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info / advice please , tuning / building 893cc fireblade motor ..
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Re: 893 cc

Umm that kinda open ended there bud... what exact info are you looking for?
what are you trying to accomplish what are you starting with?

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I had an 893 back in 97. 1024 cc Carrillo rods, orient express racing custom wiseco pistons. Ported and flowed, Manley stainless steel valves, but stock carbs for drive ability ( and due to loss of credit$$$$). lol With that set up it was 130 rwhp. If I had gone to the 41mm kiehin flat slides I could have added another 5 to 10hp. I had to have new sleeves pressed in and head gaskets were modified. The torque curve (or lack there of the curve) was so flat and came in around 72 lb ft if I remember correctly. Even wih the stock carbs it was a stump puller. It was so sweet. The motors are definitely buildable and reliable.
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Re: 893 cc

have one fitted in my 600 hornet , needs a top end rebuild , fancied cams , gas flow etc , a bit more whoosh without it blowing it's guts all over the road .. Nico
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The 893 I'm riding now, pipe and jet kit. Otherwise stock motor. I might dive in to it over the winter.........
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The 893 I'm riding now, pipe and jet kit. Otherwise stock motor. I might dive in to it over the winter.........
Pretty sharp looking blade ya got there. I like it. The red color looks nice.

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yes , that's well tasty ..
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what parts ,if any, are interchangeable with 918cc motor ....
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a tuned blade engine in a 600 hornet frame is asking for trouble imho
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Pretty sharp looking blade ya got there. I like it. The red color looks nice.
Thanks 9. It's triumph racing red. Long story short is that is was an original red white and blue that came into our shop crashed back in 1998. I totaled it on the estimate mostly due to wasted bodywork, etc. the tank was crushed and the swing arm had a dent in it. The guy never claimed it. I proposed we keep it and turn it into a street fighter. Back then it was rare. So they let me on their dime. I left the dealership in 04, where it sat unused until 2 months ago when I found out they still had it collecting dust and never sold or registered it. I offered them $500 bucks for it. A carb clean later and 5 trips to he DMV (another story) and away I went.
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Re: 893 cc

recently taken a 918 out of the hornet , lively sucker, noticeably quicker than a 900 hornet ..
thought an 893 would be fun ..
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recently taken a 918 out of the hornet , lively sucker, noticeably quicker than a 900 hornet ..
thought an 893 would be fun ..
So your wanting to put a 893 in the hornet frame. You say had a 918 already from hornet? The 893 should be Lil more fun since has sportier gearing and run Lil stronger.
They build a bolt on turbo kit for the 918 hornet. Can't even tale its on there

The 893 should bolt right in if you already had 918 installed. Why not the 97-99 motor? Its. 919-918 also.

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Re: 893 cc

the 918 motor wasa full on fireblade from a wreck ,on the road 18 months before Honda released the 900 Hornet it now needs replacing and I have an 893 engine , I thought a gentle tune might make for an entertaining mo-bike..
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