1997 Suzuki Bandit 1200 Super Streetbike

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There are certain for whom the customization process to be as normal and everyday as eating Ross of Nottinghamshire, UK, falls this category. By trade, paints trains and planes, but off the he has always played on two-wheels. The nature of Suzuki’s GSF Bandit made it an obvious choice for a type of project build.

At the Bandit came with a few all of the usual bolt-on variety but it any sort of uniqueness. Simon his GSF to stand out from the rest, so he to do some cutting, trimming and tuning, albeit with a help from his friends.

Naturally, he wanted extra and, luckily, the Bandit is one of the easiest bikes of all time to a few more ponies from. Out of the the standard GSF1200 motor out a little under 100 HP, but with the expertise of Jim King of JK Racing, and a turbo, Simon’s bike upwards of 250 HP.

MTC forged pistons the compressed charge while a of six, yes six, base rest beneath the stock block aiding in a lower ratio for bigger turbo JK Racing also fabricated the exhaust headers, in addition to a plenum chamber that well with the usual hardware like wastegates and valves. Furthermore, a turbo pump fitted under the prevents over-oiling of the turbo and the of smoky start-ups.

A cutting disc and flap reshaped the rear subframe and a R1 seat unit was grafted place for enhanced style and Braced beneath the Yamaha is a Metmachex swingarm playing to the standard Suzuki wheel and setup, while a WP shock takes the edge off the lumps and A GSX-R1000 wheel, radial calipers, and fork legs by billet Metmachex triples out the front end.

The OE Suzuki discs were replaced with stainless Armstrong wave rotors and brake and clutch cylinders with black anodized reservoirs which made all turbo power more

While he paints for a living and the Bandit’s basic black Simon was more than to have the finish flame-grilled by a But that’s all set to change soon, as a of all-over stealthy blackness is for the Bandit’s next stage. In the it’ll be ridden around a pyromaniac’s wet dream toting an of flames and horsepower.

1997 Suzuki Bandit

** **Front End: Metmachex GSX-R1000 forks, fender, and radial mount brake Armstrong rotors, Michelin Race tire, Brembo cylinder, Earl’s brake Renthal handlebars, Sprint damper, custom headlight

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Rear End: Metmachex WP shock, Bandit 1200 and brake system, Dunlop tire, Earl’s brake Armstrong rotors

Motor: MTC forged pistons, Mocal oil pump, Setrab 19 row oil cooler, oil lines and breather pipe, T3 turbo, custom headers, GFB valve, Motorsports wastegate, fuel pump, MRE lock-up Dyna 2000 ignition and Taylor HT boost pressure GSX-R1100 outer clutch

Paint/Bodywork: Simon Ross and Lee at

Accessories: Custom bar-ends, R1 seat unit, Gilles digital speedo, aluminum

Owner: Simon Ross

JK Racing and Simon Ross

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