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    Suzuki RE5 in Boston on cl

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    it's all part of growing up and being British. This course is designed
    to eliminate embarrassment, to enable you to talk freely about rude
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    Lesson one: Words. Do any of these words embarrass you?

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    cool yes. rare sort of...
    Artic cats of that same vintage use same motor so parts are availible.
    Price seems on the high side but it been a while since i played with one.
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    I thought Suzuki's rotary was their own. The Cats of that era used Sachs rotaries, same as used in the "Hercules" rotary streetbike.
    Suzuki's rotary was liquid cooled, so differnt engine casings at least. Maybe some internals were Sachs sourced. In the early 70s, Artic Cat piston engines were Kawasaki sourced {most of em, IIRC}.
    They didn't go to a full Suzuki source until the late 70s {77-78??}.
    Definately correct me if I'm wrong. The old brain is gettin a little foggy as the years go by.
    Aging fart on a soon to be antique. 86 GSXR750, 883 Cosworth kit, head milled .015, 5 angle valve job, Yosh Stg 2 cams and spring kit, Extrudehone porting, Mikuni RS38s, Hindle exhaust, Falicon crank work, Carrillo rods, 17\" Dymag wheels, EBC rotors and pads, SS lines, Ohlins shock, \"Ti\" rear spring, Raceteched forks, 127 rwhp, 10.82 @ 130.7 in the 1/4. Not the bestest or fastest, but pretty frikkin tough.

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    I thought Suzuki's rotary was their own. The Cats of that era used Sachs rotaries, same as used in the "Hercules" rotary streetbike.
    Suzuki's rotary was liquid cooled, so differnt engine casings at least. Maybe some internals were Sachs sourced. In the early 70s, Artic Cat piston engines were Kawasaki sourced {most of em, IIRC}.
    They didn't go to a full Suzuki source until the late 70s {77-78??}.
    Definately correct me if I'm wrong. The old brain is gettin a little foggy as the years go by.
    Aging fart on a soon to be antique. 86 GSXR750, 883 Cosworth kit, head milled .015, 5 angle valve job, Yosh Stg 2 cams and spring kit, Extrudehone porting, Mikuni RS38s, Hindle exhaust, Falicon crank work, Carrillo rods, 17\" Dymag wheels, EBC rotors and pads, SS lines, Ohlins shock, \"Ti\" rear spring, Raceteched forks, 127 rwhp, 10.82 @ 130.7 in the 1/4. Not the bestest or fastest, but pretty frikkin tough.

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