You chopped off the passenger peg mounts and rear section of the frame right?
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1980 Suzuki GS 750 Cafe Racer
PA Title in hand
15,000 orginal miles
Kerker exhaust $400
08 GSXR 750 Front End $1200
K&N POD Filters $150
Dynojet Jet kit $120
Progressive suspension rear shocks $300
Integrated turn signal head light $75
Integrated turn signal brake light $50
Hel SS front and rear brake lines $200
New shorty Brake master cylinder $80
New shorty clutch Lever $50
New Electronics system $400
Entire bike stripped down and powder coated flat black $1500
Plus more that I'm forgetting
If your looking for a reliable, built, custom bike to pay and jump on and ride this season this is it!!!
Looking for $5000 Obo
Youtube of it running here->
I cut the rear of the frame but the peg mounts bolted on to the side of the frame if i remember right.
For $5k (over twice what KBB lists as a retail value for that model bike, from a dealer, in excellent condition) the attention to detail is, um, lacking...
Brake lines, headlight, brake fluid reservior, all need attention. And that's just looking at the fancy $1200 front end it's got on it.
The Mighty Monza Jr. Thread: https://www.caferacer.net/forum/proje...r-project.html
If your vision was unfinished and homely you've achieved it.
Price drop to $4k
just adjusted the valves and resynced carb.