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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-28-2019, 07:39 AM Thread Starter
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S2R1000 Swingarm

Complete swing arm off a 2008 S2R1000 with 6500 miles on it. Includes rear axle, rear rotor, final drive, both axle nuts with spacers, and shock mounting bolt. I also have the original rear Sachs shock I will throw in if anyone wants it. The rear chain guard has some melted plastic from exhaust heat otherwise perfect condition. asking $600. All offers entertained.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-17-2019, 10:08 AM
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Will this fit 2001 750M?
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Iím not sure. it might but I would that research before you make a decision. i know it fits the S4.
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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-19-2019, 03:40 PM
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Will this fit 2001 750M?
Yeah but you have a lot to swapout. You will need an S2R rear rotor, rear caliper, shock and ride height rod.

S2R800, 996sps (sold), 1098R. RIP Kentucky kid
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you also need the S2R rear swingarm pivot axle that goes through the engine of the bike. Not sure if they are interchangeable of the one on a M750.

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Complete swing arm off a 2008 S2R1000 with 6500 miles on it. Includes rear axle, rear rotor, final drive, both axle nuts with spacers, and shock mounting bolt. I also have the original rear Sachs shock I will throw in if anyone wants it. The rear chain guard has some melted plastic from exhaust heat otherwise perfect condition. asking $600. All offers entertained.

Didn't you just sell your bike on ebay?

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I had another swing arm powder coated to match the frame and then swapped out. The one for sale is the original.

The swing arm includes the rotor and I have the shock and ride height adjuster if you need. The only thing you would need is a rear caliper and a rear wheel. I have a set of OEM wheels from an S4RS also if you are interested.
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I do not have the pivot axle and I also do not know if the one from your 750 will fit but I have seen them on eBay and other parts resellers.
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