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Does a cbr1000 exhaust fit a cbr750 87 reg

Any other models fit same bike?

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Find a good fabricator and welder and they should be able to make fit anything ! 750cc pipes too !!

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How do I work out what type a bike I have

pull a spark plug and see what models it fits to narrow the field.
Then take to bike shop with your results somebody will have a good idea and be able to tell what features came on which bike.
Another indicator is the exhaust. They are unique for most models of the same manufacturers

Aug 09, 2014 | Motorcycles

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Have a 1972 tf. 125cc need piston and rings carnt seem to find any so would a newer model tf engine fit in the 1972 frame. If so what year model tf engine would fit best thanks

The cost of the engine would probably cost you almost as much as you would have to pay for a replacement bike. You are talking about a 42 year-old motorcycle. Parts are extremely rare, even used. Plus, if you have to replace the piston and rings, you should really have the cylinder taken to a shop that does boring work to have the cylinder walls checked for elongation and uneven wear, These are measures in thousandths of an inch, so you cannot be sure checking "by Mark I eyeball", You cannot know for sure unless unless you are using a bore gauge of the proper size an a micrometer to calibrate the dial gauge of the bore gauge. I am 65, so I remember when those bikes were new. The tf models were changed quite a bit over their production runs, and unless you happen to run across a mechanic who has done engine swaps on that particular model with another model year you are going to have to experiment, and that might become expensive. You might have to try several different models before you got one that fit, You are obviously not a collector, because an older bike become instantly non-collectable after that kind of engine swap. If you are not a collector of antique motorcycles, give it a decent disposal, and spring for something newer. As I said, the engine is the most valuable part of the bike. If you absolutely need to keep that frame, you will probably have to buy the complete bike, because you will probably have to grind off some motor mounts and weld on those from the newer bike, whose frame you would have to cut apart to be able to grind the remaining frame off the new motor mounts. You are talking about many months and much money to find a suitable donor bike, and then about another month or so to first measure the exact height in the frame your old engine fit, then cannibalize two or three bikes to get the right assortment of mounts to fit another motor. Then you will need to get inventive about the exhaust system, because the exhaust port and the frame mount for the exhaust may not match. More experimenting and measuring. You will need to know quite a bit about pressure waves and sound reflection before you adapt bits and pieces together to make a new exhaust system. Sorry to run on and on, but that is what will happen if you try to play mix and match with any Japanese motorcycle. They made so many changes from year to year that the factory could not even tell you what model engine would fit, not with certainty. Even if the people who worked on that motorcycle were all between 20 and 30, they would be 62 to 72 years old by now. I would suggest you just either give it up as a lost cause, or store it properly (disassembled, parts cleaned and then coated liberally with clean grease) and hope you run across a 1972 tf 125 with a good motor and a bet frame. Stranger things have happened. But not many. I know how hard it is to let an old warhorse go, but I think you will have to. Sorry, but I am retired too, and it even happens to motorcycles.

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I have a 97 p reg fiesta. 1.25 zetec, will a 1.25 97 r reg exhaust fit it?

yes just need the copper ring to be fitted on the joining pipe end.

Oct 13, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Where can I get an after-market muffler to fit my 1992 Honda CBR1000FN motorbike?

Here is a link to a quality system that sounds great. Do not forget to rejet the bike as well. I use jet kits from dynojet.

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Will Japanese RD350 pipes fit on an Indian RD350 HT

as far as i know, yes they should fit. Just check the exhaust port for any restrictor. The only diff between indian models, and UK, would be some anti - pollution gear.

Apr 27, 2010 | 1986 Yamaha RD 350

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Can parts of any year of a kawasaki gt750 fit a

yes, technolgy has changed alot sine 1983

Jul 14, 2009 | 1992 kawasaki GT 750

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Exhaust systems

must the exhaust be specific to the model is there no way to take an exhaust made for a similar scoot and fit it to the scarabeo? What is your goal? The scooter exhausts offered by Leo Vince and Malossi aren't actual performance systems. People use them because they want to customize the scoot or get more of a growl sound while also passing emission inspections. Most people in the USA never have an emissions inspection on their scooters and are thus free to bolt on any exhaust they choose. If you are looking for performance you need an aftermarket free-flow system like those used for off-road bikes and your only limitation is how loud of an exhaust you are willing to accept. There are plenty of aftermarket exhausts for pit bikes and small dirt bikes that should bolt on to the S100-4T. Personally I would start by looking at mods people have done on the Honda XR70 since it's about the same size engine and uses the same 20mm Keihin carburetor. Of course if you bolt-on an aftemarket free-flow dirt-bike exhaust you will need to replace the existing restrictive airbox with a free-flow K&N unit and either add larger jets to the existing carburetor or switch to the high-flow 20mm PE Keihin or the 24mm Keihin. Either way, the muffler is the easy part it's getting the fuel/air mix right and that's all carburetor work. ,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2006 Aprilia Scarabeo 125

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