As long as you’re using just the cases everything will swap over. The only major difference is the crankcase breather is slightly different between the two. That’s not an issue though.I have just damaged a gen 2 crankcase and have been offered a gen 1 crankcase. Can a gen 1 crankcase be fitted to a gen 2 engine and are there any issues that arise from this change?
another little hintThank you for your advice. It makes my repair much more affordable.
yes - in principle you are 100% right!It’s a terrible idea to mix cases, even of the sam generation. They’re machined together, and need to stay together as a pair.
Berlin, Germany. I am surprised that you have been able to make the different upper and lower halves work. So maybe, you were just lucky that the differences in alignment of the top and bottom halves were minimal.yes - in principle you are 100% right!
(what i wrote - no guarantee)
but sometimes it just works (contrary to all experiences and statements)
we tried and fortunately had no error ;-)
I also wondered how that could work with different case halves... being that the cases are align bored bolted together at the factory and the chances of 2 different case halves matching are slim to nil.Berlin, Germany. I am surprised that you have been able to make the different upper and lower halves work. So maybe, you were just lucky that the differences in alignment of the top and bottom halves were minimal.
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