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post #221 of 681 (permalink) Old 11-09-2012, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

I dont have done anything to this bike at long time now.
I need a little break from this project, and I use my time to my old Gsxr 1100.

But 3-4 weeks I would begin to build a radiator not like the pic i have posted before, but more complicated and with a fan.

But I need a exhaust manifold before I can build this radiator to.
I dont have order it yet but I would do it later

Have does it go with your ram air system?

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How is you radiator coming along becaus i plan to use your idea too.

Becaus with removal of the fan i can place a smaller radiator behind the main one just like your setup.
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post #222 of 681 (permalink) Old 11-09-2012, 06:42 PM
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

been wondering how this project has been going.. thx for the update. the long winter is comming so there will be time to tinker on projects.
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Is long time I have posted some pictures. I have a little break from this project, but I have done little things.

Next thing is to build a radiator, I will use a Gsxr 750 K5 register and make my own tanks to it.

good idea on the radiator, a local guy here in the states put a gen 1 busa motor in a 2k 750, it overheated pretty bad and some times would boil over, I just think it was due to the small radiator but could have been something as small as radiator cap pressure, his name is Cedric and I think he still works at Everett Powersports, Everett, Washington. USA

I dunno if he sold it before he solved the issue or if he solved it? I went with a new busa instead of the hybrid...
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any updates on this project lately
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post #225 of 681 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 10:49 AM Thread Starter
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any updates on this project lately
Not many updates, but I have ordered Tiforce Sumo exhaust now.

When i get this exhaust I will begin to work more with this project and more pistures will come
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post #226 of 681 (permalink) Old 11-22-2012, 11:45 AM
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

Nice work ragekiller! I definitely want to see the rest of your progress, and cant wait to see the finished sleeper! I may make my K8 Gixxer a sleeper in the future I'm thinking of going w/ a complete K8-10 GSXR1000 because the trans is stacked like a 600 but I need to research the dimensions of the 1000. If any one would be willing to map one for me; length of head, mounts, cover to cover, width of top of block towards the rear in accordance to the position of the rear lower mount and upper mount (how much I would need to cut the front of the frame near the clutch cover if need be) and anything else that anyone would have knowledge about this procedure would be much appreciated. Found this http://www.psychobike.com/forums/600...000-600-a.html is post #2 true?

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post #227 of 681 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

I get my Tiforce Sumo Titan exhaust today.
Its awesome, 1mm (040) tick with greats welds.

Here some pictures
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

can't wait to see this bike on the road, WOW

whats the paint going to be?
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

This bike just gets better and better!
What's that little black box with a serial port in it?
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Looking good... I bet you are excited to be getting so close.
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how did i manage to miss this thread sub'd
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post #232 of 681 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

Thanks

Is still alot of work yet, I will soon try to build a cool radiator.

This blackbox is a Ignition box and is full programmable, very nice.

My plan is to have 96/97 fairing with race logos.

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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

Looking like that engine was meant to be in that chassis now...

Keep the pics coming!
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Is still alot of work yet, I will soon try to build a cool radiator.

This blackbox is a Ignition box and is full programmable, very nice.

My plan is to have 96/97 fairing with race logos.

I will wait to see how your radiator goed before i hack mine up

But first i need to bend the yoshimura pipes to see how much room there is for an extra radiator.

Hopefully i wont get any kinks
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It would be interesting to see a comparison between this bike and the Hayabusa Formula X! "The Formula X bike not only won its class at the last Suzuka 8-Hour, beating all sorts of Yamaha R1s and Kawasaki ZX-9Rs, it also qualified on the tail of Noriyuki Haga's factory Yamaha YZF-R7 in the process, and finished 12th overall. Hai! It's a little bigger and heavier, but you can get more power from 1300cc than you can from 750, can't you? Let's see, that's, ahhh, 550cc more-very damn near a GSX-R750 and a 600. Now all we need to do is find somebody crazy enough to ride it. Where's that Gobert guy?"


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ill ride it.
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post #237 of 681 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 05:30 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

Have done little to my bike, I have welded on a exhaust bracket for my new exhaust.
I have still waiting on my motocross radiator I ordered on ebay,I hope I can weld in this radiator in a stock K5-K7 1000 radiator. Time will show

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Re: Gsxr 600 Project Busa

Is that an R100 in the background?
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Yes is a R100 with Rx7 type 2 streetport engine
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Yes is a R100 with Rx7 type 2 streetport engine
Awesome, a 13b ported out.
Rock on mate!
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