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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 01-13-2011, 10:01 PM   #1
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Here comes another challenger! 1975 suzuki gt550

As is today:





2006 gsxr front end on the way
started on sv 650 swingarm before this post
more plans to come

Here are some pics of what has taken place in the few weeks before posting(i know these don't count but here are pics):

When I picked up:



Tank was sooo bad had to use a spare honda tank to get it running, also the reason it's called a honduki:



Cylinders full of death:



Carbs full of crack:



More to follow....
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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 01-15-2011, 03:15 AM   #2
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Some further progress on the rear shock and swing arm. Still trying to adjust height properly.









Stock front end, gsxr 600 forks on the way.



I hate waiting for parts.
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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 01-19-2011, 11:52 PM   #3
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Still waiting on the front end I ordered on the 6th....
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Default Re: The motoHangar Honduki

More progress

got the front forks finally and finished the subframe:
















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Default Re: The motoHangar Honduki

This project is consuming my life, so much so that I haven't stopped to post any updates. At work now and will get some more pics up here later tonight. Got a whole lot of stuff in the mail, head light, taillights, rear wheel, steering stabilizer, and several other things. More pics coming soon.
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Default Re: The motoHangar Honduki

Ok some updates finally. Trying out some fiberglass work for a seat pan. Got some goodies in the mail, made some headlight brackets for the little headlight and f2 rear sets have gone on to the bike.

Poopy fiberglass turned out too thin, will try again.



And some new toys, sv rear brake, sprocket and wheel, 57 chevy tail lights, and stock gsxr steering stabilizer.
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Default Re: The motoHangar Honduki

Made some headlight brackets out of some round bar and flat stock from the home depot. The left is unfinished and the right one has been polished and will get a clear coat.




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Default Re: The motoHangar Honduki

Brackets to hold the rear sets.








This is where I'm at now, headlight mounted, rear sets mounted and going back for a third attempt at fiberglass.


More updates and pics soon
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Default Re: The motoHangar Honduki

New updates, sorted out some wiring under the tank, mounting battery and other electronics in the tail as well as the ignition switch mounted to the side of the bike. Still need to rewire the rear section of the harness.






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Default Re: The motoHangar Honduki

Got the cbrf2 rear sets mounted. Modified a cm450 18 tooth sprocket to fit slightly offset to line up with the rear sprocket properly and added a skate board wheel roller to keep the chain away from the shift rod and lower frame. Now need to come up with something for the top of the chain.





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