Engine Head

December 8, 2012 in maintainance, Uncategorized by Martin Ramos

So i recently bought a 1987 Yamaha fz750 project bike for $500U.S. and im about done with it…. THE only problem is that when i bought it the guy said it needed a head gasket….SO i was okay. i paid for it and started to transform it from a ratrod BACK to original! It turns on but i dont want to start it for to long because of the problem. i havent got in the engine because im new to motorcycles and dont even know how to ride one!! This is my first bike and im determined to work on it. im 17 years old and i need help to take the head of and check if its warped or just needs the gasket.!

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fitting different swingarm in my fz 750

October 31, 2012 in Uncategorized by vinnie

ive just got myself a good running fz 750 with the intention of changing the front and rear end to something newer.

ive done a few custom builds but really need some help with what rearend to put in it, ive got a 1999 r1 4xv front end im fitting which should be fairly straight foward, i also have the complete r1 rearend sitting there but understand it will be a pig to fit and cant find anyone thats completed this conversion.

i would much prefer fit a tried and tested rearend, ive seen alot of people seem to fit the fzr 1000 swingarm but havnt found start to finish details. what year to use? what year has a 17″ rear wheel? as some have 18″! do the sprockets need adjustment to line the chain?

any info would be a great help or a reply from someone thats done the conversion would be great!

cheers, vinnie.

About getting more acceleration when racing…

September 29, 2012 in Uncategorized by tony kalabala

hello

i’m Tony .

i’m from egypt and i have a fz 750 with a 16 teeth front sprocket and 47 teeth rear sprocket (i know that the stock sprockets are 16 front and 44 rear but i want to have the best for racing ) so i was looking for someone tel tell me what are the best gears ratio or final drive ratio for racing with other big bikes…

 

Engine Head

December 8, 2012 in maintainance, Uncategorized by Martin Ramos

So i recently bought a 1987 Yamaha fz750 project bike for $500U.S. and im about done with it…. THE only problem is that when i bought it the guy said it needed a head gasket….SO i was okay. i paid for it and started to transform it from a ratrod BACK to original! It turns on but i dont want to start it for to long because of the problem. i havent got in the engine because im new to motorcycles and dont even know how to ride one!! This is my first bike and im determined to work on it. im 17 years old and i need help to take the head of and check if its warped or just needs the gasket.!

Profile photo of vinnie

by vinnie

fitting different swingarm in my fz 750

October 31, 2012 in Uncategorized by vinnie

ive just got myself a good running fz 750 with the intention of changing the front and rear end to something newer.

ive done a few custom builds but really need some help with what rearend to put in it, ive got a 1999 r1 4xv front end im fitting which should be fairly straight foward, i also have the complete r1 rearend sitting there but understand it will be a pig to fit and cant find anyone thats completed this conversion.

i would much prefer fit a tried and tested rearend, ive seen alot of people seem to fit the fzr 1000 swingarm but havnt found start to finish details. what year to use? what year has a 17″ rear wheel? as some have 18″! do the sprockets need adjustment to line the chain?

any info would be a great help or a reply from someone thats done the conversion would be great!

cheers, vinnie.

About getting more acceleration when racing…

September 29, 2012 in Uncategorized by tony kalabala

hello

i’m Tony .

i’m from egypt and i have a fz 750 with a 16 teeth front sprocket and 47 teeth rear sprocket (i know that the stock sprockets are 16 front and 44 rear but i want to have the best for racing ) so i was looking for someone tel tell me what are the best gears ratio or final drive ratio for racing with other big bikes…

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