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Markz9

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  1. Slabby 750 damping adjusters

    I might be able to supply the internals if you need some unfortunately reactive suspension stripped them so I don't know how them come apart
  2. Few pics...shiny things

    Cheers John engine looks great I am racing at oscherleben at the end of sept that is the last round of the csbk season so I will come and grab it before then
  3. Slabby 750/1100 foot peg interchangeablity.

    Only difference I thought was the 1100 have a rubber insert on the foot peg itself otherwise exactly same the 750 are solid alloy
  4. 1986 gsxr 1100 raising the rear end

    Hi Duncan all sorted on the 750 slabby race bike power on now but nothing to spark plug power to cdi and coils but no sparking not sure why to be honest
  5. 1986 gsxr 1100 raising the rear end

    If this is a slabby swingarm it doesn't have dog bones that's why funky monk made the whole billet bell crank a longer shock will help a little but it will contact the fork part of the bell crank
  6. 1986 gsxr 1100 raising the rear end

    You need to contact Mark stokes funky monk racing he had a batch of billet linkages made for racing to raise the back end he may still have some for sale
  7. Replacing top oil lines 1127

    I Can post a picture of the head cooler fittings I have just installed First buy the Torque kit Plus you will need a straight 1 No AN 8 fitting to the bottom feed, depending how much room under tank 2 No AN 6 straight or 90 deg fittings plus another 2 No straight or 90 deg to the T fitting 1 No AN 8 Straight or 90 deg from the T to the oil cooler and then what ever oil cooler you buy the fittings to connect it ideally 2 no 90 deg AN 8 Mark
  8. Yank web site and a couple of classic tt bikes have done it it's for my race bike not road obviously there is the sigma slipper but that is nearly £700 which is a bit steep
  9. Hi everyone has anybody carried out this on a bandit / gsxr 1127 engine I am aware that it is possible to fit a gsxr 750/1000 k slipper clutch but don't seem to be able to find any details cheers Mark
  10. Hi Garry thanks for dims
  11. Have a look on evil bay suzuki bandit 600 mk1 sprocket cover and few will come up you will need the cover,lifter mech behind the rubber bung, cable clutch lever and the perch the length of the pushrod is a bit of trial and error to get right but it's only short bit of 6mm bar make another if you muck up
  12. hi I am in the process of converting my gsxr race bike to cable clutch the 600 bandit cover, cable and lever perch were supposed to be from the bandit but what ever way I route the cable it is too short and it ought to be too long can some one confirm the length of a standard bandit 600 clutch cable before I start ringing venhill for a one off mark
  13. Setup for Mikuni TMR 40mm GSXR 1100

    These are quite a complicated bit of kit and I would suggest taking it to be set up on a dyno where are you based ? you need to make sure they understand carbs most places are only used to setting up injection systems now
  14. pics of clean things

    hi john is that my spare engine it look very clean !! mark
  15. bearings for slabby wheel swap?

    Hi just checked the bearing I have are 47mm o/d by 15mm I/d and 13.80mm wide which are fitted to a slingshot wheel let me know if you want them
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