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Re: My 94 Streetfighter Project

Post by Fringe on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 09:11

Nooooooooooooooooooooooo. No pullhaur2
At lest ride it for a year/month/week.
Like we've all been saying, A Streetfighter is individual. All that hard work for someone with too much money to come and take all the credit for your inginuity.
Sorry but that really PISSES ME OFF. rant :302:
Even if you get a bike built for you by a someone with the 'Know how' it's to your design and worthy of calling your own.
I know bikes have to move on so you can build again but enjoy/ride it first then move on. badmood
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Post by Fringe on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 09:23

Dummmy spat,
Feet stomped,
Bru Drunk,
Calmed down.

Sorry folks!
Normal Attitude will be resumed shorty! whistle
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Re: My 94 Streetfighter Project

Post by griz on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 09:44

Ok guys long story short, it looks like my wifes business is going to fold & we both really want a baby & the sad part is we need IVF to have one, so I'm selling the bike so we can afford it. I'm hoping I'll get enough to be able to build another blade fighter too. No idea what spec yet, I need to get my thinking cap on.

I'll be dead sad to see it go but needs must & all that.

I'll be riding & perfecting as & until the SF mag pics are taken.....
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Post by fastbikefinder on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 10:11

Lets all cross fingers that you end up with 2 babies....1 that needs nappies changing and the other needing regular oil changes LOL.
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Post by griz on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 10:20

fastbikefinder wrote:Lets all cross fingers that you end up with 2 babies....1 that needs nappies changing and the other needing regular oil changes LOL.

Laughing Cheers mate!

That would be ideal! but there is a chance we could end up with twins (god help me) so all being well I'll have 3 babies! & like you said one that needs a oil change! rofl
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Post by yammydave on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 14:34

The bike doesn't matter, sooner or later it decays to nothing.
You are dead right family is more important.
You've built the Punisher, so you can always build another bike later; it's having that ability that counts and you've proven that.
Best of luck with the family.
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Post by fastbikefinder on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 15:34

Yeah like Dave said, now you've done, do it again!.....build 'the Punished'
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Post by griz on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 21:17

yammydave wrote:The bike doesn't matter, sooner or later it decays to nothing.
You are dead right family is more important.
You've built the Punisher, so you can always build another bike later; it's having that ability that counts and you've proven that.
Best of luck with the family.

Cheers mate!

fastbikefinder wrote:Yeah like Dave said, now you've done, do it again!.....build 'the Punished'

Thanks bud thumbup I'll build another one no problem, I dunno if I'll be able to afford it but I'm playing with the idea of doing a cbr1000rr fighter, just need to find a cheap frame & engine, if there is such a thing....
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Post by Fringe on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 22:24

Hey griz,
good luck with the family plans
Ya right to do what's right for you n Mrs Griz.
I'm lucky to have a family but it's taken 10yrs to get back to building and riding bikes again.
I hope all goes well for you both.
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Post by griz on Wed 24 Jun 2009, 22:32

Fringe wrote:Hey griz,
good luck with the family plans
Ya right to do what's right for you n Mrs Griz.
I'm lucky to have a family but it's taken 10yrs to get back to building and riding bikes again.
I hope all goes well for you both.

Cheers mate, if we are lucky enough to have a family my wife has already said she wants me to carry on building bikes so we'll see... I bet I won't get time to scratch my arse though rofl
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Post by fastbikefinder on Thu 25 Jun 2009, 02:10

griz wrote:

Thanks bud thumbup I'll build another one no problem, I dunno if I'll be able to afford it but I'm playing with the idea of doing a cbr1000rr fighter, just need to find a cheap frame & engine, if there is such a thing....

Your looking at best part of £500 each imo - thats RR4 / RR5 spec engine too.

griz wrote:... I bet I won't get time to scratch my arse though rofl

You wont have time to put your hand down there let alone start scratching lol
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Re: My 94 Streetfighter Project

Post by griz on Thu 25 Jun 2009, 10:32

fastbikefinder wrote:
griz wrote:

Thanks bud thumbup I'll build another one no problem, I dunno if I'll be able to afford it but I'm playing with the idea of doing a cbr1000rr fighter, just need to find a cheap frame & engine, if there is such a thing....

