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: 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100 Parts Interchange Info


Bones_GSXR
08-10-2004, 01:46 PM
If you have something to add post a reply and I will add it to the List. I know with a lttle work ANYTHING can be adapted but this is more for the Direct swaps.

Forks:
all 92-93 600, 88-95 750 and 89-98 1100 use the same bearings so the triples are a bolt on but the 92-93 600 and 93< 750 and 1100 have different steering stops so you have to work with that.
Late model forks work using the steering stem out of your triples and making a sleave for the late upper triple.

Swingarms:
all swingarms from 92-93 600's, 88-93 750's and 89-93 1100 have the same bearing size so are a direct swap. the 94-95 750 and 94-98 1100 arms work but you need to slip the bearing sleave and spacer out of your swingarm and replace the ones in the later arm.

Wheels:
All wheels interchange but you need the correct carrier.
92-93 600, 88-93 750 and 89-93 1100 are "twisted" spokes in 3.5 front and 5.5 rear but the 88-89 750 has a 4.5 rear.
94-95 750 and 94-98 1100 use the "straight" spoke wheels and these are lighter then the "twisted" spokes

Engines:
All swap. Air/Oil is Air /Oil be it 600, 750 or 1200 Bandit, 600, 750 or 1100 Katana, or 750 or 1100 GSXR.

Oil coolers:
"curved" (91-92 750/1100) coolers have the mounts in the same spots but the frame's lower mounts stick out from the frame farther on the 91-92 750/1100 but you can cut and space them out on your 88-90 750 and 89-90 1100. You need to get the hoses for the bike the cooler came from or even better swam to Earls UK fittings and braided lines.

Heads:
all can be swaped but cams are different and tooth count on the cma sprockes is different on the 88-89 750 and 750 Katana heads. Valve sizes are smaller on the 750 (except the 88-89 750) and there may be other differences.

Frames:
All swap but there are some differences in the rear subframe for the 91-92 750/1100 and the 1100 frame is 7lbs heaver then the 750.

Shocks:
All 92-93 600, 88-95 750 and 89-98 1100 shocks swap but the spring rates differ and the hose length varies.

Bodywork:
All lowers are the same from 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100
All the tanks from 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100 swap but te 1100 has a fuel level sender in the bottom rear so is slightly smaller in cap.
Mids from all 88-92 750 interchange
Mids from all 88-92 1100's interchange
Uppers from all 88-92 750 interchange but you need to use the correct mount 88-90 or 91-92.
Uppers from all 88-92 1100 interchange but you need to use the correct mount 88-90 or 91-92.
Uppers and mids can be swapped from 750 to 1100 but the holes in the mids will not line up and you still need the correct mount 88-90 or 91-92, the bars also have clearance issues.

Here's a chart for wheel swaps.........

DaJesta
08-14-2004, 06:58 AM
what about coils from these 750s? dont they interchange with newer bikes from 2000+?

mos
08-16-2004, 10:22 AM
IIRC the '89-89 750 head is larger than the 90-91 750 head. The 90-91 head is the same size as the 86-87 head and will not fit the 1127 motors. The 89-90 head will interchange with the 1127. The katana 750 head will work with the 88-89 750 or 1127 also. The bandit 600 head is dimensionally similar to the 86-87 or 91-92 gsxr750 head, but the cam sprocket/guide is different.

FastCat
08-17-2004, 05:44 PM
DaJesta said:
what about coils from these 750s? dont they interchange with newer bikes from 2000+?



NO.

The ignition-coils from the oilers *will* interchange with the coils from the first-gen water-cooled gixxers, GSX-F katanas, Bandits, and RF600/RF900 - but starting with the SRAD's, Suzuki started using individual coils on each spark-plug and this cannot be directly-swapped-out for the two-coil setup from the earlier models.

i3randon12
08-20-2004, 12:35 AM
does a 1993 gsxr 1100 subframe fit onto a gsxr600 frame???

how close are they?

Bones_GSXR
08-20-2004, 04:07 AM
i3randon12 said:
does a 1993 gsxr 1100 subframe fit onto a gsxr600 frame???
how close are they?


Yes it does but the 1100 has a "grab rail" while the 600 uses a strap.

