I guess the next step is stripping the bike to the bare frame and swapping motors. But it'll take a little time to clean and paint a few engine covers that need it. Get that frame spotless and motor ready. My engine mount kit is being shipped this week. So I should have it by the time the motor is ready to go in.Those wheels on that bike are going to be sick.
It sounds like a winter project anyway.And so it begins. Put 1200 motor on lift needs cleaning pretty bad.
Pulled upper fairing ,seat, tail, exhaust then ran out of time.
Hope to have motor mounts next week. Gotta work like the next 4 12hr days, then one day off then another 4 12hr days, a day off and another 4. I'll be pretty busy unfortunately.
How are you man? I've been to that site, but they are extremely pricey for their parts.
I rode the bike, motor is fine. I think he was doing some restoring is what I'm thinking. I see a lot of people who need better skills lolIt's going to be awesome, and I'm really impressed.
But, that Low miles 1100, has evidence of the motor already has been pulled?
That's the motor your saving? Have you heard it run?
lol thanks Bobl. The Fazer is a cool bike, Genesis motor and all. They were pretty quick. I always saw them as a mix between sport and cruise. It's actually hard to find 93 gsxr 750 forks that arent destroyed. They are pretty old now. With sportbike forks that old now, you have to totally rebuild them and hope all internals are good.Just beautiful so far. Great work, it'll be a new bike when you're done. I curious how those shocks will work, as I need a set for my beater '86 Fazer. The only thing holding me up is their short travel, only 68mm. The Fazer is already short of rear wheel travel. I did notice on the guys web site that he can increase the travel with short top out springs. Might be the way for me to go. Or maybe I should just ship my bike to you, and get it done right! Can't wait to see your bike finished.