Updates on my site
November 2003

Here follows the list of the new or updated stuff on my site. I try to keep this page up to date and write here every update on My Suzuki Pages that might interest you.

November 1: New visitors' Suzuki pictures (
'70 TC90, '71 T250R

November 6: New
pages: Bandit 600S brochures ('03 UK, two pages), Bandit 600 and 600S (GSF600 and GSF600S Bandit) model history (only pictures and some basic specs for now). A handful of new links to other Suzuki sites.

November 8: New
page on the stories section: Touring in Europe on a Burgman 400, written by Rod Slade, UK. New visitors' Suzuki pictures ('81 GSX750L, '86 GSX-R750R).

November 9:
A new link on the FAQ / Manuals page (GS250FW and GF250 service manuals). GF250 engine info corrected on the All Suzuki models section ('85 and '86 pages, the earlier GF250 engine info was incorrect). Updated pages: GT250 brochure scans ('76 German Special version, GT250 Sport). . New visitors' Suzuki pictures ('81 GSX1100E, '80 GS1000E, '86 GV1400LX Cavalcade. '95 GSX-R1100).

November 12: New visitors' Suzuki pictures (
'02 GSF1200S Bandit, '7
7 GT185). New page: DR-Z pictures from the Suzuki museum in Hamamatsu, Japan.

November 13: New
stuff from Japan: Suzuki catalog for the 2003 Tokyo Motor Show (Japan, 16 pages). Includes Japanese special models, concept bikes and more. Parts of the catalog content used on a new page; 2004 Japan lineup. The Worldwide Suzuki index page updated.

November 14:
I added a search engine for the Visitors' Suzuki pages for searching models and names etc. on the Visitors' motorcycles pages only. When trying it out, I realized that the search engines on my site have not been working well when searching for GSX1400 info on my site, because I chose to use ”GSX1400” as an example on how to use the search engine. So the text GSX1400 (and even GSX 1400) could be found on the bottom of every page on my site (except for these update pages). I removed the text and replaced it with gif pictures instead. Now the search engines work like they should — even when searching for GSX1400 info...

November 15: New visitors' Suzuki pictures (
86 GSX750P Police model from the Barbados, '90 GSX–R750).

November 16: The USA import models page updated
('75 full line advert, four pages). New visitors' Suzuki pictures ('03 AN650 Burgman).

November 17: Updated pages: RM125 magazine ads ('81, '85 Sweden), RM250 model history ('83 and '84 RM250 photos, unfortunately no specs), RM500 model history and specifications (correction of a couple of false statements concerning the RM history, thanks Roger!)
. New page: RM250 magazine adverts (new ads: '81, '82, '83, '84 Sweden).

November 18: Updated pages: RM125 model history (added a picture of the '81 Full-Floater system with a short explanation).
New visitors' Suzuki pictures ('00 GSX-R600 Corona Alstare).

November 19: New visitors' Suzuki pictures (
72 TS125 ). The Swedish import models page updated (new '83 magazine ad showing the new models).

November 20: The High Mileage Suzuki page updated (magazine article scan from Sweden, also in English
). New photo of a Police version of the GS500 on the visitors' Suzuki pictures page 41.

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I do not longer brag here about the amount of visitors I get to my site. Instead there's a counter at the bottom of every page with text contest (at least it should be there, for some reason it wasn't there the last time I looked) telling the actual page views.

Sometimes I get mail from people who complain that their favourite model is not on my site. In many cases they haven't even bothered to look properly or used the search engine. But there are still many models missing. I'm doing my best and will fill in the gaps as fast as I can. This is not my profession; I'm doing this in my spare time. I could use some help to be able to get more things done. Please send me pictures, brochures and specs or complete model histories... Anything at all that can make the site more complete. Here's more info.

One more thing: PLEASE visit the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) pages before sending me questions about your bikes, manuals etc. I would love to help you all but I haven't got enough time to do it anymore. You may find an answer to your question on the FAQ pages, check it out! Frequently Asked Questions

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