Two machines carried a cc mill, while yet another, the new T, was listed with a whopping cc powerplant in its frame. The X6 Hustler was little changed from its debut offering and continued to be the biggest machine in the Suzuki ranks. Payment Notices For payment information please refer to the sale catalog. From rebuilding the crankshaft Tom has his own press and the jig to line up the crankshaft to lacing the wheels, Tom attended to every facet of the restoration to achieve the standard he sought. Attention to detail on the engine is nothing short of spectacular on the Suzuki X6 Hustler.
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I measured the distance between notches on the needle and cut that much off the back of all the slides and raised the needle one notch to get the midrange back to stock. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Suzuki T I dunked it in a lake , rode it down railroad tracks , won a trophy drag racing it , dreamed of road racing the biek , and just really enjoyed owning a great motorcycle. The replacement T10 appeared in sporting, among numerous improvements, Suzuki's new 'CCI' pumped lubrication system. With the T10 from leading the way, the X-6 set new standards for style in the rapidly expanding field of mid-size bikes from Japan. It featured automatic oil injection, but more importantly, it was the first six speed motorcycle ever to go into full production. By then I was getting really good at it and the new "Stock" demo beat them more baddly than the 1st one.
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The parallel twin Masanao designed was a 2-stroke, as were all Suzuki engines until The 23rd Amelia Island Concours. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. At the height of its popularity the factory was churning out nearly 5, per month, although the total production run world wide amounted to 35, in just over three years. See each listing for international postage options and costs. A deal was made and Tom brought his new ride home. At the time, one of the best stoppers in the business.
Classic Motorcycle Touring and Events. I had heard about it and read about them but honestly, when it pulled up along side of us, all I could think of was what a dull looking bike. I was a student in college and several of us had the x-6 bikes. Ok, it was Japanese styling of the time. Payment Notices For payment information please refer to the sale catalog. Contact Us Advertise MotorcycleForum.