The history of Suzuki GT 750

Suzuki GT 750 was first introduced to the public at the 17th annual Tokyo Motor Show in October 1970. Within a year, was launched in Japan and has been known to be a sport bike-tour. This model was developed by the likes of the Suzuki T500 with the nickname of “the pot” in Britain and was known as the “water buffalo” in the United States.

Suzuki GT 750 is a heavy bike weighs 500 pounds. But the reason for this is because of the incredible heavy ground behind him. The GT 750 has a 739cc three-cylinder two-stroke, which was equipped with a 70 x 64 mm bore and stroke. It also featured a gearbox five-speed exhaust of a three and four. The first model was known as the Suzuki GT 750J had a double-sided, double leading shoe.

The original GT 750 offers two colors consisting of Gold and Black. The gold color is very rare to find, as it was only available in some countries. A notable feature of the GT 750 is the SRIS (Suzuki recycling Injection System) allowing escape of the lower motorcycle and visible smoke. It was the first motorcycle to integrate only with a two-stroke engine.

In 1973, the 750K GT made its way onto the market, which contained two 295mm disc brakes and chrome extra. Shortly after the Suzuki GT 750L was introduced which has a rack mount, 40mm Mikuni CV type and even a gear indicator. Again, new paint schemes were available for Suzuki GT 750K. The 750K GT engine was redesigned to increase the power of a smooth70bhp for the Japanese domestic market, which opened in January 1974.

The second model last of the series of Suzuki GT 750K was launched in 1976 and has been known to produce little change, and not worth it. Although the body looks much smoother. The latest model developed by Suzuki when he reached the Suzuki GT 750 series was the 750B GT that incorporates a new color tank, brown faces instruments, and even a new flashing tail light.

Notes stricter emission was the fall of the GT 750 series late 1970 rolled in. Many new rules and competitions helped the GT 750 fall under the radar and never stop production. Very soon many developers have created four new racing bikes that officially ended the career of the Suzuki GT 750 series.

The GT 750 is to face competition no end in site. Unfortunately, however, the Suzuki GT 750 fell in line with the times and Suzuki knew it was time to end the model. This model is an addition collectors and anyone who possesses it must be kept in storage and only until one day occurs. Suzuki GT 750 series long life to those who have kept intact his bike all the time.

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