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Old School boosted Suzuki GSX1100

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by DJQ, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. DJQ

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    A little ugly, but nice custome work none the less
     
  2. Rizzle

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    'd pimp it
     
  3. slouse

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    numbers?
     
  4. Shafft

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    looks stupid with that long swingarm
     
  5. DJQ

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    unfortuneatly there are none on the site that came from. I dont even know how much boost its pushing or what those old Gixxers put out for power.
     
  6. Shafft

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    is it not just a gsx1100? there is no R
     
  7. DJQ

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    Yea your right.. I call them all Gixxers
     
  8. Cheddar

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    The long swingarm is necessary for drag racing. Sucks for handling.
     
  9. konastuffer

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    dose it have nos too
     

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