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2002-12-13 1988 Suzuki VS750GL-P Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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I know that Harley lookalikes are a dime a dozen but the 1988 Suzuki Intruder 750 is one of a kind. An engine that is so tight that you feel like you can put it through anything and it will come out the same and handling that gives you a confidence and feel of control that no other bike can do. Of course, the 750 whines a little at speeds of 70+ but it is built for cruising. I love this bike and instead of selling it to get another I will simply put it in storage for my future wife.
- Sean, New York, New York

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2001-03-14 1988 Suzuki VS750GL-P Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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I bought a 1990 750 Intruder almost 2 years ago, and have used it to commute to work every day, rain or shine. I do a round trip of 35 miles every day, in heavy traffic, often in 90 degree heat, and the bike hasn't let me down yet! I ride it harder than I probably should, but it keeps running like silk, with no problems from the engine at all. For a 11 year old bike, I like it. It doesn't blow smoke despite the constant thrashing, I do my own servicing (very easy with a manual, and I'm no wrench-head) according to the service intervals, and it's quite cheap to insure. I put some decent rubber on it and it corners very well for a custom bike, and I've added a few practicalities like saddlebags from J.C. Whitneys for the commute as well. I've left the exhausts as standard, no loud pipes here, and it is beautifully quiet at 65 mph. My only gripes are this: - 1.The tank range is a joke. 100 miles? Please Suzuki, give us a cruiser that has a bigger tank than 3 gallons! 2.Change the handlebars immediately! I put on some flat bars I got from the local Harley shop. Not only does it give better leverage in corners and at slow speeds, it also helps you hold on at over 50 mph. Looks better than those stupid ape-hangers anyway (i get more comments on the bars than anything else). 3.Put on an airhorn. The standard one is pathetic. 4.It needs a 6th gear. Would I own another one? Sure, it's a cute bike that is fast when pushed, and for the price I think it's a good value machine. Shaft drive is also a bonus for maintenence. I'm looking at trading to a Concours next as I want a fairing and more power, but you could do much much worse than a 750 Intruder!
- John, Orlando, Florida

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2000-07-12 1988 Suzuki VS750GL-P Intruder Dual Sport View Listings

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This is the first year of the 750cc intruder and to my experience having ridden a couple of 90's intruder 800's, I find my 88 intruder to have more power and a tighter feel. I have 25,000 plus miles ridden hard and not a problem...Suzuki put a lot of pride into there early intruders that are not found now and days. Twelve years and the chrome still looks factory new. Intruders in general are not ment to be ridden fast but with a little practice and the right tires, I hold my own in the corners with the best of them... KATARAN's INTRUDER http://www.geocities.com/baja/mesa/8785/kataran.html
- KATARAN, Rhode Island

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