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jar944
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January 9, 2013, 10:04 AM

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Originally Posted by HenryW View Post
Assuming a stock motor that is already running and in good shape, where would one start as far as upgrades? Vehicle weighs about 1200lbs wet, so it doesn't need tons of power, but more is always better depending on cost/reliability.
what year motor?

best bang for the buck, bore cases for 94mm pistons and cylinders (1915cc) engle 110 cam, CB044 heads. Single webber 44idf carb. It will move a buggy well.

There is not much easy bolt on power to be had, most requires some machine work.


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