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Do you mean a suzuki a100 and if so what year ,I have a 79 model one.

Posted on Apr 12, 2015

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  • David Marshall
    David Marshall Apr 13, 2015

    The bike s an A100 mark II. Blinkers are on right side. 1979 would be 12 volt.

  • David Marshall
    David Marshall Apr 13, 2015

    A100s came out in 1966 as 6 volts. Changed in 1974 to 12 volt and controls were switched un ADRs.

  • adam bikedoc Apr 13, 2015

    mine is a 1979 a100m and it's six volt all UK market a100' s were 6 volt they never made a six volt one ? even the successor to it the gp100 was six volt

  • adam bikedoc Apr 13, 2015

    never made a 12volt one I meant

  • adam bikedoc Apr 13, 2015

    maybe in america they made 12v ones but not in the UK ,how strange.

  • David Marshall
    David Marshall Apr 13, 2015

    Australian design Rules brought this about when Blinkers control were moved to lef hand side.

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