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Old 03-28-2010, 10:26 PM   #1
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05 busa question

can anyone tell me what other front ends and rims fit on an 05 busa. please state if its a true bolt on or mods needed
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Old 03-28-2010, 10:52 PM   #2
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rims won't bolt on to anything, they are permanantly attached to the wheel! as to what wheels will fit that I don't know other than the stock wheels
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thanks for the great info.... and the free bump
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You can put a gixxer 1000 front end and wheels on one but you will have to re-spring the forks. Then you get lighter wheels, radial caliper brakes etc. Just make sure you use everything from the 1000, even the master cylinder. You can still use the Busa top tree and tree cover though.
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i think some tl1000 stuff will fit also. i know they had different color brake calipers and forks
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I have a lead on a wrecked bike. I want to see my option to see what to offer. If I could only put on BUSA stuff then fine. But If I have several options... then I can spend bit more because my chance increase for getting a good deal on a front end.

Not really a Busa guy but all this HRP talk is making want to try one out. I'd like to see what I can run on a busa. Last time I was at the track was on my k1 gsxr back in 02. ran 10 flat stock with street set up(not lowered or geared)
I'll know by mid april if I pick it up.
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I have a lead on a wrecked bike. I want to see my option to see what to offer. If I could only put on BUSA stuff then fine. But If I have several options... then I can spend bit more because my chance increase for getting a good deal on a front end.

Not really a Busa guy but all this HRP talk is making want to try one out. I'd like to see what I can run on a busa. Last time I was at the track was on my k1 gsxr back in 02. ran 10 flat stock with street set up(not lowered or geared)
I'll know by mid april if I pick it up.
i have 1 for sale
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probaby not in my price range though.... :(
as long as I can buy it I can park it and put it together at my own pace. or at ,y wallets pace. lol
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:59 PM   #10
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ok I got word that the bike was laid over. Forks bent, not sure on the rim. nose is trashed. so i'm thinking it's usually worse than they say. so i'm thinking i'll need complete front end, complete nose(light, brackets and so on.) probably lower fairings as well.....
i'm saying
$4-500 for a complete front end.
$300 for nose with lights
$200 lows

so i'm think about $1000 in repairs. does that sound about right?
what is a decent deal (for me)in this condition?
what is too much to pay...
thanks in advance.
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