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1969 T200 Suzuki X5 Invader (Blue).

Average User Rating:
3.5/5,
  • This bike runs incredibly well. It is very easy to ride. The only thing I find annoying is the kickstarter on the left hand side of the bike!

    Alloy and chrome were cleaned up. Paint was cut and polished and that is it.

    This particular bike was stored away for 20 years as a rolling chassis with no engine. My brother bought it and then sourced and engine for it. The result is what you see here. Another golden oldie bought back to life :)
  • The same as our red one it's a 196cc two stroke twin cylinder. Five speed gear box. Kick start only. It's good for 90mph and reasonably quick off the line for what it is :)


    Engine type: Air-cooled 2-stroke sleeved aluminum twin
    Bore x stroke: 50,0 x 50.0 mm
    Piston displacement: 196 cc
    Compression ratio: 7,0 :1
    Maximum power: 23 hp/ 7.500 rpm
    Maximum torque: 2,3 kpm/ 7.000 rpm
    Transmission type: 5-speed constant mesh
    Gearshift pattern: 1-down, 4-up
    Fuel tank capacity: 12 liter
    Front tire dimensions: 2,75-18
    Rear tire dimensions: 2,75-18
  • No modifications. The bike is completely stock. The handlebars are the highest of the three different height bars available as an option on this model. This bike also has the optional Tacho included in the headlight Speedo. They run alongside each other.
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Oldmaid
    5/5,
    "That's love for you"
    Wow nice resto! Really lovely to see two old girls scrubbed up a treat. Hold their age quite well really. Fancy having to kickstart on the left that must mess with your head. Much of a kickback on them?
    1. Q3Arena
      The Red one was in very bad shape to start with. The Blue one was just very dusty and weathered but with no engine. Both have had full engine rebuilds (by my brother) 9 times out of ten, they start first kick. I can sometimes start them standing over them but I find it much easier to stand on the left of the bike and kickstart with my right leg..lol :) The have very little kick.