Re: Single sided swingarm on M900 revisited
Basically your options are this, buy a s2r swingarm, buy a SBK swingarm, buy one from motowheels, or buy one from Norm.
The s2r swingarms are really expensive and hard to come by, not really an option.
You don't really seem interested in machining/welding anything, so SBK swingarm is not an option either.
It seems to me that you either buy from Norm or motowheels, or consider machining/welding.
an s2r swingarm will bolt to your motor. You would have to have the upper mount built. The s2r should bolt right to the engine cases right?.You also can NOT find these on e bay. You mention you want originality, and exclusivity, then again, you may want to seriously consider Norm. His swingarm is beautiful! Norm just helped me do a SSS on my M750 without machining the cases, so there is a way, but I'll leave it to him to explain his design. It was actually his son's idea. We had to fabricate an upper mount as well, as well as cut off the old upper shock mount. Again though, I recommend that you consult norm about doing one custom for you. He can accomodate everything you have under most circumstances and make the swingarm work for you. He can do all this work for a little more money than you paid for that carbon fiber tank. Also keep in mind that you will have to get at least a new rear wheel.
2001 M750 Dark, gone yellow, Norm-modded Sils, SSS, Dyna Coils, FCR's, K&N Pods, No emissions, SBK forks and clip ons, Ohlins Rear, Sargent Seat, Dyno'd 60rwhp Asheville, NC<br />2002 998-Full Ohlins, Arrow Full system, PCIII, Removed air runner restrictors Dyno'd 111rwhp Asheville, NC<br />1991 Suzuki GS 500- WRX Carbon Fiber Muffler... 17.99 on e bay