Calipers, wheels, shocks, swingarm, frame, etc....basically the only thing suzuki on that black bike are the engine cases and the heads. Forks look like marzocchi road race units (I think the caliper mounts are disproportionate to be ceriani and the yokes are too wide, but it could be a trick of the picture).Well the calipers and wheels look real enough....
You know the bodywork I have on Goldstein's old H1? That is monotrack. I even have molds for the seat but I don't know if they are Dan's original ones or if they are ones David made once he had the bodywork so he could make replacements.I'm lazy and didn't google.
whats a monotrack?
Are you sure about them being ceriani? the caliper mounts look too big/wrong shape. I've seen similar ones on the 32mm ceriani road race forks though.Frame: modified stock frame
Forks: Ceriani 35mm roadrace but the triples look wider than normal.
Wheels: Probably Montrack
Tank: Dicks Cycle West or something similar
Rear M/C: Hurst ?
Front M/C: Suzuki
Dirk - that's the tank that I have. Same color too minus the white stripe across the top.i remember one of the "lesser known" mags doing a write up on a H1( i think) back in the early-mid 70"s. the bike in the opening clip..... it looks like a triple , what, i have no idea. the last pic is a kaw triple
Not sure if it's any good. You'll have to take a look at it and decide.talk to me brother, the 400 needs some spicing up
I honestly don't know if it leaks. Bought it many years ago off ebay (before the widespread use of 10% ethanol gas) and it's been sitting on a T350 frame in my office since. Keep in mind if you are bringing a bunch of Geeto's stuff to my house, I may have to charge you extra!does it leak ? i can take a ride out w/ cash.
How do I determine if it is?
I got it from someone who had no information on it other than his step dad had them and died ago.