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Long story short when I was in high school my first street bike was a 1994 CBR 900RR, I sold it when I was 18 (20 years ago) and always wished I had that bike back. 2 years ago I was driving thru a neighborhood and spotted a 93 900RR parked under some guys deck, I stopped and asked if he wanted to sell it, but he told me it didn’t run and couldn’t understand why I’d want a bike that didn’t run. Anyway I ended up getting it for 500 bucks and it’s actually in pretty good shape, it’s a little sun faded, plastics are are not perfect, tank has a few dings etc. took it home and went thru the carbs and got it running. Anyway it’s a perfect candidate for my first street fighter build. If you guys could guild me to some companies in the US to get tail sections, belly pans, headlight hardware etc I’d greatly appreciate it.
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Im pretty sure ebay is as good a place as any for random parts. copart is a good source if you want to buy a salvage bike for parts and have a few bucks to register for the auctions. craigslist will find you,.. stuff... if you want to deal with that scene.

what kinda stuff are you into? might help narrow the search.

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Tail and subframe, face/mask headlight fairing, belly pan...
First off…Welcome in!

Second…You’re most likely not going to find those parts on a shelf in the US. Somewhere in Europe perhaps as that tends to be a German style it sounds like.

Best thing may be doing some research on fiberglassing techniques and have a go at it. It’ll expand your skillset and give you something 100% unique.

top triple for dirt bike bars, and a gauges.
You can drill your top triple clamp for bar risers as some do ($) or find a complete upper conversion from LSL or ABM ($$$).

Gauges are a personal preference. I’ve installed a few Koso’s and also swapped to newer model gauge cluster on one bike I had.

Later, Doug
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