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  2. cheese monkey

    1200 into GSX750 Inazuma

    It was 10 years ago mate that I did the last one and there have been many many beers since then.... Chopping the frame is an option however I would rather not chop the GSX frame! Off they come then I guess. I'll start soaking in penetrating fluid in the morning.
  3. R1guy

    1200 into GSX750 Inazuma

    You can cut the frame instead?
  4. cheese monkey

    1200 into GSX750 Inazuma

    Thanks chaps. Got started with stripping the B12 down this evening. Its a total shed. I though about putting the 750 engine in it but I'd have to spend too much money on it to get it through MOT, safe enough to ride and presentable enough to sell. So its going to be torn down totally for spares. Spent a few hours on it and got all of the ancilliary stuff off. Amazed it hadnt burnt down to be honest the main fuel line was the worst I have ever seen. Cracked almost all the way through in several places. Still need to get the chain off, drain oil and drop the oil cooler off. I cant remember if its necessary to take the headers off to get the engine out? I expect it is however I would really rather not try the studs if I can avoid it for obvious reasons. Got all the engine mounts cracked easily so they are ready to go, so that was a result
  5. yann7/11r

    MotoMartin spine frame GsxR1127cc engine

    Tradionnaly ...i'll be on the Paul Ricard racetrack in the south of France for what will be for sure ''great"! Pleased to meet some OSS members overthere ! Cheers.
  6. MooreMatthew

    Why do I see a slabby project and have to buy it

    Think now is the time to snap them up if going cheap could be a garage extension on the cards Just to finish smartening my turbo blandit fueling and wiring then can make a start on one of them
  7. Nelson

    k9 front end in slabbie

    Hi Scara, Where / who did the extensions for you, there was a company in Aus that did a nice kit but they seem to have stopped. Excellent build thread & a great Slabby, credit to you.
  8. Fazz711

    130/80/17 Tyre On My Gsx1100

    Sorry. Forgot the EFE had tube less. Gs and GSX ET are definetly tubed.
  9. Ben Slabby

    Tacho question

    Sounds like you've lost a ground connection somewhere.
  10. nachopa

    Doubts about GSX 1100 models

    It took me more than expected but the project post is ready https://oldskoolsuzuki.info/forums/topic/10557-the-rusty-spanish-gsx-1100-¿ex/
  11. dupersunc

    1200 into GSX750 Inazuma

    All my 7/11s have run 750cdi, they'll be fine. The engines run out of puff well before you hit the limiter.
  12. Blubber

    Tacho question

    The wiring.... Drum roll...hat... Coat
  13. 1100fred

    1200 into GSX750 Inazuma

    I’d fit the 1200 cdi don’t know if the valves will live with the 750 one
  14. philwright

    Tacho question

    My Tacho has suddenly decided to only work when the lights are switched off , any advice as to what to check welcomed....ta.
  15. Swiss Toni

    GSX1100 Et Alternative Back Caliper

    You don't need any grease nipples! Take out the banjo bolt. Get an old fashioned 'lever type' grease gun. Unscrew the nozzle off the end of your grease gun hose, and screw the hose into the caliper gently. Its not quite the right thread, but if you're carefull, it'll be fine. STOP when it stops! Pump away! If that won't shift it, nothing will! If you need to get pistons out of the opposite caliper half, split the caliper, make blanks out of thick rubber sheet, stick it in the vice, nipping the rubber up over the transfer ports. (and use mole grips) if you need to (2 ports), pump away again. As your bleed nipples are paggered, you may have to free off the pistons in the banjo bolt side first, re-insert them, then make sure they're locked in the retracted position, hold them in this position whilst pumping again, and the opposite side will start to shift. You get the general idea. Never been beat using this method! Of course, if you know you're going to need pistons out, you could always try the bike own hydraulics first. You never know, maybe they'll pop right out ... or not!!!
  16. Chadillac

    B-12(16)T

    Here are a few pics
  17. Chadillac

    B-12(16)T

    I’m guessing the 2560 due to the 60 trim?
  18. banoffee

    Why do I see a slabby project and have to buy it

    Mmm... slabbies
  19. nickyboy.4

    GSX1100 Et Alternative Back Caliper

    Thanks for the replies
  20. KATANAMANGLER

    Why do I see a slabby project and have to buy it

    Unless your question is rhetorical the answer is: Because slabby!
  21. clivegto

    Why do I see a slabby project and have to buy it

    Get another shed, I did.
  22. no class

    B-12(16)T

    t25...….2554 or 2560 ? both good for 200+ hp but max out 250-270 . @leblowski has used both the tdo4 and 2560 on his bikes I believe.....he would be the best to ask for a direct comparison
  23. Gixer1460

    B-12(16)T

    Doesn't sound to 'out of the ballpark' - got to be worth a try? Worst case scenario is you'd have to change some flanges to fit a TD04 or adapt them (they aren't that much different)
  24. clivegto

    B-12(16)T

    The one I run on my bike is a tdo4l.
  25. Chadillac

    B-12(16)T

    Other option right now is a Garrett t25 (60 trim) that my buddy has with internal gate. Compressor housing is .48 a/r and turbine housing is .63 a/r. Can anyone advise if this is something worth using or better off with a td04/5?
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  27. cheese monkey

    1200 into GSX750 Inazuma

    mk2 unfortunately
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