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Suzuki RG 50

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The model history

RG50 was first released in in January 1977 with a 50 cc single cylinder two-… It delivered 6,3 ps and was a simple and conventional with a steel pipe single mechanical disc at the rear and 17-inch wire An new model version with graphics was presented in October

The RG50E was released in March It was a bit more exclusive model star cast wheels. No modifications was made until 1980, when a two stage reed valve was mounted to the the engine, increasing the maximum output to 7,2 Ps The model was sold various names, in some of the world the model was known as the ZR50, or X-1.

As for all 50cc models, there significant differencies between the available in different parts of the In Finland, for instance, the maximum of a 50cc moped was restricted to 60 kg lbs) and the maximum power to 1,5 hp and maximum speed to 40 km/h.

the same mechanics but mounting wheels, high bars and a seat on the frame Suzuki even a custom model of the for the Japanese home market. The was called Mame Tan 50E Custom. the model was called OR50.

The OR50 was exported from in from 1979 to 1980. It was in 1981 with a bit less but still custom styled of the same bike, the ZR50L. larger wheels and looking like the GS450L, it was quite bike compared to the -almost-too-cool-

The design of the 1980 RG50E was all it took the twin style of its big RG200E/GT200E/X5 and RG250E/GT250-X7. The wheel was increased to 18 inches. A cheaper RG50T, based on the RG50/GT50/X1, was introduced in 1980.

The 1981 year’s RG50E got an fork, introduced by Suzuki at its GP racer in 1979, and hydraulic brake. A cheaper RG50T was released this year drum brakes, wire and a rear carrier.

The last version of the RG50E was released in (March 24th to be exact). It was in five different colors, the mudguard was finished in metallic paint and the whole electrical was upgraded. Finally, the water-cooled Gamma was released in December and the days of the air-cooled RG50E counted.

Note: as mentioned earlier, the power output of the 50 cc machines had variations in different parts of the depending of the regulations in each In some countries the maximum output and maximum speed restricted and in some countries the were sold with to meet the the valid regulations.

Suzuki RG 50

Suzuki year code: B

RG50 specifications (Japan)

Length: 1 815 mm (71.5 in)

Overall 685 mm (27.0 in)

Overall Height: 955 mm in)

Wheelbase: 1 170 mm (46.0 in)

Dry Weight: 76 kg (167 lbs)

Suzuki RG 50
Suzuki RG 50
Suzuki RG 50
Suzuki RG 50
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