Suzuki T20 Super Six / X6 Hustler 1965—1967
T20 features listed above are:
1) Racing type double leading shoe 8'' front brake
2) Aluminium alloy twin cylinder engine
3) Close ratio 6-speed transmission
4) Twin 24mm carburettors
5) POSI-FORCE lubrication
6) Air pump
7) Scientifically designed quiet efficient mufflers
8) Safe powerful 8'' front brake
9) Wide type tail lamp
10) Safe bright turn signal lamps
11) 3 position adjustable shock absorbers
12) Wide, comfortable dual seat
13) 3.7 gal (14 litre) gasoline tank
14) Racing type throttle
15) Easy-to-read tachometer and speedometer
16) Sturdy oil damped telescopic front fork
17) 12 Volt fully approved lighting system
|The 1965 Suzuki X6 Hustler also called the T20 Super Six |
Capacity: 247cc Power Output: 29 bhp/ 7.500rpm. Weight: 143 kg (316 lbs) Top Speed: 145 kph (90 mph)
When Suzuki introduced the X6 in 1965 it caused an immediate stir, especially among lovers of light-weight high-performance engines. The small 247cc air-cooled two-stroke engine was capable of almost 90mph and the motorcycle was suprisingly sophisticated.
The goal was to get 100 hp per one liter cylinder volyme, that is 25 hp from a 250 cc engine. Suzuki engineers acchieved this gole and even better. The 250 cc Super T21 (very similar to T20) that came 1966 had even more power: 30,5 hp.
Excuse the sepo typo's
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