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1st 03 gsxr-1000 in 100,000 mile club?

Here it is boys! Just clicked 100,000 miles on my 03 1000!

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Maybe the first of that generation. There was a few newer ones with those kinda numbers around here. Last I heard from 100,000mileDan I think he was nearing 150k or more?

Very impressive sir, love to hear it. Im only at 30k-ish.

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Very nice OP


My friends buddy had an L2 600 with 60k around 2 months ago. Probably somewhere in the 70-80k mile mark by now . Definitely impressive .
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Nice job, my 08 600 i sold in the spring had close to 25k miles I managed to put on it lol

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I don't doubt that any of these bike would make 100k easily if they weren't wrecked or neglected to death beforehand. They are remarkable pieces of engineering.

A friend of mine, who is pretty famous in the Honda world, just turned 280,000 miles on his F4I (2006 if I recall) that he bought new.

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Very nice!!!
Just curious, are u geared at all?

The most I've ever seen is a 99 busa with 130k ... That was like 5 years ago, I bet u anything that dude has 200k on it by now

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when I sold my 87 concours it had 520000kms on the clock and was still going last year. bought a 97 ZX9 and run up 180000kms on it before I sold to a kid that stuffed it under a van when it had 220000kms on the clock..
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Maybe the first of that generation. There was a few newer ones with those kinda numbers around here. Last I heard from 100,000mileDan I think he was nearing 150k or more?

Very impressive sir, love to hear it. Im only at 30k-ish.

Any major repairs to get there?

No major repairs except I changed the timing chain 5,000 miles ago due to the stock adjuster being maxed out. Also changed the guide. Other than that a lot of oil changes and 4 clutches, I still like to drag light to light it doesn't burn any oil and it's never been crashed. Good to hear that there's some high mileage bikes out there, that aren't just the BMW types.


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Very nice!!!

Just curious, are u geared at all?



The most I've ever seen is a 99 busa with 130k ... That was like 5 years ago, I bet u anything that dude has 200k on it by now



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take a pic and upload it to photobucket ... then copy and paste the img code ... bam

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Wow, I have some serious riding to do. My 2007 has about 9,800 miles one it. And I have had it 7 years this month.

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Wow, I have some serious riding to do. My 2007 has about 9,800 miles one it. And I have had it 7 years this month.

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I don't doubt that any of these bike would make 100k easily if they weren't wrecked or neglected to death beforehand. They are remarkable pieces of engineering.

A friend of mine, who is pretty famous in the Honda world, just turned 280,000 miles on his F4I (2006 if I recall) that he bought new.

And he's taking it to the track again next month!
I seen his bike on YouTube. That's impressive.

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Over 3 years later and 40,000 miles! Let's see after getting a little more than 10,000 miles on after market fuel pump, I dug deep into my pocket and bought a brand new Oem for almost 600.00 dollars. I'am also on 3rd ecu. The original almost got 100,000, while that last used one around 30+ . The bike burns a bit more oil, but still runs hard. I will say the new fuel pump and ecu gave it some of its life back.
After it broke down with the ecu and fuel pump on the same week, I decided to buy a new bike. After sitting on all of them, I decided to buy the R1M. After buying it ,I took it for a ride and thought where the hell is the torque! Anyhow I've been riding both of them.Click image for larger version

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The Suzuki is definitely a better street bike .


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Over 3 years later and 40,000 miles! Let's see after getting a little more than 10,000 miles on after market fuel pump, I dug deep into my pocket and bought a brand new Oem for almost 600.00 dollars. I'am also on 3rd ecu. The original almost got 100,000, while that last used one around 30+ . The bike burns a bit more oil, but still runs hard. I will say the new fuel pump and ecu gave it some of its life back.
After it broke down with the ecu and fuel pump on the same week, I decided to buy a new bike. After sitting on all of them, I decided to buy the R1M. After buying it ,I took it for a ride and thought where the hell is the torque! Anyhow I've been riding both of them.Attachment 281402Attachment 281410

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nah.. u need to ride the 17 gsxr1000 .. its a total different animal

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Not really a Yamaha guy, but those R1M's are pretty sweet. Almost Italian in the details and a great sound.

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Over 3 years later and 40,000 miles! Let's see after getting a little more than 10,000 miles on after market fuel pump, I dug deep into my pocket and bought a brand new Oem for almost 600.00 dollars. I'am also on 3rd ecu. The original almost got 100,000, while that last used one around 30+ . The bike burns a bit more oil, but still runs hard. I will say the new fuel pump and ecu gave it some of its life back.
After it broke down with the ecu and fuel pump on the same week, I decided to buy a new bike. After sitting on all of them, I decided to buy the R1M. After buying it ,I took it for a ride and thought where the hell is the torque! Anyhow I've been riding both of them.Attachment 281402Attachment 281410

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Yeah, the torque really picks up after 6,000 RPM. Have you flashed the ECU, yet? That makes a HUGE difference.

