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Suzuki GSX750R Hasegawa

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The bolts look very effective! So do the forks. Have you used metal foil for the fork tubes? Details have been highlighted really well. 

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Upper fairing decalized....

 

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and the 2 handle bars  .....  placed the oil window ....  :^)

 

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thinking about upgrade the oil tube connections......

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The handle bars look great Andrea - any more updates to the build?

Cheer

John

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Some progress but a lot of time.....

Who will build this kit (and other hasegawa) please replace every tube connection with metal one.... they break without even touching them

 

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Looks really good Andrea - the tank looks fantastic along with the rest of the bike.

Did you see that Hasegawa is going to do the 86' GSXR750-R too  it comes out in November or December I believe

About the only real difference is the tail piece is for a single seat only - the rest of the bike looks the same.

Cheers

John

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Yes I saw it, the differences are also the muffler and the dry clutch... I will spend more time on different subjects... 🙂 

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Andrea - the exhaust muffler is the same it's just painted black, but you are correct the 750R has the dry clutch

Cheers

John

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Andrea - I went back and looked at the exhaust pipe - It is a completely different pipe than on the GSXR750G - - It is reminiscent of the "Yoshimura" aftermarket  Exhaust cans of that time period.

I wish Hasegawa would have just produced the GSXR750R first - That is the one I want to build but I already bought both the "blue" and "red" versions of the GSXR750G models - Oh well.

They do that on purpose I think - lol

Cheers

John

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I had to work on the mirrors, reinforced the joint with 0,7 rod

 

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and finally the tank on the bike.... look at the black rubber band on the bottom of the tank  :brig:

 

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and the seat...

 

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and the rubber edge also on the glass ...

 

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Really nice attention to detail Andrea - on the windscreen and other subtle things you have done.

It is small touches like this that make you one of the better builders on the website.

Which PPG 2K clear are you using??  DelThane or Clear 2000 or is it a newer type??

I also used to paint my racebikes with PPG paints Using DBU and DBC urethane paints and the 2K Clear 2000

They make fantastic paints. - very easy to work with.

Cheers

John

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