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Re: info on old TS250

If you are not rebuilding it what does it matter? If you are, simply measure stroke once you get the head off and measure the piston once you get the cylinder
Becker, Richard
9:36 AM
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14235

Re: info on old TS250

Ethan, You can go to this site, http://classicmotorcycles.about.com/od/historicaldevelopment/ss/Suzuki-Ts-Motorcycles.htm
gveazey@sbcglobal.net
7:55 AM
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14234

Re: info on old TS250

Sweet I wasn't going crazy! I could not find that information again. Sorry if I am asking so many questions theres not a lot of information about the bike out
Ethan Minton
12:51 PM
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14233

Re: info on old TS250

Bore appears to be 66mm with a 72mm stroke. ________________________________ From: tmsuzuki@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Ethan
Britt Boyette
Feb 5
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14232

Re: info on old TS250

I was reading on a page thread I found someone talking about it they said the bike has a 70mm piston. I could have sworn I read somewhere it had a different
Ethan Minton
Feb 5
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14231

3 Parts for a 72 TS90J

I am looking for that ever elusive front headlight. A high front fender the plastic one. Any chance there is left side high mount expansion chamber for a
dadrider
Feb 5
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14230

Re: info on old TS250

I see parts for it all the time on eBay. I haven't had any problems finding any part for it so far. The biggest problem I have found is that the seat pans tend
Britt Boyette
Feb 5
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14229

Re: info on old TS250

I thought it was a 69 but the frame sticker said 1970 I guess, the tank was mustard yellow and had a silver oil tank cover.. Are parts hard to find, piston,
Ethan Minton
Feb 4
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14228

Re: info on old TS250

69 and 70 are the same other than paint color on the tank. I have a 70 as well. ________________________________ From: tmsuzuki@yahoogroups.com
Britt Boyette
Feb 4
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14227

info on old TS250

A local bike shop has a 1970 Suzuki TS250 that is 100% complete and original. Its only missing a fuel shut off and a few odds and ends. He said he has had it
ejcj76jeep
Feb 4
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14226

Re: Best Air Filter, '71 TM400.

Mr. Gary, I would contact _GTRiener1@..._ (mailto:GTRiener1@...) They usually have all the older parts I need, for my 38 Suzuki's. Good Luck, Ron A.
re5rm
Feb 3
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14225

Best Air Filter, '71 TM400.

I'm a little concerned this UNI nu-2408 foam filter will not be enough protection for this engine. What do you guys use and who's your source? Where's a nice
gveazey@sbcglobal.net
Feb 3
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14224

Re: 1971 TM400R Cyclone

Are you looking for the small tank, or the bigger tank? Early version sold with the small tank, Suzuki had a upgrade all units were to be upgraded for free to
    Joe Broussard
    Jan 25
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    14223

    Re: 1971 TM400R Cyclone

    I got one at Mid Ohio for 5 bucks. You need to know what it looks like digging thru the stuff there. Oil tanks are everywhere as most went to premix on
    Chris
    Jan 25
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    14222

    Re: 1971 TM400R Cyclone

    Thanks Gary I saw that one also I search E-Bay every night. I am still months away from a startup and I will probably go premix until I decide what want to go
    rjhopper1958
    Jan 25
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