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Author Topic: 1970 Kawasaki H1 with FZR components  (Read 9325 times)

Re: 1970 Kawasaki H1 with FZR components
« Reply #10 on: Nov 09, 2013, 00:03:58 »
Whatever became of this project? Your mock-up had such a sharp stance that it motivated me to buy the front and rear off a local FZR parts bike to start upgrading my H1. Any updated pics, finished? How'd you mount the rear shock, weld in a crossbar for the mono-shock, or end up welding mounting points onto the swinger for dual shocks?


Offline Madmaxx

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Re: 1970 Kawasaki H1 with FZR components
« Reply #11 on: Nov 09, 2013, 00:21:49 »
This is an old thread. Lol!
I had a buddy weld up a custom mount for the mono shock.... then the bike got put on the backburner.
I just got a title for it last week.... lol!

I bought a set of Jemco GP style stingers with silencers for it(sitting in a box under my bed).

I'm currently putting a motor in my suspension swapped Z1.

I have over 20 bikes.... so sometimes I get lost in everything.
"Pound on it with successively bigger hammers. If it doesn't fix it, it's not supposed to come apart, or it's an electrical problem"

Re: 1970 Kawasaki H1 with FZR components
« Reply #12 on: Nov 09, 2013, 00:33:26 »
lol, I saw you post here and on another forum too, and was eager to see what became of the build. I read about the FZR swingarm swap in some other places too, so decided to take the plunge when I saw the parts available on the cheap. I'll start a thread once I get mine underway..

Offline Madmaxx

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Re: 1970 Kawasaki H1 with FZR components
« Reply #13 on: Nov 09, 2013, 02:12:11 »
The fzr forks might be better than stock.... but the inverted front ends are cooler..... but also may make your turn radius shorter (forks may hit the tank).
"Pound on it with successively bigger hammers. If it doesn't fix it, it's not supposed to come apart, or it's an electrical problem"

Offline johnu

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Re: 1970 Kawasaki H1 with FZR components
« Reply #14 on: Dec 03, 2013, 00:35:17 »
I used a modified FZR arm on my T500.

Offline AMD500

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Re: 1970 Kawasaki H1 with FZR components
« Reply #15 on: Jul 18, 2015, 14:35:57 »
any updates on this. excited to see it play out