Pretty in Pink, dunno why
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Redondo Beach
That's a huge task. To Dave's point, almost anything can be swapped, but there are lot's of 'except fors'.
Seats are interchangeable, except for the Gen 2 seat has a clip that fits into the tank.
Tanks are interchangeable, except for the Gen 2 has brackets for the fairing Tupperware and that clip for the seat.
Wheels are interchangeable, except for the brake rotors.
Engines are interchangeable, except for you have to keep whatever stator you originally had.
And so on...
Heads and cylinders are fully interchangeable, BTW, except for nobody would put a pre'96 cylinder on a later bike unless they had to. Most pre-'96 stuff would not be preferable on a later bike, except for the clutch in a kick-start installation. The pre'96 balancers should be changed out for later ones.
There's really very little that can't be interchanged with some imagination and work. My bike2009 has a ton of Gen 1 stuff on it.
As to 650>250, I got nothin'.
Tom [email protected]
On the way downtown I stopped at a bar and had a couple of double Scotches. They didn't do me any good. All they did was make me think of Silver-Wig, and I never saw her again.
'How' are words so important they cannot be too often used.
Sting like a butterfly.
Noli Timere Messorem
Last edited by Tom Schmitz; 10-06-2017 at 02:30 PM.