The Suzuki GS300 is a lightweight cruiser motorbike produced between 1982 and 1984 by the Suzuki Motor Corporation, a Japanese maker of ATVs and motorcycles. The bike was equipped with a small two-cylinder engine, a point-less ignition and an electric starter. The Suzuki GS300 came in two colors: black and red metallic.
The Suzuki GS300 has a four stroke, air cooled, DOHC engine with two cylinders. The engine features a 62mm bore and a 49.6mm stoke. The compression ratio is 8.9 to 1. The engine is equipped with a Mikuni BS30SS twin carburetor. The engine is started by an electric starter. The Suzuki GS300 comes with a five-speed transmission.
Physical Measurements and Capacities
The motorcycle is 79.5 inches long, 33.1 inches wide and 43.3 inches high. The wheelbase and ground clearance measure 55.5 and 5.5 inches, respectively. The Suzuki GS300 weighs 351 lbs. The motorcycle is equipped with a 13.0 liter, or 3.43 gallon, fuel tank.
The Suzuki GS300 comes with a telescopic front suspension with coil springs and oil-damped shock absorbers. The bike's swing-arm rear suspension has oil-damped shock absorbers and five-way adjustable springs. The motorcycle is equipped with expanding internal front and rear brakes. The Suzuki GS300 has a 3.60S18-4PR front tire and a 4.60S16-4PR rear tire.
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