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I see a lot of 7/11's on this message board.
Can the owners of these please send me technical details/specs of their bikes (and a few photo's ofcourse but specs are more important)?
I then will add them to the 7/11 gallery on my website.

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Check out the Library section for specs.
This is my 86 1100 that is stock apart from the wheels, Exhaust, screen and paint. I did the paint myself with rattle cans.

Cheers

Aksman



[ 07-05-2002, 03:31 AM: Message edited by: Aksman ]
 

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That's why I'm asking for specs.
- In obtaining "street cred" it would be sufficient
- In the real world a 750 swingarm would help
- On my website you really need a full 750 chassis with an 1100 engine to party along


[ 07-05-2002, 07:31 AM: Message edited by: Mr.7/11 ]
 

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I concur! Thats why I went 11/7. 86 1100 frame with what started out to be a 750 motor then has since grown to 955! I evan braced the 1100 frame & swingarm!

R.
 

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okay you asked for it...
work in progress..
92 1100 frame
94 750 swing arm
fox racing shock
2001 gsxr 1000 forks
2001 gsxr 1000 brakes
92 1127 motor(slated to be a 1340cc monster)
Yosh stage 1 cams
keihin 41mm F-CR's
TL1000R body work
PM racing front rotor\s
Yosh cool air intduction
lots more on the way....
braided lines
PM chicane wheels
superbike crank
6 sp tranny
dyna 2000 ign
stage 1 head
JE 1340 pistons
Certco block
heavy duty studs\pins
racing case covers
2 more oil coolers
over head oiler
Vortex sproket
520 chain
15/48, 15/50, 15/46 gearing selections
race lite windsreen (lightest available)
GP tech clip ons w/carbon fiber handle tubes
1\4 turn push\pull throttle
Dunlop 208 race compound tires
Race tech gold valves, heavier fork springs
Digital Tach\Speedo\oil temp gauges
JoeyPsychos GP paint job
goal:
420lbs wet 170+ rwhp

-Karl
 

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I've added Kenny and Billy's bikes to my website
Maybe KJ1 can send me a pic of his bike and that one will be added too.

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Originally posted by Mr.7/11:
Maybe KJ1 can send me a pic of his bike and that one will be added too.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Karl, do you still have that picture of you sitting on the Rubbermaid containers going "vrooommm vrooom"?
 

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Originally posted by Simon Orttan:
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Originally posted by Mr.7/11:
Maybe KJ1 can send me a pic of his bike and that one will be added too.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Karl, do you still have that picture of you sitting on the Rubbermaid containers going "vrooommm vrooom"?
</font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">

awww come on guys I will have some fresh picks for ya soon...
here are a couple old ones...


-Karl
 

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Oh I see, Karl...
You just posted a wish-list instead of actual specs ;-)

[ 08-16-2002, 01:15 AM: Message edited by: Mr.7/11 ]
 

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"on my experince i'll never go with the 750 chassis ..too soft it twist to much...
Stay with the 1100 chassis my advice...it is the best of those chassis"

I have been told by 3 weekend bike racers(They seem to know whats up) that the 750 frame with 1100 susp and engine is the best combo. This was in reference to the 87.

I have everything but the 1100 engine. (If I could find one it would be in)

Anyway, are thease dudes blowin smoke? Or did they know their Gixxers....

GregW
 

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Well, any high-speed corner-instability I had with my '86 GSX-R750 frame (same as '85 and '87) was solved by fitting modern 17" wheels and up-to-date sticky rubber.

You only feel the frame flex now under huge power loads like shifting near the redline, as 130hp lets go and slams back, but to me that's a bonus... it never gets out of shape and it makes you feel like an SBK pro-racer ;-)

The early GSX-R chassis to me is the ideal basis because it makes the bike very light and narrow but indeed... you need top-notch suspension parts to get the most out of it.

[ 08-16-2002, 04:24 AM: Message edited by: Mr.7/11 ]
 

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GregW,

I have an 88 100 motor, if you need one and I also have a 1990 1100 motor completely rebuilt with new and fresh everything, it would need to be broken in. Either will work for you... though.

If you are interested in either I can give you a rundown of both and go from there... Or look in the FOR SALE AREA.....

Thanks,

JDB1371


[ 08-16-2002, 06:09 AM: Message edited by: J.D. ]
 

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Ok, mine is still a work in progress but here it
is so far.

'84 Suzuki GSX 750SE Frame + Fairings.

'88 Suzuki GSXR 1100 Engine, Forks, Wheels +
Swingarm.

40mm Mikuni RS Flatslides.

Hindle 4-2-1 Titanium Exhaust.

More to come.




These pic's are a little old but you guys get the
idea.


[ 08-16-2002, 06:32 AM: Message edited by: Adrock ]
 

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Originally posted by Mr.7/11:
Oh I see, Karl...
You just posted a wish-list instead of actual specs ;-)
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">well its not really a wish list as Simon was right a lot of the parts are in big Rubermaid tubs in my garage...the bike will be done by winter I suspect....
-Karl
 

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This is my 7/11
91 750 frame, roller
92 1127 engine stock with 36 cv's d&d full exhaust
engine is otherwise stock
130 hp and 80 torque
Airtech rgv replica front body and 91 solo seat.

 
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