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.
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.
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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