Twin Front Rotors

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October 22, 2008, at 03:45 AM by Matthew Eckstein -
May 06, 2007, at 12:16 PM by Joe - Just Spelling
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i would get a complete front end (wheel, yokes, brakes, mudguard,ect) as opossed to what i did and got bits and peices from every where, it ended up that i got the wrong calipers, the second set were to wide so needed some grinding. up to you really.

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i would get a complete front end (wheel, yokes, brakes, mudguard,etc) as opposed to what i did and got bits and pieces from every where, it ended up that i got the wrong calipers, the second set were to wide so needed some grinding. up to you really.

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2. I pressed out the stem from the donor forks (gsx 750 in my case) but nearly every suzuki has a very similar width stem.

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2. I pressed out the stem from the donor forks (GSX 750 in my case) but nearly every Suzuki has a very similar width stem.

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3. get your gs stem(or if like me you can't afford to have the bike off the road, buy a bottom yoke off ebay)

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3. get your gs stem(or if like me you can't afford to have the bike off the road, buy a bottom yoke off eBay)

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5. i found that the gs stem was about 1/16th of a mm smaller than the gsx stem so i got an engineer/turner to knurl the bottom part of the gs stem to "swell" it, which worked a treat,

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5. i found that the gs stem was about 1/16th of a mm smaller than the GSX stem so i got an engineer/turner to knurl the bottom part of the gs stem to "swell" it, which worked a treat,

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7. fit new bearing,. (available from busters, wemoto, and probly your local bike shop as well) you'll need a peice of pipe just wider than the stem but not too wide, don't want to damage that shiny new bearing :D

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7. fit new bearing,. (available from busters, Wemoto, and probably your local bike shop as well) you'll need a piece of pipe just wider than the stem but not too wide, don't want to damage that shiny new bearing :D

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9. get your pre-prepared front end with bottom yoke loosly attached, and with your headlight bracket, clip on handle bars(if used) in place, and slide it in the same way you slid out the old one.

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9. get your pre-prepared front end with bottom yoke loosely attached, and with your headlight bracket, clip on handle bars(if used) in place, and slide it in the same way you slid out the old one.

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11. put you new top yoke (you will have to remove the old ignition swich, i used a grinder tio get it off the old yoke, and used 2 6mm screws and screwed it to the new one) on and put in the center bolt to hold everything in place.

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11. put you new top yoke (you will have to remove the old ignition switch, i used a grinder to get it off the old yoke, and used 2 6mm screws and screwed it to the new one) on and put in the center bolt to hold everything in place.

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13, now its just a matter of reinstalling your headlight, coming up with a way to install clocks, putting all the electrics , throttle, mirrors ect back into place,

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13, now its just a matter of reinstalling your headlight, coming up with a way to install clocks, putting all the electrics , throttle, mirrors etc back into place,

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and thats it basically

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and that's it basically

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ok things to remember

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OK things to remember

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and i think thats it,

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and i think that's it.

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2. i pressed out the stem from the donor forks (gsx 750 in my case) but nearly every suzuki has a very similar width stem.

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2. I pressed out the stem from the donor forks (gsx 750 in my case) but nearly every suzuki has a very similar width stem.

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just thought i would do a write up, for future modders :Grin

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just thought i would do a write up, for future modders

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ok 1, get new forks and yokes,

 2. i pressed out the stem from the donor forks (gsx 750 in my case) but nearly every suzuki has a very similar width stem.
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1. get new forks and yokes, 2. i pressed out the stem from the donor forks (gsx 750 in my case) but nearly every suzuki has a very similar width stem.

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http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g257/hmmmnz/dscf0085.jpg(this pic is from lev and seans rgv install)

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8. pop your bike on the center stand, and start pulling your old gs front end apart,, remove clocks, headlight handle bars and any thing else that is attached to you original forks (brakes) now, un bolt the center nut on the top yoke, unbolt the 2 bolts on the top yoke that clamp the forks,

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8. pop your bike on the center stand, and start pulling your old gs front end apart, remove clocks, headlight handle bars and any thing else that is attached to you original forks (brakes) now, un bolt the center nut on the top yoke, unbolt the 2 bolts on the top yoke that clamp the forks,

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9, get your pre-prepared front end with bottom yoke loosly attached, and with your headlight bracket, clip on handle bars(if used) in place, and slide it in the same way you slid out the old one. 10, put in new top race bearing

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9. get your pre-prepared front end with bottom yoke loosly attached, and with your headlight bracket, clip on handle bars(if used) in place, and slide it in the same way you slid out the old one.

10. put in new top race bearing

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oh yeah if you don't have any thing nice to say, then don't say it!! this is how to is to help people who want to know how to do a front end change over not a debate on how my bike looks :D

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