1999 SRAD 750

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  1. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

  2. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

  3. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

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  4. This old Rz

    This old Rz Well-Known Member

    Moto-vation...
     
  5. JTRC51

    JTRC51 El Speedy Gonzalez

    Where in the states can we get race bodywork for the 96-99 SRADs?
     
  6. L8RSK8R

    L8RSK8R Well-Known Member

    Still listed on Air tech website
     
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  7. This old Rz

    This old Rz Well-Known Member

    As far as I'm aware Airtech is the ONLY game in town, in the United States.
    https://www.airtech-streamlining.com/suzuki-fairings-seats-fenders-parts/GSXR7501996-99.htm

    There's Sebimoto
    But likely imported.

    https://www.sebimoto.com/motorcycle-fairings-suzuki-gsx-r-750-96-99

    Sharkskins used to do very nice body work, But I think there out if business. Or we're bought out and disbanded.
    I tried looking for a race solo seat from them, as mine uses a full seat, but no Sharkskins info showed up that was a few years ago. And Google searchs only seem to show Airtech.
     
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  8. ungwaha

    ungwaha Well-Known Member


    Sharkskins was bought by OneMoto/CoreMoto the same peple doing the brake lines and wheels. They are all under one umbrella now.
     
  9. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

    Correct, Sharkskinz no longer has the molds for the 96-99 SRADS.

    iOneMoto also acquired FastFrank Racing

    Sebimoto was my second choice. I may go full carbon fiber since they cost about the same as a set of Sharkskinz.
     
  10. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

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  11. Shenanigans

    Shenanigans in Mr.Rogers neighborhood

    Beasley Bodywork. Just Google Beasley race Bodywork
     
  12. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

    Lol.
     
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    mte78 Well-Known Member

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  14. This old Rz

    This old Rz Well-Known Member

    So, the Lil resivoir bottle, , what & where does it hook up to, and where does the drain terminate?
     
  15. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

    It’s real simple. It uses zip ties that fit through the radiator fins; it clears the body work also.

    One tube goes to the radiator, and the other tube exits into the belly pan.
     
  16. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

    250 ml bottle. Just the right size.
     
  17. 418

    418 Expert #59

    Excellent build.
     
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  18. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

    Thank you very much.
     
  19. This old Rz

    This old Rz Well-Known Member

    Yea, it sure is!

    I need to finish my Van & Toyota, before I can continue on my SRAD.

    It's been WAY TOO long :-(

    Doesn't stop me from buying stuff though...lol
    I bought paint..and ordered some stickers . And spend time mocking up parts

    There's a guy in L.A. that offered to do R-1/R-6 wheel conversions.

    Damn it it doesn't look AWESOME w 6 spokes..totally changes the look of the bike.
    He said the wheels are quite a bit lighter than the 97 Suzuki bits?

    Outside of the killer aesthetics.. I just don't know if it's worth it and I am really not a fan of spacers on brakes.
    I know a lot of people don't have an issue with it it's just one thing that's always bothered me? And the brake conversion on my bike is way better than I am.. I'd hate to f*** with it
     
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  20. mte78

    mte78 Well-Known Member

    I’m selling the rearsets on this one if interested.
     

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