Yep, they will bolt right on. The tail lights change shape in 1998 compared to the 1996-97 years. The seat is also slightly different in shape, the 1998 seat will not work as it is too narrow. When Honda moved the vents from the bottom of the tail-section to the top this altered the seat.
As far as everything lining up. It will with no problems at all. All the bolt holes from 1993-1999 are in the same exact place for every FireBlade model.
thank you, sir! Say, since I've got you on the horn, er...um, I can find street suspension settings for a '96 900rr, but that is for a 150lb rider. I run about 190 or so. Do you have an idea of how much I would have to vary the settings to get them to work for me?
If not, no worries. Just thought I'd give it a shot!
What would be the best way to start my motorcycle after being parked for two years? I would like to avoid any damage to the motor, so I'm just wondering if I should take any precautions/steps to minimize/avoid anything braking or getting damage. Thanks
I'm new to this forum and thought it would be nice to put some of my blade picture into one place.
I owned the blade for around 4 years, purchased it off a friend who dropped it on his first ride out (Low sided)
Please see the picture below when I bought it and after I repaired it...
Got this bike in a trade . It has 6k miles . I’m trying to get a newer bike and doubt I’ll enjoy riding it like I would a newer 1000. Should waste time cleaning it up and trying to get better value or just sell it as is and get what I really want ?
I have a 93 CBR900RR and I put an 07 CBR1000RR fairing front and rear on it. I made an adapter to fit the 07 subframe to my frame so the rear fairing bolted right up. Then I made some brackets that bolt to the 93 mounts and the 07 fairing. I put an 07 radiator and fan in with a couple small...
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