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Need usd forks - June 13, 2011, 10:54 AM

Hey guys I need a set of usd front end for my vf500 interceptor for a reasonable price. Thanks guys
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June 13, 2011, 04:43 PM

That looks like a gixxer?


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June 13, 2011, 04:50 PM

it clearly says HONDA over the clutch cover

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June 14, 2011, 12:25 PM

It is not a gixxer it is an 85 vf500f interceptor with 07 gsxr 750 plastics. This is what it looked like before the the body work
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June 14, 2011, 02:37 PM

wow, thats a great job mr. how long did it take to do all that?


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wow, thats a great job mr. how long did it take to do all that?
Well the project took me a total of 3 years but the body work took about a week give or take. It was my first time working with fiberglass and the experience was worth it. The hardest part was the seat and the tail section.
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June 14, 2011, 03:04 PM

Are you planning on using to the stock tripples?

Im sure there are some write-ups on the web for front in swaps on the VFRs. You will probably be better off buying a forks, wheels brake disks and calipers, if you can find any that will fit in your tripples.

Otherwise you are going to have to look in to what will fit in the neck of your frame and buy a front end with tripples and have the tripples pressed in to the frame.


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June 14, 2011, 03:07 PM

Looks like the forks are 37MM

Fork Diameter Listing. - Honda CX500 & GL500 Forum

In which case you are going to need to replace the tripples to put any decent forks on that bike.


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Front end swap discussions:

VF500 Interceptor Front End Swap - VFR Discussion


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June 14, 2011, 08:35 PM

I am planning on change out the whole this that is why I need a set of usd forks trips, wheel, calipers, and rotors that is why I said I need a front end. And no don't want to replace my existing forks for other ones that have the suspension as the ones I have. I'm looking for a Cbr front end with inverted forks
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Well the project took me a total of 3 years but the body work took about a week give or take. It was my first time working with fiberglass and the experience was worth it. The hardest part was the seat and the tail section.
That's good work man.very clean. The only thing I like about gixers is the headlight tho. But props anyway.


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