Bones_GSXR
08-20-2004, 04:12 AM
FastCat said:

DaJesta said:
what about coils from these 750s? dont they interchange with newer bikes from 2000+?



NO.

The ignition-coils from the oilers *will* interchange with the coils from the first-gen water-cooled gixxers, GSX-F katanas, Bandits, and RF600/RF900 - but starting with the SRAD's, Suzuki started using individual coils on each spark-plug and this cannot be directly-swapped-out for the two-coil setup from the earlier models.




Now I just swapped a CIP (Coil in Cap) from a late GSXR to my DRZ but the only trouble is that you need the plug from the wiring harness that fits teh coil and it is not seperate, it is part of the harness so you have to destroy the harness to swap.
I am finding that Suzuki did the same thing on other bikes that they did to ours (Parts swap easy) by putting RM USD forks on my DRZ.

i3randon12
08-20-2004, 11:15 AM
how about ignition switch... what will fit onto a 1992 gsxr600?

Bones_GSXR
08-20-2004, 05:02 PM
Your best bet for interchange would be 92-93 600, 93-95 750 and 93-98 1100's as they are the third gen models and many parts interchange.

1990GSXR1100
09-04-2004, 05:44 AM
Does anyone know if it's possible to do a 6-speed conversion on a 1990 GSXR 1100? The 5-speed just kills me on long freeway hauls.

Sprinklerhead
09-06-2004, 11:56 AM
1990GSXR1100 said:
Does anyone know if it's possible to do a 6-speed conversion on a 1990 GSXR 1100? The 5-speed just kills me on long freeway hauls.



Taken from oldskoolsuzuki.info

4. 750R 6 box in a 1127 motor
The only hard thing here is to have a hole drilled through the gear box shaft, for the pushrod.
The 750 6 boxes have a single row bearing on the output shaft, and the clutch does
not have a diaphragm spring. So the easiest 1127 engines to put a 6 box in are the ones with a
single row bearing on the output shaft, and no diaphragm clutch, ie. only the GSXF1127 engines.
In these engines the 6 box drops straight in, only the shaft has to be drilled.
Second easy would be an 1127R engine with a diaphragm clutch, but no double row bearing (88-90).
In this case the box would still drop in, but for the clutch one would have to use the inner
clutch parts from a GSXF1127 (with normal springs) and the outer clutch basket from the 1127R
(with a straight cut gear, not helical).
Most work is in a 91/92 1127R where one would have to match the clutch as above + find a
solution for the double row bearing (the solution is actually to turn the double row bearing
inside out, and make a little hole for the small pin).
Of course the shift drum and forks from the 6 box have to be used as well, but they drop in
any 1127 without problems.

sbeltinc
10-31-2004, 01:52 AM
Great list!!!!

Note on the wheels:

92-93 GSXR600 are "straight” spoke and the rear is unique to the 92-93 600.
750/1100 "straight” spoke rear looks the same but are slightly heavier (Bigger cush cast into it).

Since the “straight” spoke wheels are lighter than the “twisted” spoke, and the 600 “straight” rear is lighter than similar looking 750/1100 it's the one you want if you are looking to swap.

Since it only came on the 600 for two years it’s also the most rare. As you noted, I believe you can swap with the 750/1100 if you use the matching cush assembly and maybe a bearing swap.

If anyone is looking, I have a 92-93 GSXR600 wheelset w/rotors and tires for sale on my website @: http://lwsuperbike.20m.com/photo.html

Was keeping them for a project that appears is never going to happen.

Side note: The 92-93 600 rear is also a fairly easy swap into a SV650 to get a 5.5” wheel as I’ve done several.

