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Suzuki GT350 1971

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Suzuki 1971
More Suzuki models from 1971
1971 Suzuki year code: R

Looking very much alike the T350, Suzuki Motor Company released the GT350 in Japan in '71. As far as I know, the T350 and GT350 were identical, expect for the engine power output that was restricted in Japan.
Suzuki GT350 GT-350 '71 Japan modelGT 350 1971
Overall Length: 2 010 mm (79.1 in)
Overall Width: 870 mm (34.3 in)
Overall Height: 1 105 mm (43.5 in)
Wheelbase: 1 295 mm (51.0 in)
Ground Clearance: 160 mm (6.3 in)
Dry Weight: 147 kg (323 lbs)
Engine type: Air-cooled 315 cc parallel twin, piston-valve sleeved aluminum 2-stroke. 33,5 ps/ 8.000 rpm, 3,13 kg-m/ 7.500 rpm.

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T350 was called GT350 in Japan.
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