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GSXR 600 '02 or '03

This is a discussion on GSXR 600 '02 or '03 within the Suzuki forums, part of the Manufacturers category; I am trying to figure out what year my friends GSXR 600 is. He says it is an '03 but ...


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Old 08-18-2006   #1
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Default GSXR 600 '02 or '03

I am trying to figure out what year my friends GSXR 600 is. He says it is an '03 but I am thinking it is an '02. The headlights are not stacked and the taillight is not the diamond shape the newer gixxers have. (I don't know much about Suzuki so..:( )

Is there anyway someone can post a picture of what an stock '02 and '03 look like?

The main reason for this post is I want to verify what year his bike is before he goes and orders parts that may not be for the correct year bike. He is looking for an undertail and exhaust right now.

Thanks for your help.
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Default GSXR 600 '02 or '03

01-03 are all the same.
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Oh, ok.. well if they are all the same (like I said I don't know anything about Suzuki) can you point me in the right direction of where to find undertails, and possibly a LED upgrade for the tail light?

He is also interested in getting a full exhaust system for his bike as well as a Power Commander.. I told him the Yosh would look good and sound good (in my opinion they look best on the 'zuks).

Any good sites for 'zuk aftermarket parts? I'm a Yamaha guy so I don't know.
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Undertails are a bitch, but if you're really looking to deal with it I think the HotBodies undertails look the best. I have a set of one off LEDs which I made a mounting bracket for. The bracket is pretty cheezy though. I don't have the proper cutting tools to make it look good.

Undertails:
http://www.ccpperformance.com/huggers-undertails3.htm
http://www.devilbikes.com/bodywork_p...IgNjAwLTc1MA== -- nice shit
http://www.eurobikes.com/jmvgsxr600.htm
http://www.hotbodiesracing.com/gsxr_02_ut_gp.php4 -- ABS plastic is better than the fiberglass stuff I installed
http://www.indysuperbike.com/custome...110&page=1


Hotbodies undertail install:
http://www.cycleforums.com/forums/sh...threadid=62073

I don't have pics of the LEDs. I sold my camera, but you can find LEDs from www.radiantz.com http://www.ledtronics.com/ds/aut1157m/default.asp http://www.theledlight.com/dcbulbs.html http://www.superbrightleds.com/led_prods.htm http://www.watsendesign.com/Products/products.htm
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I really want to thank you Nico for the links but I still couldn't find what i need.. hmfff.. might as well search somewhere else.
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