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Thread: GSXR 600 / 750 exhaust, Racetech shock, rear wheel

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    Default GSXR 600 / 750 exhaust, Racetech shock, rear wheel

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    Exhaust system. Great shape.
    2006-2007 GSXR 600 / 750 Two Bros Carbon Slip-On
    2006-2007 GSXR 600 / 750 Stock Header
    2004-2005 GSXR 600 / 750 Stock Cannon and Header.

    Shock - Rebuilt and ridden on for one track day, and 2 sprint races
    2006-2007 GSXR 600 / 750 Shock
    Racetech G3-LD Gold Valve Kit - Next Generation Low Deflection Rebound Seperator Valve
    9.5 kg/mm Spring for 200lb rider

    2006-2007 GSXR 600 / 750 Rear Wheel (Black) w/ rear rotor.
    Cushions not included

    2004-2005 GSXR tank bra.

    I am cleaning out the garage/attic.
    Please let me know if anything strikes your interest.
    Last edited by Jerkface JC; July 15th, 2014 at 09:58 PM.
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    -GSX-R750 (track)
    -FZ6N
    -KDX200
    -TTR-125

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    How long is that shock?
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    The 07 gsxr 600 shock is 317mm.
    "If you have to sign a wavier, it is probably worth doing."

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBar View Post
    How long is that shock?
    315 mm
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    -GSX-R750 (track)
    -FZ6N
    -KDX200
    -TTR-125

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    Too short for my bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBar View Post
    Too short for my bike.

    What length does it need to be? If you are off by 10mm or so you can shim the top clevis to add ride height.
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    330 mm
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    Yeah don't know if you will have enough threads on the clevis to shim it that much. Maybe an extra long one would work.
    The GSXR after market shocks will run about 330mm at full extension. That will cost much more than what Jc wants for his though I am sure.
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    The previous generation gsxr ran a longer shock that is easier to fit to my bike.
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