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hobbymotor:

Vintage GSXr

hobbymotor:

Vintage GSXr

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I’m going to lace a bigger rim in the back to fit a 150 or 160 rear tire. Still have to bend the back loop for the cafe seat that I made and make mounts for the rear sets.

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Progress. This thing is really turning out sweet! I still have to make the bottom hoop and make the mount on top for the shock. Its going to be about 3”-4” longer than stock so I hope it doesn’t affect my cornering that much.

I cut the axle blocks off the old swing arm and cleaned them up to use on the new swing arm. Put them on the mill and opened them up to 1.25” to fit the tubing. Also welded some round caps on the tubing to give a better finish look.

I’m starting to build a 74 CB 750 Cafe with one of the custom seats I’ve made and I’m also making a custom single shock swingarm to fit a 150 or 160 wide tire. I’ve got all winter long and I’ve been collecting parts and its time I do some thing with them. This is the beginning of the project. There will be a slow trickle of updates!

Just got done going through the carbs. Gotta get my rides in before mr. Winter rolls in.

Just got done going through the carbs. Gotta get my rides in before mr. Winter rolls in.

I had to make my own wheel spacers since the rotor lip and wheel center hole were different diameters (M3 wheels that I put on a 5 series) and the wheels needed to come out anyway. I’ve got $20 in these and they work perfectly! Make stuff yourself!