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Old 08-12-2012, 09:21 AM   #1
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Can't wait to Ride Again (Finally healed up)

Hey guys,
I'm starting on some major reconstructive surgery on my bike from my accident on ride a while back.

Parts are for a Susuki GSXR 750 2002

http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...=43.:banghead:
Thats the ride from way back then. Not sure how to make it so you can open it. oh well.

I need advice on which parts would be the best route to getting them. Just gonna try to get a little at a time. Any help and info would be a great help in getting back on the road. thankou in advance for any help.

I'm not familiar with all the parts. But will do my best to explain. some of the things I know will be easier and cheaper than some. So hear it goes.

Plastics all around (side fairings, tail fairing, front fairing, windshield

clutch and brake levers.

Thanks again for any help and direction in getting my bike back together again.

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Mirrors

? The whole bracked that holds the fairing, headlights and all those front end acc. Not sure what it's called at the moment.

Both air tubes

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Old 08-12-2012, 09:48 AM   #2
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welcome back! hope you can get the bike rebuilt fast
Shouldn't be to bad, just some time and money. The work shouldnt be to bad. I got the manual and tools, just got to dive into it.
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Hit up the gixxer forums. People parting out bike they convert to track bikes. The main bracket is the fairing stay.
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Hit up the gixxer forums. People parting out bike they convert to track bikes. The main bracket is the fairing stay.
Will def. check into that. Thankyou

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For the fairing stay, I got mine (k5 600) from Ebay for $70 shipped brand new. Some seller from CA or AZ with 99% rating, arrived in a week or so. The fit was perfect.

For the plastics, I bought an aftermarket set from Auctmarts. It saved me the trouble of piecing together a mis-matched set if I were to buy used. The shipping takes a whole month, but that was the only downside for me. For the price, I was very satisfied with the quality and fit.

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For the fairing stay, I got mine (k5 600) from Ebay for $70 shipped brand new. Some seller from CA or AZ with 99% rating, arrived in a week or so. The fit was perfect.

For the plastics, I bought an aftermarket set from Auctmarts. It saved me the trouble of piecing together a mis-matched set if I were to buy used. The shipping takes a whole month, but that was the only downside for me. For the price, I was very satisfied with the quality and fit.

Good luck w/ the repairs!
Sounds good. thanks man
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Ebay will be your friend for most of the parts you need. Being an '02, you might have to dig a little. Might wanna check with Patrick, but I think '00-'02 600 and 750 parts will fit your bike.
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Parts anyone?

Gonna try to do anything to move on with a little progress with my repairs. If anyone knows where I can find some ram air tubes for my bike it would be greatly appreciated. Just a reminder they're for 02 gsxr 750. Haven't ordered the fairing stay or fairings yet.

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