Updates on my site
February 2006

Here follows the list of the new or updated stuff on my site. I try to keep this page up to date and write here every update on My Suzuki Pages that might interest you.

February 14
Time really flies. So long time has passed since I have been updating my site. I have only replied to messages I have received from you readers and not even to all of them. I simply haven't had the time. Anyway, I have made some updates on the site. First of all I try to take care of the long list of Visitors' Suzuki pictures with comments that still haven't ended up on my site, they keep coming and are, in many cases, interesting reading. An there's lots of pretty pictures. Here's a couple of them: ('83 GS750T, '79 GS750L, '81 GS850G, '81 GS550T, '80 GS1000G, ´79 GS850G, '80 GS550E. More will follow soon. Also the Visitors' GS750T pictures page is updated. Other updated pages: TS250 model history ('70 and '74 models info). New pages: GS750T brochure scans, GS750T adverts.

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Sometimes I get mail from people who complain that their favorite model is not on my site. In many cases they haven't even bothered to look properly or used the search engine. But there are still some models missing. I'm doing my best and will fill in the gaps as fast as I can. This is not my profession; I'm doing this in my spare time. I could use some help to be able to get more things done. Please send me pictures, brochures and specs – or complete model histories... Anything at all that can make the site more complete. Here's more info of how you can contact me.

One more thing: PLEASE visit the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) pages before sending me questions about your bikes, manuals etc. I would love to help you all but I haven't got enough time or knowledge to do that — perhaps you can find an answer to your question on the FAQ pages? Here's the link: Frequently Asked Questions

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