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Please send me pictures and facts of these models

I have put some pictures here of Suzuki motorcycles that I need more info and/or pictures of. Please take a look at the page and see if you could help me. I would be grateful of any contributions — sales brochures, magazine ads, magazine articles, pictures, specs, facts, corrections etc. Please scan the material in JPEG format (large enough that all the details are visible) and send them to me. Please tell me the source and the publication date if possible. If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow these instructions.

Updated: March 12, 2003

A very small scan of a a Japanese Colleda sales brochure from April 1956 I found on a Japanese website. According to the text on the page the brochure covers the following models: Mini Free, 150 ST, 125 ST, 125 COX and 250 TT. Please contact me if you have seen larger versions of this brochure anywhere or if you own the original brochure!

A very small scan of a a Japanese Colleda sales brochure from 1958 I found on a Japanese website. According to the text on the page the brochure is for a 1958 250cc Colleda. I reckon it must be the TM model? Please contact me if you have seen larger versions of this brochure anywhere or if you own the original brochure!

Another brochure of the 1958 250 TM? Please contact me if you have seen larger versions of this brochure anywhere or if you own the original brochure!

A very small scan of a a Japanese Colleda sales brochure from 1959 I found on a Japanese website. According to the text on the page the brochure is for a 1959 Seltwin 125 SB (here with a scooter style lower fairing). Please contact me if you have seen larger versions of this brochure anywhere or if you own the original brochure!

A very small scan of a a Japanese Colleda sales brochure from January 1959 I found on a Japanese website. According to the text on the page the brochure is for a 1959 125 ST-6. Please contact me if you have seen larger versions of this brochure anywhere or if you own the original brochure!

What is this?

What is this?

What is this?

What is this?
unknown 50cc Suzuki racer

Mario Eduardo Juszczyk from Argnetina mailed me these pictures of an unknown Suzuki racer from the sixties - at least it is built like racers were built back then.

He writes: I wonder if it's possible to get any information of this 50cc motorcycle; the year, model and how much can it be worth? It hurts that she is very small for my size.

I have no idea what it is. Does any of you readers have any suggestions? Perhaps you even know this specific bike's history? Who buil

These pictures can even be found on the Visitors' Suzuki section.

Colleda CO 1954
Engine type: 90 cc side-valve single cylinder four-stroke. 4 hp.
Three speeds, telescopic front forks ang plunger rear suspension.


Is this really a picture of a 90cc Colleda CO? Anyway, a better (larger) picture and more specs wanted!
Here's more 1954-year's models.

Colleda COXColleda COX 1955
Engine type: 123 cc side-valve single cylinder four-stroke.
Three speeds, telescopic front forks and plunger rear suspension.


More specs and info wanted!
Here's more 1955-year's models.

Colleda ST-2 '56Colleda ST-II 1956
Engine type: Air-cooled 123.18 cc single cylinder piston-valve 2-stroke. 7 hp.
Bore and stroke: 52 x 58 mm
Compression ratio: 7 :1


More specs and info wanted!
Here's more 1956-year's models.
Suzuki S31 S-31S 31 1963
Overall Length: 1 930 mm (76.0 in)
Overall Width: 675 mm (26.6 in)
Dry Weight: 120 kg (264 lbs)
Engine Type: Air-cooled 124 cc 2-stroke inline twin. 12.5 ps/ 8.000 rpm, 1.2 kg-m/ 6.000 rpm. 4 speeds.
Bore x stroke: 42 x 45 mm , Compres-sion Ratio: 7 ;1, Tank Capacity: 8 l,
Tyres: 3.00 - 16 R, 3.00-16, Uphill Power: 1/3, Top Speed: 115 km/h

A picture and more specs wanted!
Here's more 1965-year's models.
Unknown Suzuki modelB 100 1965
Overall length:
Overall width:
Overall height:
Wheelbase:
Dry weight:
Engine: Air-sooled 118cc single cylinder 2-stroke. 9.0 hp/ 7,000 rpm
4 speeds.

A picture and more specs wanted!
Here's more 1965-year's models.
Unknown Suzuki modelS 32 1965
Overall length: 1 900 mm (74.8 in)
Overall width: 765 mm (30.1 in)
Overall height: 1 000 mm (39.4 in)
Wheelbase: 1 260 mm (49.6 in)
Ground clearance: 130 mm (5.1 in)
Dry weight: 115 kg (253 lbs)
Engine type: Air-cooled 149 cc 2-stroke aluminum twin. 16 hp/ 8.000 rpm, 1,5 kg-m/ 7.000 rpm.

A picture and more specs wanted!
Here's more 1965-year's models.
PE175 PE-175 '82PE 175 1982
Do you have any specs for this bike? I also need more pictures and info of other models years of the same model.


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Here's more 1982-year's models.
DR125 DR125S '82DR 125 S 1982
Overall Length: 2,095 mm (82.5 in.)
Overall Width:
Overall Height:
Seat Height: 820 mm (32.3 in.)
Wheelbase: 1,345 mm (53.0 in.)
Ground Clearance: 265 mm (10.4 in.)
Dry Weight: 102 kg (225 lb.)
Engine type: Air-cooled 124 cc 1-cylinder, SOHC, 2 valves. 13 hp (9,5 kW)/ 9,500 rpm, 10 Nm (1,0 kg-m)/ 8,000 rpm.

More specs wanted!
Here's more 1982-year's models.

TS805X TS80 '84 TS 80 X 1984
Do you have any specs for the TS80X? I also need more pictures and info of other models years of the same model, and for the TS80ER as well. I also need RG80 Gamma pictures and specs!

Is it a 1984-year's model?

Here's even larger picture.
Here's more 1984-year's models.

RF 400 RV - what year?

Garry Kemp knew that the model is a RF400RV which features variable valve timing - identified by the red disc spiders and the "VC" logo on the fairing. But what year is the picture's bike from? Anyone?


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Here's more RF400RV info.


I take these pictures off this page as soon as I have more information so that I can put them on the year page where they belong. I thank everybody who are willing to help. If you are guessing, please tell me that also.

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