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I recently laid my '01 Erion down and along with the stator cover being broken, the crankcase has a piece broken where the cover bolts to the case. My question is, if I fix this by welding, will this warp the case any, or should I just spring for a new crankcase? And if I replace the crankcase, do I need to rebuild/overhaul the entire engine?
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I recently laid my '01 Erion down and along with the stator cover being broken, the crankcase has a piece broken where the cover bolts to the case. My question is, if I fix this by welding, will this warp the case any, or should I just spring for a new crankcase? And if I replace the crankcase, do I need to rebuild/overhaul the entire engine?


It is most likely repairable by a good welder. Find one and get his opinion.
Yes, replacing the crankcases is a full rebuild.

New cases are US$2000 though.
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It is most likely repairable by a good welder. Find one and get his opinion.
Yes, replacing the crankcases is a full rebuild.

New cases are US$2000 though.
OEM Parts Honda CBR929RE (CBR900RE) 2001 CRANKCASE - Cheap Cycle Parts
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Re: HELP!!

This seems to happen a lot with these bikes.

Will the frame sliders I bought for my 954 prevent this from happening?
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This seems to happen a lot with these bikes.

Will the frame sliders I bought for my 954 prevent this from happening?

Nope.
Your best bet is probably a heavy duty racing stator cover like NCR does.

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