WOW, I just stumbled upon this sub-sub-sub forum, and thought it would be great to share progress of my 1995 VFR750 that i've been putting together.
To start, my main interest in doing this was to turn the portly and undersuspended but incredibly good sounding VFR into a sharper-handling more weight-competitive street and occasional track day bike, and since I can't afford to just buy an RSV4...
So, on to the details of this bike: engine-drivetrain wise for now I'm leaving the it mostly stock save for 520 gearing/chain, custom exhaust and K-N filter, jet-kit/dyno tuning.
As far as the chassis, amazingly most all of this stuff was bolt on, the only modifications were to the left (non-drive) side of the frame at the swingarm pivot, i removed about an inch where the threaded bearing adjuster goes to make it the same width as the opening on a 900rr frame (lots of 900rrs with VFR swingarms do just the opposite using the VFR bearing adjuster or a spacer to suit), the main reason for the swingarm swap was the appx 12lb difference according to the bathroom scale of both complete assemblies (swingarm/caliper/wheel)
and a few new upper clevis for the shock (very common mod for both VFR's and 900rr's) I made a couple upper clevis mounts in different lengths to be able to dial in the rear ride height and steer tube angle)
up front it is suspended with complete 954 front end with RC51 front wheel (another appx 4 lbs difference between stock vfr and RC front wheels), out back it has a complete 96 900RR swingarm/linkages/wheel with 954 shock.
For bodywork it's using 08-11 CBR1000RR cheap track plastics and front/rear subframes, both of which require minimal modification to fit, as well as substantial weight loss.
the big things i've still got left to do are to finish attaching the fairings and rear subframe, and route the rear headers thru the swingarm, get a new pair of tires and tidy up/hide all the wiring.
anyways, here's a pic of how it sits currently: