That was the GT750 and I had a 1975. The two-stroke oil went into a reservoir and was injected with the gas so there was no premixing. It also had a digital gear indicator. The worst part was replacing the points (remember them). It had three sets and each had to be adjusted individually. With a power stroke every time the piston came up, it ran like a six cylinder. I traded it in on a 79 GS1000, which I still ride.carlmorrell said:Nothing like the fear of riding the 2-stroke triples. I rode several of them. My best friend put a LOT of miles on the "water buffalo". It was a liquid cooled 2-stroke Suzuki. (GS750?)
Yes, that's a MC21 NSR250 ('90 - '93). In all honesty, it's not the best streetbike in the world except for backroads riding. Stoplights suck. Also ... getting one on the street isn't easy. This one, someone had already titled. Technically, it's not legal for street use in the US as it's a two-stroke over 50cc and produced later than '86. It does, however, have a high cool factor as it's not something you see everyday.No Worries said:Speedwerks, is that Honda the NSR 250? What is it like for the street and track?
SpeedWerks.com said:Hmmm ... does this count?
Ok ... so, it's not a monster, but it IS in our garage, next to the RGV250 that I'm putting back together We did a ground up restoration on it, including the new bodywork and Rossi rep paint job. It's Laura's street bike now.
- Brian Roach