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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-10-2017, 01:24 PM Thread Starter
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FS 2011 GSXR 750 Racebike

FOR SALE - 2011 Suzuki GSX-R750 racebike
I just finished building this bike and now is ready to sell. I just turned an easy 1:58 here at Chuckwalla shaking the bike down. It's now ready for a new home!
New items:
Rebuilt master cylinders and calipers F/R
Carbone Lorraine C60 pads
OEM clutch
Vortex clip-ons
Vortex rearsets
Vortex sprockets F/R
RK chain
Vortex brake lever guard
Vortex engine covers
Oil/distilled water & water wetter/Motul RBF 600 brake fluid
Pirelli SC1 front, SC2 rear tires

I've gone through this whole bike and it's completely ready to grid up for racing!
Wire harness is now a race harness - no lights, emissions connectors etc. No fault codes!
Rear caliper is also captive! Rear tire changes are a breeze!

All consumables have been replaced including the spark plugs. Bike geometry is set up for a 190 lb rider currently.

Located in Long Beach, CA
$6000 obo
Please, no trades or low ball offers.
Thanks!












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Here's another pic of the captive rear brake caliper. This holds both the caliper bracket and the chain adjuster in place when you're changing the rear wheel.
There is enough slop in there to allow the axle to slide fore and aft when you adjust chain tension, but everything still stays in place while you're trying to line up the axle when reinstalling the wheel.
Also, the adjuster block on the other side is attached to the axle with a set screw so that it doesn't move when you pull the axle out.
And lastly, I added a chamfer to the edge of the brake pads to make it easier to slide the rotor into the caliper.
They're all small things, but added up, they make a huge difference when you're putting a new tire back on!

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