suzuki t20 super six
engine - 247cc, air-cooled two stroke parallel twin top speed - 95mph (152kph) power - 29bhp @ 7500rpm bore x stroke - 54 x 54mm dry weight - 138kg (304lb) launched - 1966 gallery
suzuki t20 super six production racing chassis
this suzuki t20 rolling chassis is presented in production racing trim. it is finished in blue and silver, with (poor) chrome tank panels and offered complete with the headlamp and combined integral tachometer and speedometer, ace bars. the exhaust system utilizes standard silencers and small rear lamp is fitted to the rear mudguard. the alloy rear rim is marked tr250 and is partnered at the front by a steel rim laced to twin leading shoe front brake.
suzuki t20 super six racer
1966 suzuki t20
1967 suzuki t20 super six
The Suzuki T20 was the first six speed motorcycle to go in production in the world. It was first manufactured in 1965 (but introduced as a 1966 model) and was produced until the end of the 1968 model year. It was superseded by an updated version which was designated the T250-1. It was a 247cc two-stroke twin with many advanced features for the time and its superb performance and reliability helped establish Suzuki's position as a major motorcycle manufacturer. In the UK the T20 was called the 'Super Six' although in the USA the bike was designated as an X6 with the advertising department tacking on the name of "Hustler".
1968 suzuki tc250 uk super six
Suzuki T20 Super Six