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shane12286
04-24-2015, 1:35 PM
I'm new on here, but wanted to share my build with everyone.

Long story short, I had a 2002 GSXR600 engine laying around from a dune buggy I was building back in high school and wanted to use it in something.

Bought a 1975 CB750 and parted it out, leaving just the frame, which I hacked up a bit.

From there I bought a GSXR front end and swingarm to mate up to a Harley nightrain rear wheel.

Purchased a 21" front wheel from a moped in china and created spacers and found a brake rotor that would fit.

Created some laser cut components to mount up the seat and rear shock, along with other various components.

A buddy had the tank laying around, so I took that to see if I could make it work and ended up cutting out a slot for the air filters which I 3D printed some velocity stacks for the center two to clear the frame tube.

It's been a 4 year project so far, but really have been working on it mainly since July 2015 when I got a home and a garage to work in.

It's still a work in progress and I have the cooling system and electrical system to hook up still and then it should be pretty close.

On the the pictures:

Shortly after parting out the CB750:
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after moving into new house:
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How it currently sits:
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:cheersmate:

Blackbetty
04-24-2015, 3:08 PM
given your odd list of ingredients, that's surprisingly fuckin badass - nice job man

Paris
04-24-2015, 6:38 PM
Here I am bitching about cable parts in another post and ur merging parts that where never suppose to fit into 1 bad ass Frankenstein. Well played.

ridgerunner1965
04-24-2015, 6:56 PM
your bike melding skills are bad ass. that goes without saying. some of the parts on your bike are jus unreal. lo0ts of guys wish they had yur skills. grats

shane12286
04-25-2015, 5:51 AM
Thanks guys, I appreciate the kind words!!! I will post updates as the project comes along!

Wood
04-25-2015, 7:27 AM
I like it! Looks exceptionally dangerous!

CraiGORE
04-25-2015, 7:38 AM
i wanna ride it!

shane12286
04-27-2015, 12:28 PM
Here is a sprocket I drew up and get laser cut to fit the Harley wheel, which was originally a pulley. 59502

KeysRyder
04-27-2015, 12:36 PM
Think your radiator is going to be big enough to cool it?

shane12286
04-27-2015, 12:48 PM
It has been a concern. I will have to see when the time comes.

billybiltit
04-27-2015, 12:51 PM
kickass bike you built there sir!
thanks for posting,

leon

KeysRyder
04-27-2015, 1:46 PM
It has been a concern. I will have to see when the time comes.

Well I have had a couple GSXR's and Hayabusa, though no 600, and they were prone to over heating even with the oem radiators. But like I said no 600 which is half the displacement so might work for you. Like you said will see. Does look good on there though.

shane12286
04-27-2015, 2:09 PM
Well I have had a couple GSXR's and Hayabusa, though no 600, and they were prone to over heating even with the oem radiators. But like I said 600 is half the displacement so might work for you. Like you said will see. Does look good on there though. I will keep you updated once I get it running. Fingers crossed.

isabucket
04-29-2015, 7:04 PM
The look of the bike is tuff, well done! The parts together are amazing.

deathmetaldan
04-29-2015, 10:04 PM
looks amazing, love the cut outs for the pod filters.

shane12286
05-01-2015, 6:21 AM
Thanks guys! Much appreciated!59686

shane12286
06-04-2015, 10:40 AM
Startup!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHVr6SQBL7I

Cogboy
06-13-2015, 8:46 PM
Sooooo want to ride it....well done

PeteyD13
06-16-2015, 6:28 AM
Bad-Ass! I had a 750 SRAD back in the day, didn't have the overheating issues KeysRyder was talking about, so hopefully you'll be good with the little rad.

Cheers, man great work!

OleDirtyDoc
06-16-2015, 11:32 PM
Sweet scoot