Just completed the coveted ZX10R suspension conversion on my 93. I am a total retard when it comes to taking pics along the way, but I took some shots today after a final shakedown to make sure nothing is going to fall off.
There are many write-ups for this conversion and for the most part they seem to handle to bulk of the info.
For 93-95 bikes the upper top clamp hits the fairing stay and gives very little turning radius, so I made new ones that come off of the headlight bracket.
You lose the ability of having a speedo, so I removed mine, made a permanent mount for GPS in it's place and then mounted a bicycle computer to keep track of total miles.
The ZX10R shock reservoir hits the battery tray bracket, so I removed the bracket and made an overglorified "U" shaped bracket to lift the tray up and also add support.
04/05 ZX10R Rear swingarm was easy, used a 636 front wheel spacer as a "spacer" for the weird hex on the one side and made 20mm-25mm spacer shims to take up the slack between the frame and pivot axle. I also used an extra 04/05 front wheel spacer ground down slightly to use as a shim for clearance. Stock swingarm spacer on the drive side. Chain alignment is perfect.
I used the ZX7 clip-ons with 1mm shims.
Still need to figure out steering stops.
Made new brackets to hold the front brake reservoir and clutch reservoir.
I need to move the ignition switch in some so the locking pin engages deeper, it barely catches as I have it now. Also locks the steering in a straight ahead fashion and not full left like before.
I would give the entire swap a 3.5 out 5 boners for difficulty.
As for feedback the change is night and day, rides beautiful and smooth and I can easily feel the less weight I had to tote around.