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14034 Tamiya Suzuki GSX750S New Katana

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The original Suzuki "Katana", released in 1981, has been so popular worldwide, that the company unveiled the "New Katana" in October 1983. Designed by Hans A. Muth of West Germany, this futuristic looking machine captured the attention of all motorcycle lovers, and has made the Japanese name Katana known far and wide. The four cylinder 1100cc machine which was available outside of Japan due to restrictions on cubic size in Japan, became a very popular touring machine. The Japanese motorcycle enthusiast also wanted this styling for their bikes in Japan and the Suzuki came out with the 750cc version for them. At this particular time, the Honda CB750F was the number one seller, but with the release of the GSX750S Katana, the competition became fierce. In 1983 some subtle changes were made on the original design and it was called the Katana II. It had a front 16 inch and a rear 17 inch wheel and the power was upgraded to 72hp. Nothing dramatic, but enough to keep up the good sales.

In October 1983, the Japanese motorcycle fans gathered for the opening of the annual manufacturers showing of new bikes, and over in the Suzuki corner was the third generation of the Katana. It is a complete model change, not just a face-lift, and even more futuristic than before. Designed by the Suzuki company, it still has the popular Hans Muth lines, but now sports a fully retractable headlamp making the wedge shaped front end even sharper. The mechanics are based upon the original bike; however, with a new Positive Damping Fork (P.D.F.) in front. The famous motocross Full Floater suspension is used for the rear wheel damping. Using an air cooled DOHC 16 valve, four cylinder engine of 747cc's it develops a full 77hp. Designed newly for the GSX750E this engine uses and Oil Jet Piston Cooling System within the engine for even temperature running. The centre of gravity is a little lower than in the original model for even more stable running, and much of the new technology utilised in it's design comes from Suzuki's considerable knowledge of racing motorcycles. Suzuki is to be commended for coming up with this eye pleasing, sure to be popular, state of the art in motorcycle design.
Overall Length: 182mm, Overall Width: 63mm, Overall Height: 96mm

14034 Tamiya Suzuki GSX750S New Katana

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Product Code: TA14034
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The original Suzuki "Katana", released in 1981, has been so popular worldwide, that the company unveiled the "New Katana" in October 1983. Designed by Hans A. Muth of West Germany, this futuristic looking machine captured the attention of all motorcycle lovers, and has made the Japanese name Katana known far and wide. The four cylinder 1100cc machine which was available outside of Japan due to restrictions on cubic size in Japan, became a very popular touring machine. The Japanese motorcycle enthusiast also wanted this styling for their bikes in Japan and the Suzuki came out with the 750cc version for them. At this particular time, the Honda CB750F was the number one seller, but with the release of the GSX750S Katana, the competition became fierce. In 1983 some subtle changes were made on the original design and it was called the Katana II. It had a front 16 inch and a rear 17 inch wheel and the power was upgraded to 72hp. Nothing dramatic, but enough to keep up the good sales.

In October 1983, the Japanese motorcycle fans gathered for the opening of the annual manufacturers showing of new bikes, and over in the Suzuki corner was the third generation of the Katana. It is a complete model change, not just a face-lift, and even more futuristic than before. Designed by the Suzuki company, it still has the popular Hans Muth lines, but now sports a fully retractable headlamp making the wedge shaped front end even sharper. The mechanics are based upon the original bike; however, with a new Positive Damping Fork (P.D.F.) in front. The famous motocross Full Floater suspension is used for the rear wheel damping. Using an air cooled DOHC 16 valve, four cylinder engine of 747cc's it develops a full 77hp. Designed newly for the GSX750E this engine uses and Oil Jet Piston Cooling System within the engine for even temperature running. The centre of gravity is a little lower than in the original model for even more stable running, and much of the new technology utilised in it's design comes from Suzuki's considerable knowledge of racing motorcycles. Suzuki is to be commended for coming up with this eye pleasing, sure to be popular, state of the art in motorcycle design.
Overall Length: 182mm, Overall Width: 63mm, Overall Height: 96mm

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14034 Tamiya Suzuki GSX750S New Katana

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Product Code: TA14034
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
£17.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
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Original Price: £19.99loading

