Question about 1996 Suzuki RF 900 RS2
Yes, you'll only need a custom upper bearing for the Hayabusa gooseneck, the lower bearing will fit as is. Just be sure to remove the ball bearing inner races of the hayabusa and use the roller bearing lower of the 900. There are a few places that sell the 30x47x15 upper roller bearing needed. Or buy a 30x47x16 bearing and have the outer race brought down by 1mm on the outside, cheaper to buy the already made one from here for about 45 dollars US. http://twfracing.com/ The issue was that the earlier bikes had a smaller upper gooseneck and a smaller outside diameter. The offset (gooseneck to fork plane) is the same as the RF900. It's also easier just to use a Hayabusa front wheel and the six pot calipers since the newer bikes have the larger hollow front axle. You won't have a gear drive for the speedo anymore though.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Only if you bike is a gsxr 1000
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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