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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-13-2006, 11:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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first course of up grade???

I have a 97 GSX R 750 completly stock and in great condition. I would like to get some more performance out of it and I am looking for some advice on where to start. fuel injection did not come out for them until 98, except for the 600's and that was not until 2001 i think. anyway any advice would be helpful.

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I have a 97 GSX R 750 completly stock and in great condition. I would like to get some more performance out of it and I am looking for some advice on where to start. fuel injection did not come out for them until 98, except for the 600's and that was not until 2001 i think. anyway any advice would be helpful.

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Get a pipe and jet the carbs to match it... Pretty standard first mod...
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520 chain conversion -1 tooth front sprocket and +1 rear sprocket, steal braded brake lines, full Yosha exhaust, BMC air filter, Dyno Jet stage III jet kit. That's just for starters. Then you can start on the suspension. Or do it first.

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cool thanks, any pipe of preference for the suzook or are they all the same??
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that should keep my walet busy for a while. thanks
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cool thanks, any pipe of preference for the suzook or are they all the same??
No, they are not all the same... check performance specs to find what you want (where you want your torque, what sort of increases you are looking for, etc)... then find folks who have them and listen to what they sound like...

I don't have a Suzuki, but have heard lots of good things about Yosh exhaust... Personally I like mine loud and hear D&D is the way to go there... Again, take my Suzuki pipe suggestions with a grain of salt... Others would be better sources in this area...
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Yosh spends most their R&D with Suzuki.

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Yosh spends most their R&D with Suzuki.
Get a Yoshi. They sound great! I would upgrade the brakes first. SS lines and HH pads.



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