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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-11-2014, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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Paul Dennings track bike

Love the look of this bike it must mad riding this thing on the road 148bhp

carbon fibre bodywork!!I want some Here's what the original owner wrote about it.


It was Paul Denning's track bike before someone put it on the road . It started life as the SP version ( not offically imported to the UK ) of the 1994 GSXR 750 WP . The SP version has a close ration gear box and a braced swinger ( I think ?) . Anyway having lot of race contacts Paul Denning must have spent £1000's and £1000's on it , a brief spec is ,
884cc JE big bore kit
Heads flowed and Skimmed
Suzuki kit camshafts
Lightened and balanced crank
Long Suzuki kit conrods with barrel spacers
Mikuni TMR40mm flatsides with kit suzuki carb kit
Kit carbon fibre airbox
RGV500 GP bike tipple core rad
Suzuki kit ignition box
Yoshimura Duplex Titanium exhaust & Yoshi carbon firbe end can
Dymags front & rear
6 pot harrison calipers
Standard forks re-valved by Maxton
Kayba rear shock fitted with Maxton spring
Yoshi rear sets
Kit Suzuki rev counter and temp guage
Full carbon fibre bodywork
Mirror polished frame and swing arm , and lot more but my fingers are aching.
It was in PB in Jan'96 and it gave 148hp and weighed 414lbs ( approx 188kg ) . I've had tuned 500 Gammas , a few tweeked GSXR1100 , LC's YPVS's in my time but this thing is just the fasted bike I've ever ridden , it just pulls ans pulls and revs so quickly. if you didn't know what you were doing you would either be flipped off the back of it, or in the first hedge , it's just an animal - which is why it is soooooooo much fun
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-11-2014, 06:27 PM
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Re: Paul Dennings track bike

Wait...have you bought this?

This bike is somewhere in the WC Pic thread, I remember seeing it a few years ago.
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That's nice... And stock rotors too
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We need more pictures
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that bike is nice!!!!!!
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Re: Paul Dennings track bike

No I haven't bought it saw it on another forum recently I've just orderedJan 96 PB magazine from ebay will try to upload more pics when it arrives
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No I haven't bought it saw it on another forum recently I've just ordered Jan 96 PB magazine from ebay will try to upload more pics when it arrives
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Jan '96 PB?
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Yep that's the one
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How the hell did we get from Paul Dennings bike to Jan 96 playboy? :confused
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How the hell did we get from Paul Dennings bike to Jan 96 playboy? :confused

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It was in PB in Jan'96 and it gave 148hp and weighed 414lbs ( approx 188kg )
Like that.
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Ahh... Didn't read down that far. Caught a glimpse of the playboy and my eye wandered.

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Anyone have that PlayBoy magazine? I'm looking for more pics and info on the bike. ...eg front fairing and headlight, airbox
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I've got that playboy magazine most of the pages are stuck together though
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Hi lads I've got the gsxr750spr which is the one in Haynes book on the suzuki gsx-r 750 and one for the six which Paul Denning brought in to the country and she is in mint condition and lovely to ride
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This is the one from Hanes book Suzuki gsx-r 750
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