Suzuki T20

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thumb|right|A 1967 Suzuki T20The Suzuki T20 was the first production six speed motorcycle in the world. It was first manufactured in 1965 ( but introduced as a 1966 model) and was produced until the end of the 1968 model year. It was superseded by an updated version which was designated the T250-1. It was a 247 cc two-stroke twin with many advanced features for the time and its superb performance and reliability helped establish Suzuki's position as a major motorcycle manufacturer.

In the UK the T20 was called the 'Super Six' although in the USA the bike was designated as an X6 with the advertising department tacking on the name of "Hustler".

Advertising brochures produced by Suzuki listed the following features to be found on the new model:

  • Claimed power of 29 hp
  • Claimed weight of 297 lb (135 kg)
  • Racing type double leading shoe 8 inch front brake
  • Aluminium alloy twin cylinder engine
  • Close ratio 6-speed transmission
  • Twin 24 mm carburettors
  • POSI-FORCE lubrication
  • Air pump
  • Scientifically designed quiet efficient mufflers
  • Safe powerful 8 inch rear brake
  • Wide type tail lamp
  • Safe bright turn signal lamps
  • 3 position adjustable shock absorbers
  • Wide, comfortable dual seat
  • 3.7 US gal (14 litre) gasoline tank <!--seems like a strange unit choice-->
  • Racing type throttle
  • Easy-to-read tachometer and speedometer
  • Sturdy oil damped telescopic front fork
  • 12 volt fully approved lighting system

In comparison to British motorcycles at the time, this was...
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