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June 10, 2004, 03:37 PM

Has anybody gone this route? I've heard about people dropping the 998cc engine into the 9r frame with good results...anybody have any information on this..or has done it?


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June 10, 2004, 07:12 PM

It's not a whole engine.
It's a big-bore kit.
What I've read make a big diff.
If I keep mine I'm considering it.
Will make 3rd gear wheelies easier.


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They are blowing tons of head gaskets. Buy a 10r...unless you have the money and want to sacrifice reliablity.
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They are blowing tons of head gaskets. Buy a 10r...unless you have the money and want to sacrifice reliablity.
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Haven't heard that...thanks for the heads up...I'll look into it.


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June 17, 2004, 10:04 PM

I think Rick Beggs's street bike has that kit. It used to be in his race bike. I don't know why you want more power on that thing -- it is already a beast. sprocket it and you'll get your 4th gear wheelies although it will top out at around 135


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yeah, I heard that thing about teh gaskets too...ahight..thanks for the inout folks


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