SUZUKI GSX750 E ES 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 WORKSHOP MANUAL
Suzuki GSX750ES and GSX750EF model history
1984 Suzuki year code: E The model was available in 1984 in two different versions, an version with full fairing was introduced, the GSX750EF. It shared the mechanics with the GSX750ES. Only cosmetical changes were made to the GSX750ES for its second model year.
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Suzuki GSX750ES - Motorcycle Specifications
The GSX750ES, introduced in 1983 (called GSX750E in Japan), was based on the naked GSX750E. Like its naked borther, the GSX750ES got the air and oil-cooled 16-valve engine with 84 hp (72 ps in Japan). The new GSX750 line was the smallest, lightest and smoothest of Suzuki's 750cc machines so far.
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The Quest: 1983 Suzuki GS750E - Motorcycle Classics
Dec 08, 2016The 1983 Suzuki GS750E was a bit overlooked when introduced, as that same year Honda launched their V45 Interceptor (VF750F) with its liquid-cooled V4 motor, square tube perimeter frame and one very talented Freddie Spencer riding it in AMA Racing.
Suzuki GSX series - Wikipedia
The 1983 GSX 750ES had air-adjustable anti-dive forks, preload and compression-adjustable rear mono-shock ("Full-Floater"), disc brakes at both ends, a fuel gauge and digital gear indicator. The bike disappeared from dealers in 1984, to be replaced with the GS 700 - a bike with a de-stroked engine and minor cosmetic differences. Minor tweaks included taller pistons and slightly differing cam lift and timing.