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Yeah, the torque really picks up after 6,000 RPM. Have you flashed the ECU, yet? That makes a HUGE difference.

Just ordered the graves 3/4 evr pipe and bench tuning kit. I still don't think it'll pull like my gixxer from a dead stop though.


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Not really a Yamaha guy, but those R1M's are pretty sweet. Almost Italian in the details and a great sound.

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Just ordered the graves 3/4 evr pipe and bench tuning kit. I still don't think it'll pull like my gixxer from a dead stop though.


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Possibly, but I think you might be surprised. The power delivery might feel different, but torque and horsepower-wise the R1 and the GSXR are pretty much identical in the lower RPM, but once you get past 7-8K RPM, the R1M just keeps increasing to that 25-30whp difference between the two. And you'll be picking up another 8-10whp with that flash and exhaust.

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Possibly, but I think you might be surprised. The power delivery might feel different, but torque and horsepower-wise the R1 and the GSXR are pretty much identical in the lower RPM, but once you get past 7-8K RPM, the R1M just keeps increasing to that 25-30whp difference between the two. And you'll be picking up another 8-10whp with that flash and exhaust.

I'm hoping I'll get something down low, but remember the gixxer has more than 10mm of stroke. It's the stroke that'll give you the pull from the bottom. Like the old ducs 998 ,1098 etc, they pulled like a tractor off the bottom, where the over squared ones lack that to have top end.


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Not really a Yamaha guy, but those R1M's are pretty sweet. Almost Italian in the details and a great sound.

I used to be brand guy, (Kawi) Gpz, Ninja. When I bought my 03 Gsxr-1000, it was the best bike of that year. I rode the wheels off this bike and still do. Some of its great characteristics I still like better than newer bikes. Anyhow even though the new gixxer is better than what they've been building, they are quite a bit behind the competition IMO and in appearance waaayyyy behind.


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Here it is boys! Just clicked 100,000 miles on my 03 1000!
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Nice! 11k miles a year is a good number.

Is that the engine where you have to split the case to change the clutch push rod seal?

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Nice! 11k miles a year is a good number.

Is that the engine where you have to split the case to change the clutch push rod seal?
Thatís 11k shared with another bike. Yammie has almost 6k on it now.

Yep thatís the seal you should never touch. No way I was going to split cases on a bike with these miles. I had to get really tricky to change that dam seal.
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Thatís 11k shared with another bike. Yammie has almost 6k on it now.

Yep thatís the seal you should never touch. No way I was going to split cases on a bike with these miles. I had to get really tricky to change that dam seal.
Nice.

I don't have one of those bikes so I never had the seal issue. I have read about several work arounds such as gluing an o-ring or another seal to the outside of the case.

What did you end up doing?

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Nice.

I don't have one of those bikes so I never had the seal issue. I have read about several work arounds such as gluing an o-ring or another seal to the outside of the case.

What did you end up doing?
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I had to dremal out the 3/4 lip on the case. Then install new seal. I used jb weld to re-create the lip around seal.
Not sure why Suzuki just didnít use a snap ring ??

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Here she is at the 150k mark!
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Very nice.

Could you recap what mechanical issues you've had in those miles?

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That is awsome 150k ! My k6 has about 30k about 27 when I bought it , I nearly panicked and did not buy mine bc it’s considered high miles but I’m glad i did buy it, I love the bike! It seems as tho the 1000’s last much longer than 600-750’s I guess they are made better from Suzuki? I hope I get half the miles you got from yours out of mine! . Ty for sharing your bike!
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That is awsome 150k ! My k6 has about 30k about 27 when I bought it , I nearly panicked and did not buy mine bc itís considered high miles but Iím glad i did buy it, I love the bike! It seems as tho the 1000ís last much longer than 600-750ís I guess they are made better from Suzuki? I hope I get half the miles you got from yours out of mine! . Ty for sharing your bike!
I donít think theyíre made better . The rev range is much lower . If youíre red lining every time you ride something like say at a track the wear is going to be more pronounced . You can always tell a 600 is coming on the street cause the guy is ringing itís neck. 750ís not as much. Iíve heard of some of them at the 100k mark.

Change your oil and try not to red line it everytime you ride and do wheelies for a really long time is what Iíd suggest .
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