Suzuki GS1000G, GS1000GL

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1980 Suzuki year T

A shaft-driven heavy weight GS1000G, fitted with a 22 (5.8 US gal) fuel was introduced in May 1980 as a 1980 model (GS1000GT). Except for differences and the shaft drive, the had a lot in common with the rest of the model family. Manufactured 1980 and 1982.

By the time the 1100cc engine was developed, the 8-valve 1000cc four, was also building a sports with shaft drive, on the GS750 engine. In Japan you choose between the GS750G or but the rest of the world could buy the version, starting from It sold well but many wished that Suzuki had the more powerful 1000cc

They didn’t have to that long. The GS1000G the following year. Parts of the were similar to the GS1000E and parts of it came from the

The cylinders, cylinder head, and carburetors came from the and so did even the whole big end, from the primary transmission, was modified.

The gearbox comes from the the only difference being couple of the sprockets are hardened to against the higher torque. The overall gearing ratios are compared to the GS850G, depending on a sprockets between the gearbox and the

Suzuki put a lot of effort and in money in a shaft drive that have the negative effect the always had, lifting the end when accelerating, and managedquite -It is actually the first shaft motorcycle we have ridden feels like it was chain a reporter from a Swedish magazine wrote back in the eighties.

As its chain driven sister, the touring model had advanced of the big brother was more advanced, 37mm Kayaba air and oil dampened fork and Kayaba rear The model had 275mm (10.8 in) disc at the front and similar disc at the rear. The front was considered excellent in 1980 but the brake was almost too efficient, it too easy to lock the rear

The claimed maximum power is the same for the chain and shaft machines but there is a difference the models. The GS1000G has different and the maximum torque is gained at revs. That, and the air filter from the smaller GS850G to slightly lower power compared to the GS1000E.

Available in Black or Red.

GS 1000 G

Overall Length: 2 300 mm (90.6 in)

Width: 905 mm (35.6 in)

Suzuki GS 1000

Overall 1 260 mm (49.6 in)

Wheelbase: 1 525 mm (60.0 in)

Clearance: 155 mm (6.1 in)

Dry Weight: 250 kg lbs)

Engine type: 997 cc inline-4, DOHC, 8 valves. 90 ps (66 8.500 rpm, 8,0 kg-m/ rpm.

GS1000GL 1980

Length: 2 275 mm (89.6 in)

Overall 900 mm (35.4 in)

Suzuki GS 1000
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