47.900 Km – Last Service: 900 Km – Fully restoration
Yes – Registered in Spain
MORE ABOUT THIS BIKE: Bike in good condition and ready for the road. It was full overhauled and serviced for a perfect restoration in 2021. The last owner keep in his garage and only used a pair of weekends (around 900 km).The frame and all components was checked during the service. As you can see this bike have a lot of bits to get a fast riding and solve the frame problems of the 2strokes 500’s of the era. The swingarm is original from RGV250, the front fork belonged to a CBR900, brakes are Nissin, the radiator is high volume, Jollymoto Exhaust.. and many other improved parts. All seals, hoses and liquids was changed also. The engine was fully revised using new pistons and cylinders refurbished, the carburettors was cleaned and serviced to offers the max performance. The electric wiring is totally brand new also. As you can see the bike have some comestics defects. We deliver the bike homologated and registered plate (Bill of Sale and European paperwork). Any doubt about the restoration or current status of the bike, let us know.
MAINTENANCE: The bike was fully overhauled and rebuild 900km ago. Now is working correctly.
MODIFICATIONS: Prototype bike, all details provided by the seller are mentioned on the description.
COSMETIC BLEMISHES: Please see the gallery to know all cosmetic blemishes. Any doubt, Contact us 📩
EXTRA PARTS INCLUDED: – Other original parts
Derived straight from Suzuki’s half-liter RG Gamma XR45 factory Grand Prix racer, the RG500 was a road-legal replica racer produced between 1985 and 1987. From the mid-‘70s to the mid-‘80s, Suzuki was a dominant force in premier class competition. Barry Sheene achieved back-to-back 500cc championship titles in ’76 and ’77 before the Gallina Suzuki team repeated the feat half-a-decade-later with riders Marco Lucchinelli and Franco Uncini in ’81 and ’82. Suzuki also won seven consecutive 500cc Class Constructors’ titles around this same time.
To capitalize on the brand’s reputation for building high-performance race bikes, Suzuki decided to develop a slightly-tamed production version of its competition square-four machine. 7,340 examples were produced in the first year of production (1985), with another 1,412 in 1986 and a final 532 specimens in 1987, making for a total of just 9,284. Due to emissions regulations (among other reasons), Suzuki never officially sold the RG500 Gamma in America.
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