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jeroen klaassens  says:

Suzuki GS750 cafe racer

In july 2011 I purchased a 1977 Suzuki GS750. Since then I have transformed the bike into a cafe racer. The engine is stock (65,000km). I made my own exhaust, seat, brackets, did all the welding jobs, resprayed the frame (removed all the unnecessary parts), rebuilt the forks and the calipers. The battery sits where the centre stand was. I used imitation K&N filters...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (16 November 2012 14:33)

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Jan 09

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hairybob says:

GS 750

nice rearsets did you make them

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Apr 04

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andyhrc says:

Wow, what a sad end for a classic Jap 4. At least the original bike had a seat and a chain-guard, and proper clocks etc. Now it looks like something from Scrapheap Challenge. I hate it. Sorry.

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Jan 13

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Kahopue says:

The battery sits where the centre stand was. I used imitation K&N filters and did the rejetting of the carbs myself. The bike is fanastic to ride and I'm very proud! economics essay | philosophy essays

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Oct 10

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There are so many of these 'cafe racer' type bikes now.Ruined a good original bike.

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