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1982 Suzuki RM80
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1982 Suzuki RM80

Date Added March 21, 2000

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Average Rating

79/100

Photos

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Specifications

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1982 Suzuki RM80 Specifications
  Engine

Engine Type

2-stroke

Displacement

80 cc

Bore x Stroke

49 mm x 44 mm

Engine Cooling

Air
  Carburetion

Carburetor

Mikuni Vm26ss
  Transmission

Transmission

6 - speed
  Chassis

Wheelbase

48 in

Ground Clearance

10.6 in

Seat Height

29 in

Weight, dry

130 pounds

Fuel Tank Capacity

1.5 gallons
  Forks

Fork Travel

8.3 in
  Shock

Shock(s)

Full-floater

Shock Travel

8.3 in
  Wheels and Tires

Front Wheel

17 in

Rear Wheel

14 in

Brakes

drum/drum
  Other Information

Intended Use

Motocross

Color Scheme

Yellow

Cost when new

$829

Country of Origin

Japan

1982 Suzuki RM80 Reviews

frog
Legacy Account

Reviews: 4


Location: australia


Registered:
Oct 26, 2003

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Posted: Nov 30, 2003 5:11 PM   Back to Top
Legacy Review (Score:1)
Power
Even light riders would find the bottom end gutless, but powerband is surprising. keeps up with slow bigger bikes alright.
Suspension
soft - made for kids -needs harder springs for even small jumping.
Brakes
They work well- just drums.
Comments
Cool muck around bike for what you pay,
the narrow power zone gets annoying and you get bored and ride like a lunatic!
Rating
80
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desert-romper
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Reviews: 4


Location: Apple Valley


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Jun 14, 2003

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Posted: Jun 21, 2003 12:26 AM   Back to Top
Legacy Review (Score:1)
Power
When i got passed quarter throttle. The bike's powerband would hit hard. It would scream and accelerate hard. mid - to top end.
Suspension
the front was fine, but the back was very plush. I wouldn't wanta jump it.
Brakes
The brakes were not so good. But, they worked.
Comments
Don't be cheap and use boat oil. runs great on 50:1 ratio. Hard to find parts for.
Rating
90
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fatboy14j
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Reviews: 5


Location: Apple Valley


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May 5, 2003

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Posted: May 7, 2003 9:21 AM   Back to Top
Legacy Review (Score:1)
Power
nlt very good low end but good from the middle up
Suspension
not very good for any one over 110 pounds
Brakes
good
Comments
overall a goodc bike if you are a 100 pounds or less
Rating
75
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mikeb
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Reviews: 2


Location: Apple Valley


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Jun 9, 2001

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Posted: Jun 9, 2001 2:09 PM   Back to Top
Legacy Review (Score:1)
Power
Weak off the start, once you it hit powerband it fly's
Suspension
For anyone over 120pounds it is way to plush. Even putting it at the tightest setting still allows you to bottom out
Brakes
Your average drum brakes, how good can they be.
Comments
Not a bad bike for kids under 120pounds if your over that consider a bigger bike.
Rating
70
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