Your looking at best part of £500 each imo - thats RR4 / RR5 spec engine too.

griz wrote:... I bet I won't get time to scratch my arse though rofl

You wont have time to put your hand down there let alone start scratching lol

I think yer right about that whole scratching thing! rofl

Looks like I'm looking at £1000 all in, lets hope I get a good price for my bike then!
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Post by fastbikefinder on Thu 25 Jun 2009, 12:08

griz wrote:
fastbikefinder wrote:
griz wrote:

Thanks bud thumbup I'll build another one no problem, I dunno if I'll be able to afford it but I'm playing with the idea of doing a cbr1000rr fighter, just need to find a cheap frame & engine, if there is such a thing....

Your looking at best part of £500 each imo - thats RR4 / RR5 spec engine too.

griz wrote:... I bet I won't get time to scratch my arse though rofl

You wont have time to put your hand down there let alone start scratching lol

I think yer right about that whole scratching thing! rofl

Looks like I'm looking at £1000 all in, lets hope I get a good price for my bike then!

Running gear...allow £500

Loom - >£40

Coils >£50

Tank £50 - Watch out that you don't get sold one that was discarded after recall

Throttle bodies >£100

FI system inc. £500 as you'll need a hiss kit, although you could go de-hissed for about £300 for CDI + lockset imo

£200's worth of Carbon weave and resin to fab all your own bodywork?

Master cylinders....? £100...

You know the rest
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Post by griz on Thu 25 Jun 2009, 19:21

So for a little over £2500 I could be up & running then! Sounds good to me! eyebrow I wonder if your lovely friends at the Blade shop could give me a healthy discount if I buy it all from them?
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Post by fastbikefinder on Thu 25 Jun 2009, 23:19

griz wrote:So for a little over £2500 I could be up & running then! Sounds good to me! eyebrow I wonder if your lovely friends at the Blade shop could give me a healthy discount if I buy it all from them?

They'll honour the discount on any stock on the website.

Currently there are no complete running RR engines (I'm currently stripping the last RR5 engine)

No Chassis's either at the mo I'm afraid...but never say never.

There's plenty of bodywork, electrics, wheels, discs, brand new shocks and forks , FI etc, 4+5 swingers
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Post by griz on Thu 25 Jun 2009, 23:55

fastbikefinder wrote:
griz wrote:So for a little over £2500 I could be up & running then! Sounds good to me! eyebrow I wonder if your lovely friends at the Blade shop could give me a healthy discount if I buy it all from them?

They'll honour the discount on any stock on the website.

Currently there are no complete running RR engines (I'm currently stripping the last RR5 engine)

No Chassis's either at the mo I'm afraid...but never say never.

There's plenty of bodywork, electrics, wheels, discs, brand new shocks and forks , FI etc, 4+5 swingers

Yeah thanks mate. I went on there earlier & had a look. Even though they may not have everything I need right now the discount there offering members is brilliant, it'll give me a very healthy amount off! clap
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Post by Guest on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 14:33

Griz mate, glad Helrazzer n Mickey Masterblader got yer engine sorted ok. Can you remind me of two things. Where did you get yer projector lights/ fork to lamp brackets from n how much .Trying to sort my front end out! Cheers mate.
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Post by griz on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 22:45

megawatt wrote:Griz mate, glad Helrazzer n Mickey Masterblader got yer engine sorted ok. Can you remind me of two things. Where did you get yer projector lights/ fork to lamp brackets from n how much .Trying to sort my front end out! Cheers mate.

Hiya mate, I used the projector lamps off a ducati 999 but you can buy projector lamps on ebay too, here's the links

Low beam
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=380132328354&viewitem=&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWAX%3AIT&salenotsupported

High beam
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120437050187&viewitem=&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWAX%3AIT&salenotsupported

& I bought the brackets off of ebay but M&P sale them, here's the link:-
http://www.mandp.co.uk/productinfo/569601/Spares/Headlights-and-Brackets/On-Two-Wheels

I just had to make all the brackets to fix the lamps to the fork/ headlight brackets Wink
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Post by Guest on Mon 27 Jul 2009, 23:09

cheers mate, will be in touch. How you doin?
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Post by griz on Tue 28 Jul 2009, 22:34

megawatt wrote:cheers mate, will be in touch. How you doin?

