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    I've owned lotz of bikes but the Z1 I had when I was 19 was the bike I wished I kept.Click image for larger version

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    This one I'm building was a Z1A, but I'm making that many changes I may as well have the paint job I like.
    I guess I'm trying to replace the Z1 I had, I hope it lives up to my expectations.

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    Cracking build mark well done

    Are you going to monoshock the frame to suit the GSXR arm or convert the arm to twin shock to suit the frame?
    I think i know the answer to this but curious to see which way your going to take it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supercharger_Mark View Post
    I've owned lotz of bikes but the Z1 I had when I was 19 was the bike I wished I kept.Attachment 4762
    This one I'm building was a Z1A, but I'm making that many changes I may as well have the paint job I like.
    I guess I'm trying to replace the Z1 I had, I hope it lives up to my expectations.
    Grean is hard to get out the blood mark lol
    Don't feel bad, makeing it better than it was out of pieces
    no one else would touch and keeping the spirt alive....
    Sounds like win win
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    I'm going to convert the arm to twin shocks Slingy, I'd like to keep the original look as much as possible.
    I bought these which are 1mm shorter than the original shocks, they were to fit a gsx1400.
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    I'd like Olins but I've already spent a fortune so these will have to do for now.
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    what would you blokes pay for a reproduction drouin supercharger kit
    I am very proud of my race....the fucking human race...........

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    That's just cheating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supercharger_Mark View Post
    I'm going to convert the arm to twin shocks Slingy, I'd like to keep the original look as much as possible.
    I bought these which are 1mm shorter than the original shocks, they were to fit a gsx1400.
    Attachment 4766

    I'd like Olins but I've already spent a fortune so these will have to do for now.
    Yep, thats what i figured would be the prefered option. Its good though, leaves a nice vacant hole in the swingarm to bring the exhaust up through to a stealth underseat blowthrough turbo instead of some 40 yr old design draw through MRS Turbo thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by slingy88 View Post
    Yep, thats what i figured would be the prefered option. Its good though, leaves a nice vacant hole in the swingarm to bring the exhaust up through to a stealth underseat blowthrough turbo instead of some 40 yr old design draw through MRS Turbo thing
    afr10 had just that
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    Quote Originally Posted by evad View Post
    thats the one dave ...horn as was his mates one the gpz with a zx12r motor in it
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    yeah that was Pizz his brother in law I think. Had me going with running a autronic ecu and carbs :-)
    Last edited by evad; 30-08-2013 at 09:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evad View Post
    yeah, i was thinking of that bike actually Dave. I could look at that for hours.................(sucks drool back into mouth). Oh well back to looking at my crusty Gixxer i suppose, now wheres me soldering iron...

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    A few more pics of what's going on the bike.
    Wiseco 1015 pistonsClick image for larger version

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    Dina s electronic ignition, Bandit coils, Slabie 34mm carbs & headers.
    Maybe I should call this a Kawazuki build.

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    And some more random pics.
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    A quick fit to make sure the main bits go together ok.
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    My 2nd home.
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    Love the work space :-)
    Those pipes look horn, good honest build should run awesome
    Apart from my dislike of wiseco lol
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    How'd you go with those crappy pods mate?

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    Si, they made up new dies for the foam base just as he said they would, I thought he was taking the piss.
    The new filters arrived last week, these ones fit fine.Click image for larger version

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    I can't afford the top triple clamp I'd like so I decided to make an adaptor that fits on top of the original clamp, its still a work in progress, here's a couple of pics, not sure if I like it yet.


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    Lathed a recess to fit the clamp Click image for larger version

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    Did some more cutting and hand filing, I still have to Click image for larger version

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    make spaces and bolt the rises on.
    I put the frame in yesterday to get sand blasted and powder coated
    And that's as far as I've got so far.
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    Got the frame back, looks great!Click image for larger version

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    Put the wheels on and the motor in.Click image for larger version

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    Made a couple of side plates to sandwich it all together.Click image for larger version

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    Made up a few more spaces and linkages for the pegs, gear changer and Mounted the rear brake master cyl,

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    I needed to make another gear changer leaver because the angles were all wrong on the one I brought.


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    i could save you the trouble of making all these bits by taking the bike as is ,because i cant afford one because they are too bloody expensive now thanks to some dipshit paying to much in the first place ,by the way mark bike is coming along quite bloody nice

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    Wow, great progress Mark.... Looks tuff!!

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