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  1. Glad to help Simon , just a quick fiddle today as time was a bit short , I am sure it can still be improved but just the feel on my drive was a LOT better than when you arrived, the setup was awful , I am not surprised it was trying to put into a low level orbit . She does sound well with that drag pipe but I know for sure that would have me in a ditch .
  2. 89 - 92 frame numbers all start GV73A-B so it may be a call to Suzuki UK to find out at what frame number they changed from l to M or look in a Haynes manual they normally have that info GSX-R1100 GV73A-B
  3. Thanks Simon, if its worth doing its worth doing correctly, whoever rebuilt them last time needs a guide dog, that crease and bulge at where they had been bent(typical bottom yoke crease) was easy to spot just by running a hand up the stantion , on a plus side they had put all new bushes in so that saved you a few quid but you wouldn't believe the amount of crud that came out of the bottom of the old stantions when I removed the shuttles , obviously never been cleaned , they must have only just been done the oil was still very clean.Looking fwd to seeing the old girl sometime soon
  4. And Braided Hoses and DECENT PADS
  5. Simons suspenders in bits for inspection . Fork stanchions have been bent and badly straightened at some time, Shock shaft bush is well tired . That's at a glance , will get a proper look at in the near future .
  6. 1052 gudgeon pins are too large for the rods 750 has 19mm 1052 has 20mm , I would not want to risk reaming the rods , I doubt they would hold out for long . I have been looking at doing similar things for a while
  7. 630 was the order of the day way back when but most 530s now have a higher tensile strength than any 630, other plus points are they are CHEAPER and lighter , depending on whay wheel/cush drive you are using there is probably a 530 rear sprocket to fit front is easy .
  8. Thanks Guys, All braided hoses manufactured from Hel parts to Hel specs using Hel approved equipment and process . Hel factory trained, Dash 3 brake and clutch hoses made to your specs so any length and any fittings on the ends, all hose has a pvc cover available in 12 colours or clear , banjos in black, gold blue red green purple or stainless steel machine polished, I am under discussion regarding having banjos and bolts polished to SHOW standard.
  9. you can make any frame handle , its down to how much you brace it and set up the angles, rake, trail ,swingarm angle ,are the most important ones but then you get into swingarm spindle height, rocker arm ratio, yoke offset , the wheels suspension , the difference made to my RK when I fitted ZX10R forks , yokes,wheel ,brakes and amatching 5.5" ZX6R rear wheel was like night and day compared to the SRAD stuff I had in before, turns in super late and holds a line with ease.
  10. SEP in Kegworth for crank and cams regrinds
  11. That 1000S was popping up everywhere and was bloody noice
  12. It depends which 750 you are talking about , its not just valve sizes , it is also port shape, Jack Valentine of V&M reckon'd the 750M had the best port shape of any oil cooled engine , my 2 884 one is an M the other an RK are both bonkers , both on flat slides and full race 4-1s , M never been dyno'd RK last time on was making 125 bhp , cant remember torque figure but it was running rich so there is more to come .I have a 750 WN waiting for a 907 kit and TMRs to be fitted when I get time
  13. So TL's are allowed in but FI SRADs aren't , where is the logic
  14. Look on the Wiseco website plenty of info on there re piston size and pin dia http://www.wiseco.com/
  15. They all used YB14LA2s