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Hello! My name is Nicolas, i'm from Argentina, i've join the club because im working on a project and i need a little help to find a full cbr 250 mc19/22 engine. The idea is to swap it in my cb190. Let me now if you guys now anything.
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Nicholas, the CBR 250 is fuel injected. You will also need the engine ecu and wiring harness. Would it not be easier to rebuild the original engine or use a carbureted engine?
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Nicholas, the CBR 250 is fuel injected. You will also need the engine ecu and wiring harness. Would it not be easier to rebuild the original engine or use a carbureted engine?
Nope, his isn't.
He's talking about the old 4 cylinder bike that was build in the 80ies and 90ies.
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Hello! My name is Nicolas, i'm from Argentina, i've join the club because im working on a project and i need a little help to find a full cbr 250 mc19/22 engine. The idea is to swap it in my cb190. Let me now if you guys now anything.
I think you'll find that trying to shoehorn a four cylinder MC19/22 engine into your CB190 frame would prove to be impossible. That CB190 frame is simply not wide enough to accommodate the width of the gearbox of the four cylinder MC19/22. Not to mention the significant weight difference between those two engines.
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