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Suzuki Moto History
October 1966, the year was marked by the debut of the company beautiful road racing motorcycle Suzuki 250 T20. It was equipped with an unusual then separate lubrication system that allows the driver when filling not get their hands dirty. T20 waited worldwide success, and the bike for a few years has become the hallmark of the company. I buy it in Europe and America, noting phenomenal reliability. Time passed, consumers demanded more power for that Suzuki in 1969 proposed a model T500 equipped with a two-cylinder two-stroke engine of 492 cm3 and a power of 46 hp The device has attracted fans of fast driving, it accelerates to 190 km / h. Firmly established itself as the best producer in the world of motorcycles with two-stroke engines, the company makes another step in the race capacity. Suzuki GT750 equipped with a three-cylinder two-stroke engine has liquid cooling gave 67 "horses", which at that time was a serious competitor to other "Japanese". The market is not too warmly received novelty - in fashion motorcycles with four-stroke engines. And then Suzuki gets the piano out of the bushes - a motorcycle with a rotary engine. But buyers of the exotic Suzuki RE5 not "wilt" and the motorcycle was not late in the production program of the company's management has decided not to tempt fate let all the power to create a four-stroke engines. Thus was born a series of motorcycles GS, and her first-born, and Suzuki GS400 Suzuki GS750. Since 1978, the year the program of the company motorcycles with two-stroke engines do not dominate - Suzuki has made another step to today's prosperous state.