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Re: Dimension help for !k swing arms

Postby trifgeorge » Mon Dec 27, 2010 7:30 am

hey guys, i've got some info that you might want. This info is taken from various sites on the web.
here you go!


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Honda VFR ('90-'2003+), Hawk, RC30/45, NSR250 all use the same relative rear wheel offset. i.e. mix and match wheels amongst the various models and so long as the spindle face is unmolested the wheels will remain centered.

90-93 VFR (shock linkage mount is two lobes on bottom of swingarm)(shock end is a 'fork')
Length: 565
Pivot width: 242 (+3.5 thrust collar)
Pivot diameter: 20
Eccentric outside diameter: 105
Eccentric width: 70 (+3 crenelated 'edge')
Caliper carrier diameter: 75
Caliper carrier width: 14
Brake rotor diameter: 255
Brake rotor mount diameter: 110
Sprocket mount diameter: 175
Wheel drive diameter: 100

94-97 VFR (shock linkage mount is one lobe on bottom of swingarm)(shock end is an 'eye')
Length: 560
Pivot width: 227 (+3.5 thrust collar)
Pivot diameter: 20
Eccentric outside diameter: 105
Eccentric width: 70 (+3 crenelated 'edge')
Caliper carrier diameter: 75
Caliper carrier width: 14
Brake rotor diameter: 255
Brake rotor mount diameter: 110
Sprocket mount diameter: 175
Wheel drive diameter: 100

Hawk (shock is direct-mounted to top of swingarm)(shock end is an 'eye')
Length: 545
Pivot width: 235
Pivot diameter (right): 15
Pivot diameter (left): <22
Eccentric outside diameter: 105
Eccentric width: 70 (+3 crenelated 'edge')
Caliper carrier diameter: 75
Caliper carrier width: 14
Brake rotor diameter: 240
Brake rotor mount diameter: 100
Sprocket mount diameter: 165
Wheel drive diameter: 100

RC30 (shock linkage mount is two lobes on bottom of swingarm)(shock end is a 'fork')
Length: 530
Pivot width: 235
Pivot diameter: 20
Eccentric outside diameter: 105
Eccentric width: 70 (+3 crenelated 'edge')
Caliper carrier diameter: 76
Caliper carrier width: 13
Brake rotor diameter: 220
Brake rotor mount diameter: 110
Sprocket mount diameter: 140
Wheel drive diameter: 85

RC45 (shock linkage mount is two lobes on bottom of swingarm)(shock end is a 'fork')
Length: 540
Pivot width: 250
Pivot diameter: 20
Eccentric outside diameter: 117
Eccentric width: 77 (+3 crenelated 'edge')
Caliper carrier diameter: 76
Caliper carrier width: 13
Brake rotor diameter: 220
Brake rotor mount diameter: 110
Sprocket mount diameter: 140
Wheel drive diameter: 85

RVF400 (shock linkage mount is two lobes on bottom of swingarm)(shock end is a 'fork')
Length: 540 (??)
Pivot width: 215
Pivot diameter: 20
Eccentric outside diameter: 105 (??)
Eccentric width: 60 (+3 crenelated 'edge')
Caliper carrier diameter: 76 (??)
Caliper carrier width: 15
Brake rotor diameter: 220
Brake rotor mount diameter: 110
Sprocket mount diameter: 140
Wheel drive diameter: 85

NSR250 / mc28
Wheel drive diameter: 85

MV Agusta F4 (shock linkage mount is bolt on, under swingarm. linkage arrangement is similar to Ducati 916)
Length: 545
Pivot width: 255
Pivot diameter: 20
Eccentric outside diameter: 105
Eccentric width: 76
Wheel drive diamter: 85



VTR SUPERHAWK -
Swingarm Length - 486.5 mm (19.15")
Swingarm Pivot Width - 165mm (6.495")
Rear wheel opening - 249mm (9.80")

CBR 954 RR
Swingarm Length - 532.25 mm (20.95")
Swingarm Pivot Width - 180mm (7.08")
Rear wheel opening - 249mm (9.80")

VFR 800 (1998-2001)
Swingarm Length - 515.5 mm (20.30") *** This measurement is with the rear hub adjusted forward... I'm not positive it's 100% as far forward as it can go, but it's about as close as I felt comfortable moving it.
Swingarm Pivot Width - 165mm (6.495")


Other notes...
The rear axle on the VTR is 20mm dia. the CBR 954 is 25mm dia.
Both the VTR and 954 have 25mm of adjustment from wheel full forward to full back.


gsx 1400 swingarm dimensions
Width of swingarm at pivot point 23.5 cm
Length from pivot point to axle from pivot point center to Minimum axle center 56.3 cm maximum axle center 58.7 cm
Diameter of pivot point bolt/axle 2.6 cm
1992 Yamaha FZR 600 3HE with:
GSX600F fully adjustable rebound forks
GSX600F front wheel with full floating disks
Sigma BC 1009 speedometer
YZF 600 Thundercat tank
Red Rizoma like grips
R6 pilot seat
Complete custom made tail with custom made rear seat
Led front and rear signals and tail light
Custom fiberglass electrics box
R6 Voltage regulator
Custom made rearset hangers
Custom made A123 LiFePO4 battery
KOSO mirrors
GSXR600SRAD swingarm-rear wheel assemby with 180/55/17 Michelin Pilot Power 2CT rear tyre
FZR1000 hydraulic clutch
H1 HID
Hand made mirror plates

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Re: Dimension help for !k swing arms

Postby tony » Wed Jul 16, 2014 11:38 am

hi guys im back sorry havent been on i put a kawasaki front sprocket on as it was stepped this gave the chain alignment

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Re: Dimension help for !k swing arms

Postby tony » Wed Jul 16, 2014 12:03 pm

hi guys im back , i put a kawasaki front sprocket as it was stepped this gave me the alignment for the chain,i still have the bike with r1 front end ,r6 tai,r6 tank ,straight bars im struggling to put pictures up i know we like pics help reqired to upload

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Re: Dimension help for !k swing arms

Postby willandrip » Wed Jul 16, 2014 12:31 pm

I did not even know this thread existed; but as it has been resurrected by others and as all previous pics appear to be lost; here are some of a FZR1000 swinger and wheel in a 400 Genesis type frame.
The engine however is NOT 400/600.
I did not fit the swinger; that was done by PO.
I can give details regarding what has to be done in order that the s/a clears the footrest mounts required.
The tyre is 160/17 in order to help retain the sharp handling which it does admirably. A 190 was fitted at time of purchase.

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Re: Dimension help for !k swing arms

Postby tony » Mon Jul 21, 2014 8:05 am

the fzr 600 with 1k swinger
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Last edited by DonTZ125 on Wed Jul 23, 2014 9:32 am, edited 2 times in total.
Reason: Fixed pic link, removed double post

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Re: Dimension help for !k swing arms

Postby Nathan » Tue Dec 06, 2016 1:26 pm

hi there does any body here knows about a way to put a 17 inch wheel into 1987 fzr1000 frame ? (comes originally with 18/160 ) thats without swaping the swingarm!? ... maybe drilling a bigger hall in the frame so the bigger axle would fit ? of corse assuming 170 or 180 would fit in the original swinger with out rubbing ...anybody ?;-)
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