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Suzuki GT750 1977

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09 August 2007

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Kettle reworked to accept GSXR1000K5 suspension.Goodridge hoses ,wavy discs.Carbon rear hugger , chain gaurds . Engine tuned by Stan Stephens , Allspeed expansion chambers. GSXR rear bodywork

Mods: Bars/levers/grips, Bodywork, Brakes, Crash protectors, Engine tuning, Exhaust, Footrests, Frame, Front suspension, Gearing, Lights, Lightweight parts, Paintwork/cosmetics, Polishing/plating, Rear suspension, Seat, Wheels

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K5 Kettle

ITS GOOD . lOVE IT . GOT ALL THE USUAL MODERN ROCKETS BUT THIS KICK STARTED SOMTHING ..... BUILDING ANOTHE JUST FOR THE TRACK ! THE K5 KETTLE IS RUNNING IN AFTER SOME MAJOR ENGINE SURGERY AND HAS NOW GOT BIGGER CARBS AND A BETTER EXHAUST SYSTEM. I HAVE CHANGED THE GEARING AROUND AND I THINK ITS good for 85bhp - pulls all the way with a nice kick !

15 August 2007 05:24

edandsa

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kettle

you just made a great bike better. My mate had the blueprints to port the kettle engine to TR1 vspec like wot sheeny had before the RG's . We were at croft and Ron Haslam was fine tuning his works Yamaha at a Auto 66 club meeting. My mate was in the same class for one of the races on his kettle and believe it or not he beat Haslam senior on his works Yamaha. They were the days when all you needed was the skill to port a two stroke properly.

11 August 2007 22:53

jonmgoo

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GT750

This bike looks great when standard but your bike is fantastic, big thumbs up. Is it quick???

11 August 2007 08:06