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Old 03-05-2011, 02:36 PM   #41
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Old 03-05-2011, 02:38 PM   #42
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And this is a pic of the old motor on the floor and the new one in..
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See was that so hard? It sure looks up seeing a frame with no motor. I'm tired of seeing mine in that condition.
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Old 03-05-2011, 02:43 PM   #44
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Yea.....when I finally pulled the motor out and it was just the frame I was thinkin o what did i do. I sent a pic to my friend that used to be at the track with me on the black 600 and he said we are takin weight reduction to a whole new level now huh.
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Old 03-09-2011, 04:23 PM   #45
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All that is left is to switch the ignition and put the plastics back on. Should be ready to roll tonight other then I need a new chain.
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All that is left is to switch the ignition and put the plastics back on. Should be ready to roll tonight other then I need a new chain.
So you gonna bring that beast out to baytown friday night? im thinking about making the trip out there.
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Old 03-09-2011, 10:23 PM   #47
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Probably won't be done but I am gonna try. The ignition didnt fit so it took some modification which took a while. Finally got it in and went to put the gas tank on and it dosnt fit. Gotta figure out a way to make that go on now. Now that its down to the little nothing wants to go together right. I'll get it all together though.
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Probably won't be done but I am gonna try. The ignition didnt fit so it took some modification which took a while. Finally got it in and went to put the gas tank on and it dosnt fit. Gotta figure out a way to make that go on now. Now that its down to the little nothing wants to go together right. I'll get it all together though.
did you use your stock gsxr750 tank? whats stopping it? the airbox?
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Old 03-10-2011, 11:09 AM   #49
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Yea stock tank and it hits the airbox. Im gonna see if I can make to 750 airbox work.
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If i remember correctly when i was doing my research, you have to use the 750 airbox
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Well the original search I did said to use the 1k aribox for bettewr fitment but on second look that was an 04 1k to an 04 750. Im gonna see if I can fit the 750 box and and make it work.
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You can keep all that lol. When i get this tank on I think I will call it done for now. I still have the air shifter, 2pc3, multi hub, and nitrous stuff I will have to run and hook up but I think I will just enjoy it stock for a little while and take a break. It will be faster then it was and keep me happy for a little while at least.
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You can keep all that lol. When i get this tank on I think I will call it done for now. I still have the air shifter, 2pc3, multi hub, and nitrous stuff I will have to run and hook up but I think I will just enjoy it stock for a little while and take a break. It will be faster then it was and keep me happy for a little while at least.




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cant get the 750 airbox to fit. It dosnt line up on and the hose connection is sitting on the fuel rail so I will never get the hose on. If I cant figure out a way to make the 1k box work I guess I will just have to order a tank shell and a fuel cell.
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cant get the 750 airbox to fit. It dosnt line up on and the hose connection is sitting on the fuel rail so I will never get the hose on. If I cant figure out a way to make the 1k box work I guess I will just have to order a tank shell and a fuel cell.
Know anyone what can weld? Cut up the underside of the tank and make it fit around the air box.

What year frame, and what year motor is that again?
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cant get the 750 airbox to fit. It dosnt line up on and the hose connection is sitting on the fuel rail so I will never get the hose on. If I cant figure out a way to make the 1k box work I guess I will just have to order a tank shell and a fuel cell.
can you put the 750 airbox cover on the 1000 box, maybe the 750 cover is a little shallower? or dent the underside of the tank to fit?
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04 750 frame and 06 1k motor. I asked the guy at hybrid and he said this......It will be a tight fit due to the taller motor. Remember you are installing a larger motor that was not intended for that frame. You just have to force down the tank on the airbox and over time it will conform better to the inside of the tank. Everyone else that's done this swap hasn't had any problems once it's been seated.
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750 cover wont fit on the other bottom. The one for the 750 has a more angled bend on the top so the tank will clear where as the 1k top is more rounded and dosnt slope down enough. I need maybe 1/4 of an inch to get the front two holes on the tank to line up so maybe I can "force" it in to place. Just gonna be a to get it there and hold it while putting the bolts in
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750 cover wont fit on the other bottom. The one for the 750 has a more angled bend on the top so the tank will clear where as the 1k top is more rounded and dosnt slope down enough. I need maybe 1/4 of an inch to get the front two holes on the tank to line up so maybe I can "force" it in to place. Just gonna be a to get it there and hold it while putting the bolts in
tiedown strap wrapped over the tank and hooked to the frame. Pull it down and put the bolts in. Or get some longer bolts(m6 thread i believe, if its the same as an 01) and just put a couple of washers between the tank and the frame, and angle the tank back a hair.

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