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    Fork extensions for GSXR1000 & Hayabusa

    We now make these fork extenders for K1-K8 GSXR1000 & 99-12 Hayabusa forks (may fit others also), in 50mm(2") & 75mm (3") lengths. Cost is $440/set in black anodised finish plus $10 postage Australia wide.
    Paid members click here for your discounted price





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    As usual ben you are at the top of your game , they look wicked

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    What about us Yammy boyz mate....04 R1 ???
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    integrated LED indicators?
    Rev the fucker!!!!!

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    sheesh... you blokes are hard to please
    Not at the moment Sharky & Fimp

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    What does one use them for?

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    to extend one's forks.... DER!!!
    MY RSV1000
    http://www.streetfighters.com.au/forum/showthread.php?14066-T-Bike!&p=373990&viewfull=1#post373990

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weaselman View Post
    What does one use them for?
    Taking a stab in the dark I'd say when fitting late model front ends to early model bikes....

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    Yes, the GSXR & Busa front ends are popular to swap into many bikes but the problem is some have longer forks, some guys want to retain the stock ride height. This is the simplest way to make it all work.

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    Freaking top idea ben have passed this along to a few mates

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    Quote Originally Posted by K6Thou View Post
    Taking a stab in the dark I'd say when fitting late model front ends to early model bikes....
    Or Harleys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EXBEN View Post
    Yes, the GSXR & Busa front ends are popular to swap into many bikes but the problem is some have longer forks, some guys want to retain the stock ride height. This is the simplest way to make it all work.
    Ahhhhh I see

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    sorry ben, that was just a suggestion

    you dont happen to do those fork leg indicators to suit spindly little kat forks do ya?
    Rev the fucker!!!!!

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    No Fimp although I can supply Fork wrap indicators that are double sided onto the fork leg & are in a clear plastic tube for $150/pr.
    Like this
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    I've simplified these a bit so there's been a price drop now $440/set with the same discount for paid members.

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ID:	4247Oh & there's plenty in stock now, both sizes.

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