Frame And Engine Progress

By Rob Harvey
By Rob Harvey

Marketing Manager - Bridge Classic Cars

More progress has been made on our 1984 Suzuki GSX 400T. The original guard was used instead of a hugger, as the arm was too narrow for this. Before deciding on a guard, huggers from Honda, Yamaha, and Aprillia were tried but they were all designed for cast alloy swing arms meaning they were too wide to be trimmed to fit.

Rear and lower stays have been added to the ally guard and the frame is now being prepped for powder coating.

Stainless allens and flanged bolts have been fitted ready for the engine to be installed. The bolts were taper headed to help improve the finished look of the bike and the new oil filter was fitted too.

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