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Author: Subject: GSXR throttle bodies and a set of ram pipes
garyo

posted on 16/1/17 at 09:58 PM Reply With Quote
GSXR throttle bodies and a set of ram pipes

These were intended for a project five years ago. I'm pretty sure they're GSXR 750's but maybe someone can confirm for me?

The throttle bodies are 48mm diameter on the inlet side, 41.5mm on the exit.

The bodies have already been re-spaced for a Zetec, and secondary butterflies removed. Secondary shafts included but the butterfly plates are long gone. The primary shafts/plates are all good and silky smooth.

Currently unfinished, they'd need the fuel rail extended (unless your intention was to fit blanking plugs to the injector holes and different injectors to your manifold etc) You'd also need a manifold and rubber connection pipes. The trumpets are 45mm inside diameter, and are a nice fit in the top end of the bodies. You'd have to make a clamp/bracket to hold them on. There's also a cable/remote-adjuster included.

Included are four ram pipes, with light surface rust on the inside - I guess they're chrome plated steel.

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55 posted by Collect+, or you're welcome to collect/inspect RG10 or RG9.

Gary

[Edited on 16/1/17 by garyo]

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cliftyhanger

posted on 17/1/17 at 07:19 AM Reply With Quote
I'll have them....pm incoming
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garyo

posted on 17/1/17 at 09:12 AM Reply With Quote
Provisionally sold!
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