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Old 01-07-2010, 09:08 PM   #1
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my chain went threw my water pump n it busted my case i bought a new case what is the easiest way to change this out can the motor stay in the bike or does it have to come out if u have any info please let me kno thanks
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Old 01-07-2010, 09:17 PM   #2
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Dang, good luck bro I'm sure someone knows around here.....welcome to Mh
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Old 01-07-2010, 10:06 PM   #3
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man i would pull it. I dont know anything about the busa, but it would be a good time to go through it. How many miles on her?
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Old 01-07-2010, 10:32 PM   #4
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man i would pull it. I dont know anything about the busa, but it would be a good time to go through it. How many miles on her?

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You need to pull the motor... Also do you need someone who can do the job for you.. And I can get you a billet case saver so this don't happen again... Plz pm as I tend to lose topics..
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man i would pull it. I dont know anything about the busa, but it would be a good time to go through it. How many miles on her?
there are 16000 now but i have the new case n i can do the work i jus was wanting to find out if u can do it on the bike or not bc ive never taken out this particular motor
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You need to pull the motor... Also do you need someone who can do the job for you.. And I can get you a billet case saver so this don't happen again... Plz pm as I tend to lose topics..
well my dad does motorwork on cars n used to on bikes but hes never messed with a hayabusa n we didnt kno if we could replace the case with the motor in it bc on some bikes you can do that
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Been there done that, U definately have to pull engine, how much other damage, clutch pushrods usually get wacked when this happens and the seal has to come from inside case, U sure the case is trashed? and cant be saved? Not the easiest/cheapiest job, better know what U are doing or U will have problems fosho
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Ummm if you're asking this kind of question.....no offense, but you need to put the tools down & step away unless you want to cost yourself a bike.

*for the record I'm several hrs from Houston & not offering my services*


I pretty much build custom hayabusas for a living. I do other bikes too, but mainly busa's I've stretched hundreds of them & seen WAY too many chain break incidents. There is a wide variety of damage that can be done. Most of the time its to the sprocket cover & water pump. If you're really unlucky it you can do damage to the engine cases. If you damage the main body of the cases you're pretty much F'd & you're going to need a pretty serious mechanic & pay a LARGE bill. If you just damaged the small cover that runs behind the sprocket, its a different story. Most guys are going to tell you the motor has to come out. If they do, that just means they havent fixed enough of them to know what they're talking about. I'm not saying that just anybody can fix it in the frame either.... it takes some knowhow & special tools.

Find somebody that knows off the top of their head how to do this & what's required & you'll save some headache & cash.

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