GSXR 1000 Bobber

by Todd Morgan
(Decatur, AL USA)

GSXR 1000 Bobber

GSXR 1000 Bobber

GSXR 1000 Bobber
Suzuki Bobber

This GSXR 1000 Bobber is liquid cooled:

I bought a 2006 GSX1000R, that was wrecked, for $300. Built the frame and transferred everything. Except the gas tank and rear fender. Gas tank came off of a 1965 Sportster.

I cut out original gas cap and welded in cap off donor. Extremely fast bike. Had to re-map the computer to spray more fuel because of the open exhaust and air cleaners. In all, I only spent about $1,500 on this Suzuki bobber and it is one hell of a bike.

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Sep 24, 2014
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by: Anonymous

do you have more close up photos of this bike?
i've been looking to do something different with this engine and like this

May 02, 2014
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GSXR 1000 Bobber
by: Tyler Bylow

Thought this looked familiar. I'm from Decatur and haven't seen this bike in while. Wondering if you still have it.

Jul 28, 2012
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Frame built by, World Class Welding
by: Todd Morgan

Contact "David B Huntress"

Jul 15, 2012
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gsxr bobber
by: Andy cota

i have the same bike and would like to make a bobber out of it. your bike is awesome!! I would appreciate it if you would let me know who built you frame and how much it cost.

Feb 04, 2012
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by: Todd Morgan

The bike come out to be about 75-85lbs lighter than stock . The only problem is that if you really lay into it, the bike is either coming up or breaking loose, one of the two .

Feb 03, 2012
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kick ass!!!!!!
by: jay wuu

nice, very nice

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