Suzuki GS750, GS750E, GS750G, GS750GL 1977-1981

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Suzuki GS 50

1976 Suzuki year A

Presented in October 1976, was the the first four-… engined motorcycle after 22 years of 2-… engines from The Colleda 90cc COX was the first, but the was discontinued soon after its in 1954 and after that concentrated in deleveloping great machines.

Although Suzuki had been known as the home of and for years let other manufacturors go with their complicated and four-strokes. Honda presented its already in the late sixties a emmidiate success. Suzuki’s in form of the great new two-strokes in the T and in the GT family were great in the early seventies but were hopefully out-of-date.

When even the RE5 with engine turned out to be unsuccesful, it was for Suzuki to think again. New emission regulations were in the USA (California) killing the eventual of making even more two-… machines. No, Suzuki had to its pride and go with the flow.

The name of the game was four-….

four’strokes were introduced in the ’76: GS750, GS550 and All three of them had similar and specification other than the had a cross-mount inline twin, gearbox and drum rear The 550cc and 750cc versions had speeds and disc brakes and rear.

All GS models had two valves per cylinder, overhead camshafts, tubular craddle frame, telescopic and pivoted-fork rear suspension, gauge, gear indicator and starter.

Suzuki Motor started the engineering of the four-… already in 1972 (some say 1973) and enormous sums of was spent in designing a reliable and engines. Today we know the efforts paid off, the GS had great engines that durable and also beautiful.

At first the GS750 had a single brake at the front and steel wheels, but already in January the the model had double disc at the From the beginning the model had gearbox, electric starter and 12V system with conventional and coil ignition (the CDI wasn’t introduced until to the until with the 16 valve a couple of years later).

The suspension was conventional coil and telescopic front fork, the suspension also conventional swingarm with self-adjusting suspension. The swing arm had roller instead of the bushings like in other motorcycles, for durability.

The GSX750 engine with mm bore and 56,4 mm … 63-72 hp, depending on the export Even the restricted versions West-Germany etc.) were enough to give the GS750 a top of 200 km/h, making the GS750 than any other Japanese in 1976.

GS 750 1976

Overall Length: mm (87.6 in)

Overall Width: 855 mm in)

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