The Black Seven with a large tank of 14 liters with more rectangular shapes, only using the mechanics of Suzuki origin with the logical injection system signed by Delphi and for which a power of 11.6 hp is declared at 8,750 rpm. Unlike its Euro 4 sisters of 125 cc, the Black Seven does not use an inverted fork but a conventional one with bellows protecting the bars.
If a conventional center-axle suspension is used on the front axle, a separate bottle-type oil-filled shock absorber with double spring is used on the rear axle. In addition to the upper anchorage of the same are placed separate chrome grips.
As for brakes, front disc of 300 mm and a rear of 220 mm. The front is bitten by a triple piston caliper: the two lower ones are actuated with the right handlebar handle while the upper piston is actuated at the same time as the rear caliper through the brake pedal.
The instrumentation relies on two analog clocks dedicated to the cuentavueltas and speedometer without too much fanfare of information since only the total odometer and four light witnesses appear, missing at least the witness of the injection and a level of fuel.
With regard to the exhaust, we recognize a stainless steel megaphone attached to the manifold through a system of springs. The Black Seven is offered in a single black color with gold details in the style “John Player Special”, without forgetting the British flag in its side covers.