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Old 06-23-2005, 11:43 AM   #21
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Re: My bike is having surgery today....

no snorkles, ive always wondered about later gen side covers.
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Old 06-23-2005, 02:10 PM   #23
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its workin now
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drop an 01-02 1000 motor in there.
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Old 06-28-2005, 02:11 PM   #25
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Re: My bike is having surgery today....

Won't fit w/o major surgery. However we used to put GSXR1100 motors in them all the time.
BTW a Bandit 1200 motor would also work. I'd put your cams in it and use the carbs you have. You'd need an '89-'90 1100 exhaust and you'd be in business, approximately 135 / 140 rwhp!


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Won't fit w/o major surgery. However we used to put GSXR1100 motors in them all the time.
BTW a Bandit 1200 motor would also work. I'd put your cams in it and use the carbs you have. You'd need an '89-'90 1100 exhaust and you'd be in business, approximately 135 / 140 rwhp!


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Re: My bike is having surgery today....

the 1200 motor I had planned for a while now......... But I just put this new 750( completely rebuilt.) about 2 thousand miles ago. Gonna run with it for a while...... When I got it from Jerrel, poor bike was running on 3 and just, didnt run well at all. Poor bike lol.
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