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I was wondering if any1 knows who i could contact [email protected] could modify a ds 650 frame to except a gsxr 1000 bike motor in....

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I would think that the hardest part would be fabing up the mounts and any fab shop can do that if you don't have a welder.

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for the most part i dont think it would be too hard... there are a bunch of guys out there swaping in busa 1300's in them so room shouldnt be an issue... some other thing you might think about are wiring and controls (clutch, trottle, shifter).. im sure if you search a little there will be a quite a bit of info out there...

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That sounds wicked. I hope you can find someone. I also would love to see the pix when you get it finished.

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im new to this but ive heard about someone doin a busa mod ill have to get a hold of him then i could tell ya more about it

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In this months issue of Sand Sports there is a Raptor R1 conversion.

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