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    1987 Suzuki SP200 Parts

    1987 Suzuki SP200
    Tire Size:
    Front: 80/80-21, Rear: 110/80-18
    Spark Plug:
    D8EA
    Battery:
    YB4L-B
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x110
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 15T, Rear: 45T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-132
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    Curtis (Chesapeake , VA)

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    Gasket kit

    Good quality gasket set. Had everything I needed including multiple thickness base gaskets to properly set head space. Would buy again.

    Tina (Atlantas, GA)

    Long Life
    Stopping Power
    Quiet
    Low Dust
    Recommend

    Brakes are graat

    Put these on my VTX 1300, fits perfect and I seemed to be able to feel them after riding about 50 miles! So far, so good!

    Doug (Bald Head Island, NC)

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    Had to modify to fit

    Excellent product, already tested it pretty hard and pleased. However, I had to cut it shorter and drill a new mounting hole in the guard to fit my bars.

    Steve (gruetli laager, TN)

    Long Life
    Stopping Power
    Quiet
    Low Dust
    Recommend

    Best Brake Pads

    These are the only pads I use on everything,Goldwing,cruiser,sportbike,sidexside. My rule is I don't care how fast anything is if I can't stop, these pads get er done.

    Mark (Kent, WA)

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    DON'T buy Bikemaster TruGel Battery

    I purchased 2 of these batteries March 2014 (BMW R1200GS, Suzuki DL650). The BMW had a hard time starting when it was new, now that it is 1 year old it will not start. Suzuki was good at first, but now it will not even hold a charge to light the dash lights. Both bikes are stored inside and are always on a battery tender. Never had this problem with old school lead-acid batteries. Junk... just say NO!

    Dave (Wylie, TX)

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    Easier to find if it said DIN in title

    This works great on my Triumph Explorer. Buying another one for my BMW. The price is outstanding compared to the other sites that think if it is for a european bike it should cost 50 bucks.

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