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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Enter here for the August 2013 FOTM.

Must have 50 posts.
Must be your bike.
Include list of mods.
Include 4-8 pics, and mention which one you'd like used in the voting.
Deadline is the 20th, voting goes up on the 21st.

So lets see those fighters!

I'd like to see those bikes from last month up again.

Also, doing this shit from a phone is a pain.

134 Posts
so ill b the first to enter with my Retro Figter ;)

Donor: Virago 750 /82
Front: Suzuki TLR 1000, Lucas top, GSXR bottom clamp
rear swinger: Honda NTV 650
R6 rear shock,
Reverse levers,
WW2 YAK clock,
hand build:
swinger bracket,
front lights,
Single side plate holder,
Stainless/ brass air box,
full stainless steel exhaust and reverse cone silencers, finished with brass,
custom leather grips and seat .
plenty of little things ...

here we go:

voting one


Pie eater
64 Posts
2nd up.

I'll have a go then...............

One from the UK.

Now how many cbr1000rr streetfighters do you see????

The bits I can remember;

A few years of modifications here, so this is off the top of my head…

Full carbon bodywork (tank, tail, mudguard, hugger, all trims and guards, fuggin love the stuff).
PIAA headlights in aluminum nose cone. LED Rear strip lights with hidden indictors just under the rear end. Lights flash for brake.
Modified subframe with carbon RC211V rear end.
Ohlins shock, Ohlins forks and steering damper.
RSVR OZ forged wheels with custom spacers, billet sprocket carrier and brake hanger.
Brembo Mono-block callipers
Full Akrapovic exhaust system with Leo-Vince can as the end looked better than the Akro' one.
Moto-gadget speedometer mounted at the front of the tank, M-unit and hidden key-less G-lock. Rev-lights mounted around the top of the nose cone.
Billet top yoke with renthal drag bars. Oberon mirrors and very dirty renthal soft grips.
STM slipper clutch with windowed cover (that was a right pain the arse to do and keep it slim).
Carbon filler cap.
PC3 with 2007 injectors and air-box. Heavily internally modified air-box with PAIR system removed.
TenKate bell mouths, HRC cams.
Gilles rear sets with MTM reservoir. Gilles rear wheel adjusters and lifters.
ISR master cylinders
Carbon braided lines.
Mesh sprocket cover with Renthal sprockets 1 down front 2 up rear.
Well fucked tyres. :oops:
Much messing about with the electics to clean it all up and get it all working in the way I wanted.
And other bits and bobs that you don’t see straight away and that I can’t think of at the moment…….

It's been a few years evolving and being riden at the same time so must have missed a few bits.

It's not on here for votes, but votes would be nice. Its really on here because Im proud of what I've done off my own back with all the ups and downs that come with building bikes. Thanks to my wife for putting up with me and the nights spent on the bike rather than her. By the way....... this is proof that we didn't need a new hoover and I NEEDED the rear shock. :)

Voting picture please.....


196 Posts
I'll put mine in, even though it seems a lot more bland than the other entries :D

GSXR K4 with a rebuilt motor,
Mv Brutale tail with GSXR / MV modified subframe with adjustable height
custom seat
Wavy rotors
braided lines
billet levers & grips
Motogadget speedo with cusotm bracket
German made h/light with custom made bracket
Keyless ignition (M-lock)
billet engine cases
silicon hose kit
Leo Vince GPro muffler with modified link pipe
Custom paint job


Basement Fighterer
420 Posts
Just finished my 2001 Bandit 1200. Front fender is not mounted yet but I like how it looks without. I did everything myself except tig welding the stainless mid pipe and the black powdercoating, most of everything was done in my basement or in the backyard. Total cost under 3 grand and still have some parts to sell.


Stage 2 jet kit with K&N and chopped airbox, PAIR delete
Custom Slip On - modified 636 mid pipe and Cone Engineering reverse cone megaphone
Bluebox LCD gauge cluster
MikeXS clubman bars with bar end mirrors
Windscreen cut from a 636 windshield, bead blasted around Skully
Buell headlight with custom machined headlight mounts
Harley fork gaiters
Trimmed and repainted 900rr Front Fender
Monster seat trimmed to suit and wrapped in CF pattern vinyl
Rear frame chopped and re-done using Moose tapered steel handlebar
Monster tail light, factory undertail trimmed to match new frame, Monster seat latch
Modded side covers and chain guard

Voting Pic


1,111 Posts
Ok, I will try it too!

