350cc Models (MachII)
The 350 was the shortest lived triple, and had a reputation for squirrely handling and peaky power output. At 44 HP it actually made two horsepower more than the later S3 400. It was virtually identical to the 250 model except for coloring and the top end of the motor. A common hop-up trick in the early days was to replace the top end of a 250 with one from the 350.
|Painted fender, green/blue stripes, styling very similar to other '72 models. All engines prior to S2E-18507 were fitted with four bearing crank. It wasn't until S2E-24749 that they were drilled to lubricate the additional bearings. Distributed to all markets except Middle and Near East. Rated at 44 HP.|
|Pearl Candy Red||Pearl White|
|Major styling change. Chrome Fender, and fit with a front disc brake.|
|Candy Blue||Candy Orange||Candy Gold|