Suzuki Motor Corporation

Yokohama-shi, Japan

Suzuki Motor Corporation

Yokohama-shi, Japan

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Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2016-12-06

A saddle-ride type vehicle includes an engine unit as a driving power source, a fuel tank, and a canister. The fuel tank is configured to store fuel used by the engine unit. The canister is configured to trap fuel vapor generated in the fuel tank. The canister is disposed adjacent to the fuel tank.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2016-10-26

A shift mechanism includes a second driven gear, a first conical roller bearing and a second conical roller bearing, a biasing member, a first spacer, and a nut. The second driven gear meshes with a driving gear. The first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing are disposed on an outer periphery of a tubular portion of the second driven gear in directions opposite from one another. The biasing member biases one of inner races and outer races of the first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing in directions separate from one another. The first spacer maintains a distance between the other ones. The nut holds the first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing to the tubular portion of the second driven gear. One of the inner races and the outer races of the first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing are relatively displaceable in an axial direction.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2016-10-28

An outboard motor includes a first driven gear and a second driven gear, a first conical roller bearing and a second conical roller bearing, and a nut. The first driven gear and the second driven gear mesh with a driving gear. The driving gear rotates through transmission of a rotative power from an engine unit. The first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing are disposed on an outer periphery of a tubular portion of the second driven gear. The first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing are arranged in a front-rear direction in directions opposite from one another. The nut is disposed on the outer periphery of the tubular portion of the second driven gear. The nut is displaceable in an axial direction of the tubular portion. With the nut, a preload is applied to the first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing to hold the first conical roller bearing and the second conical roller bearing to the outer periphery of the tubular portion of the second driven gear.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2016-12-07

A motorcycle includes a lower cowl that covers a lower portion of a vehicle. At least a part of the lower cowl is disposed on a front side of a rear wheel. The lower cowl includes a groove-shaped depressed portion on a lower portion. The depressed portion extends in a front-rear direction of the vehicle, and a lower side and a rear side of the depressed portion are opened. The depressed portion is disposed on the front side of the rear wheel. A cross-sectional area of the depressed portion taken in a direction perpendicular to the front-rear direction of the vehicle increases in area toward a rear side of the vehicle.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2016-11-09

A battery storage part structure 41 configured to store a battery 21 is provided inside a front cowl of a saddle-riding type vehicle. The battery storage part structure 41 includes: a first loading part configured to load the battery 21 at a holding position P in a first posture with a terminal arrangement surface 22 directed in a direction of an upper wall part 44; and a second loading part configured to load the battery 21 at the holding position P in a second posture with the terminal arrangement surface 22 directed in a direction of an opening 48. The first loading part is configured by a surface 43A of a bottom plate part 43, etc. of a battery storage part 42, and the second loading part is configured by a groove 51 formed on the bottom plate part 43 and a protruding part 53 formed on the upper wall part 44. By setting the battery 21 in the second posture, it is possible to secure a tool line to the battery 21 via the opening 48.


A crank chamber internal pressure reduction mechanism for internal combustion engine includes a crankshaft, a rotating shaft (a balancer shaft), a suction mechanism (a primary drive gear), a first discharge passage (a discharge passage, a joining passage, and a discharge hose), and a second discharge passage (a discharge passage). The crankshaft is rotatably supported to a crankcase. To the rotating shaft, a rotation force is transmitted from the crankshaft. The suction mechanism is disposed at the rotating shaft. The suction mechanism rotates integrally with the rotating shaft. To the first discharge passage, the emission is discharged from the crank chamber. The second discharge passage is communicated with the first discharge passage. The second discharge passage is disposed inside the rotating shaft. The suction mechanism includes a third discharge passage (a hole). The third discharge passage is communicated with the second discharge passage. The third discharge passage extends outside the rotating shaft in a radial direction to communicate with an external space.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2017-01-10

A prevention safety device in course change of small-sized vehicle includes a rear vehicle detector, a detection state determining unit, and a vehicles own information transmitting unit. The rear vehicle detector is configured to detect a rear vehicle travelling at a rear of ones own vehicle. The detection state determining unit is configured to determine whether the rear vehicle detects ones own vehicle or not when the rear vehicle detected by the rear vehicle detector is an autonomous vehicle. The vehicles own information transmitting unit is configured to transmit vehicles own information to the rear vehicle immediately before ones own vehicle changes a course when the detection state determining unit determines that the rear vehicle does not detect ones own vehicle.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2017-01-10

In an upper mount portion, a steering central axis related to a steering force of a steering handle and a vibration central axis related to a torque reaction force of an engine are configured to be shifted back and forth. Amount member is formed such that a spring constant related to the vibration central axis is smaller than a spring constant related to the steering central axis.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2017-01-20

A transmission mechanism includes a plurality of drive gears disposed on a counter shaft and a plurality of driven gears disposed on a drive shaft. Each of the plurality of drive gears is engaged with each of the plurality of driven gears to forma plurality of shift-gear pairs. An eight-speed drive gear, which forms an eight-speed shift-gear pair having the smallest reduction gear ratio, and a seven-speed drive gear, which forms a seven-speed shift-gear pair having the second smallest reduction gear ratio, are disposed adjacent one another at a center portion of an arrangement of the drive gears. An eight-speed driven gear, which forms the eight-speed shift-gear pair, and a seven-speed driven gear, which forms the seven-speed shift-gear pair, are disposed adjacent one another at a center portion of an arrangement of the driven gears.


Patent
Suzuki Motor Corporation | Date: 2016-12-20

A transmission for vehicle includes a counter shaft, a drive shaft, a shift fork, a shift cam, and a shift cam stopper. The counter shaft has a plurality of counter gears. The drive shaft has a plurality of driven gears. The shift fork changes combinations between the plurality of counter gears and the plurality of driven gears. The shift cam moves the shift fork. The shift cam stopper holds a position of the shift cam. Viewing from an axial direction of the shift cam, the shift cam stopper is disposed at a position partially overlapping with the shift fork.

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