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Suzuki RG 250 Gamma

We wheeled this bike out of a metal scrap yard. Let's see if we can give it another chance on the road!

RG250 Exhaust pipes refreshed

After 12 months of searching, a set of mk3 RG250 exhaust pipes became available. These have been such a challenge to find or it was just been a case of looking in all the wrong places. Anyhoo, here they are. The pipes arrived in a rough state. Dirty, rustsy, everything you’d expect from a bike that’s this old. As soon as they arrived, they were chemical dipped to remove all of the old carbon build-up and then bead-blasted. The areas damaged by rust have been repaired and today they had a coat of high-heat paint.
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Parts Worked On: 

  • Exhaust

RG250 Walter Wolf mudguard decal (Part 68151-40A00-8AW)

So I’ve been toying with the idea of a Walter Wolf replica for this bike. Trying to find the original paint colour has been pretty difficult until I got some help from Bitacticus. The suggestion was to purchase an OEM front mudguard decal (Suzuki Part 68151-40A00-8AW). The dark blue (almost black) colour is on the decal ready for paint matching. Read more about RG250 Walter Wolf mudguard decal (Part 68151-40A00-8AW)

Parts Worked On: 

  • Bodywork

First inspection.

My very first project was a Suzuki RG Gamma 50cc and when a friend called me up and said that this was spotted at a metal recycling site I needed to rescue it. Unlike my other projects this will be a more simple restoration or at least that's what I'm telling myself now...

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