Custom Fighters - Custom Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum - View Single Post - Gsxr swingarm to bandit frame alignment
View Single Post
Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 02-13-2020, 08:09 AM   #3
Streetfighterkz
Capt Oblivious
CF Pimp
Streetfighterkz's Avatar on CustomFighters.com Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum
I support CustomFighters.com Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum
Local Time: 12:06 AM
Location: St. Charles (StL), MO
Posts: 2,935
Flip Offs: 0
Flipped Off 11 Times in 7 Posts
Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!Streetfighterkz is an amazingly helpful member with a good attitude!
Default Re: Gsxr swingarm to bandit frame alignment

Iíve tried mocking up a swingarm without a wheel before. My advice, take it or leave it, is to buy the wheel setup made for that swingarm and base it off of the rimís centerline. Unless youíre using a different wheel setup than stock to the swingarm...then I would center the linkage and space the wheel as needed.

Later, Doug

Ď74 Kawasaki H1-500 Project
Ď76 Kawasaki Kz900 'Strip-fighter Project
Ď77 Kawasaki Kz1000
Ď78 Kawasaki Kz1000 Project
'80 Cx500 Cafe/Brat Project
Ď83 Kawasaki Gpz750 (Turbo Converted) Project
Streetfighterkz is offline   Reply With Quote on our streetfighter motorcycle forum
These people High Fived Streetfighterkz!

Advertisement
These advertisements only appear for guests, register now for free to remove these ads!