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First gen frame-the same for 750, 1000s, 1000r etc?

Looking to build a project bike. Was the frame used for the first gens, the same amongst the various offerings and engine sizes?

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Up to 2009, they where all the same mate.

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Was the frame the same on the 750's? I thought they beefed up the frame for the 1000's.
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I didn't think so Andrew, maybe Dave or Carl can help us with that ?

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Thanks fellas, would be great to get confirmation. I'm assuming subframe was the same too?

I am a former road racer who promised my family I would never throw a leg over another bike. I am going to build an F4 for display purposes, always been in love with the first gen F4, though I raced Ducs mostly
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The frames are exactly the same. The headstock has a different profile and the 750 is widely sought after because it decreases the rake, but other than that there is no difference. Subframes are the same too except for the bi posto, obviously.
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Isnt the rake altered by a different bearing axis in the bearing carrier mounted in the frame stem ....

The 2007 onward frames have a lug welded to the crossways bar which facilitates mounting of the secondary air solenoid
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Isnt the rake altered by a different bearing axis in the bearing carrier mounted in the frame stem ....

The 2007 onward frames have a lug welded to the crossways bar which facilitates mounting of the secondary air solenoid
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I'm assuming you're referring to the main frame. Is it safe to assume the subframe was unchanged?
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...... Is it safe to assume the subframe was unchanged?
yes, Carl answered you in Post #6

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