Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

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Post  Hybridwheels on Mon 2 Nov - 1:15

Hi, I noticed u mentioned using takegawa airfilters. Are these the ones?



I live in the Netherlands, and I cant order them. Takegawa air filters are barely available here, and the ones offered aren't the right size for my bike. Where did you get yours?

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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Gss on Mon 2 Nov - 14:49

troll-r wrote:Mijn GS project staat alweer een tijdje stil!!

Maar respect wat een prachtige bike heb je geconstrueerd! de kleuren staan hem geweldig.
Veel veilig km'rs gewenst!!!

Dank U voor al het lof, be safe to ! Wink

@ Lex:

Nee dit zijn geen takegawa filters. Gewoon iets dat ik gemaakt heb om effe mee te kunnen rijden.
Ik heb wel een adres, als ik het zo mag noemen, waar ik ze via via kan bestellen.
Als je de diameter doorstuurt zal ik eens kijken. Wink

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Post  Hybridwheels on Wed 4 Nov - 1:34

Hoi, Als je het even voor mij zou willen vragen daar. Graag Very Happy ik zoek filters met een aansluiting van 35 mm.

Alvast bedankt gr, Lex
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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Gss on Wed 4 Nov - 23:59

Takegawa luchtfilter voor 35mm kost 25 euro/stuk zonder verzendingskosten.
Daytona V-flow filter voor 35mm kost 30 euro/stuk ....... ..........................

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Sweet GS

Post  drgonzo on Thu 5 Nov - 0:51

I never get tired of the classic black and gold theme. MIght do something similar with my 78 CB750.
Bike looks great man. Good job!


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Post  Gss on Thu 5 Nov - 22:45

Thx Drgonzo !

Looking forward to see your CB750 (my 2de favorite Bike Twisted Evil ) in Black and Gold.
Your right, classic colors, many done it before but ........my opinion is you can't go wrong with Black and Gold!!! Very Happy

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Had to register just to compliment you on a job well done !

Post  MakDad on Fri 20 Nov - 21:19

Really nice bike !

One question. Was the rear swingarm the original or from another bike? Thanks and hello from USA.

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Post  650zed on Fri 20 Nov - 22:29

MakDad wrote:Really nice bike !
One question. Was the rear swingarm the original or from another bike? Thanks and hello from USA.

Please introduce yourself first! So we know who we're talking to.
(under "New members, start here!")

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Post  MakDad on Fri 20 Nov - 22:39

650zed wrote:
MakDad wrote:Really nice bike !
One question. Was the rear swingarm the original or from another bike? Thanks and hello from USA.

Please introduce yourself first! So we know who we're talking to.
(under "New members, start here!")

Just did. Still curious about the swingarm... Shocked

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Post  Gss on Mon 23 Nov - 23:33

Hi,

This was the original swingarm that was on the bike when I bought it.
Thanks for the compliment! Much appreciated! Very Happy
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Have follow this bike..for a while

Post  Japanese teaser on Sat 20 Mar - 16:54

Nice bike and work.. cyclops cheers
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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Gss on Mon 28 Jun - 20:58

Did some little stuff to finish it, putted airfilters on the carbs, painted little things and more little things

result:




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Post  MIOB on Mon 28 Jun - 21:19

very, very nice!!

Will you take the bike to the caferacer meeting in Achterveld?

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Post  Gss on Tue 29 Jun - 11:41

Awww, just looked on google maps where Achterveld is and .... its far far away from home! Very Happy
Have to say, little bit to far for my own good, sorz
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Post  kinematica on Tue 29 Jun - 14:31

I like this bike.....a lot!! It is one of the bikes I printed a picture of to put in my garage for my "wall of inspiration". If my next bike isn't another Yamaha triple, It will be a GS.
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Post  Gss on Tue 29 Jun - 23:29

kinematica wrote:I like this bike.....a lot!! It is one of the bikes I printed a picture of to put in my garage for my "wall of inspiration". If my next bike isn't another Yamaha triple, It will be a GS.

wauw ... I think this is the greatest compliment I've ever received!!! Dont know what to say .... Thank you! Wink

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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Blixa on Fri 2 Jul - 12:03

The same here!!
It was actually your project and this forum that made me start with mine since I had the GS550 standing here!
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Post  Gss on Sat 3 Jul - 16:53

long live Suzuki GS ! Very Happy
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Post  Blixa on Sat 3 Jul - 19:03

What kind of paint did you use on the engine?
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Post  Gss on Sun 4 Jul - 16:19

used Motip first time .... but it dusnt hold when fuel is spilled on it. Then repainted it with some other stuff ... dont remember the excat name.

edit: paint was sestriere heat ressistant (400░)
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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Dieter on Tue 6 Jul - 15:08

VERY nice gs750, I started building one myself and yours is inspiring Shocked
I would like to ask you some questions though since I'm very interested Very Happy
-What rear shocks did you buy? I can't read the make.
-What did you do with the tube for the blowby gas recycling? (The tube on top of the motor on the camshaft)
-Where did you get that Martek ignition? Very Happy

Thanks a lot in advance for answering my questions

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Post  Gss on Tue 6 Jul - 20:40

Hey, Thx for compliment. I'll try to answer your questions as good as I can Very Happy

- I've used a breatherfilter fitted with a siliconehose. You can put it then wherever you like. Very Happy
- Rear shocks are from Hagon, A member from this forum sold them to me.
- Found the elec.ignition on the internet (sec.hands). They sell new ones on old bike barn.

http://www.oldbikebarn.com/Dyna-S-DS3-2-Electronic-Ignition-System?sc=12&category=73707

Hope I've helped you Very Happy

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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Dieter on Tue 6 Jul - 21:27

Hmm I don't really get the picture about the breatherfilter? Embarassed
If you have a picture, please show me because I have no idea how to do it Embarassed
The electronic ignition seems a bit expensive, I'll stick with the normal one Very Happy

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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Gss on Wed 7 Jul - 20:35

like this:



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Re: Suzuki Caferacer Gs750 ''77

Post  Dieter on Thu 8 Jul - 19:12

Oh I see Very Happy
Easy enough, thanks for the picture
Edit: Where did you get that seat by the way? It fits the bike extremely well Wink

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