This 1976 Suzuki GT500 Titan has undergone a restaurant racer-style modification, that includes a inexperienced racing-style gas tank with gold stripes and new emblems. The brown vinyl upholstered customized solo seat contrasts the design. Notable additions embrace an aluminum oil tank, a elegant aluminum entrance fender, LED headlights and taillight strip beneath the seat, rearsets, a heel/toe shifter, and a facet stand.
Stainless-steel spokes lace the Takasago Excel 18″ alloy rims, enveloped by Pirelli Sport Demon tires. Braking employs a drilled entrance rotor and rear drum, with substitute of the brake grasp cylinder and hydraulic line. Suspension includes a rebuilt telescopic fork with polished sliders, aluminum brace, and an adjustable monoshock sourced from a Honda CBR600RR, mounted on a modified swingarm.
The setup features a chrome drag-style handlebar, adorned with brown fish-scale grips, black bar-end mirrors, a Magura entrance brake lever, and a chrome 12k-rpm tachometer. The 492cc two-stroke parallel twin engine breathes by re-jetted twin 32mm Mikuni carburetors and chrome enlargement chambers. Energy transmission happens by a five-speed gearbox to the rear wheel.
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