Scott
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Wheels:
All wheels interchange but you need the correct carrier.
92-93 600, 88-93 750 and 89-93 1100 are "twisted" spokes in 3.5 front and 5.5 rear but the 88-89 750 has a 4.5 rear.
94-95 750 and 94-98 1100 use the "straight" spoke wheels and these are lighter then the "twisted" spokes

Madbiker
02-10-2005, 02:21 PM
ok, Does anyone know if the header pipes from either the GSF 600/1200 bandit, fit onto a gsxr 750 1989 J??? I know they did the GSF750 bandit in japan, but finding one of these in breakers in the uk, is like trying to find a contact lense in a swimming pool...
Also, the bike is an import (eeyuck) from itally (we think) so has KPH clocks. this isnt too much of a hassle, but is there a rescrictor on the bike/ignition?? and finally, from a bandit 600, would the igniton advance thingy fit onto the 750? more over would it work or blow the lump???
need help with these urgent, bikes running like a sack of spuds.. the exhaust is well, cant type how we feel about it(laser road horrid thingy) pipes seem too small.
Many thanks...

spridal
02-24-2005, 10:04 AM
""all 92-93 600, 88-95 750 and 89-98 1100 use the same bearings so the triples are a bolt on ""

Hey Bones, Are you telling me I can put a steering stem and bearings from a 89 750, into my TL 1000 front end (trees) and bolt it onto my 93 600 frame with no mods ??????
This is important, I do not want to use the adapter bearings we discussed so long ago, and to this day I havent been able to dig up a steering stem from a 93 600 either.
Thanks for your help now and then, If this problem gets resolved I will be donating to this most excellent forum, awww helll I am gonna donate anyway, I am way past due for a Red R anyway...

whiplash
03-24-2005, 03:25 PM
Hey Madbiker those Bandit headers will fit your gixxer. I currently have a '90 gixxer headers on a Bandit 600 motor installed in my '89 gixxer....what a mess...

earlcooled
04-02-2005, 01:00 AM
When puting a '91 1100 crank in a '91 750 cases...... the crank journals are a different diameter. The 750 cases need to be line bored and new oil galleies have to be machined. I'm going a different route on the 6speed swap.

APE JAY
04-05-2005, 10:09 AM
When puting a '91 1100 crank in a '91 750 cases...... the crank journals are a different diameter. The 750 cases need to be line bored and new oil galleies have to be machined. I'm going a different route on the 6speed swap.



Would be cheaper to gring the 1100 mains down to 750 size.

Jay

DaJesta
04-19-2005, 03:28 PM
Hey Madbiker those Bandit headers will fit your gixxer. I currently have a '90 gixxer headers on a Bandit 600 motor installed in my '89 gixxer....what a mess...



so what years of bandit 600/1200 headers will fit cleanly on a 89 gix 750 with a 91 motor (750)

haha

thanks

justmanson
04-21-2005, 01:01 PM
what about wind screens? would a 1990 750 screen swap with a 1990 1100 screen?

please excuse my ignorance if this is such a dumb question....

<~~ im a noob. http://www.gixxer.com/forums/images/graemlins/banana.gif

1127gixxer
06-23-2005, 03:56 AM
Headlights/mounts are different also, obviously '88-89, '90 and '91-92 are different but '91-92 1100 are flatter and mounting tabs/studs in different locations than 750's (keep in mind since most h/lights you look at will be on a shelf, desk, in a box, etc. The '91-92 750's are more curved and are a bit narrower, if you find a headlight with all tabs/studs remaining consider yourself lucky ! They can be repaired quite easily if you have a airless plastic welder.
Oilcooled swingarms use a brake caliper arm attaching from the caliper mount, where watercooled swingarms use a mounting bracket for the rear brake caliper that fits into a sloted area on the inside of the swingarm, if you switch to a watercooled arm make sure you get the caliper bracket and any axle spacers they have
Engines- 1056 & 1127 external parts (starters, alternators, valve/side covers) are interchangable, but internals are different (duh) - 1127 GSXR cranks are lightened, Katana 1127 cases have more webbing/material around main journals, stroke is also different between GSXR/Katana 1127's (katana I think was 2.232 stroke) like to write more but at work -- will get back

1127gixxer
06-24-2005, 03:57 AM
sorry 2.322 katana 1127 stroke and DOH 1052 not 1056 need to proof read stuff

doctorlumen
07-02-2005, 07:04 AM
{all 92-93 600, 88-95 750 and 89-98 1100 use the same bearings so the triples are a bolt on but the 92-93 600 and 93< 750 and 1100 have different steering stops so you have to work with that.
Late model forks work using the steering stem out of your triples and making a sleave for the late upper triple.}

