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post #1 of 15 Old 03-20-2012, 05:51 PM Thread Starter
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Hi all I am creating this thread for any one who has or has had a Yammah yzf 750r or sp.

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post #2 of 15 Old 03-20-2012, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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The picture on top is my yzf 750r I have many plans for this bike many upgrades and new look I will be posting up what I have done and updating pictures of any changes if you have any questions just ask

So here is the back story

It is a Yamaha 1994 YZF 750r
I traded it for my old 1985 Hilux with a blown engine score my way
So far I have got a rw done and place rego on it

Befor I start any of the major modifications to the bike I will be getting the carby kitted placing new spark plugs in and a major service also need to get the back seat key fixed

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Nice looking bike. Looks like it's in good shape!

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Nice looking bike. Looks like it's in good shape!
Thanx

Yer body wise it's pretty Micky condition

I'm looking at possibly spraying it a perl white and having all the accessories black or carbon I have already got carbon rear vision mirrors with blinkers attached to then I will post pictures when I get the chance

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meh.... i'd take the hilux personally! fuel injected AND solid axle front end? YES PLEASE!!! but then again, we dont get the "hilux" here in the states which sucks, much less a diesel version.....

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meh.... i'd take the hilux personally! fuel injected AND solid axle front end? YES PLEASE!!! but then again, we dont get the "hilux" here in the states which sucks, much less a diesel version.....
That may be true it has been converted to a turbo diesel but the engine had blown and the turbo shit itself also diff needed diff seals and all 4 leaf springs needed replacing only had a good shell and still had 10 months reg

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i'd still take the hilux!!! but only because we dont get em here : (

sounds like you made a good trade.

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i'd still take the hilux!!! but only because we dont get em here : (

sounds like you made a good trade.
Yet I do her you beautiful machines those Hilux but considering the age and condition no questions asked

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First little upgrade is these carbon rear view mirrors with blinkers on the I will be taking off the front stock blinkers

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Great looking bike! IMO, I'd keep her looking stock!! Good luck with the project.

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Great looking bike! IMO, I'd keep her looking stock!! Good luck with the project.
Thanxs

I did consider keeping her stock but at the end of the day I'm not throwing out any of the parts just want something unique

Now is it was the 750sp version I would have kept it stock as it is extremely rear

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post #12 of 15 Old 03-23-2012, 04:32 AM Thread Starter
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Just got my new indicators for the rear



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Nice ride.... we seem to be on the low end of the totem pole! Info on these seems to be no existent, where are you getting any info?

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Wow. I like it just like it is. Today's factory color schemes suck compared to that older stuff.

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