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Discussion in '2 smokers' started by davorallyfan, Mar 15, 2012.
Whoops back on track.
Now this is a Hustler :huh
You coming over to the 2 stroke dark side Dave? Im definitely not your father though.
Owned about 7 or so. Currently have 3 if you count the 2 non runners.
Finally the real deal
This one looks like a period pic. Front number plate. Oh razor sharp glory.
Well dont hide em away Dave. Time to get a project happening.
Just getting bits together Craig it might take a few years (RV125).
Oh wicked Ebay..............leave Dave alone.
Yes I'm after a sticker at the moment but will pay for mint chambers...
1971 Suzuki X/6 250 Hustler..............green! 6 spd. Dropped the front sproket one tooth and it actually went faster because it would then pull redline in 6th. Way too much fun for a teenager.....and yes, got my first ticket on that bike too.
I think I will do that too.
Tidy bike and the kids got kicker and throttle action
T20, T250, GT250, X7.
Was it just the T250 that was called Hustler?
Err Dunno ....
Suzuki T20 Super Six / X6 Hustler 19651967
T20 features listed above are:
1) Racing type double leading shoe 8'' front brake
2) Aluminium alloy twin cylinder engine
3) Close ratio 6-speed transmission
4) Twin 24mm carburettors
5) POSI-FORCE lubrication
6) Air pump
7) Scientifically designed quiet efficient mufflers
8) Safe powerful 8'' front brake
9) Wide type tail lamp
10) Safe bright turn signal lamps
11) 3 position adjustable shock absorbers
12) Wide, comfortable dual seat
13) 3.7 gal (14 litre) gasoline tank
14) Racing type throttle
15) Easy-to-read tachometer and speedometer
16) Sturdy oil damped telescopic front fork
17) 12 Volt fully approved lighting system
<TABLE class=standard border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=450><TBODY><TR><TD>The 1965 Suzuki X6 Hustler also called the T20 Super Six
Capacity: 247cc Power Output: 29 bhp/ 7.500rpm. Weight: 143 kg (316 lbs) Top Speed: 145 kph (90 mph)
When Suzuki introduced the X6 in 1965 it caused an immediate stir, especially among lovers of light-weight high-performance engines. The small 247cc air-cooled two-stroke engine was capable of almost 90mph and the motorcycle was suprisingly sophisticated.
The goal was to get 100 hp per one liter cylinder volyme, that is 25 hp from a 250 cc engine. Suzuki engineers acchieved this gole and even better. The 250 cc Super T21 (very similar to T20) that came 1966 had even more power: 30,5 hp.
Excuse the sepo typo's