So really, I can bolt on a set of '98 inverted forks to replace my crappy old '89 forks with no hassle? Sorry to beat a dead horse, but I want to be clear prior to shelling out the quid.

wyrm
07-09-2005, 02:34 AM
The way forward with front end upgrades appears to be L triples, '98 R1 forks, and thunderace front wheel + speedo drive +spacers, oh and some suitable clip ons.. at least this is the best I have been able to peice together from info on the net, will be doing this myself shortly hopefully

Ricky750
07-09-2005, 11:40 AM
I just got screwed on a Left side case cover. bought it over the winter when i was collecting parts for my '89 750... looked almost the exact same but when i went to put it on yesterday, I found out the bolt holes are just BARELY off, so it won't fit. Now I've gotta find another one and can't ride until i do. http://www.gixxer.com/forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif What years engine covers fit on the slingshot?? i thought they'd be the same, cuz i thought the shortblock of 88-92 was basically the same. please lmk, cuz i'm scared to bid on anything on ebay until I find one. thanx

gsxr joe
10-24-2005, 12:27 PM
I am bit confused on this... I want to put a 91 or 92 gsxr-1100 front fairing on, not sure whatthis is called exactly, but it's the complete headlight section... will this work on my 89 1100?? what mods will I have to do to make this work...


Headlights/mounts are different also, obviously '88-89, '90 and '91-92 are different but '91-92 1100 are flatter and mounting tabs/studs in different locations than 750's (keep in mind since most h/lights you look at will be on a shelf, desk, in a box, etc. The '91-92 750's are more curved and are a bit narrower, if you find a headlight with all tabs/studs remaining consider yourself lucky ! They can be repaired quite easily if you have a airless plastic welder.
Oilcooled swingarms use a brake caliper arm attaching from the caliper mount, where watercooled swingarms use a mounting bracket for the rear brake caliper that fits into a sloted area on the inside of the swingarm, if you switch to a watercooled arm make sure you get the caliper bracket and any axle spacers they have
Engines- 1056 & 1127 external parts (starters, alternators, valve/side covers) are interchangable, but internals are different (duh) - 1127 GSXR cranks are lightened, Katana 1127 cases have more webbing/material around main journals, stroke is also different between GSXR/Katana 1127's (katana I think was 2.232 stroke) like to write more but at work -- will get back

AusGixxerPilot
10-29-2005, 03:05 AM
Even cheaper still to simply use '88/'89 750 or 750Kat cases which run the 36mm mains.




When puting a '91 1100 crank in a '91 750 cases...... the crank journals are a different diameter. The 750 cases need to be line bored and new oil galleies have to be machined. I'm going a different route on the 6speed swap.



Would be cheaper to gring the 1100 mains down to 750 size.

Jay

AusGixxerPilot
12-14-2005, 01:17 AM
IIRC the '89-89 750 head is larger than the 90-91 750 head. The 90-91 head is the same size as the 86-87 head and will not fit the 1127 motors. The 89-90 head will interchange with the 1127. The katana 750 head will work with the 88-89 750 or 1127 also. The bandit 600 head is dimensionally similar to the 86-87 or 91-92 gsxr750 head, but the cam sprocket/guide is different.

This is not correct.
All the 750's from '85-'91 have the same bore pitch and bolt pattern.
The 1100's from '86-92 run the same pitch and pattern.
1200 Bandits and 750 Kats are the same.
I believe the 600's also fit but I've not tried it myself.
The 1052 barrels fit onto the '88/'89 750 and 750 Kats but the case mouths need to be cut out to take the 1127 or Bandit barrel sleeves. The case mouths of all other 750 oilers need to be cut out to take 1100/1200 barrels.
The 1100/1200 crank fits into the short stroke cases but you need to replace the cylinder studs for the taller barrel and need to match up the clutch basket primary ratio to the crank ratio. The crank has 38mm bigends though so you either need to run the bigger rods or machine the journals down to take the 750 rods which also allows you to stroke the crank 2mm or 4mm. Running the bigger rods also requires the bigger piston pins so it's usually easier to swap the entire crank/rods/pistons/barrels across. 750 Superbikes sometimes cheated by running 1100 barrels milled down to the 750 stroke (you also have to cut 12mm of the skirts and you lose the front lower cylinder bolt making it obvious) with custom drilled pistons. The biggest simple swap is 1127 barrel bored to 81mm for 1003cc (or 921cc on the short-stroke cases) but you need to cut out the case mouths and run an 81mm piston blank drilled for the 20mm pin.
I haven't had anything to do with the water-coolers but do know the bore pitch is narrower - the crank is shorter and pistons sit closer together - so not much is going to be compatible.
Obviously I wouldn't recommend somebody try these sorts of mods without a very competent grasp of engine building.Changing one item requires looking at numerous other items to retain compatibility.

