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Just give £500 for this. Been parked for 5 years but chap's had it since '99.

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Plan to do somethimg like this with it...... :D

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Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:46 pm
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Might just be me, but can't see the first pic. Think it's cause you hotlinked it maybe :shrug

But I love the look of the 2nd one :mrgreen:


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Gonna cost you a bit more than £500 to get "something like that". :D


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Gonna cost you a bit more than £500 to get "something like that"


Yes, but the bike is already very good, and better to start with a £500 bike, than the £1500 which they can fetch. 8-)

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Bargain at twice the price :victory:

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Well done chap, top bike i always liked them and thourt they would make a great base for a retro-figther and as you say £500 is a very good place to start. :victory: so whats first running gear or pipe????
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Really nice 'un... and as far as I know:

8-plug-head as standard and I think the late geepster gimmicks work as well... so performance should be a pretty easy thing as well.

Btw. I am a big fan of those original rims, they look really proper in flesh... IMHO

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Plan to put it on the road as is for this summer, ain't had a bike i can ride for yonks. :wanker:
Z1B paint job next winter, and ferking good clean and tidy up. :bannana_dance:

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so whats first running gear or pipe????

Running gear will remain, tight budget :cry: , though will fit ZXR rims if a pair turn up cheap.
Might see if Dave at Exhaust Craft will build me an exhaust.

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I think the late geepster gimmicks work as well... so performance should be a pretty easy thing as well.

Please enlighten me, know nothing about it. :doh:

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Pegleg wrote:
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I think the late geepster gimmicks work as well... so performance should be a pretty easy thing as well.
Please enlighten me, know nothing about it. :doh:


As far as I know... the pistons are the same as on the GPZ1100 UniTrac Models. And I think the same goes for the cams...

Maybe you can check with the usual suspects and contact Ray Debben or someone else "in the know".

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If it helps for your bike, ZXR750H compleat rear wheel is a strate fit for ZRX1100 and gives you a 5.5inch rim, i have parted out 3 ZXR's now and every time a ZRX rider has had the rear wheel to fit there bike!
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Ooh matron...!

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that last on elooks amazing!
im not 2 crazy bout that one sides swinger...


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Oh and a question...this doesnt look like and USD front to me...or am i mistaking...


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