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Old 28th January 2010, 22:59   #1
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Hi all,

I am fortunate enough to have a TVS-Suzuki Supra owner's manual. I just finished scanning it today. If anyone is interested, I will surely attempt to upload it on the web some where.


Please let me know if it interests anyone
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please put it up here, i saw the cover of the manual on the net.
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Hi all,

I am fortunate enough to have a TVS-Suzuki Supra owner's manual. I just finished scanning it today. If anyone is interested, I will surely attempt to upload it on the web some where.


Please let me know if it interests anyone
It was the first bike owned by my Dad! Even I have the manual preserved though the bike has been sold off long time back.

Please do upload the manual here. It will be great to have it to T-BHP.

Thanks in advance for the effort.
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if anyone have a snap, please upload. it was (is) one of the best looking bike. beautiful tank graphics are still in my memory.
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Yes, please put it up, and a photo of the Supra would be nice, too. I remember seeing a white one back in the 1980s and thought it was a beautiful bike.
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Which version of the Supra are you referring to ? There were two versions launched during different time periods. The second version was called the Supra "Power Up" launched in the early nineties which also boasted of a dual colour tone which was unheard of those days.
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^ at two power ratings, 9.6 & 11.2 bhp i suppose.
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Old 29th January 2010, 22:35   #8
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please put it up here, i saw the cover of the manual on the net.
Look like u saw my photo stream on flickr

heheh.
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Old 29th January 2010, 22:43   #9
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Here is a teaser ... The Scan of the Cover of the bike.

Please suggest any web location where I can upload it or do i create a torrent for it?

Torrent sounds better .. wot say?
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Torrents die off soon. mediafire.com seems to Me , A Free File Hosting Site.
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uploaded on:

RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting
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My Dad had a red one-am sure I have pics of it.Will post it soon.
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The bike in the pic is the first gen Supra and not the 'Power Up' version. Would love to read more on its specifications.
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it was the best looking bikes in its days.. the power-up looked even better with the ceriani type forks and had a powerbox.. i have a few pics of the power-up but those are B/W and small.

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One of the USP's of the 'Power-Up' version was the dual colour tone. I remember two colour combinations which went very well with the bike and added grandeur to its styling. They were:

1. Red & Silver
2. Blue & Silver
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