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(New page: thumb|300px|right|1969 A95 The '''Suzuki A95''' was a 95cc twin cylinder, two stroke, street motorcycle manufactured by Suzuki in 1969. The A95 h...)
 
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The '''Suzuki A95''' was a 95cc [[twin cylinder]], [[two stroke]], [[street motorcycle]] manufactured by [[Suzuki]] in 1969.
 
The '''Suzuki A95''' was a 95cc [[twin cylinder]], [[two stroke]], [[street motorcycle]] manufactured by [[Suzuki]] in 1969.
  
The A95 had an air-cooled 69cc 2-stroke. Posi-force, reed valve engine. It produced 7.5 hp/ 7,500 rpm, 0.8 kg-m/ 6,000 rpm. It had a maximum Speed of 95 kph and was sold in Finland.
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The A95 had an air-cooled 69cc 2-stroke. Posi-force, reed valve engine. It produced 7.5 hp/ 7,500 rpm, 0.8 kg-m/ 6,000 rpm. It had a maximum Speed of 95 kph and was sold in Finland. The construction [[monocoque frame]].
  
 
'''See: [[Suzuki Models-US|List of Suzuki models]]'''
 
'''See: [[Suzuki Models-US|List of Suzuki models]]'''
  
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Latest revision as of 00:28, 31 July 2019

1969 A95

The Suzuki A95 was a 95cc twin cylinder, two stroke, street motorcycle manufactured by Suzuki in 1969.

The A95 had an air-cooled 69cc 2-stroke. Posi-force, reed valve engine. It produced 7.5 hp/ 7,500 rpm, 0.8 kg-m/ 6,000 rpm. It had a maximum Speed of 95 kph and was sold in Finland. The construction monocoque frame.

See: List of Suzuki models