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Can you use a 93-95 GSXR 750 front end. I know it is not adjustable, but it is inverted has 4 pot calipers.....
 
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it is adjustable and I believe it will bolt right on.
I had it on my hawk.
 
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TWF said:
it is adjustable and I believe it will bolt right on.
I had it on my hawk.
bolt up as in with your bearing or with a stock first gen bearings.
thanks all knowing.
 

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hmmm.....I am thinking about partingmy 93 GSXR out instead of building it. This might be the decision maker--usable SV parts for modding
 
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go for it. gives you something to do...
off topic but what kind of tail section do you have i like the looks of your bike.
 
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Kid Thunder said:
bolt up as in with your bearing or with a stock first gen bearings.
thanks all knowing.
with stock bearings,dont need my bearing.
 

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I know the SRAD is 19mm shorter than stock. Any specs on the 93-95??? I can take measurements.....I am rally excited about this working. All I need is another SV to build LOL
 
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I know the SRAD is 19mm shorter than stock. Any specs on the 93-95??? I can take measurements.....I am rally excited about this working. All I need is another SV to build LOL
I think older ones are longer.if I can remember,gsxr1100 has longest forks.it is been long time and I may be wrong.measure it.
 

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I think older ones are longer.if I can remember,gsxr1100 has longest forks.it is been long time and I may be wrong.measure it.
I measured from the top of the fork to the bottome. 28.5" Fork OD is 52.75mm
Distance between forks 6.5"
Nissin 4 pots and a different axle than the SRAD
 

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I did it with a 97 750 and I kept both the stock triples, also still have steering stop, and speedo use, oh did I mention key lock! You do have to use the gixx wheel, roters, and fender though. Same brakes.

it was the easyest thing I have done. My bike is an 03 sv1/2s
 

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I did it with a 97 750 and I kept both the stock triples, also still have steering stop, and speedo use, oh did I mention key lock! You do have to use the gixx wheel, roters, and fender though. Same brakes.

it was the easyest thing I have done.    My bike is an 03 sv1/2s
You mean the GSXR triples, right?
 

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No I used my SV triples. I've gone 1000 mi on it already and it seems fine. I hope I didn't do something wrong.
 
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No I used my SV triples. I've gone 1000 mi on it already and it seems fine. I hope I didn't do something wrong.
was that 97 or 87 gsxr fork?
 

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No I used my SV triples. I've gone 1000 mi on it already and it seems fine. I hope I didn't do something wrong.
huh??? how did you squeeze the forks through the triples. 41mm doesn't = 52mm
 

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Is it a USD or conventional fork?
 

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bought the front end of A Bike, for $325

are you sure!, they came with upper and lower triples, front brake system, fender, wheel/ w roters and axel.

if it is then oh well, my old one's were bent anyway. Well the left one.
 
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