AusGixxerPilot
12-14-2005, 01:30 AM
Sorry. The RF900 runs 34mm mains so only fits the 600 Kat cases unless you regrind the mains to 32mm to fit the '85-'87 and '90/'91 long-stroke 750's.
It's all very confusing :-)

turnnburn65
02-06-2006, 04:14 PM
Hey Bones,

Wow you have some great info. This is my first time in the forums and I hope I am doing this right. My question if you can help out is I have a 1990 Gixxer 1100 (dual headlight fairing) and I was thinking about changing it to a single like the mid or early 90's 1100's. Is this possible without major modificatios? do you know what the first year single headlight fairing was for the gsxr-1100?

Thanks

ampdog
02-09-2006, 07:57 AM
91 or 92 750 upper going on a 92 1100.

Is this a clean swap? Plastic for plastic / screw for screw? I don't what to have to make any adjustments. I know the part #'s don't match, but the guy trying to sell to me swears they are the same. http://www.gixxer.com/forums/images/graemlins/wait.gif

Thanks!

90gsxr1100
02-13-2006, 08:41 AM
I don't think that'll work. The 750 mids are different than the 1100 mids. So your upper fairing will likely swap with little effort, but from what I understand it will not line up with your mids.

Ragnar
06-09-2006, 01:38 PM
99-02 ZX-6R Rearsets will bolt right up. You just have to do a little creative shift linkage fabrication and get a ZX-6 rear master cylinder.

Ragnar
06-16-2006, 10:56 PM
Scroll down a bit on this one......nice explanation and pics of all seven-five-ohhs:)

http://suzukicycles.org/GSX-R-series/GSX-R750.shtml

Ragnar
07-17-2006, 10:34 PM
Originally posted by 86gixxer.......

fwiw: the 88-90 & 91-92 oil-cooled 750 windscreens are NOT interchangable.

Ragnar
07-20-2006, 11:26 PM
THIS THREAD IS FOR KNOWN SWAPS AND IS HERE FOR REFERENCE! NO QUESTIONS SHOULD BE POSTED HERE. POST ALL QUESTIONS AS A NEW THREAD ON THE MAIN BOARD! THANKS! Rag

Ragnar
07-21-2006, 08:12 AM
Originally posted by Fredybender...........

Compatibility with 17-18 inch wheel rotors : All rotors from 88-95 (750 s, including W/C) are compatible, also 93-98 (1100 s W/C) (all 310mm with 0.750¨ offset)

kan3
10-06-2006, 08:39 AM
Tested myself:

96-99 srad 600/750 4 pot calipers have the same mounting pattern as the 88-92 slingshot calipers

3.5" center to center

kan3
11-29-2006, 07:24 AM
Tested myself:

gsxr 1k 05-06 shock mounts up to a 89-92 750 frame

The 1k shock is about 3/4" longer from mounting point to mounting point so please note there will be an increase in rear height

kan3
02-27-2007, 09:19 AM
Tested myself:

The 2005-2006 CBR600RR shock bolts right up to the 89-92 750 frame with almost the exact same shock length. Shock stroke is reduced by about 5-6mm and stock spring rate is ideal for ~180lb.

This shock is obviously more ideal then the gsxr 1000 shock I mentioned above...please note that for either one you will not be able to use the battery box in it's stock location.

Old Skool_R
04-12-2007, 03:55 PM
BRAKES---

Parts Unlimited online catalog lists that all brake rotors for the 88-95 GSXR 750 interchange. There are also other bikes that have the same rotors and are listed below.

