The Suzuki Stinger was produced in two sizes, we got the 125s on this continent and they kept the 90cc version (named the Wolf) for the home market and possibly other markets. The two bikes shared the same zippy scrambler styling and it appeared they shared the same two tank styles and they came in 3 colours. Ok, for a low-selling short-production motorcycle like that, that's all there was to know, right?
Until the internet. One day back in probably the late 90s, a used bike website in NZ showed a picture of a T90 Wolf for sale, old style tank... and low pipes??!
A quick check with my Suzuki friends all came back, "No such thing!" Must be a homemade bodge-job, maybe Yamaha Twinjet pipes... I saved the image and waited.
Some years later- back in the heyday of Ebay, a listing from somewhere in Scandinavia advertised what they said were Stinger mufflers.
Once again a check with friends produced the opinion, not stock, they never came like that. Nothing in the parts book either. More online research- remember, this was still back in the somewhat early days of the internet- produced nothing.
Then in 2008 once again on ebay, someone was selling some older French newspaper-format magazines- and there was the low pipe Stinger. Unfortunately it was a general small-displacement Suzuki article with no mention of the rarity of the pipes at all.
So. It appears that there really was a low pipe version of the Stinger (or Wolf).
But at this point it's like the Yeti or Loch Ness Monster- some tantalizing evidence, some blurry pictures...but someone better produce the actual critter!