Your welcome mate!

I'm fine thanks, a little tired from last weeks running around as I paid MB a visit to get 'the punisher' sorted.

My engine went pop & needed a new head so luckily for me MB came to my rescue! & paid me a visit with hellrazzer & scotty80, they came, drank my champagne & took my engine & carbs back with them! Laughing

I also decided I needed another bike to work on once the punisher was finished but I had a serious lack of funds so I sold hellrazzer a few of my tasty parts to help fund another bike, some may think that I'm mad & I can only agree!! screwy rofl

The problem I have is that soon the punisher will be finished & to a degree working on the bike has helped me & I need to try to strike a happy medium of activity as if I do to little I get worse & the same happens too if I do to much frustrated

So I managed to find myself a 1999 ZX7R which is rather rough around the edges & has been converted to a streetfighter (not a great job though!) As it was the bike I won on ebay was about 20 mins from where MB lives so I hired a van & took the punisher up to fit the engine & also pick up the ZX7R at the same time!

I stayed up there with MB & was also graced with the company of hellrazzer & scotty80, we all had a blast, most of the time I spent sat back watching MB & Hellrazzer putting it all back together & cracking jokes with the chuckle brothers! (you know how you are!) rofl tongue rofl

So here's some pics.....

I dropped the engine out



& MB stripped it down to find this!

You can't see it to well in the pic but the camshafts are well & truley buggered!!!

MB did a amazing job of sourcing a replacement head etc needed for the rebuild & it now sounds so so sweet!!!

So following the engine rebuild & me travelling up with the rest of the bike MB & hellrazzer did the biz on the punisher! dance


& now it's back in my garage waiting for me to get it finished! happyahh woot


I really can't thank the team enough for all your help, you guys really pulled me out of the sh*t! & MB's attention to detail was amazing & he transformed my bike & made such things as the throttle & clutch operation feel like new!! & the sound of the engine when it fired up was a sound I'll never forget, it sounds so so sweet!!!

Anyhow here's the new bike for me to start work on once I finish the punisher







& here's my favourite pic! Laughing drool
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Post by wild bill on Tue 28 Jul 2009, 22:51

Wicked stuff Griz, MB really is something else isn't he, shame to hear the punisher has to go but it's for a very worthy cause, can't wait to see how you transform the ZXR.

So who's the sexy lady on the bike then???
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Post by griz on Tue 28 Jul 2009, 23:21

wild bill wrote:Wicked stuff Griz, MB really is something else isn't he, shame to hear the punisher has to go but it's for a very worthy cause, can't wait to see how you transform the ZXR.

So who's the sexy lady on the bike then???

Yep MB is a mavel in my books!

I'm not 100% sure what is going to happen to the punisher as the IVF has had to be put on hold for a little while + I've doubts I would make enough from the sale of it to raise enough money anyhow.

I dunno what road I'm gonna take with the ZX7R as I don't have anywhere near the funds to spend that I did on the punisher. I may just clean it up & make a cleaner job of what someone else started or I may just totally convert it back to standard as I do miss the riding position of superbike scratch

Oh yeah the young thing on the bike is what the seller took to help sale the bike in his auction! I was kinda hoping she was included in the sale but it weren't happening! Laughing


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Post by masterblader on Tue 28 Jul 2009, 23:22

