This whole thing started because my master cylinder "sweats" around the plunger.
I wanted to either get a rebuild kit or a new one. So I started looking online at that stuff and figured I'd upgrade to a better master.
Well they're expensive, and more than I want to spend on a single simple part. Then I stumbled across Squirleys 550
and it immediately set my pants ablaze with it's radness.
It was then that I decided I would research the crap out of how to fit that junk on my bike! I'm making this thread with prices and details, in case anyone else wants to do it themselves.
I bought everything on ebay.
(I'm a cheap skate)$10.50
S/H=$15.00 2006 GSXR600 bent fork legs
the straightening is being done by frame straight
in Tennessee for $140.00 $20.00
S/H= 7.50 2002 GSXR1000 lower triple, filed off the casting rib, the stops, and polished 'em out. $25.00
S/H=$10.00 2002 GSXR1000 upper tree and clipons.
shaved, modified, and polished.$30.00
S/H=$10.00 2004 GSXR600 calipers and lines (same as a 750/1000 in different years)$12.00
S/H=$13.00 2002 Hayabusa rotors -pair (comparison to OEM CB750)
(came in a big box lot of GSXR parts)$2.50
S/H=$4.46 2006 Gsxr1000 axle and a 15/16 bolt for use as a tool$30.00
S/H=$13.00 All Balls Racing tapered bearing set$7.00
S/H=$4.00 stainless 2.25'' T-bolt Clamps$5.50
S/H=free 2'' I.D. reinforced silicone intercooler coupler (cut 4 pcs)$0.00
S/H$0.00 3.75x20x0.25 inch aluminum plank for headlight bracketsdone$16.00
S/H$6.50 GSXR1000 Front wheel bearings and seals (All Balls)$10.50
S/H$18.00 19'' Narrow Glide Harley Wheel$10.00
S/H13.00 GSXR1000 master cylinder
I still need to convert my speedometer over to electric and get some grips.I'll tally it all up when I'm done.
We'll see if it was worth it, buying it all separately or not.
Total So Far: 433.46