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CA77 Motor That Needs To Be A CB77 Motor

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bill440cars Member
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CA77 Motor That Needs To Be A CB77 Motor

Post by bill440cars » Thu Apr 20, 2006 8:35 am

My problem: The CA77 motor had transplanted into a CB77 when I
got it. I need to eventually replace the CA motor with a CB or convert
the CA to a CB. Since the restoration would be quite costly, I'm not
going that route. I know the crankshaft and head along with carbs and
ignition would have to be swapped. Is there anything I'm missing? I'm
on a budget so, I've got to watch my $$. If there is someone out there
who might want to deal for tha CA motor, we can talk. It would be nice
to trade it for a CB motor. I don't have a problem with changing it over
to a CB motor though. I've got some ideas of my own and some ideas
from others that I want to try but, I don't want to disclose them right
now. I hope to end up with an appealing yet, powerful (for it's size)

Forgot to say that I'm new here, Ihope to learn from you guys and
help out whenever I can.

Later on, Bill

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