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    Default Suzuki GS 750 project

    Please delete
    Last edited by zero; 08-27-2014 at 4:24 PM.

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    This is a diagram for a 550 But I would think it would work on a 750.
    http://www.thegsresources.com/_forum...d.php?t=153727

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    I think that will work. Thanks!!

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    Hey zero send me a message if you want to get rid of them headers.

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    work and weather has prevented me from working on the bike until this weekend. Because I don't have a garage I have to wait for monsoon rains to subside before doing any work...
    Chopped the tail off today, put shorty shocks on (dropped it about 3"). Yanked the forks out and i will be draining/chopping those tomorrow if the rain holds..



    I think I look like a gorilla fucking a soccer ball on the thing with the mid controls. I will try to address that later..

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    some more work done today-
    Made a box for all of the electric shit that will sit right below the seat. Also cut off and ground down a bunch of mounts




    Took the forks apart to lower them


    also made some plates to cover the holes in the frame from the tail chop..hopefully more updates this week..
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    Cool deal.

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    did a little more today...I had a few fatboy fenders lying around and I cut one into little pieces...



    the sides aren't even but I just wanted to get the basic shape. I also found out that my lower triple trees are tweaked so i have to find a new set...

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    dug out some rusted and dusty tanks from the stash...



    chopped em' and discovered a shitty lining job complete with rust..


    now to find a way to get these to fit with a triple backbone....


    Worked on the lower fork legs


    4 less bumps..


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    Any updates on this build?

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    Not really. I ordered a new fuse box from Eastern Beaver and had it shipped to my parents house. The thing was delivered after a month and whoever signed for the package lost it...so i am out $90 and I don't have a fuse box..painted the lower legs and i am trying to find time to get over there to do some more work..maybe this week sometime..

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    If you have been to GS Resourses you may have found
    this already but if not then there is a ton of GS stuff here including wiring diagram's. http://members.dslextreme.com/users/bikecliff/
    I'm watching your build.

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    I might buy a buddys 1982 750 so im interested on how this is playing out. any updates or pics?

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    This project has stalled for now. I haven't had the time or money or location to work on it. I picked up a Yamaha xj650 that I have been cheaply turning into a cafe racer in my brother-in-laws garage. As soon as that is finished and out I will drag this carcass out and over there to start working on it again.
    Link to the cafe pics if anyone cares..
    http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=35612.0

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    this thing's gonna be killer! I'm diggin that rear fender!

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    I am back to working on this bike. The cafe racer is mostly done now.
    I built a work table and dragged the bike over to the garage today.




    more updates soon!
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    new front end loosly mocked up. I don't have the correct steering stems/bearings in right now.




    I am on the lookout for a harley front spoke wheel that is set up for dual disc. If anyone has one kicking around I would love to take it off your hands..
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    did a few things..
    got the stems/ trees ready for the fork swap


    a few sets of tubes..


    started cleaning up the wiring harness
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    very rough mock-up. Still looking for a dual disc spoked front wheel...
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    Yo Zero! What kinda shocks are you using that gave you the drop? I'm at the suspension part of my build and I'm kinda thinkin 2 1/2" is perfect, but 3 is close enough.

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