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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-03-2010, 05:57 PM Thread Starter
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750cc to 800cc to 850cc ?

I was talking to Mike at RRP and he was telling me about some Weber engine upgrades. As I understood it, the stock engine can be taken from 750cc, to 800cc, or bored and stroked up to 850 cc. All, using Weber factory parts.

I have no Idea what that would cost, or the power gains. Bigger displacement usually adds more low rpm power.

Would you do it?



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Re: 750cc to 800cc to 850cc ?

Soon you will be able to buy a stock 850 turbo 160hp. Direct replacement.
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Re: 750cc to 800cc to 850cc ?

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I was talking to Mike at RRP and he was telling me about some Weber engine upgrades. As I understood it, the stock engine can be taken from 750cc, to 800cc, or bored and stroked up to 850 cc. All, using Weber factory parts.

I have no Idea what that would cost, or the power gains. Bigger displacement usually adds more low rpm power.

Would you do it?
Actually Bearfoot, the piston and sleeves that I was talking about are not OEM parts.

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Re: 750cc to 800cc to 850cc ?

800cc and 850cc and 880cc are all done by my big bore kits. I can do stroker kits as well going 950cc+. There are no Weber parts that increase displacement. As for the Weber 850 factory motor, they are not starting production untill they have a order for 3000 motors. So unless someones steps up huge, it is not in the schedule.. Mark
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Re: 750cc to 800cc to 850cc ?

Ya, link please....
wait a minute, aren't you the guy with the turbo Riot?



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