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looking for a lightened, polished crankshaft...prefer with carillo rods and je 11.1 piston set!LOL..may he hard to find used but I aslo didn't think I'd find a thorsten durbahn light alt/stator assembly, billet stage 2 cams/ti parts and ported heads all in a 2 week time frame either!

This forum/guys have come through for me BIGTIME....now I just need that final big piece.....
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I have a donor crank you could send out if you need one. just sayin....
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ok...I have seen them 50-150 on ebay...I could use the 1 outa the spare engine I bought too....what are you asking for it? condition?

Would still like to find a built one if possible, but I know it wiil be tough..

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Its in good condition, no problems.
Price of shipping and its yours. One less thing to get rid off that I probably will not need.

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ok...I have seen them 50-150 on ebay...I could use the 1 outa the spare engine I bought too....what are you asking for it? condition?

Would still like to find a built one if possible, but I know it wiil be tough..

Tks!
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Wow!

I'LL TAKE IT! LMK what shipping costs..I'll send it to the shop and PP you the $...

THANKS!
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I know of a set of used HRC Pistons, Rods & Crank here in Japan, if wanted but aside from being from a race bike & in usable condition (Spares) I don't know specs. etc. PM me if you are interested.

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anyone know how the hrc ecu differs from the stock unit? can the pc3 alleviate these differences? any available?

gathering parts in an ongoing effort to build my spare engine....

I was reading on speedz that the CA bikes had a different cdi unit that curbs power..i have a CA bike with all the emissions stuff off but I have never hgeard of the cdi difference....
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I haven't heard of special California only ECU for the RC51.
It isn't mentioned in the service manual. They should all be the same for N. America.
The CA bikes had the fuel vapor recovery system, and that's about the main difference.

In Japan and France, they had power reduced RC51 (and other models), but those don't apply in the US.
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any idea where I can get specs on HRC crank pistons and rods? I searched today and found nothing.....

I don't mind using the rods/crank but a little wary of pistons...just wondering of their specs most specifically.....

tks stig!
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Crankshaft is on its way....
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