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Sooo I long story short this is my first bike I bought a 2005 750gsxr today that has been laid down for $1100 after getting back to the shop (I work on 18 wheeler for a living) I got it running (tilt sensor) and a friend of mine that rides took it out for a spen and called me after a half mile of riding and found that the front brake locked up so I loosened the front brake so some fluid would come out and release drove bike back. front brake was good then he thought there was to much fluid and thats whey it did that so he loosened up the line and let a little bit back out. now there's no front brake and I cant get it to bleed. thats problem 1. problem 2 is that its missing everything for the front aka instrument cluster headlights turn signals both front and back almost all plastics. so with that all being said I need some good pictures of a complete bike so I know what to get. so other than the front brakes not bleeding I need to get turn signals and head lights so I can pass inspection for a normal tag. any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.

ps there is also a part that came with it and I have no idea where it goes. and how do you get the front mud guard back on?
 

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For what you'll spend in money and time on getting what looks like a totaled machine road worthy again you could have easily found a well sorted K4/K5 750 that was ready to ride. Not a good first bike option by any stretch I'll add. Do you have any better pics perhaps showing that it's geometrically correct before we waste any time helping you put that basket case back together?

Google 2004 2005 GSX-R750 to see what it's supposed to look like and by the way, welcome to Gixxer.com. :thumbup
 

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Before doing any work or spending more money you better check that there’s no frame/forks/swingarm damage.

These types of bikes don’t like being thrown down the road.
 

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So as far as we can tell the main parts of the bike are fine I didnt take any more pictures while I was at work I was busy. I did bleed the front brake. My friend that has been riding for a few years took it our for a spin and said it was driving good. and I road it around town for about 30 minutes of riding it locked the front brake up again (I was smart and brought a wrench with me in case). So I do know that there is some damage to the top of the forks on the nuts so as far as rebuilding them later I am probably sol and will just have to replace them. I am probably just going to make this a mostly naked bike I like the was it looks. So I want to know why the front brakes keep locking up I did notice that when I let a little bit of fluid out the first time I did it no air got in so the handle still had pressure and I tried to roll forward and it stopped again so I had to let air in so I could go back to work. So another guy suggested to take the front calipers of and lube the so I will find a youtube video of that and hopping that is the problem. also there are 2 wires hanging by the throttle found out that is the wires for the brake light and I cant find what they go.
 

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Sorry for the big delay I have since gotten a lot fixed

got the brake light working when I use the front (missing brake switch)


front brakes locking up was the calipers bought some new used ones online waiting on them to come in

bought a instrument cluster and wiring harness after installing them only the neutral light and high beam lights work nothing else
 

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The front brake locking up could easily be a problem with the master cylinder which is something my buddy just went through after his bike was upside down at the track. Or it could be those cheap eBay levers you have on there. Those forks are destroyed btw. It doesn't look like you'll be adjusting preload or rebound until you fix that. It could be dangerous to ride if the forks are too far out of adjustment so you should learn about that so be careful. Good luck-not trying to discourage you but be careful with these things.
 

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:piss

Burn that shit with fire. Part-out what you can.

If you are truly looking for a resto/resto-mod, you may have it, but that bike looks dickered. You are gonna spend the equivalent of a new bike to get that thing respectable, again.

If you simply want to rely on this site for info, we will grow tired of you. That shit heap needs a manual to come back from the evil-dead.
 
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