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95 carbs / ECU compatable with 98 engine??

So I've damaged my 95 engine and most engines that are for sale don't come with carbs starter motor clutch or electrics.

My 893cc engine was in a kit car.

So my question is for a replacement engine would a 98 or 99 be ok? Can I fit my 95 carbs and will it connect up and run ok my 95 ecu? Will my 95 starter motor fit? And because it's in a car I'll b buying a new clutch so no bother there.

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Re: 95 carbs / ECU compatable with 98 engine??

Yeah, the 98-99 motors should work with the 95 carbs and electrics. It may take some jetting to get it spot on as there were subtle changes over the years like larger float valve openings, main jet differences, and the TPS. Not sure if the 95 had that.

As far as the starter motor, they're all same from the 91 600F2 to the 2002 CB900F. Definite fit.

My 99 900RR Track Build Link:Track Build 900RRX

My Red Rocker 93 Build Link: Café 900RRP
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Re: 95 carbs / ECU compatable with 98 engine??

I tried the same with a CBR 600F4. Fitted a newer motor and electrics. The bike never went over 80 km/h. I tried everything, from power commanders to carb conversions, nothing worked. I even bought a new ECU, and even that didn't work. Only advice I have is try it and see what happens.

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Re: 95 carbs / ECU compatable with 98 engine??

No problem with electric etc, I just done swap sc33 engine into 95 frame and loom with all 95 components. But if you want to put sc28 carbs in to sc33 you will have to change carbs rubbers from carb in to the head ( they are to small )
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