Suzuki GSX-R750 2009 Project Bike

Suzuki GSX-R750 2009 Project Bike

Suzuki GSX-R750 2009 Project Bike

Really liked the concept..but very superficial...no details at all make it kind of a waste. What the heck were the engine mods??...come on...how can someone get an idea of how to apply this? Anyway liked the concept..next time get it a little more real with some honest description of the mods... that is really the way to go for the 750, wow 150 bhp at the flywheel?? or the back tire?? eighter way that is great.Im out to port and polish the gsxr 600 engine head and add a three angle valve job and play with the exhaust cam timing since this is a 2008 model the lifter is now larger in diameter so i can advance or retard the exhaust cam timing and have the wheel dino tell me which works best.On top that open up the exhaust with a streight through muffler with some Injector tuning and should have 127 to 135 horse power at the rear wheel. I will soon let you know the out come also with some higher numbered sprockets to give some more gear to the rear.and wheels.it should pull as hard as a stock 1000 in the first three gears.then that big block one liter motor takes off and leaves me behind we shall see in about two weeks good day wayne rhodes .


Engine-wise, Matsushima went to town on the 749cc powerplant, changing out to ’07 GSX-R cams and decking the head; plus a host of other black-magic engine-builder secret stuff, with the end result being horsepower numbers well above 150 at the rear wheel. Exhaust gasses are now spent via a one-off, handmade MPT system that features an interchangeable muffler design. Option One, the MotoGP option: Straight, slash-cut end pipe, and while extremely loud, it sounds amazing – straight up GP bike for the street. Option two: Simply remove one clamp and bolt up a KR Tuned muffler, which takes it back down to normal street-legal sounds, even featuring a quiet-baffle insert to bring it to nearly stock dB levels. All this from a reliable, street-able motorcycle

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