Water Buffalo, Wasserbueffel, call it what you want... The GT750
was Suzuki's watercooled two stroke tour de force. Launched
in '72 as an alternative to Honda's CB750 and Kawasaki's three
cylinder rocket ships, it quickly became apparent that it couldn't
really compete with either in outright performance, but it won
many people over with it's smooth power delivery and road manners.
However, do not underestimate the potential of a tuned GT750
motor, in race trim it won championships in the hands of none
other than Barry Sheene.
It also makes a pretty damn good cafe racer.
With a curb weight of 524lbs the Suzuki GT750 needs putting
on a serious diet and our parts will go a long way to assist
in that department, not to mention they look damn sexy!
We've got a mold for the infamous Reimo style
of fuel tank and a TR750 seat.
The bike on the left belongs to dutchman Ron
Moolenaar, who's owned this genuine cafe racer with the original
Reimo tank for over 30 years.