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Old 03-14-2010, 09:49 AM   #1
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GSXR 600/750 hybrid feedback sought

Hi All, Long story short a '06 GSXR 600 with a '07 GSXR 750 engine may replace my son's '03 RC51.

Is this a common swap? Anyone have experiance with this setup? Any pitfalls? Engine/exhaust is bone stock and dynos ~ 120 RWHP, what will a stock 600 roughly do on the dyno?

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Old 03-14-2010, 10:32 AM   #2
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I've read a lot of cycle world and sport rider magazines, and they say 105hp and top speed of about 130-150 mph on the k8 600.
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Totally different bikes. V-Twin vs Inline 4.

Keep the RC, be different
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BC, The RC is in pieces as of yesterday...

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BC, The RC is in pieces as of yesterday...

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Old 03-14-2010, 11:38 AM   #6
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Fat chick in a Honda pulled out in front of my tech out here in San Fran. Just had the forks redone. He swerved to keep from killing himself and raked a fence. Tech is ok. Witnesses on hand and LEO on site. Jabba tried to duck and run into a parking garage. Whe called out she turned on the water works, LEO (female and kinda hot) was having none of it. Bike is totaled. The entire left side is sheared off. My tech is lucky he didn't loose a limb. He has a 06 GSXR 600 with a 750 engine at his shop. Nice bike. Clean title. Dyno'd at 120. I loved my RC but after this I think I might be making the switch. I'm wicked .
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Dont the 600/750 share the same frame anyway? Im not a big tech guy but it sounds reasonable
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Is the tch giving you his bike because he crashed yours? Or are you buying the bike from him?
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Is the tch giving you his bike because he crashed yours? Or are you buying the bike from him?

Once the insurance BS goes through it would be a purchase, not a trade. He is really wanting to make things right though.
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same frame
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Simple bolt in.

GSXR600 is supposed to be 108HP, while the GSXR750 is supposed to be 119HP.

If he is a tech (which means he has some level of intelligence) the swap is a mere bolt in. You should be good with this combo.

The hot ticket these days is to stuff a GSXR1000 into the GSXR600 chassis (requires brackets and some other mods, not quite a simple bolt in). Another is to stuff the GSXR1300 into the 600/750 chassis, but this requires significant chassis mods and significant welding.

I hope this helps.
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Thanks all for info!

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wow! This is sounds like some info I would like to know more about.. Where can I find some more info on stuffing a 750 in a 600 chassis and a 1000 in a 600..
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swap is bolt in like the other posts have stated. havent done it myself but google it, there are plenty of writeups.

my old 02 gixxer6 was dynoed at 101 rwhp w/ full hindle exhaust and remap.
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There are plenty of documented swaps for the 750 in the 600 chassis. Even the 1000 in the 600 chassis is fairly bolt in but with brackets and some clearancing.

However the Busa motor in the 600/750 chassis is a whole different animal. There was a clearanced / tigged frame on psychobike not too long ago that they were asking serious coin for, but it was done "right". Due to the heavy mods on the frame for this swap, you really want the frame done right.

Just get a 1000 and spray it...
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Thumper you're gonna like that 750. Besides, it's good to change bikes once in a while... try somethin new.
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