REAR ROTOR (for GSXR 750 88-95)-

94-98 RF900
94-96 RF600
05 GSF650/S
99-02 SV650
92-93 GSXR600
89-98 GSXR1100
96-03 GSF600 (BANDIT)
98-02 GSX600F and GSX750F (KATANA)
03-05 GSX600F and GSX750F (KATANA)
96-05 GSF1200 (BANDIT) except w/ ABS
99-07 GSX1300R (HAYABUSA)


FRONT ROTORS (for GSXR 750 88-95)-

89-98 GSXR1100
92-93 GSXR600

So if anyone is on ebay searching for a deal but you cant find rotors listed for your exact bike these other ones will fit. Hayabusa rear rotors are cheap as hell! Still trying to find info on the slabsides. I know theyre not the same as the 88 and newer but thats it.

BallzFast
04-13-2007, 08:41 PM
i posted some brake swap info. here is the link to it.
http://www.gixxer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=136974

these are a direct swap.according to my catalog.
front calipers

gsxr 600 98-99
gsxr 750 88-99
gsxr1100 89-98
gsxr 1300 99-07
rf 900 r 94-97
tl 1000 s 97-01
tl 1000 r 98-01
bandit 1200 97-00

front rotors

gsxr 600 92-93
gsxr 750 88-95
gsxr 1100 89-98

rear rotor

rf 600 r 94-97
rf 900 r 94-97
sv 650 99-02
katana 750 98-05
gsxr 600 92-93
gsxr 750 88-95
gsxr 1100 89-98
gsxr 130099-05
bandit 1200 96-05

BallzFast
10-29-2007, 06:10 PM
all these bikes use the same rear brake pads.


Fits:

91-93 GSF 400 Bandit
89-04 GS 500
94-97 RF 600
88-06 GSX 600 Katana
92-03 GSXR 600
96-03 GSF 600 Bandit
99-02 SV650 SV650S SV 650 650S
89-04 GSX 750
86-03 GSXR 750
96-98 RF 900
97-01 TL 1000S TLS
86-98 GSXR 1100
97-04 GSF 1200 Bandit
99-06 GSX 1300R Hayabusa

BallzFast
03-09-2008, 01:30 PM
the credit for this info belongs to surewin.
I have compiled and compared some part number of the rear wheel spacers because upon searching I found the information about retrofitting a water-cooled wheel, to a 90+ slingshot, some what vague.

I compared the part numbers of a '93 GSX-R600 wheel and 95 GSX-R750 wheel to a 93 GSX-R750 wheel. I will share my results.

Upon searching I read that a '93 750 wheel is a direct bolt on mod to a 90+ slingshot if you use all the spacers, swing arm and caliper bracket from the 93 750. Well, the 94-95 uses a different swing arm and the 92-93 600 a different wheel and spacers. I assumed that the 93 750 wheel was a bolt-on and compared the part numbers to the '92-93 600 and '94-95 750. The following images show the part numbers, color coded to show what interchanges. The items that are colored are unique to that model, compared to a 93 750.

You can see that if you want to use the GSXR 600 which has a 5-bolt (lighter) sprocket carrier you will also need the to get item #10 an #9 because they are unique to the 600 wheel. When fitting this wheel to your Slingshot (already retrofitted with the 93 750) you will need to use all the spacers but the other items are not unique to the 600.

This is hard to explain but I hope you can see that if you had a 93 750 wheel in your slingshot and wanted to upgrade to a lighter 600 wheel that you would need the following items colored light orange in the picture. Or if you wanted to use a 94-95 wheel & arm you would need the light blue colored items.

I hope it is clear that the 600 wheel uses a different internal wheel spacer, right side bearing, crush drive rubber, crush drive spacer, and crush drive outer spacer (when compared to the 93 750 wheel).

BallzFast
04-15-2008, 12:19 PM
SUZUKI Fuse Box Assembly OEM Ref. # 36740-17D00-000. NOS New Old Stock. SB82C

Fits the following models:

GSXR1100 1989-1992

GSXR750 1988-1992

GSXR600 1992-1993

Ragnar
06-17-2008, 10:40 PM
85-90 Mirrors have 2" spacing between studs, '91 on are 1 1/4". For bikes '91 and newer there are many choices available since they almost all use 1 1/4' spacing. For the older bikes there is virtually none. Use the stock ones, ones that only have one mounting stud, or make something cool and let us know what it is!

