What is The easiest usd fork swap for a 600 bandit???
Its wont as stem is shorter & thicker!I've seen a complete gsr 600 07 front end,...But cant fins the headstock stem size to see if it will be a straight fit,...
check out my thread, I just went through thisWhat is The easiest usd fork swap for a 600 bandit???
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If you go about it the way I did....
basically, you'll need 2004-2005 GSXR forks and triple trees.
then buy a GSF1200(bandit) lower triple of the same year as yours.
when you get the bandit lower triple, you press out the steering stem. ( find a machine shop, it'll be $25-60 for their time.... or do it yourself if you can get a press... or ask a forum member, like I did and they hook you up somehow. )
once the stem is pressed out of the bandits lower triple, you then press it into the GSXR lower triple. Once thats all said and done you install the GSXR lower/top triple to bandit, and slide in GSXR forks.
Since you has a front end of a gsxr, its best to keep it that way, by having calipers & brakes, and wheels from a gsxr or the same year as well.
then you'll want to update the bandit 600 swingarm/wheel to a 1200 swignarm and wheel, so it doesnt look wimpy in the back after you installed a beefy front end.
Awesome so lemme get this right,.. all i need is a press to get the stem out of the gsxr clamps and find a 1200 bandit stem and have it pushed into the gixer bottom clamp and it will all fit on the 600 bandit with no spacers needing to be made ? so a complete gsxr front end and a 1200 bandit stem,...nothing else needed?