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TOPIC: GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE

GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354528

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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354546

I think you're missing some info......

Later, Doug
1978 z1000 Streetfighter
1976 z900 Stripfighter(work in progress)
1983 Gpz750
1989 Gsxr750
1989 Vmax
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354553

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i tried that once myself but muffler bearings worked better.
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354557

Let me try this again.

What's up everyone?
just wanted to share some info you gys could use. I apologyze if you already have it.

This list of parts are interchangeable parts if you're doing a build like kzstreetfighter71
kzrider.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&...ew&catid=5&id=314665
or
Testarossa's build
kzrider.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&...w&catid=11&id=340793


Forks
92-93 gsxr 600
91-95 gsxr 750
If you buy the these forks and are going to be using them with the gsxr wheels below. Make sure to also buy the speedo drive/spacer/axle for the front wheel , so it can be a straight bolt on.

Front Rotors
92-93 gsxr 600
88-95 gsxr 750
89-98 gsxr 1100
Are compatible 310mm with 0.750 offset.

Front Calipers
88-93 gsxr 750 4 piston
93-95 gsxr 750 6 piston
92-93 gsxr 600 4 piston
89-92 gsxr 1100 4 piston
93-98 gsxr 1100 6 piston

gsxr 600 98-99
gsxr 750 88-99
gsxr1100 89-98
gsxr 1300 99-07 6 piston
rf 900 r 94-97
tl 1000 s 97-01
tl 1000 r 98-01
bandit 1200 97-00

Wheels
These rear wheels are 17x4.5 not 5.5
88-89 gsxr 750
89 gsxr 1100

These rear wheels are 17x5.5 wide
92-93 gsxr 600 (these are the lightest, straight spoke)
88-92 gsxr 750 curved spoke
93-95 gsxr 750 straight spoke (lighter then curved spoke)
90-92 gsxr 1100 curved spoke
93-98 gsxr 1100 straight spoke (lighter then curved spoke)

Swingarms
The 1100 swingarms are about an inch to 1/2 longer then the 750

93 gsxr 1100
93 gsxr 750
92-93 gsxr 600 this is a half banana swingarm. Left side is straight and right side is bowed like the old GP two stroke bikes.

90-92 gsxr 750 This one is like kzstreetfighter71 bike
94-95 gsxr 750 (braced) this one is like testarossa's bike
90-92 gsxr 1100 like kzstreetfighter's bike
94-98 gsxr 1100 (braced) like testarossa's bike

Rear shock
92-93 gsxr 600
88-95 gsxr 750
89-98 gsxr 1100
Shocks swap but the spring rate differ and the hose length varies

These rear shocks bolt on but you may have clearance issues because they are piggy back shocks. They bolt on to the above swingarms and original linkage.
05-06 gsxr 1000 they are 3/4 of an inch longer so it will raise the rear.
05-06 cbr 600

Rear rotors

rf 600 r 94-97
rf 900 r 94-97
sv 650 99-02
katana 750 98-05
gsxr 600 92-93
gsxr 750 88-95
gsxr 1100 89-98
gsxr 130099-05
bandit 1200 96-05

Rear calipers
92-93 gsxr 600
88-95 gsxr 750
89-98 gsxr 1100


Most of this info is on gixxer.com in the oilcooled section.
www.gixxer.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=15

hope it helps
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354578

a great resourse for anyone doing a fighter !!!!
thanks
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354603

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This guy know's his stuff when it comes to those early Gixxers. I bought my forks from him off of eBay, and they are in killer shape.

BTW welcome to KZR, Mario! Hope you find the info you need to get the right bike.
1978 KZ1000 A2 Click--->Build Thread
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354609

Thanks Joshua

I think if i read here to much is going to make the addiction worst. There are a lot of beautiful bikes here.
My first bike ever was a 76 kz 900, so i'm looking for something similar, as a project that is.

Send me a pic of the part you needed?
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354627

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what year handle grips can be converted..i want that modern look and feel
1976 KZ900 A4 38 years and counting
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354628

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can the turn signals be made to work?
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354803

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Welcome rodriguez .
Thanks for the info.
I have a 76kz. What direction will u take with your project? stock , fighter?
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01 CBR600F4i Track bike.
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #354998

trianglelaguna wrote:
can the turn signals be made to work?

I guess where there is a will there is a way.:laugh: Sorry don't know about the turn signals.

I think most grips are universal.
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GSXR PARTS INTERCHANGE 4 years 8 months ago #355000

mark1122 wrote:
Welcome rodriguez .
Thanks for the info.
I have a 76kz. What direction will u take with your project? stock , fighter?
.B)

Deff going the oringinal, spoke wheels, side winder pipe, and low.

Something to take to work everyday and take to the 1/8 mile track every ones in a while. That's what i would love, but it will probably be a rough ride.
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