have put some Suzuki TM-75 brochures and facts on this page.
Please send me more stuff to put here. I want brochures from all over
Suzuki year code: L
1974 magazine ad: TM motocross lineup, two pages.
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The TM75 was very much based on the Suzuki TS50, infact they both
use the same frame. Mainly a schoolboy scrambler starter bike
the TM75 is probably more famous as a pit bike for the road racing
stars like Barry Sheene. It had a rotary disc induction with the
carburettor on the right hand side of the engine. It had the Suzuki
posi-force two stroke lubrication system with oil tank under the
right hand number plate.
The clutch was operated by a worm mechanism on the left side engine
cover and unlike the other TMs it had points ignition.
The engine hung off the frame and the front frame down tubes were
just there for show. Footrests were rubber covered folding type
off the TS100 and as a safety measure a chain guard was fitted
above the swinging arm. It had a rod operated rear brake and its
own ally forks. The fuel tank had dark green/white stipes that
did a U round the rear of the tank.
1974 TM-75 L sales brochure. Click to enlarge.
1975 Suzuki year code: M
Just a few changes over the previous models for the M model The
fuel tank was all yellow with the Suzuki logo written over a rising
sun type design.
1976 Suzuki year code: A
Virtually the same as the 74/75 models the TM75A model
was the last TM made and had the following changes : The fuel
tank had just the Suzuki name on it, the front number plate was
now black and the side panels were yellow with black number plates
stuck on. Front forks had been changed and the exhaust had a rear
silencer on it to keep the noise down, as well as having a black
coloured exhaust cover instead of the earlier chrome type.
TM-75 sales brochure. Click
What year is this brochure from? Could it be 1976? Please tell
me if you know.
Suzuki TM series
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