Suzuki SP370

Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by England-Kev, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. England-Kev

    England-Kev Long timer

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    I saw a nice modified SP370 this week, lots of detail work for what is obviously a used trail bike, including auxilary fuel tank... :clap

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  2. Pigford

    Pigford British

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    Made a good effort - I had a 1979 SP370 back in the early 80's - a red one, totally knackered it was, but sounded nice and cheap as chips back then :evil
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  3. marksbonneville

    marksbonneville Been here awhile

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    Nice bike and I like how the owner has set it up for his needs.
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  4. Scottsp370

    Scottsp370 n00b

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    Hi Wondering if anyone on here knows the fork oil capacity of a 1979 sp370
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  5. Tarka

    Tarka Strangely strange. Oddly normal.

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    Holy thread resurrection!!
    Four year old thread!

    252ml of 10w/30 per leg.

    Took me 60 seconds of Googling......you could have done that yourself.
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  6. Scottsp370

    Scottsp370 n00b

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    Yeh I know sorry! Tried Google on many occasions with no results! Searched sp370 on here that thread popped up thought I would try my luck! Cheers all the same
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  7. Andyvh1959

    Andyvh1959 Cheesehead Klompen

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    The SP370 and GN400 engines are very similar, though this one looks to have a bunch of chassis mods.
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