A stylish beast of burden.
Style, we all want it….don’t we? but at what cost?
The thing about developing your own style is it takes time and effort…and a total disregard for excuses. An idea that you feed with whatever it needs and 99% of the feedback is negative…or a positive negative. The time and effort spent on the various ways of how not to do it is far from wasted.
More failures than success, but once you hit that sweet spot you make it look so effortless and flowing….but then comes the crux as the audience offers praise and, undoubtedly critique, your mindset has changed….more, more, more.
I have no idea how many times Blower1 failed to succeed in his style, but style he has. Congratulations on bike of the month.
It’s not important what you think but how you think, the mind is a beast….feed it in anyway you can.
Follow the build here
There comes a time for many early GSXR owners when replacement plastics are required, leaving us with the difficult decision of chasing a wallet-blinding original in pocket-driven condition or going after market.
We are pleased to assist in making that after market decision that bit easier by welcoming Fiberman – Fiberbike Modifications – to the trader section.54ipped direct to you from Ireland, Fiberbike Modifications – here’s a list of some of the pieces currently available.
- 1985 GSXR 750F solo seat cowl
- 1986 – 88 GSXR solo seat cowl
- 1985 – 88 GSXR Soloman seat unit
- 1988 – 90 GSXR solo seat cowl
- 1990 – 92 GSXR solo seat cowl
- 1985 – 88 GSXR 3/4 fairing
- 1991 – 1992 GSXR clock shroud
Keep your eyes peeled for a competition coming up shortly to win a Fiberbike Modifications slabside seat unit of your very own.
In the meantime, why not head over to the Trader Section for more information on what Fiberman could do for your Old Skool Suzuki? Click here for the Trader’s Thread.
What do you get if you take one well used slabby and add a heap of mojo?
If there was only 1 right answer, this machine has to be a contender. Carefully hand moulded, this early GSXR is the stuff many of us can but dream of owning. It’s built to be fast, it’s beautiful and it’s this month’s Bike of the Month.
Please join with us in congratulating Scara on his 1109 Turbo Slabside build here as it sets the benchmark for Bike of the Month in 2016.
For step by step build photos – go to the original build thread here