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Suzuki T350 magazine articles

I have put some T-350 magazine articles on this page. I would be grateful of any contributions — sales brochures, magazine ads, magazine articles, pictures, specs, facts, corrections etc. Please scan the material in JPEG format (large enough that all the details are visible) and send them to me. Please tell me the source and the publication date if possible. If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow these instructions.

Suzuki 1971More Suzuki models from 1971
Suzuki T350 comparison test
1971 Suzuki year code: R

Suzuki T350 R Rebel presentation (Tekniikan Maailma 14/1971, Finland). Click to enlarge. A Finnish magazine article about the Suzuki T350R and Honda CB750, with the headline ”The rebel and the king”. As you could guess, the Suzuki 315cc was the rebel and the Honda 750cc the king. 1971 was the first year the T350 was imported to Finland.

The journalist, Tapio Sunell, told that the T350 had been on the market a year already and it seems to think that the T350-II was the first model. I'd like to comment that. Some other people have told me that the ”II” should be Suzuki's way of telling that it is a 1970 year's model, like the R means 1971. Rubbish, I say. Suzuki did't use any year codes before 1971. The II behind the model name mens that it's the second edition of the model, Mark 2.

According to the article the Suzuki was as fast as larger bikes, thanks to its 6-speed gearbox and 39 hp engine. Some improvements compared to the previous year's model: longer wheelbase, wider rear wheel and larger fuel tank.





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Sources: Tekniikan Maailma (Finland)

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