Specifications for a 1974 Suzuki TS100 Enduro

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The 1974 Suzuki TS100 is a two-stroke motorcycle designed by the Suzuki Motor Corporation, a Japanese multinational, for the Enduro, off-road, long-distance motorcycle races. However, this bike is a dual-sport motorcycle, meaning that it is completely street legal. The "100" in the bike's name refers to the displacement of its engine, measured in cubic centimeters.

Powertrain

  • The 1974 Suzuki TS100 is equipped with a 97.00 cc, or 5.92-cubic inches, two-stroke, single-cylinder engine. The engine features a 1.9-inch bore, a 2.4-inch stroke and a 6.5:1 compression ratio. The engine delivers modest 10.8 horsepower at 7,000 rpm with the maximum torque of 8.43 foot-pounds at 6,000 rpm. The engine cannot make more than 9,000 rpm. It is started by a kick. The motorcycle has a six-speed chain transmission. The maximum speed is 73 mph.

Physical Measurements and Capacities

  • The 1974 Suzuki TS100 is 78.7 inches long, 33.5 inches wide and 41.7 inches high. The ground clearance measures 7.7 inches. The motorcycles weighs 202 lbs. The TS100 comes with a 1.70-gallon fuel tank. The bike comes in Gypsy Red and Star dust Silver Metallic colors.

Other Specifications

  • The 1974 Suzuki TS100 is equipped with a telescopic-, oil-dampened front suspension and a swing arm, oil-dampened rear suspension. The motorcycle features drum front and rear brakes. The bike comes with a 2.75 by 19 with four-pr front tire and a 3.00 by 18 with four-pr rear tire.

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