About the GSX750S
The GSX750E was unveiled at Earls Court, England, in 1978 and was first released on the market in January 1980. It was fitted with the latest revolutionary 69hp 16V DOHC 4-stroke engine featuring the all new Twin Swirl Combustion Chamber (TSCC). Not only boasting rapid acceleration, the GSX750E also boasted a top speed of over 210km/h. The 750E featured a double cradle frame, orthodox swing arm suspension and Anti Nose Dive Folks (ANDF) adapted from the 500cc Grand Prix championship winning RGB500. The police bike version featured special modifications such as round headlight, two speedometers with a stop needle to confirm speed of suspect vehicle, large front and rear guards, warning lights, loud speaker, document case and a large windscreen.
About the Model
Features all the high quality parts of the original kit, including accurately replicated engine, suspension, cowling and brakes.
Comes with all police accessories of original kit, including flashing light, loudspeaker, side box, document case and extra large windscreen.