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  • 2012 Fz8N project

    Hey Guys

    I bought froggers bike as a project...got too much time on my hands and need to get them dirty

    chasing some parts and hopefully some advice along the way

    I will be returning it to completely stock to get over the pits and then who knows.

    So, does anyone

    a/ Have one of these bikes
    b/ Know anywhere that might be likely to have a wreck for me to pick parts
    c/ have any other advice other than to not bother


    Cheers Chaps!

  • #2
    Hey, I've got a full FZ1 stock exhaust and exup valve thingo if you need to for the pits. I assume the parts are interchangeable between the FZ1 and the FZ8??

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    • #3
      Hey! Im not sure - I'll do some research, Cheers for the offer

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      • #4
        slight differences in the fz1 and fz8 but could possibly make it work. fz8 doesnt use an exup valve and has a cat which i cut off. hope u can give her a new life after i stupidly modified her lol.

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        • #5
          hey so Im at the stage of bolting on the bits I've purchased and I'm at the exhaust, I bought a stock muffler locally but after grinding off the welded after market jobbie I can see it will never fit in a blue moon.

          Looks like I'm up for a complete after market system - now the question is, how will I go when I take it over the pits?

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          • #6
            Hey, I think we went over this but I've got a full FZ1 stock system. Will it fit?

            Even if ya just wanna use it for the pits

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            • #7
              hey yeah we did but its different afaik and would need to be modified which I don't have the tools to do - cheers anyway!

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              • #8
                How do people....I'm currently looking for a set of handlebars to suit the above-mentioned. Also a front master cylinder assembly...any help would be very much appreciated

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dwillia View Post
                  How do people....I'm currently looking for a set of handlebars to suit the above-mentioned. Also a front master cylinder assembly...any help would be very much appreciated
                  7/8 or fatbar?

                  Sent from my SM-G920I using Tapatalk
                  Rest in Peace
                  Brother Ryad

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                  • #10
                    stock? 7/8?

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                    • #11
                      probably the last question I will ask here will aftermarket levers be an issue? everything else I've returned to stock

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