hey Danno how about the linkages and the axle will the 99 parts except the shock work ??? thanksdanno said:you will need the rear shock because the resivor on your shock won't fit.
I have an 02 shock and swingarm if anyone is interested let me know.
you can feel a big difference with the braced swingarm as you start to slide your ass off of the seat you can really tighten up your corners.
thanks Danno some of the race guys were saying just to cut the brace off and re weld it on the 99 swingarm . What do you guys think of that ??????danno said:I did my swap on a 2k and every thing else swapped over. If anything I would think you may have issues with the rear axle or spacer size because of rim with been changed from 99 to 2k. I'll do my research for you if I get a chance today and l will get back at you.
Carey Ohl said:thanks Danno some of the race guys were saying just to cut the brace off and re weld it on the 99 swingarm . What do you guys think of that ??????
I wouldn't recommend it unless you have experience with welding aluminum and have some sort of fixture to keep it from warping from the heat. The hot set up for, I beleive the 92 Honda CR250, was to stitch weld an 1/8 aluminum plate onthe inside of the swingarm to stiffen it up. This worked, but it made getting the wheel on/off a real pain because of some distortion.[/quote
our shop have some sort of a jig made up or we'll just make a swingarm jig 8) after all isn't this what the fun's all about thanks
Thanks, i found out this same info, I have a GP Suspension aftermarket shock and the reservoir is fitted west to east across shock body so I am golden! Thanks, I joined the 9R.net forum as it seems more active and is dedicated to the 9R aloneA zx-9r F swingarm will swap straight into your 2000 E1, as for the rear shock it should fit, but I can't say for certain.