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Thread: GSX1150 Rebuild

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    Default GSX1150 Rebuild

    Its been a couple of years since my last rebuild that i have now sold on so it was time for a new purchase. I bought it about a year ago from a guy who was selling up. It was a case of take it all or nothing. There was an 1150ES (no engine in frame), an 1150EFE (slightly battered) , 3 engines (not complete) , a rolling chassis, spare tank and the ES engine fitted in a motorcross frame. I needed a small truck to get it all home.
    80 GSX1100 ET
    82 GSX750 EZ
    84 GSX1150 ES
    86 GSX750 ES
    10 GSXR1000

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    Excellent. Got the first photo uploaded so heres some more
    80 GSX1100 ET
    82 GSX750 EZ
    84 GSX1150 ES
    86 GSX750 ES
    10 GSXR1000

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    Bear with me while i remember how to add multiple photos in post
    80 GSX1100 ET
    82 GSX750 EZ
    84 GSX1150 ES
    86 GSX750 ES
    10 GSXR1000

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    And heres the engine
    80 GSX1100 ET
    82 GSX750 EZ
    84 GSX1150 ES
    86 GSX750 ES
    10 GSXR1000

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    A few spares
    80 GSX1100 ET
    82 GSX750 EZ
    84 GSX1150 ES
    86 GSX750 ES
    10 GSXR1000

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    Heres view from other side
    80 GSX1100 ET
    82 GSX750 EZ
    84 GSX1150 ES
    86 GSX750 ES
    10 GSXR1000

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    A "small" truck to get it all home?
    Everybody needs a 100hp 4 cylinder dirt bike!
    2@ \'78 GS1000

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    Wow... that dirt bike appears to have the 1150 frame downtubes grafted onto it. I wonder if hillclimber was the intent.

    When consulting the magic 8 ball for advice, one must first ask it "will your answers be accurate?"

    Glen
    -85 1150 es - Plus size supermodel.
    -Rusty old scooter.
    Other things I like to photograph.....instagram.com/gs_junkie
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    https://www.flickr.com/photos/152267...7713345317771/

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    Many build options with lot's of spares there's enough there to keep you entertained for a few winters.
    1979 CBX, AW440 Maico, GS1150EF

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    Fun stuff, Lots of parts to do something with.

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