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Old 09-27-2008, 03:25 PM   #1
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Tools needed for an engine swap

What are the Tools needed to do a Honda CBR engine swap?
I have the basics, but what are the specialty ones and can I borrow them or where can i buy them
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what year? f4i or rr?
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Old 09-27-2008, 03:48 PM   #4
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what area are you in? I have plenty if you're near where I work but I do need them for the job. Lemme know
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#1 Tool Needed: SERVICE MANUAL - All the other tools you need are listed in the service manual.
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Old 09-28-2008, 12:28 AM   #6
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#1 Tool Needed: SERVICE MANUAL - All the other tools you need are listed in the service manual.
I saw popo's bike pic .. Nice job on the redo.

Yea I need to do a simple swap and re connect the Wires and Chain.

its an 03 RR, and im putting in an 06 rr engine with only 5k on it.
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what year? f4i or rr?
RR.
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The most important tool is BUD LIGHT

and Shiner, dont Forget Shiner!! Althought the New Budlight lime aint too bad!
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I saw popo's bike pic .. Nice job on the redo.
Thanks - I do think it would help you a lot to have a service manual to make the swap - beg borrow or steal, and if all else fails - buy one and sell it when you are done.
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http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

you're welcome.

these originally came from MaxG's... I cant take credit. I just saved the post

hopefully that helps. some service manuals in there
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Ive got a 03 rr service manual from honda for loan...if needed.
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dont fruit the beer. man rule
Only exception is a lime in Carona, they were made for each other.
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