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post #1 of 10 Old 09-16-19, 21:09 Thread Starter
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Are there differences between the 675 cylinger from 07 to 2012 . I am about to buy a used one from ebay
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Also pistons. I am going to need everything. This is going to be thousands of dollars. If anyone wants a 12 675 r with a blown motor let me know.
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Way cheaper to find a complete used motor and swap it in. Should be around $1000.
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Where are you located?

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Texas, Deep South, Port Isabel
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That's a shame. You should move to Buffalo and bring the bike with you, I'll buy it.

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Update I swapped the engine with a used 11 675 I bought on ebay for 1000$ and It is running as of now
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Update I swapped the engine with a used 11 675 I bought on ebay for 1000$ and It is running as of now
That was fast, nice job!
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Update I swapped the engine with a used 11 675 I bought on ebay for 1000$ and It is running as of now
Wow, that was like instant. Did you run into any major issues? How difficult was this job. I have swapped car engines but never on a bike yet it seems much easier.

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Not really. The frame sleeves took some time for me to figure out. I payed an 18y/o kid 100$ for 8 hours of work and did most of it in one day.
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