man named Mr Michio had established a thriving business the Suzuki Loom Company, in Japan. Suzuki was building looms to supply Japans booming silk industry.

For years, weaving looms Suzuki’s only focus. But you Michio was a smart man, he they needed to diversify. the demand for civilian transport on the he began designing several motorcars.

But, as fate would it. World War Two kicked into and his great plans turned to when the Japanese government that civilian cars not a priority.

So what’s a man to do? Mr Suzuki and co. back to producing looms. were looking up again. the s#!% hit the fan when the cotton collapsed in 1951. Suzuki now the need for affordable, nimble to cater for the masses of Japanese in congested cities.

So they began focusing on the industry.

In 1952, the ‘ Free ‘ was born. a weapon! It was fundamentally a bicycle by a 36cc two … engine certainly no motocrosser.

By 1954, was mass-producing motorbikes and had changed its to Suzuki Motor Co Ltd. led them to begin producing again, this time great success.

From on as the market demand, peoples and wants, and discretionary income motorbikes developed into choices. Rather than providing a transport tool, like Suzuki began ‘leisure machines’ such as the of Suzuki dirt bikes and cruisers as we know them

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Some Suzuki Dirt Bikes To Your Eyes On

It seems the from Suzuki took a holiday in 2011 because basically changed diddely for the new 2012 models. The two … and 250’s have disappeared with the RMX enduro bikes, only the four … behind to cater for both

It’s interesting to see how many of the bike manufacturers are expanding and their dirt bike while the Japs are cutting Is this a sign of things to

New graphics, a red and black seat and tinkering on the fuel system is all find different on the 450’s and this year.


RMZ450 — 2012

449cc, 4-…, liquid-cooled, cylinder, DOHC

Bore 96.0 mm (3.780 in) x 62.1 mm in)

Compression Ratio: 12.5:1

System: New 12-hole fuel increases fuel atomization for power delivery

Lubrication: Advanced Sump System

Ignition: Electronic ignition

Transmission: 5-speed constant

Final Drive: Chain, 114 links

Overall Length: 2190 mm in)

Overall Width: 830 mm (32.7 in)

Height: 1270 mm (50.0 in)

Height: 955 mm (37.6 in)

Ground 325 mm (12.8 in)

Suzuki B-King Final Prototype

Wheelbase: 1495 mm in)

Model: RMZ250 —

Engine: 249cc, 4-…, single cylinder, DOHC

Stroke: 77.0mm (3.03 in) x (2.11 in)

Compression Ratio: 1

Fuel System: Suzuki injection

Lubrication: Suzuki Sump System (SASS)

Electronic ignition (CDI)

5-speed constant mesh

Final Drive: Chain, 114 links

Overall Length: mm (85.4 in)

Overall Width: 830 mm in)

Seat Height: 955 mm (37.6 in)

Clearance: 345 mm (13.6 in)

Wheelbase: mm (58.1 in)

Curb Weight: kg (230 lbs)

Suzuki B-King Final Prototype
Suzuki B-King Final Prototype


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