Hi LuckowiskiTenerife???? Are you a Spaniard?
jap market GSXR's are the easiest to date have a frame number that starts with GR71 followed be the year F=85 G=86 etc.El
Sorry Bro sent same message twice what a Nube!
I was asking around a general question about my slabby's DNA because it was imported from Japan to NZ as a secondhand import and was registered as 1986 G model, but I checked all frame number catalogue, in my Haynes owners workshop manual.
( absolute bible for doing any work on Bikes) and my number is 101143 which makes it a 1985 F model !. Your number looks like 111276 which appears to make it a 1986 G model ( in case you didn't know)
Yes you’re right it’s a Raptor but with:Is that a Raptor 1000?
Hi Karitane Petejap market GSXR's are the easiest to date have a frame number that starts with GR71 followed be the year F=85 G=86 etc.
the rest of the world bike started with GR75A- and according to the Suzuki parts book the the first World market 85 bike was GR75A-100001 and the 86 bike started with GR75A-107368.
the Haynes manual does not cover the jap market frame numbers.
both of our (mine and sons) 85's are registed in NZ as 87 bikes, mine being a NZ new bike and Chris's being a jap import, I do have a frame GR71F100034 hanging in the garage.
yep its a G (1986), jap market 750 from 85 to 87 have the two piece set, the 87 has the forks from the limited model with the electric anti dives.Hi Karitane Pete
Wow you sound like the kind of bloke I've been looking for, very knowledgeable on Slabbies ! I have been trying to work out my bikes DNA and history prior to 92 when it was imported to N.Z.
My full frame number is GR71G 101143 So the Haines manual gave me a bum steer thinking the number made it a F, but your info about Japs using different numbering system explains everything. I must admit I was confused letter G designation contradicted number. Cheers mate !
Maybe you can shed light on this:
1) Livery is red and white (can see traces of blue inside fairing)
2) Appears to have factory fitted Yoshimura 4 into 1 exhaust. Mounting bracket stamped with number. Photos found on line match Yoshi special, but my bikes has white wheels and Duo posta seat. Confused I am ! Has fuel gauge in instrument cluster as well. Someone suggested that the Japanese tool around with their bikes more than we do, so maybe I have a mixture of different versions. I was not aware so many versions were made of one incredible motorcycle. Have attached several photos love to hear your opinion. Thank you.