Video - My 1989 Suzuki RGV completely restored

Videa Suzuki RGV My 1989 Suzuki RGV completely restored

My 1989 Suzuki RGV completely restored

Here is a video of my 1989 Suzuki RGV Vj22, Completely rebuilt and restored, It has taken me just under a year and a bit to get her finished, Hope you enjoy The VJ21 was the first RGV250 production motorcycle available in Japan in 1988. Technical aspects were: Alloy Beam frame 90-degree, water-cooled two-cylinder two-stroke V-Twin style V engine (separate crankcases, single in-line crankshaft) 2 piece exhaust valves which have two positions - open and closed Dual Reed valves, with Suzuki Intake Pulse Control system (SIPC), similar to Yamaha Energy Induction System (YEIS) but avoids patent issues 32 mm Mikuni Carburettors on 88/89 models, replaced with 34 mm models with single air bleed on 1990 model 17" front, 18" rear three spoke alloy wheels with twin 296 mm front disc brakes and single rear Front suspension is conventional 41 mm damper type telescopic motorcycle forks (not cartridge) Suzuki Pointless Electronic Ignition (PEI) analogue ignition system on 1988 models, replaced with digital system on 1989/90 models which was a predecessor to the SAPC as fitted on the VJ22 Dual, side-by-side expansion chambers VJ21:1988-1990: quoted power; 1988=58 hp, 1989=59 hp The top speed of a standard RGV250 is around 140 mph (219 km/h). It has a 0-60 mph (97 km/h) time of around 3.7 seconds.

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