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    787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Hey all. Is the bottom end (including case) the same with a 787 RFI as a 787 carb engine?

    Thanks!

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Not exactly the same because he RFI has a case cooler. Can the RFI case be run on a carbed ski.......YES.
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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Cases can be used for a carb model but crank is different ( front snout) where flywheel mounts.

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Thanks guys. I have a chance to get a 787 bottom end from an RFI cheap and I want to build a back up for my 97 GSX.

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Old Guy View Post
    Cases can be used for a carb model but crank is different ( front snout) where flywheel mounts.
    Oohh, i forgot about that. You will need an rfi ring gear also.
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    '99 Yama GP1200 65U 61.8 GPS
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    '96 Seadoo HX 717 53.13 GPS
    light porting, massaged cases, lightened flywheel, port matched manifolds, Rossier pipe, stubby pump cone

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    OK. It almost sounding it is not worth it. What do you guys think?

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Deff worth it. Ive got a complete (minus head) rfi for sale too. All sensors, injectors, fuel pump, harness etc

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisx88 View Post
    Deff worth it. Ive got a complete (minus head) rfi for sale too. All sensors, injectors, fuel pump, harness etc
    How mush are you asking?

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Check out my for sale thread in this section

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    Re: 787 carb vs 787 RFI bottom end

    Oh Crap. I am sorry all... I put this thread in the wrong section....

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