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AdamR20

posted on 11/6/18 at 10:36 AM Reply With Quote
WTD: 2012 CBR1000RR Install parts

Hello all,

I've picked up a 2012 CBR1000RR (SC59) engine that I intend to stick in my Westy. I'm not exactly sure which years parts cross over, and I think some bits have been the same for longer than others, but from what I can work out some items from 2008 onwards will be compatible.

I've got an AB sump already but other than that I need everything else. Tentative list is as follows:

- Full set of sensors
- Airbox with injectors
- Throttle bodies with injectors and TPS
- Stator
- Fuel pump
- Weld-in fuel pump tank adaptor
- Manifold to fit front engined RWD install (round exhaust ports)
- Wiring loom
- ECU (HRC would be ideal but would consider standard)
- Reg / rec
- Sprocket / prop adaptor and crank bolt
- Ignition coils
- Power commander
- 3.54 English diff or CWP set

I'm in no rush for all of these items, engine will be going in over winter, but would rather help clear out your garage / shed if you have anything going spare than risk eBay

Cheers,
Adam

[Edited on 11/6/18 by AdamR20]

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scootz

posted on 11/6/18 at 11:27 AM Reply With Quote
Hi Adam

I can help you out with the following parts from a 2013 SC59.

- Full set of sensors
- Airbox with injectors
- Throttle bodies with injectors and TPS
- Fuel pump
- Weld-in fuel pump tank adaptor
- Wiring loom
- ECU
- Reg / Rec
- Ignition coils

Do you have a set of clocks? If not, I also have a full HISS Lockset and matching Clock from the same bike. The clocks are fully digital and have a gear position indicator. I have a steering damper defeat module and an exhaust servo defeat module, so there are no fault codes thrown up on the display. I also have a speedo-healer.

PM me if interested.

[Edited on 11/6/18 by scootz]





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kitcardirect

posted on 11/6/18 at 04:49 PM Reply With Quote
kitcardirect do a manifold and sprocket adapter if that helps

manifold
http://www.kitcardirect.co.uk/stainless-steel-exhaust-system-including-4-2-1-manifold-silencer-tail-pipe-1510.html

and sprocket adapter
http://www.kitcardirect.co.uk/bike-engine-car-sprocket-adaptor.html

you may have to look for electric water pump and delete kit for these engines,

like this

http://www.kitcardirect.co.uk/honda-cbr1000rr-water-pump-delete-kit.html

hope this helps







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