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Old 11-15-2012, 05:02 PM   #1
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Angry fu**ed up, i think!

Got a 07 gsxr 750 that came with frame sliders, so decided to removed them to get race rails. Removed the left side with no issues, when tried to remove right side, the long bolt broke inside the engine-side

now the frame needs to be removed to be able to remove the broken piece. the manual shows how to remove the frame but not for my situation.

Any expert opinion?
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pics would help. How far is the bolt inside the hole?
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:39 PM   #3
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Did u support the engine? Bikes ive worked on the frame slider bolts thru engine mounts. If u took out 1 at a time it would be ok but both?
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Ya they bolt through the engine mount on that bike. sux bro.
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you need to call Motorcycles Unlimited or contact Flyin'Duc on here....they will likely be able to help without dropping the motor to gain access....don't touch it anymore before things get worse....contact a professional who sees the stuff from time to time.
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Old 11-16-2012, 12:03 AM   #6
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pics would help. How far is the bolt inside the hole?
No they wont at this point since i can barely see the bolt so cam wont capture it.

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Did u support the engine? Bikes ive worked on the frame slider bolts thru engine mounts. If u took out 1 at a time it would be ok but both?
I think that's where I fu**ed up, didn't support the engine at all!!

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you need to call Motorcycles Unlimited or contact Flyin'Duc on here....they will likely be able to help without dropping the motor to gain access....don't touch it anymore before things get worse....contact a professional who sees the stuff from time to time.
That's eaxtcly what I'm doing, I'll wait till I get some Ca$h and hire a pro.

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Old 11-29-2012, 05:37 PM   #7
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This happened to my friend on his 600. What we did was put the bike on a rear bike stand to level it. Then we jackex the engine up but just barely to break free/relieve pressure off stud. Loosen engine mount clamp(where it tightens around that particular bolt on frame)-( mind u plastics may need to be removed). Then here comes the fun part. You must then, using a smaller drill bit than the bolt, a good bit preferably. Drill about a half inch into the bolt and then use a reverse tap/bolt puller and extract very carefully. Or you could do everything said previously and just keep up in drill bit size until it all comes out. Mind u I'm not a professional technician, I'm just a guy who helped his buddy with this same issue and fixed it. So if u do this and it doesn't work for you its not my fault.
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Old 12-02-2012, 08:35 PM   #8
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[QUOTE=mexgsxr1k;3423709]Then here comes the fun part. You must then, using a smaller drill bit than the bolt, a good bit preferably. QUOTE]



If you are having to ask what to do then its best to let someone else do it. BUT! What he said above is not very hard. Keep this in mind, the bolts are tight because the head of the bolt is seated against the frame. This is what makes the bolt tight. Once the bolt breaks the remaining bolt is NOT seated against anything. I have remove pleanty of broken bolts they way on many cars and bikes. I would also like to add.... use a punch to set a drilling point so you don't drill off to the side and drill ino the block.
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