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Author Topic: 1998 Gsxr 750 build  (Read 8838 times)

Offline 1fasgsxr

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #10 on: Dec 24, 2017, 10:11:36 »
I found this floating around in the air box... looks like a valve stem seal to me  :o
http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=41083.0

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Offline brad black

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #11 on: Dec 25, 2017, 02:37:32 »
that's a pretty good effort.

Offline djmaynard

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #12 on: Dec 25, 2017, 14:08:17 »
One of buddies from high school had a 97 gsxr where I had a 94 Yamaha FZR 600. He was a bit quicker but THAT bike was his first. Those were fun. Same colors as your “get to” bike.   I should’ve never gotten rid of my fzr. So much fun. Ugly, but I bought in 95 from dealer showroom with 100 miles on it.


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Offline 1fasgsxr

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #13 on: Dec 25, 2017, 20:15:31 »
Nothing wrong with that yamaha.  Nice fox body in the background too.
http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=41083.0

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Offline djmaynard

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #14 on: Dec 25, 2017, 20:45:14 »
That yellow was a bitch to keep clean


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Offline The Limey

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #15 on: Dec 26, 2017, 04:34:03 »
The 3HE FZR was a road razor in its day.  It defined sports bike handling 3 decades ago.
I was born a rocker.  I'll die a rocker.  And I'm proud of it.

Offline canyoncarver

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #16 on: Dec 26, 2017, 13:50:46 »
Super neat FZR600.

I found this while looking for images of the stock 98 GSXR750 .  Cool cut-away.

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YZF750/1000R The Fly
KZ 750 Twin
ZRX 1100
KZ400 The Rabbit
KLR650, 65 Norton, my never finished shovelhead chopper, an 86' FXR, and an F9 Bighorn
more YZF750R's, more KZ's, a Zephyr750...and the ever unfinished 75' CB550 cafe.
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Offline GV1390

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #17 on: Jan 25, 2018, 00:13:01 »
Nice man! Stoked to see more people modifying these bikes. Don't see too many of them around.

Here is my 93' GSXR1100:

Untitled by Gennaro Villella, on Flickr
93' GSXR1100, 78' CB550 and 05' Ural Patrol (2WD winter ride).

Offline hooligan998

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #18 on: Jan 25, 2018, 00:40:59 »
I always wanted one of the old slab side gixxers.  The old SRADs are nice too.  In. 

Offline crazypj

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Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Reply #19 on: Jan 25, 2018, 10:10:54 »
Nice man! Stoked to see more people modifying these bikes. Don't see too many of them around.

Here is my 93' GSXR1100:

Untitled by Gennaro Villella, on Flickr

Probably my most favorite engine ever.  8)
Which 1100, L, M? Still pretty twitchy on the street but ideal for racing
It does have limitations but a dead reliable 140 bhp. (more with a modified 1200 Bandit motor)
Oil cooling isn't most efficient but beats the hell out of air cooled (unless ducted fan) One thing Suzuki did introduce to motorcycle world  that 'everyone' now uses - under piston oil jets squirting on bottom of piston crown.
 With modern low viscosity synthetic oils, heat transfer can be improved but still needs more oil cooler surface area than a water cooled motor
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CB360's,  http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=11736.0
XS650,  http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=11922.0