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1992 Suzuki GSX-R

Price: US $3,750.00
Item location: Reno, Nevada, United States
Make: Suzuki
Model: GSX-R
Year: 1992
Mileage: 14,100
Vehicle Title: Clear
Description

This is a street legal, urn key bike with keys and a clean California title signed and ready for the new owner


The bike is for sale locally for $8950obo I reserve the right to end auction at anytime.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me. Call/Text 775-742-8807 or message on here is fine too.

Up for sale is this amazing GSXR1100/750 or "7/11"

For those that don't know the GSXR1100 was the pre-cursor to the Hayabusa, his bike is very very fast.

This bike is dialed in and needs nothing. I will try and list the builds highlights after the pictures.

Bike is sold AS IS WHERE IS.

Local buyers encouraged to come see and test ride the bike. For all others I am happy to send pictures or video of whatever you may want to see.

I will be happy to assist in shipping. If the buyer would like I can provide a "Shipped to your door" price for the bike. If you want to look into shipping yourself I highly recommend USHIP. They have a free price estimator and in my experience you can usually get about 25% cheaper than estimated price with some patience. Bike is to be shipped from Reno, V 89509 I have shipped a bike to southern california for 150$ and the east coast for 500$



More pictures and exhaust sound clip in video:




Putting an 1100 engine into a 750 platform is a pretty popular mod with the oil cooled gsxr crowd. For more info on this setup you can google GSXR 7/11.

-Clean and tight (no leaks at all) gsxr1100 motor (removed from bike with 14,300 miles on the clocks) was put into the lighter more agile gsxr-750 frame. Valve clearance checked and was well within spec. (Both donor bikes were 1992) Engine starts right up even when freezing outside.

-Frame was modified by professional welder to accept a custom sub-frame, s well as relocated the battery.

-A custom tail-piece that is constructed out of all metal (no plastic or fiberglass) was installed on a custom made rear sub frame. A Hand made upholstered seat pad with motorcycle specific foam was made for the seat. I was debating on this or just using some seat foam from a racebike that has the sticky back, ould work well and be a little more low profile if your not going to be on long rides.

-The tank was taken down to bare steel along with the tail piece and there were no dents in tank, o there are no globs of bondo hiding anywhere.

-An awesome one off Silver metallic and black paint job was laid down, nd this was covered in 3 coats of high gloss clear, hen buffed, olished, nd waxed.

-A nice set of Titanium headers from a modern GSXR1000 was mated to an awesome sounding Carbon Fiber Yoshimura can, nd then modified to fit the 1100 motor and frame. The headers were then wrapped in Black header wrap. Again way lighter than factory setup.

-The Front and rear wheels were removed and Powdercoated a very nice looking Gloss Black, ith a nice set of Michelin Pilot powers installed as well as a 40$ set of black aluminum valve stems.

-The nice set of inverted forks were fully disassembled and cleaned, nd I took the upper tubes in and had them anodized black. The forks were than rebuilt and re assembled with fresh fork oil and seals.

-The rear shock is from a low mileage modern GSXR 1000 and the frame was modified to fit the upper shock mount.

-The Front and rear brake calipers were all rebuilt with new synthetic brake pads and fluid all around.

-The Clutch and Brake master cylinders are both brand new, s well as shorty adjustable levers, he rear brake master cylinder was completely rebuilt. Stainless steel front brake lines, nd stainless steel clutch line were installed.

-The Headlight is a very High quality unit actually made by Harley Davidson, ot made in China.

-The bike has a nice set of LED front turn signals, s well as rear Led tail/brake/turn signals. All LED signals are controlled by an electronic adjustable flasher.

-Comes with a set of fully adjustable / easily removable bar end mirrors. As you may see in the pictures sometimes I just prefer to have one mirror on, r both, r none.

-The ignition switch was moved to the right side of frame

-A very nice Aftermarket Oil Cooler was Installed and the associated fittings as well as a new set of black Stainless steel braided oil lines were installed.

-Brand new Sprockets and chain were installed.

Here is a parts list (probably missing some things)

New oil

New oil filter

New wheel bearings

New steering stem bearings

New spark plugs

New brake fluid

Three brake caliper rebuild kits

GSXR1000 titanium headers

Carbon Fiber yoshi exhaust can

Gsxr1000 adjustable rear shock

Custom made tail piece

Hand made and upholstered seat pad

K&N pod filters with black Prefilters

Fork rebuild kit

New fork Fluid

New black aluminum valve stems

Black aluminum front fork adjusters

New progrip SBK grips

New Clip on handlebars

New Throttle and throttle tube

New brake and clutch master cylinders

New shorty adjustable levers

New Headlight

New front and rear turn signals as well as brake light

New oil cooler

New Oil lines and fittings

New Battery

New Chain and sprockets

etc etc...

Couple last notes regarding bike:

This bike is titled as a 1992 GSXR 750 (if it were titled as an 1100 insurance would be higher for many people) this is a good thing.

If you would like a speedometer installed I can install a nice small aftermarket electronic speedo for 100-250$ depending on which one you want.

This bike is insanely fast, t is currently geared to spread that speed out in longer intervals meaning the rear sprocket is smaller and front bigger. This means longer gears and a higher top end speed (I would never suggest anyone ever go that fast) It is still amazingly quick and no slouch. My thinking here was to make the power more controllable for the average rider if you are experienced and want to woop the modern litre bikes off the line a new front and rear sprocket will do the trick.

In some of the pictures you can see the tail light wiring harness kind of hanging down, his is because it wasn't secured to the sub-frame like it is now (my mistake during pictures)

Some people may ask why basically the entire bike was rebuilt but the engine was not. This because the engine as stated had low miles and runs amazingly with no weird noises / smoke / leaks etc. A rebuilt engine is much more likely to fail than a low mileage factory built engine. It seems once those cases are split sometimes things just aren't the same so I prefer to leave the nice factory engine alone in most circumstances. This engine has tons of good strong mileage left, ill go above 50k easily.

Again Im sure if forgot to mention things in this listing, f you have ANY questions don't hesitate to contact me.

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