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    I have no idea about the valve sizes. Biggest reason is 919 stuff is more plentiful than the 893 stuff. I've been looking for an 893 crank for months now with no luck except for ones with outrageous prices. I'm debating on going ahead with that Blackbird motor swap and selling all my 900 stuff anyways.
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    whats the power difference between the 919 and the 983?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jar1zx View Post
    whats the power difference between the 919 and the 983?
    erm..........36!

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    bugger i didnt see 'power' what a cock,i was goin for a cheap gag an it bit me in the ass!! it was to early i'd only just got up.

    the real answer could be 118bhp to128bhp.

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    you r the 1st to answear that ( i have asked that a few times) must be a taboo Q. most time me asking that is a thread killer lol


    so around ten hp thats not 2 bad, on a bike thats alot

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad dog View Post
    bugger i didnt see 'power' what a cock,i was goin for a cheap gag an it bit me in the ass!! it was to early i'd only just got up.

    the real answer could be 118bhp to128bhp.
    and for a cheap joke i will just read out loud a few of the word's in that sentence

    bugger, power, cock, gag, cheap, ass,

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    cheap but still oh so funny!

    10hp i'd say would be a max figure,and the figures were going off new bikes.
    wouldnt mind dynoing mine before i give it a little refreshing soon.

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    I was asked for spark plug pictures earlier... Here ya go...

    James

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    Those look spot on to me. Now all you need is those cams I have for sale and you'd be set
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    LOL.... I just installed the 49 state cams, so I am done with that.

    By the way, the Cali cams have R1 stamped on each of them (perhaps for Revision 1?), and the 49 state cams have R2 stamped on them (Revision 2?). That is how you tell them apart...

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    Oh okay, that makes sense. I've already mic'd them and have them seperated. Which doesn't do me much good now that all my shit is for sale. It's kinda sad to see all that stuff go...I've collected it for about 7 years now. Oh well, it's for a good cause.
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    What do you have for sale? Got a list? I need OEM plugs from the cylinder head spigots (the small bolt/washer combination).

    Do you have an Erion exhaust for sale?

    James

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    RESURRECTION & EDIT of a 12+ year old thread....

    They ARE NOT both marked R2. R1 is on the exhaust cam, R2 is on the intake cam of the 49-State version. When I pull/swap cams on this 1998 California (AC) bike, I will mic the cam lobes. At this point in my journey, the ONLY way to be sure which cams you have is to measure them, period.

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    I too, am looking for the PAIR block-off plates for the CA (AC) version head, if anyone has any kicking around.

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