OZ750L
02-03-2009, 07:26 PM
Found a good site to check out brake rotor and pad interchanges.

www.metalgear.com.au (http://www.metalgear.com.au)

Go into their catalogue and search by bike type to find what you are looking for, get their part number then go back into the catalogue and search by the part number. Brings up the disc details with all the measurements and a table of what it can be used on.

Saves hours of pouring over different catalogues.

Brembo has something similar where you can put in all dimensions but it doesn't see to wanna work for me.

dan0484
07-06-2010, 10:23 PM
Front Brake Master Cylinder from a 1998 TL1000s is Identical to the one on the 1990 GSX-R 750

reek
07-18-2010, 06:45 AM
Brake Caliper update:

on my 92 gixxer 750:

Just about all late model tokico 6 pots (non radial obviously) fit. The best bet is a set of NEWER Kawasaki ZZR600 calipers. They were made up to 2008 I believe, maybe 2009 out side of california.

I picked up a set of basically new 08 zzr600 (old zx6r from 98 - 02) and boy do they grab! Keep the same master cylinder as the ZZR uses the same size.

The 96 - 03 ZX7r uses the same calipers too. I'll bet zx9's as well.

REEK

ghostrider.1127
10-13-2010, 01:40 PM
same caliper 90mm
triple from 90-91-92 750
axle from your fork fit
but is short
better buy axle from 750 90>95
use search function please.....

BallzFast
11-23-2010, 04:29 PM
This thread is for KNOWN SWAPS not for "will this fit" or "has anyone done this" please clean this thread eric

My bike is older than you
03-18-2011, 05:01 AM
I have learned that starter motors from 81, 83, and 85-88 gsx 1100's WON'T mesh in an 84 gsx 1100 EFE ( this is the model with the aluminium swingarm. )

note: depending on the individual diameters, the starters may fit, but the sprocket dimensions are different, and you will probably ruin your starter gears.

I believe that gsx 750 starter motors may have the same sprocket size / number of teeth but I am yet to test.


Myself and any other old gsz riders might benefit from a sunforum here for starter motors, because they are wearing out.

kikk
04-13-2011, 03:23 AM
I don't think anyone cares but 1100 fuel sending unit is the same as RF600. My unit just went kaput so I crossed referenced it and found a good used one vs. spending 78.00 + shipping to Honolulu for a new one from the Bandit...:p

RT PERFORMANCE
08-14-2011, 09:19 AM
To the 5/6 speed trans swap question. ...
There is an option other than the dry clutch 750 SE.
The 2001 - 2007 AU./UK only GSX1400 uses a 6 speed trans that drops right in the 1127 cases.....

so I'm told.

Intguy
09-28-2011, 12:15 PM
Suzuki has been using and continues to use the same brake light switch for the front brakes since the 80's


cheers

wizz954
04-03-2012, 06:40 AM
Tested myself:

gsxr 1k 05-06 shock mounts up to a 89-92 750 frame

The 1k shock is about 3/4" longer from mounting point to mounting point so please note there will be an increase in rear height

Tested myself: it doesn't really fit, the spring hits the swingarm and also the extra length makes the leverage ratios all wrong so the spring ends up too soft. Battery box needs to move back so it's not a straightforward fit. Not recommended.

Ragnar
06-12-2012, 01:25 AM
Cleaned up the thread, for the love of Gawd some people are just stupid.....

thavercome
07-25-2012, 09:21 PM
i have a 91' oil cooled gixxer. when i put my bike in first gear, bike chatters up front at sprocket as if it were skipping. bought new chain, front and rear sprocket. still get the same results. can someone help? p.s. bike has swing arm ext.

iangsxrjones
08-27-2012, 08:02 PM
hi im new here so i may have put this in the wrong place i have a 88/89 750 slingshot an want to upgrade the rear shock but am unable to get one for this age can anyone tell me please which if any of the other models gsxrs will fit as i have been told the k6 model will fit without an adjustment is this true ?