My K3 1000. Still some work have to be done, but any way here it is.

Carrozzeria wheels
Braking front wave rotors
Modified K9 1000 monoblock calipers to fit K3 forks
Brembo master cylinder
Braided brake lines
Omnia Racing modified headlight
Billet clutch lever
Billet front break reservoir
Billet rear sets
Billet keyless tank cap
Billet subframe
Billet frame sliders
Matris stabilizer
Modified gaz tank mount
Overflow botle from K7 1000 under the tank
Silicon hoses
Modified universal belly pan
Home made mounts from aluminium for belly pan, headlight, suspension adjuster
Moved key switch under the subframe
Moved thermo fan pick-up sensor behind radiator
Monster seat
Led tail light
Harris carbon rear fender
BTR shok height adjuster
Elka rear suspension for K7 1000
Wave rear rotor
Choped Yoshimura muffler
Powder Coat frame, subframe, swing arm, rear footpegs and belly pan mounts
Painted engine
HRC rear brake reservoir
Painted radiator with protective grilles
Pair delete
K5 1000 camshafts

Please use this one


179 Posts
Hello. This is my GSXR 1100.


Frame : SUZUKI GSX-R1100 1986
Subframe : Handmade
Engine : SUZUKI GSX-R1100 1986
Air Box : Handmade
Tank : Yamaha FZ6 2004
Keyless fuel cap
Plastics : Handmade

Front End:
Front Wheel: KAWASAKI ZX11
Brake lines: KAWASAKI ZX11
Clocks: After Market
Headlight: YAMAHA XT660
Fender : Handmade

Rear End:
Tail : YAMAHA R1 2003
Seat Unit: YAMAHA R1 2003
Swingarm: Single sided HONDA VFR
Rear Wheel: HONDA VFR 800
Exhaust : GSXR 1000 K7

Use this one for voting.


Premium Member
203 Posts
This is my 1993 Honda CBR900RR Fireblade. My first street bike/ race replica/ street fighter. All in 1 package.

Mods List

-VFR800 SSSA Conversion, Lots of machining and custom work to make it mount properly
-18" Car Rim with a 240/70r18 Dunlop Tire

-Bowen Upholstery seats covered in carbon and liquid silver vinyl with red piping
-Erion Racing exhaust, shorty can and upswept mid pipe
-Billet Manual CCT anodized red
-Wave style rotors of unknown origin
-Galfer dual braided brake lines
-Kawasaki risers mounting Moose racing handlebars to a stock (drilled) CBR triple clamp finished with superbike gel grips from progrip
-Electronics sorted, if you know 900's you know what that means
-Chopped down gauges. Just the tachometer and temp gauge remain
-Mini speedometer, Started at 0 miles for Ratfighter, I got it with 699, its now up to 900 miles (Bikes only been working since Friday)
-EBC HH pads
-Tapered head stock bearings, new wheel bearings, everything in between has been cleaned in the process of the build
-7" round headlight from a Suzuki. Mounted with vintage era motorcycle engine mounts and custom clamps with mini turn signals
-Wiring chopped and routed under the tank, all unnecessary electronics relocated centrally on the bike
-CBR600F3 right side control housing and throttle, much cleaner and modern
-Coolant reservoir relocated under the bodywork
-Barnett HD clutch springs to hook up under the abuse of wheelies and full throttle launches even though I can't wheelie yet... what a noob!

I got this bike from the almighty Ratfighter as a project. I finished the massive undertaking of putting a VFR800 swingarm on a first gen fireblade. To my knowledge, this is the first time its been done. At the very least its the first time its been done to this level of perfection...

I Hijacked his build thread, look near the end for the latest juicy bits of info.

I would like my first pic here to be used for the "voting" picture.

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