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Suzuki models 1961

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Colleda 250TB '60Colleda 250 TB 1961
Overall Length: 2 050 mm (80.7 in)
Overall Width: 640 mm (25.2 in)
Overall Height: 960 mm (37.8 in)
Wheelbase: 1 350 mm (53.1 in)
Engine type: Air-cooled 246 cc parallel twin, 2-stroke. 20 hp/ 6,000 rpm, 1,9 kg-m/ 6,000 rpm.


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Suzuki RT61 1961
Engine type: Air-cooled 124.62 cc 2-cylinder rotary valve 2-stroke. 15 ps/ 10,000 rpm.
Bore x stroke: 44 x 41 mm
Carburetor type: M22
Compression ratio: 8.8:1
Top speed: 150km/h
Clutch type: Dry multiple plates
Transmission: 6 gears
Tyres: 2.50-18 / 2.50-18
Brake type (front): 2 drums, 1 cam
Brake type (rear): 1 drum, 1 cam

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