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Project Project Corona, CBR250r MC19 crankcase set wanted

Discussion in 'Your 250cc Projects' started by Gen, Apr 6, 2020.

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    This idea has taken up residence in my head for a while now, so with the extra time on my hands, here we go,,,,
    I need another set of MC19 CBR250R crankcases to cut up, they can be damaged, in need of a rebore, thrown a leg out of bed etc,,but CHEAP !
    Once the gearbox has been removed & I get 2 sets to line up,,I can destroy 2 engines to combine to begin to make a shared crank 500 V8
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    Unfortunately , it's 1.5 litres too big,,:dance2:, plus a few squillion bucks too expensive for me:lolsign:
     
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    No Frank,,it sits, waiting,,,,,,
     
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    That's my life story Kiffsta, but that what you get, living in Sticksville
     
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    Interesting project. Why start with 250s. A larger motor would be far more apealing for many applications. Not just bikes.
     
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    'Cos I think I can ?:prankster:
     
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    Good for you. Something I have thought about before, but have never gotten around to it. I was going to start with some old gsxr bits.
     
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    Engine #5, on the way, I can't wait to hack it up :aggressive:
     
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