Rychen
08-28-2012, 06:12 AM
:facepalm

G-FIGHTER
11-18-2012, 09:29 AM
Hi guys, quick question, is the starter selonoid from a '89, 91. '92 and '93 gsxr750 sling work on a '91?(oil cooled)(nooobie question).

Oddsen
11-30-2012, 11:10 AM
Not a swap exactly but build in quiss
Wonder if any hydraulic clutch system fits a 89 oily slinger
Would be nice to know if there is a simple way to end up nice here ?
Odd

Gumbbee
03-02-2013, 07:00 PM
This is a dumb question but i met this guy who i bought a curved oil rad for my 1989 1100 and he had a frame with a 1995 750w swing arm on it. My question is what is a 750w , he also said that a hayabusa swing arm would work and then i could a 6 inch rim with a 200 rear tire. Can someone help me out with this.

tas1100g
03-03-2013, 01:14 AM
the 95 750w is a water cooled bike. I just picked one up for the front end.

Mad Mac1313
03-27-2013, 10:34 AM
Hello, I am New to the GSXR as I have always been a KZ guy but I am hooked on my newest addition which is an 86 GSXR 1100...I am in the process of gathering parts for fixing it up. It already has an 1127 motor on it from a 91 or 92. BUT my question is will a 1992 GSXR 750 Yoshimura Pipe fit my combination?? I found one but its for a 750 and I am not sure if it will work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

gixxer959
08-09-2013, 05:53 PM
Hey Guys, I truly hate to ask because I am positive this has been covered maybe many times. I have tried a search maybe I am not doing it well, but my question is- I have a 88 1100 motor that I would like to put into my 88 750. can someone repost some info or direct me? bolt in , carb fit etc. would absolutely love any advice and I will post pics along the way.

thnks all!

gixxer959
08-09-2013, 05:55 PM
is there a better sub forum to be trolling in?

IANS81
08-10-2013, 09:55 AM
Im new to website very intresting form Im looking for 1989 gsx-r white mirrors both sides if any body can help me Im restoring 1989 gsx-r blue and white 1100 and 1988 gsx-r 750red and white

Gizum
09-03-2013, 04:41 PM
what about swapping out a long 91 clutch push rod, for a shorter (maybe pre 90) clutch push rod, obviously the covers will be swapped to match the lenght of push rod ????

thanx

HeadsWillBang
11-03-2013, 01:32 PM
1992 win shield fits the 1993 ? they seem to have different screw groove positions but otherwise they are the same just wanna know if they interchange

SCOOTER1127
12-15-2013, 07:22 AM
I want to upgrade from 4-pot calipers to 6-pot calipers on my 89 1100. Has anybody tried the same conversion with success without changing the brake lines. A straight change over conversion to me would be r&r the calipers and bleed the brakes. I did all my research before changing over my front end to inverted and still got burned because of one small hiccup, the steering stop. Had to cut of the two stearing stops off the bottom tree and tig weld the new custom made one back on in the middle. It is the small stuff that takes more time than " swapping out " these parts as easy as some people make it sounds. So getting back to the brakes, if i upgrade to 6-pot calipers will i get full contact between the rotors and pads???? Thanks

1sickgixxer
02-24-2014, 09:38 PM
Can I swap my 93 gsxr 600 carbs for 93 gsxr 750 carbs. And if not can I use internal parts to repair my 600 carb

elkluvadore
03-03-2014, 09:08 PM
Does anyone know which gauges are interchangeable, I've a 92 1100 oiler that has self destructed 2 speedos, hoping to find another, the specific ones for the year are 100$+ but in the mid 90's they look similar at 50$

mariusrfd
04-07-2014, 02:01 AM
Can anyone tell me What replacement part or model Swing arm pivot bolt i can use in my 1988 j model? plz desperate

daddytoy
05-23-2014, 11:05 AM
Hi Bones,
I have a 87-1100 and it s not including in your list of interchangealbe parts, so if you would, pls. tell me the fork (USD) from what year will fit the 87, likewise on the swimgarm
thanks so much
vnc

Karitane Pete
05-23-2014, 10:25 PM
have you looked in here? http://www.gixxer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=188067

OZ750L
05-24-2014, 07:50 AM
Time for a clean out of this thread again.