93 cbr900rr body on my vfr

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    Pretty cool looking. Is it very involved? Just the other day I was wondering if a front subframe from another Honda would fit the front of my 99. I know others have put CBR1000RR tail section on various VFRs. I like the rear sets. Totes want Sebspeed's adapters to add some to my bike.

    ETA: which radiator and oil cooler are you using?
     
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    Wasn’t to bad. Just time consuming. Had to make all the brackets. Rad and oil cooler are factory. I put a undertail exhaust on too. That was a little involved. Used the cbr929 shock conversion with a 2” lift from Jamie Daughty Motorsports. Actually finished the bike 4 years ago. Love the bike!! Had it since 04. 60,000 miles and still runs great!! [​IMG]


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    Where did you get the 900RR fairings? I want that dual headlight look, too !
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    Ha! Got them on eBay for $100 with windshield!!


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    Any chance of a photo showing the cockpit area from the view of the rider? Thanks.
     
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    Kept the original gauges. Fit fine with the cbr fairings


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    Thanks. Looks good. You did an excellent job!
     
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    Thanks!! Love riding it!! Everyone always asks me what it is and can’t believe it’s a vfr!!


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    Do I have the ultimate accessory for you?

    A Tyga RC211V tail kit with seat that would look so killer with your fairing?

    I wish someone would snap it up, it's in the Classified right now.

    Larry
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