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Stock RC parts tank ecu cdi throttle bodies

Some stock RC parts. I think my photobucket is public. There are more pictures of some of the parts you're welcome to browse freely.

Gas tank painted gray. No dents. Comes with a fuel pump. No gas cap. NO RUST!!!!
375$ + shipping



SP1 lower triple tree comes as pictured. No broken steering tabs.
90$ shipped


STRAIGHT SP2 Subframe complete with undertray, lock, latch, harness, tip sensor, and attached items in picture nothing will be removed.
225$ shipped



SP2 throttle bodies out of a running rc I parted. I kept them as spares for my throttle body swap.
80$ shipped


SP2 ecu working
150$ shipped


SP2 CDI box working
200$ shipped


These items are up on ebay for an inflated price.
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Will the throttle bodies work on an SP1? If so, dibs!!
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Will the throttle bodies work on an SP1? If so, dibs!!
You will need the ECU, TH/B and wiring harness if you do this swap. Someone who has done this swap can provide you more specifics

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You will need the ECU, TH/B and wiring harness if you do this swap. Someone who has done this swap can provide you more specifics

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I'm sure others here have done it, but I know Makis has.

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I'd like to call dibs on that subframe.
I've been keeping my eyes open for one that is straight. Not sprung in any manner, nor been down.
But can I convert it to my SP1 easy enough? I don't mind minor changes, rerouting wires and such as long as no machining is involved.

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The whole SP2 package needed,in order to install the SP2 Throttle Bodies is:

1) Throttle bodies with their harness, MAP sensor and rubber boots on
2) Airbox
3) ECU

And to make them work there are two major mods you need to do

1) Relocate the plate that the throttle cables attach to, on the throttle bodies (not so hard to be done, if you know your way around a wrench)

2) Grind down the "step" that the SP1 cylinder head's inlet makes once you install the SP2 rubber boots on them in order to plug the throttle bodies on.
That is a very tricky mod.

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Thanks for chiming in about the throttle bodies guys! I actually have an SP2 airbox as well if you're interested in doing that swap dcb.

As for the subframe I was under the impression that it bolts on?
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Thanks guys! Every time i come on here i get smarter and poorer... Not sure i'm up to the task for the throttle bodies at this point, but i do appreciate everyone's input!
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Thanks guys! Every time i come on here i get smarter and poorer!
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Thumbs up

Hey, it was nice meeting you, thanks for making me a good deal on the subframe.

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