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1975 Suzuki GT750


1975 Suzuki GT750 Pictures
The radiator mounted ahead of the engine easily identified the 1975 Suzuki GT750 as liquid-cooled.
The radiator mounted ahead of the engine easily identified the 1975 Suzuki GT750 as liquid-cooled.

The 1975 Suzuki GT750 motorcycle's large-displacement, water-cooled engine earned it the nickname, "Water Buffalo."

The water-cooled engine required a coolant-temperature gauge, and it was mounted between the speedometer on the left and the tachometer on the right.
The water-cooled engine required a coolant-temperature gauge, and it was mounted between the speedometer on the left and the tachometer on the right.
Exhaust from the three-cylinder engine routed through a "three-into-four" arrangement with the center cylinder split between two smaller mufflers.
Exhaust from the three-cylinder engine routed through a "three-into-four" arrangement with the center cylinder split between two smaller mufflers.

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