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2003 Suzuki Intruder Vs 1400 Chopper Custom on 2040motos

US $6,200.00
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:3000 ColorColor: Copper
Location:

Naples, Florida, US

Naples, Florida, US
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Suzuki Intruder photos

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Suzuki Intruder tech info

TypeType:Custom Chopper Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1400 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Suzuki Intruder description

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Suzuki Developing 1000cc Prototype – MotoGP Return in 2014 Still Possible

Fri, 03 Feb 2012

The first MotoGP pre-season test at Mayalsia’s Sepang circuit is complete, with Ducati, Honda and Yamaha‘s factory and satellite teams, as well as a handful of CRT entries, collecting data for the next stage of their race prototypes’ development. Absent from testing was Suzuki which announced last November it was leaving MotoGP racing. Suzuki cited the recession, the rising value of the Japanese yen and the natural disasters afflicting Japan in 2011 as reasons for leaving MotoGP, but the manufacturer did say it intended to return in 2014.