Suzuki water buffalo for sale




Suzuki water buffalo for sale

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    The Suzuki GT was a smokin' liquid-cooled 2-stroke triple " Superbike" Suzuki reacted by releasing the Suzuki GT, a water- cooled, cc motorcycle that would bring about the end of the famed Water Buffalo. Despite If you have done articles in previous issues are they available to purchase??.

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Despite the fact that most bikes of this caliber were now using twin-disc brakes on their front wheels, the engineers at Suzuki decided to stick with a front drum. All of this probably would have been forgiven had it been faster. This is a very good example; I recall hearing them run and I was impressed with their muted, crackling, rolling exhaust note. More of a pamphlet, actually. The connecting pipe between the left and right exhaust pipes was also deleted.

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Suzuki GT Water Buffalo

    If you're on the lookout for an exceptional vintage motorcycle coming up for sale, hoping to find a nice classic, you'll constantly see great examples of all of the usual suspects, the CB, Kawasaki Z1s, every variety of Triumph and Norton, and many, many others, but it's nice to see really clean examples of bikes like this one, a Suzuki GT The GT is a two stroke triple, and, though the water cooled engine has a somewhat unique appearance, overall it still comes across as a universal Japanese motorcycle similar in design to the four strokes of the era.

    Flat seat, upright ergonomics, it's hard to describe the combination of styling cues that instantly fits into our brain's idea of what a motorcycle is supposed to look like, but the Suzuki does a pretty good job. The Kawasaki triples, emphasizing their engines, tried hard to stand apart visually from the styling of the four strokes, the GT was far more subtle, and to my eye, better looking, though tastes vary. This particular bike appears to be in extremely good, unrestored condition, relatively low miles, perfect for a collector or even someone who needs a vintage rider for bike night.

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    As with all of the other two strokes, tighter emission regulations pushed the the GT off the showroom floor, the engine controls available today weren't invented yet, but it might have been interesting to see what bikes like this one would have turned into if they'd had a chance to stick around. Suzuki GT on eBay. Kind of like the new CBF…. Are manufacturers forgetting the idea that, perhaps, bikes sold much better in those days because they were small, light, affordable, and universally styled.

    Now they think that we want huge, heavy, expensive bikes that immediately slot us into some stereotype role. Well, maybe some people want that but not me. Or to put it another way, one with a full tank weighs the same as the other with an empty tank. The GT also weighed more than the CB of that time. More than the Sportster of the same year as well.

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Knew a guy who had one of these in South Africa. I never owned one but had friends that did. This was a solid and reliable bike. Just as comfortable on a cross country cruise as a cruise to town. I would jump at the chance to own one. Steve, Just how interested in owning one are you? I have one that needs restored. Less than 20K miles……. I love all things two stroke… this one is too good of shape for me, considering I would want to cafe it out what would I do with the radiator?

    One of the best bikes I ever had the pleasure of owning. Mine was a model and was one of the most dependable bikes I ever rode. It was a great touring bike of its day. First, that seat is just awful and really detracts from otherwise really nice work.

    And why do people still insist on using thick, reinforced automotive fuel lines with hose clamps on motorcycles?

    Suzuki water buffalo for sale

    Because they can just go to an auto parts store and force the stuff to fit. Left sidecover held on with allen bolt and huge washer. Busted my ride all up pretty good. The GT was a big hit in Europe and deservedly so. A friend of mine had one and loved it. I do like 70s two strokes and the Suzuki triples are a lot easier to live with than the Kawasakis — it depends if you want a relatively relaxing and easy going ride or a bike for straight line speed and wheelies I suppose.

    I had one of these,the choice between a brand new Suzuki rotory or the demo GT for the same price. Luckily I picked the GT and did some serious touring and daily commutes. Fantastic bike and the engine was turbine smooth compared with all the big four strokes around at the time. It used to get smokey in heavy stop go traffic,but on the open road it cleared its throat and was superb. And I was good to go for miles. AND it was all weather.

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