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    parliamo di ammortizzatori (1th and 2nd gen shock swap)

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    ghostrider.1127
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    parliamo di ammortizzatori (1th and 2nd gen shock swap)

    Post by ghostrider.1127 on Wed 02 Feb 2011, 21:11

    gsxr 750 00-03 325 mm
    gsxr600 01-03 325mm


    GSXR 1000 2001-2002 329.5mm
    GSXR 1000 2003-2004 332.5mm
    GSXR 1000 2005-2006 325.5mm
    GSXR 1000 2007-2008 315mm
    GSXR 1000 2009 320mm
    devo controllare il carico molla di quelli 600-750 06-08 ma credo siano ok
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    busa / srad e altri 600-750- 1000 sono troppo lunghi

    bisogna spostare il portabatteria indietro di 7 cm
    si capisce cosa ce da taglare modificare
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    sicuramente si va ad alzare il retrotreno di almeno 20-25 mm

    e possibile usare anche unita di cbr 1000rr o 600rr
    e qualche kawasaki
    ma bisogna muovere la batteria in altro loco


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    Re: parliamo di ammortizzatori (1th and 2nd gen shock swap)

    Post by ghostrider.1127 on Thu 03 Feb 2011, 16:56

    shock upgrade (with orignal swingarm)

    yamaha r6 r1
    version eye>eye
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    have to narrow the one eyelet  only but 2 or 3mm.
    just carefully popped-out the rubber seals, milled each side of the eyelet down a bit, cleaned the shavings and aluminum dust out, re-greased and popped the rubber seals back in,also you must re-locate the battery box


    GSXR 1100 shock length 315mm, shock stroke 69mm, spring rate 6.1kg/ mm
    GSXR 750 shock length 290.5mm, shock stroke 61mm, spring rate ???kg/ mm
    R1 shock length 300mm, shock stroke 65mm, spring rate 8.6kg/ mm
    R6 shock length 300mm +/- 5mm (depending on year), shock stroke 65mm, spring rate 9.8kg/ mm to 10.8kg/ mm


    and original battery try mod.
    On my battery box i cut out a small section for the reservoir to poke through, then added foam strip around the hole to ensure the battery didn't touch. It still fits with the seat pad on, worth a try before relocating the battery!
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    Top of the battery after fitting the shock and rubber insulation......just enough clearance for the seat to fit!
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    Re: parliamo di ammortizzatori (1th and 2nd gen shock swap)

    Post by davereed on Wed 27 Jul 2011, 00:43

    Did you gain any ride height with the R1 shock or should I look for a newer gen GSXR shock for my 86 1100?

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    Re: parliamo di ammortizzatori (1th and 2nd gen shock swap)

    Post by marcopiega on Thu 10 Nov 2011, 16:58

    La prima foto sembra l'amm.di un K1 o K2 ma l'attacco alla base è a forca. Gli amm Yama invece sono di solito a occhiello. Non è il caso di distinguere?

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