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Hello all,

I am building a single seat reverse trike. It was going to be electric, until I heard a 675 go by yesterday at full chat. It made my hair stand on end...
It got me thinking that just maybe I could shoehorn a 675 motor into it. Upon further investigation, I could not help but notice how compact it is. Maybe, just maybe it will fit.
I located a 2020 675 motor with low miles on it. It is not close, so I was wondering if a member here has a motor out or a spare that they could take a couple of measurements for me.
I need the distance from the sprocket center to the front edge of the cylinder head.
I also need the width across the clutch and stator covers (overall width)
Lastly, I need the width across the cylinders. (distance across the valve cover )
Thanks so much in advance.
 

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I can't help with the measurements but I can tell you there is no such thing as a 2020 675. They stopped producing the base model 675 in 2016, except for the 675R which they produced until 2017.
 

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I can't help with the measurements but I can tell you there is no such thing as a 2020 675. They stopped producing the base model 675 in 2016, except for the 675R which they produced until 2017.
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Thanks. I meant a 765, but I did acquire a Daytona engine for a measly 200 bucks. I plan to do a good rebuild on it, so I will be looking for parts as soon as I determine what year it is. Engine number is 6309003.
 
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