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Moto 1 Podcast Network. You'd be trying to manage the ill-handling bike in the dirt and, with no real warning, the power would come on. Sometimes it would hit at rpm, sometimes , sometimes , and it always seemed to do it in mid-corner.
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Suzuki added heavier flywheels to calm it down, and fixed the ignition advance issue completely for Now a TM with the more predictable ignition, good shocks, and a braced frame you'll have one of the fastest bikes in a vintage MX race, but still not much of a handler compared to a Maico or CZ. Including this is kind of cheating because for a long time the only V8 bikes were home-built jobs like the rather agricultural drag bikes of E.
But now Boss Hoss makes dozens of them a year, each with a full-sized automotive V8, and they are only really slightly better engineered than the ones E.
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These bikes had many reasons to scare the public, but like the current popularity of ghost peppers, some people enjoyed the adrenaline rush and punishment that came with trying to ride them. They also had thin, lightweight, tubular frames with not much torsional rigidity, even when coping with the modest grip of early 70s tires. The front forks flexed too, being just 34mm in diameter, which was thinner than many mid-size street bikes of the day.
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The original drum brake on the H1, and later discs, weren't very good either. These bike suffered from a similar ignition problem as the TM, the early CDI ignition controlled the advance electronically, and varied it with engine speed. These days, updated with modern tires, suspension, brakes, and a few well-placed frame gussets, it is hard to see what all the fuss was about.
I mean, how can 60 horsepower, or 74 in the case of the , scare anyone? Just the names of these bikes can strike fear in the heart of older bikers or even small children who have never seen one.
They just sound menacing. People who rode them back in the day still bend your ear about the terrifying experience. The spec sheets don't look too extreme, but back when they were introduced they were the fastest thing in the world. The troubling issues are all handling and braking.