The GT 750 was produced by Suzuki from 1971 to 1977. The two-stroke, three-cylinder engine is liquid-cooled with separate lubrication, making the bike a comfortable “Grand Touring” model suited for long journeys, yet a silent ride with the typical acceleration of two-stroke engines.
To increase the torque a transversal manifold connection gives extra pick up at low engine speeds, compensating the exhaust gases which are equally divided among the four silencers. The liquid cooling system has three different operating circuits, driven automatically by a heat valve and electric fan on the radiator. As regards the structure, the bike has a closed duplex cradle frame made from steel tubing designed for long, comfortable journeys at high speed.