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  • Redman
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    Oh, Now I see that Rich Norris has commented.

    Congrats Rich, Nice pic of great bike.
    Is quite a thing that you are the original owner..

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  • Redman
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    1982 Suzuki GS750T

    Owner: Rich Norris
    ..........

    ID Birthday Blues
    A Note From The Owner...


    Original owner. Only 11,500 miles. Brought back to life after many years in storage.

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  • rphillips
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    OOhh Rnorris, I can't remember anyone with a better way to join the GSR... Welcome and congrats on a beautiful, debonair, ONE OWNER, old GS motorcycle. Bought it new, uh, I think that kind'f gives us a tip about your age, good to see you both are still kick'in.

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  • Rnorris
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    Thanks for choosing my bike for other to see. I bought it brand new many years ago. It sat for a while and was fun bringing it back to life. Other than a good cleaning including the carbs I replaced the coils and wires which seemed to fix a warm starting issue. New petcock. O rings in chain were gone, brake line gummed up and rebuilt master cylinder. The website and forums provided many tips. We are both a little older but running like new again Well one of us is.

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  • rphillips
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    Thanks Grom, we don't hear that word around here much, but with this BOTM, right here it works perfectly

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  • Rich82GS750TZ
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    Anyone know what Rich Norris's username might be? Pretty sure he's not a regular poster. Think I've chatted w/ most of the T guys.

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  • Gorminrider
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    Debonaire! I don't get to use the word much but that's the one the surfaced!

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  • Rich82GS750TZ
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    rphillips: Single disk up front and a drum rear brake. vs. front double disks and rear disk on the '82 750 E model, and the '80-'81 E & L Models. Otherwise, same engine and carbs as those other models. From '82 to '83 they mixed up the light/dark painted areas and painted the engine black. Those were the only 2 years for the T.

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  • rphillips
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    Very nice looking bike... I never owned a "T", but was always kind'f liked them... For me way better than an "L" though the "T" was the cheapest model...Were the different brakes the only thing that made them cheaper?

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  • Rich82GS750TZ
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    So nice to see a “T” as Bike of the Month. It’s some other Rich, not mine.

    Dave, see if this link gets you to the homepage

    https://www.thegsresources.com

    I took a screenshot so we can all see it here.

    https://i.imgur.com/OtmVjtl.png
    Last edited by Rich82GS750TZ; 10-02-2022, 09:55 PM.

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  • bonanzadave
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    Could someone post the BOTM here. I'm one of the "Hackers" that cant get to the home page. Thx !

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  • alke46
    started a topic October BOTM

    October BOTM

    Looking good Rich. Congratulations on having the winner for this month.
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