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Re: Updated Parts Interchange: 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100

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
 

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Re: Updated Parts Interchange: 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100

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
 

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Re: Updated Parts Interchange: 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100

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).
 

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Re: Updated Parts Interchange: 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100

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
 

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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!
 

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Found a good site to check out brake rotor and pad interchanges.

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.
 

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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.

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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.
 

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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
 

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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.
 

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Re: Updated Parts Interchange: 88-92 750 and 89-92 1100

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.
 

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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.
 

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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 ?
 

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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).
 
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