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Build it for fun. Anyone want to guess what 2 motorcycles we used.

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New the forum. About 3 years young on motorcycles. I went to school for Automotive Technologies, graduated, got hired at a cnc machine shop. That was all about 13 years ago. Job now has nothing to do with engines or that fun stuff. Anyway, here is what me and my little brother are beginning to button up. 

Anybody want to try to guess what 2 motorcycles we smashed together?




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Ok then. No takers? A 500lb +/- butt rocket.

1. Suzuki GS550E rolling Frame w/title.

2. Running CB750 DOHC off of a totaled bike with all the electrical components.

3. twisted brainstorming/fabrication

4. bring on the naysayers Hahahaha. Tell me it can't be done and I'll prove you and your thinking wrong 99% of the time. 


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Thought the front wheel looked Suzuki-like.  What's the rear wheel?  Is that from the Honda?  Kinda looks like a Comstar but it's cast.  The finned drum brake is retro cool.

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I'll have to check out the rear wheel to be sure, but I think it's off of the 91 nighthawk heart donor. The swingarm that was on the Suzuki when I got it was not from Suzuki and I wasn't about to play a game of "guess the size of the swing arm bearings". So we chopped about 1.5"-2" off both sides from the pivot point of the Honda arm. 


Pics from the for sale listing that triggered this build. 






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