Many thanks Griz for the kind words it was a pleasure having you and the chuckle brothers over. The speed of Hellrazzers work was amazing with his heat proof hands proves one thing it aint human. TBH all of us were pleasantly surprised when the bike fired up cleared its throat and purred like a big pussycat. The engine was surprisingly in very good condition what appeared to be a new clutch basket and plates all round just a small slip up by the previous builder caused such catastrophic
damage. So hopefully instead of pushing bikes around it would soon be prams. Best of luck Paul & Emm
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Post by griz on Tue 28 Jul 2009, 23:31

masterblader wrote:Many thanks Griz for the kind words it was a pleasure having you and the chuckle brothers over. The speed of Hellrazzers work was amazing with his heat proof hands proves one thing it aint human. TBH all of us were pleasantly surprised when the bike fired up cleared its throat and purred like a big pussycat. The engine was surprisingly in very good condition what appeared to be a new clutch basket and plates all round just a small slip up by the previous builder caused such catastrophic
damage. So hopefully instead of pushing bikes around it would soon be prams. Best of luck Paul & Emm

Cheers mate! thumbup

Yep it's amazing to think something so small caused so much damage! But like you said the rest of the engine is in good nick & now you've done your magic on the rebuild I'm sure it'll give me many happy miles & hopefully not to much more pushing it! Laughing
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Post by fastbikefinder on Wed 29 Jul 2009, 09:49

Here's to a happy ending! drinking drinking drinking

Although I thought the rebuild would be a few years away! rofl



I think the Kwaka needs to go ZX79R

Sell that 750 engine (it'll go easily) and graft in a 900cc Kwaka engine

You'll then have an old Kwaka that will out perform the majority of R1's on the road!

Could graft on a Z1b tail ? remove the hugger + de bracket the arm, add a Katana flip light front fairing? and replace that expansion bottle with a smaller one, use some water wetter and move it under the seat.
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Post by griz on Wed 29 Jul 2009, 14:59

fastbikefinder wrote:Here's to a happy ending! drinking drinking drinking

Although I thought the rebuild would be a few years away! rofl



I think the Kwaka needs to go ZX79R

Sell that 750 engine (it'll go easily) and graft in a 900cc Kwaka engine

You'll then have an old Kwaka that will out perform the majority of R1's on the road!

Could graft on a Z1b tail ? remove the hugger + de bracket the arm, add a Katana flip light front fairing? and replace that expansion bottle with a smaller one, use some water wetter and move it under the seat.


Cheers matey! drinking

Nope MB pulled the engine rebuild outta the bag, top quality work too!

I like the sound of the zx79r do you know if the 900 engine will go straight in?

The rest sounds a little to bit old school for me, If I keep it a fighter then I might have a go at fabbing my own seat & headlights but a large part of me wants it back to standard looks wise as I'd like to get back to more of a race riding position & use it as a bike to get use to ridding that style & when I'm to tired or achy I can use the punisher to help me out Wink
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Re: My 94 Streetfighter Project

Post by yammydave on Wed 29 Jul 2009, 15:11

I think it's the early B model that drops in isn't it FBF?
If I recall correctly there is a bit of messing with the radiators and downpipes but believe otherwise it's supposed to be pretty straight forward.
I was contemplating doing it when I had my ZX7R.
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Post by fastbikefinder on Wed 29 Jul 2009, 15:19

griz wrote:
The rest sounds a little to bit old school for me, If I keep it a fighter then I might have a go at fabbing my own seat & headlights but a large part of me wants it back to standard looks wise as I'd like to get back to more of a race riding position & use it as a bike to get use to ridding that style & when I'm to tired or achy I can use the punisher to help me out Wink

They go more or less straight in, you'll need one of these

http://www.brgracing.com/zx7-9.html



Unless you want to fab your own + plumbing.

You'll also need CDI and Carbs.

Basically you'll end up with a lot more torque + rideability and you wont have to thrash it about everywhere.

The rest of you 7r is more than capable of everything you need, brakes and handling are excellent.

Did you check that headstock for adjustment yet? - You could be sitting on an RR and not even know it!
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Post by fastbikefinder on Wed 29 Jul 2009, 15:23

Yeah sorry, the B does slot in, you'll need the new engine mounts for C > onwards

You can use the 7r carbs on the B9 engine, and you can also use the CDI but the 7 revs higher so you could eaily blow the 9 engine
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Post by fastbikefinder on Wed 29 Jul 2009, 15:26

......get it dynojetted and you'll be looking at 135-140 rwbhp drool
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