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Old 05-28-2010, 09:26 PM   #21
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Old 05-28-2010, 09:30 PM   #22
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Ugh! Awesome! I just gotta find the $$$
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Old 05-31-2010, 10:08 AM   #23
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Ok I'm doing it for sure. Just got that set from eBay. Thanks thazkat... What rear shock would u suggest? I'm gonna start gathering and get it all together.
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Old 05-31-2010, 03:13 PM   #24
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I used a Hayabusa rear shock on mine and mreedohio's bikes. If you go that route, you will have to either make or buy lowering links, the busa shock is longer than the katana. I have seen the R1 shock, GSXR shock and I believe a kawi shock used on them.
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Thanks. I'll update as it goes. Maybe i'll start my own build thread. I do have Picts of everything so far...
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Im guessing you use the katanas handlebar plus accessories correct?
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Yes you can use the katana bars but they have to be knotched for the busa handlebar mount. I believe there is a difference of a 1/2 inch. This will not mess with the integrity of the bar if you do it properly.
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I have about $400 into mine. Ebay was good to me and many good friends that had spare parts they were willing to part with for less than nothing.


You will also need a speedhealer for the pre to be sure to get the speedo dialed in.
wow 400 not bad ! I thought I did pretty good on ebay got the forks for under 100 off an 05 with 27000 miles. the only thing that killed me was the fancy rotors i bought 165$. overall i spent 460 not including break lines.
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Thanks. I'll update as it goes. Maybe i'll start my own build thread. I do have Picts of everything so far...
YES start a build thread bro!!! thats what we do here, is feed off of each other's inventiveness
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Yes you can use the katana bars but they have to be knotched for the busa handlebar mount. I believe there is a difference of a 1/2 inch. This will not mess with the integrity of the bar if you do it properly.
how complex would it be if I go with the busa handlebars and accessories?
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