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  • Description
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The original Suzuki "Katana", released in 1981, has been so popular worldwide, that the company unveiled the "New Katana" in October 1983. Designed by Hans A. Muth of West Germany, this futuristic looking machine captured the attention of all motorcycle lovers, and has made the Japanese name Katana known far and wide. The four cylinder 1100cc machine which was available outside of Japan due to restrictions on cubic size in Japan, became a very popular touring machine. The Japanese motorcycle enthusiast also wanted this styling for their bikes in Japan and the Suzuki came out with the 750cc version for them. At this particular time, the Honda CB750F was the number one seller, but with the release of the GSX750S Katana, the competition became fierce. In 1983 some subtle changes were made on the original design and it was called the Katana II. It had a front 16 inch and a rear 17 inch wheel and the power was upgraded to 72hp. Nothing dramatic, but enough to keep up the good sales.

In October 1983, the Japanese motorcycle fans gathered for the opening of the annual manufacturers showing of new bikes, and over in the Suzuki corner was the third generation of the Katana. It is a complete model change, not just a face-lift, and even more futuristic than before. Designed by the Suzuki company, it still has the popular Hans Muth lines, but now sports a fully retractable headlamp making the wedge shaped front end even sharper. The mechanics are based upon the original bike; however, with a new Positive Damping Fork (P.D.F.) in front. The famous motocross Full Floater suspension is used for the rear wheel damping. Using an air cooled DOHC 16 valve, four cylinder engine of 747cc's it develops a full 77hp. Designed newly for the GSX750E this engine uses and Oil Jet Piston Cooling System within the engine for even temperature running. The centre of gravity is a little lower than in the original model for even more stable running, and much of the new technology utilised in it's design comes from Suzuki's considerable knowledge of racing motorcycles. Suzuki is to be commended for coming up with this eye pleasing, sure to be popular, state of the art in motorcycle design.
Overall Length: 182mm, Overall Width: 63mm, Overall Height: 96mm

14034 Tamiya Suzuki GSX750S New Katana

Price: £17.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
RRP: £19.99loading you save £2.00loading
0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA14034
Brand: Tamiya
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
Quantity:
  | 
 

  • Description
  • Features
The original Suzuki "Katana", released in 1981, has been so popular worldwide, that the company unveiled the "New Katana" in October 1983. Designed by Hans A. Muth of West Germany, this futuristic looking machine captured the attention of all motorcycle lovers, and has made the Japanese name Katana known far and wide. The four cylinder 1100cc machine which was available outside of Japan due to restrictions on cubic size in Japan, became a very popular touring machine. The Japanese motorcycle enthusiast also wanted this styling for their bikes in Japan and the Suzuki came out with the 750cc version for them. At this particular time, the Honda CB750F was the number one seller, but with the release of the GSX750S Katana, the competition became fierce. In 1983 some subtle changes were made on the original design and it was called the Katana II. It had a front 16 inch and a rear 17 inch wheel and the power was upgraded to 72hp. Nothing dramatic, but enough to keep up the good sales.

In October 1983, the Japanese motorcycle fans gathered for the opening of the annual manufacturers showing of new bikes, and over in the Suzuki corner was the third generation of the Katana. It is a complete model change, not just a face-lift, and even more futuristic than before. Designed by the Suzuki company, it still has the popular Hans Muth lines, but now sports a fully retractable headlamp making the wedge shaped front end even sharper. The mechanics are based upon the original bike; however, with a new Positive Damping Fork (P.D.F.) in front. The famous motocross Full Floater suspension is used for the rear wheel damping. Using an air cooled DOHC 16 valve, four cylinder engine of 747cc's it develops a full 77hp. Designed newly for the GSX750E this engine uses and Oil Jet Piston Cooling System within the engine for even temperature running. The centre of gravity is a little lower than in the original model for even more stable running, and much of the new technology utilised in it's design comes from Suzuki's considerable knowledge of racing motorcycles. Suzuki is to be commended for coming up with this eye pleasing, sure to be popular, state of the art in motorcycle design.
Overall Length: 182mm, Overall Width: 63mm, Overall Height: 96mm