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post #1 of 4 Old 11-15-12, 21:02 Thread Starter
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2009-11 Motor in 2006 ?

Yes .... I've searched and read all of the threads I could find on the topic

Seems like in the threads I found, there are a few people who say that in order to do the swap, "you will need the wiring harness+ecu, the exhaust headers and airbox as well".

... I know the headers are different. Some people say that all you need to do is drop the 09-11 tune into your '06 ECU .... are any of the sensor plugs any different on the '09 motor ? Why would you need to replace the Harness ? and why would the airbox need to be replaced if the TBs are the same ?

Has anyone actually done the swap ... and if so, is the above statement true ?
(wiring harness, ecu, headers, and airbox from 09 are all required for the swap)

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post #2 of 4 Old 11-16-12, 11:59
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This guy installed an 011 engine into an 06 frame - Bike is for sale on Kijiji
Ad ID 427676557. (Kijij Ontario)
I spoke to him a while back and he seemed very knowledgeable. An ex racer. You may want to look him up - His number is in the ad.
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I've done it...

You need the engine, ecu, harness, header and cluster.

Without the cluster my 2011 wouldn't start. It would crank, but that is all. It kept throwing a code for ecu id not recognized....

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You may need the updated air box lid/iat sensor also as the new gen has a differing plug, as does the ignition.

Mine is a race bike, therefore I no longer run a key...

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