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Pictures of visitors' Suzuki motorcycles
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Here are some pictures of Suzuki motorcycles visitors of My Suzuki Pages have sent me. Send a picture of your bike here. Use JPEG format. Please tell us your name, hometown and country, purchase date and your personal comments of your Suzuki. Don't forget to tell the model name and model year of your bike.

Click on the images to view them in a larger format. There's more links to visitors' motorcycles at the bottom of this page!



'67 Suzuki M15D 50cc
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'67 Suzuki M15D 50cc .'67 Suzuki M15D 50cc
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'67 Suzuki M15D 50cc
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1967 Suzuki M 15 D
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Owner: William Spiller, France

Comments:”Hello Jarmo, I found your site looking for wiring diagrams for my M15D which, I have been told, is from 1967.
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I was given the bike by a friend after helping them tidy up their garage. I know very little about the bike, but I am trying to get her up together.
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I'm missing quite a few part... kick, headlight, taillights and indicators and cowling for the headlight, AND the wiring has been all taken apart and I have no idea where to start with the electrics! Any help greatly accepted... on your site you say you have a wiring diagram for example... but anywhere to look for parts (posting to France!) would be great too!”

My reply:Good luck wit the renovation! I can't help you with the hunting for parts but I hope you find the bits you are missing.



Here's one even larger picture.
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Here's more Suzuki M series info.
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'84 Suzuki GSX400FWS
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1984 Suzuki GSX 400 FWS
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Owner: Daniele Orlando

Comments:”Hello, you have very great website! I have a bike Suzuki GSX400 FWS mod GK71C color black stickers red silver gray. I am looking for the color code 58F for this bike. But the problem is that I cannot find anywhere this color code 58F. Probably you can help me to find the analog code for this particular color?! Or may I buy the color somewhere?”

My reply: The color is 58F (Pearl Black). Today there seem to be contemporary colors like 33J Pearl Novelty Black, 4CX, 4DX and 4EX Pearl Nebular Black. Some of them could be comparable color. Unfortunately I'm not an expert on this. Good luck with your search!
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Here's more Suzuki GSX series info.
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'96 Suzuki K90 Japan

'95 Suzuki RG125 Japan
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'95 Suzuki RG125 Japan.'95 Suzuki RG125 Gamma
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'95 Suzuki RG125 Japan
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'95 Suzuki K125 Japan
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'95 Suzuki K125 Japan
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1996 Suzuki K 90
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1995 RG 125 Gamma
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1995 Suzuki K 125
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Owner: Namiki, Japan

Comments: ”Hi Jarmo. your site is very interesting. I'm glad there are people who like Suzuki also overseas.
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I am not good at English, but I would like to use my translation site to send photos of my bikes.
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I bought my K90 in 2014 and sold it 2015 when I bought my K125. My father bought the RG125 in 2000 and I have been riding it since 2018.
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The K90 is all original, and so is the RG125. The K125 has got 0.25mm oversize piston , PCX125 (300mm) rear shocks and changed front sprocket from 16 (normal) to 17.
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The K90 was the first bike I got a license for. It was very light, easy to use and fun to manipulate. It was a bit weak in the crosswind.
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Unlike K90, K125 can run with great weight and stability. There is also a large tank with 13 liters of gasoline, so it is very easy to run 400 km without refueling.
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The RG125 is very fast and as exciting as it could be a racer.
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I like your site very much. I will come to see it again. bye bye ”

I'm happy to hear from my visitors from Japan! I hope more readers from the land of the rising sun will send me their bike pictures.


Namiki's bikes shown here (in this order):
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• '96 K90 without the big carrier box
(here's even larger picture of that one)
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• '96 K90 & '95 RG125
(here's even larger picture of that one
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• '95 RG125 parked by a country road #1
(here's even larger picture of that one)
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• '95 RG125 parked by a country road #2
(here's even larger picture of that one)
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• '95 K125 & '95 RG125
(here's even larger picture of that one)
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• '95 K125 in the country
(here's even larger picture of that one)
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• '95 K125 with a yellow carrier box
(here's even larger picture of that one)

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Here's another picture of the K90.


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Here's more Suzuki K series info.
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Here's more Suzuki RG series info.
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Here's more Suzuki K series info.
an old and crappy Suzuki K125
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Blue K125 covered with dust.Dusty Suzuki K125 in desert
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Here's even larger picture of the K125.
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1974 Suzuki K 125
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Owner: Wasfi Allahuddin

Comments: ”Hi there, I was looking for a simply old school bike for my weekend cruise and came across this bike as per attached picture. I fell in love with it straight away and decided to do some research on it before committing into a restoration project on the bike.
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I came across your website and found it very informative. Based on the pictures in your website, this looks like K125 model from 1974.
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I have a few questions and need some advice: Is this the K125 from 1974? If not, please help to advice what model it is? Are the parts easily available online?
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Is blue an original color for this model or was it repainted? Do you think it worth to restore or I'm better off spending my time and money on another bike? Thanking you in advance for your time and advice on this.”

It looks like it's seen better days. The K125 was manufactured virtually unchanged for decades and there should be lots of parts available at least in Japan. I think that blue can be original color but I am not sure.
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Black Suzuki K125
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Black Suzuki K125.Black Suzuki K125
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Here's even larger picture of the K125.
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1974 Suzuki K 125
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Owner: Suresh from Sri Lanka, I think

Comments: ”Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.”

Normally I wouldn't post any visitors' bike bictures that are sent to me without any comments. Especially when the photos are not that great.
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However, I was searching for K125 pictures and they are quite rare in the Western countries. I found these photos in my mailbox, sent to me by someone who even forgot to tell me his last name or where he lived.
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I decided to use the pictures.
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I tried to locate the home of this old bike by searching the Internet for license plates that could look like this. I didn't find a perfect match but the thingy after the ”81” in the beginning looks like something they used to have in Sri Lanka license plates.
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I'm not sure of the model year of the bike.

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Here's more Suzuki K series info.
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