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So as requested, the conversion of my GSF 600 N built in 97 type GN77B.For the few of you, how the good piece looked originally, here is another picture:
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I quickly realized that I can't and don't want to drive around like this.The whole thing didn't get much better with the English newspaper "Streetfighter" and later with the German newspaper "Fighters". Every time the urge came through: "I want something like that too !!!!!!!!" But in my time when I served in the army for 4 years there was never enough time to do a lot on the bike. But in 1999 the first minor conversion was already finished: MOKO rear, wider tires, paintwork and other handlebars were a start.
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It was enough to drive around like that at first.
 

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At some point the popular mask from "Powerbronze" was added and the paintwork changed towards design like the MOKO rear at M OKO was in the catalog

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By chance I later got my up side down fork cheaply.
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So I was able to drive around first because the tires got even wider. And it was finally fun. Front 120/70 and rear 190/50 and the chassis was worlds different.
 

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But just driving is not possible. The market was and is full of ideas that I really like. You could also get another motorcycle to tinker with. Yes who doesn't know that?!?!
 

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So it was dismantled again and some things were changed. You slowly started to design your own stuff. Furthermore, attempts were made to clean up sloppiness from the early days. It is known to start building towards optical quality. Which didn't quite work out.
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the installation of a DYNA 200 was added

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The aluminum swing arm of a GSF 1200 took its new place of work
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There had to be a new disguise
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A 750ccm engine should go in, because 78 HP wasn't enough !!!!!!!!! With neatly adapted GSXR 1100 manifold
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Then the speedometer had to be in the tank !!!!!!!!!!!
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Shit idea !!!!!!!!!!!!

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Never again !!!!!!! You can't see anything !!!! Nothing!!!!!!
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And then a new paint also had to be

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And so was the last result almost 4 years ago with the gsxr 1100 4 in2 exhaust system
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so the prehistory so far. From now on, every component was hit hard. Everything becomes new and different.
 

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Before I take the whole motorcycle apart, I looked at a few points on the rear that I want to change. Without the lower paneling, you could see that the MOKO bench was not positioned correctly
everywhere.
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So far I have not noticed that the rear in the middle of the rear frame was not at all.
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However, the stern is of very good quality and very stable. Apparently it was therefore never noticed. And the point should no longer be screwable, but firmly welded to the rear.
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Furthermore, I really want to have a GSXR 1100 fuel tank. For me personally it is one of the most beautiful fuel tanks.
Adjusting to the lines of the frame will probably be the problem. This fuel tank has been used many times on the Bandits, but not always nicely implemented.
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I have already completely stripped the paint from the fuel tank at our company. You won't have any problems with welding later.

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I hope that I can achieve a perfect implementation.
 

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The installation of a GSXR 1000 K1-K4 swing arm is planned. Actually, my heart beats for a single-sided swingarm, but during the conversion I forgot to change the upper bracket of the shock absorber. Well it just happens. It would be even better to install a Benelli TNT swing arm because it looks very good with the Bandit, as the frame is made of round tube and so is the swing arm. But these Benelli wings cost a pig's money !!!!!!!!!
In addition, the fork should be covered with cover tubes. The rear should no longer be screwed on like the original, but rather be removable with a kind of quick release.
 

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In der Zwischenzeit gab es einen Besuch aus dem neuen Herzen, der den Banditen in Zukunft schlagen sollte.
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Relativ billig und schmutzig.

Baute zuerst eine Vorrichtung, um das "Schwein" ausbluten zu lassen.

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Leider ist der Schaden an der rechten Seite des Zylinders nicht schön.

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Reparieren oder neu, das war die Frage.
 

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So get down with the cylinder.

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But that doesn't look like an optimal engine run.

When I looked at the cylinder liners, I thought there was a piston jamming at first.
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But no !!! Material defect in the liner.
Also good, so cylinder is junk. A new one is needed.

A good start.
 

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I have the engine of the first GSXR 1100. The liners of the GU 74 C are too thin.
 

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So first started to dismantle the whole gearbox. Preferably with a system.
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Very beautiful. Everything where it should go.

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And what do I do with the ugly oil downpipes ???

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Preferably chrome plating. Would look good. But with the grate ???? I will try to build some myself out of stainless steel and then polish the pipes. Good plan!!!!
 
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