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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-20-2004, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

My 2nd gear is out in my 94 GSXR 1100w. I have a chance to purchase a 93 GSXR motor complete, everything working for pretty cheap. Would the 93 motor bolt right into my 94?
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-20-2004, 09:44 AM
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

Does your 94 motor have extreamly high miles? The reason i ask is because getting your second gear back is easier then swapping a motor.......
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

yep...will bolt right in in place of the old motor...

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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-20-2004, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

No the 94 motor is in good shape.
I have the fiche manuals and part #s and have thought about tearing it down and replacing the gears myslef.
or I do have a mechanic that will do it for $400 if I buy the parts.
I just thought if I can pick the 93 motor up pretty cheap I can swap it and ride and then tear down the 94 and fix it as I get time ansd money and that way I can also mod it up while not having down time on the bike.
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

Dub let me know if yuou wanna sell the "94" 1100 motor I wanna do the same and I have gears(tranny) already too.
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Does your 94 motor have extreamly high miles? The reason i ask is because getting your second gear back is easier then swapping a motor.......
I think you should rethink that last one. You have to take the motor out just to replace the gear, etc. Might as well just put one that isn't broken back in and save the time. Fix the busted on later.
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Does your 94 motor have extreamly high miles? The reason i ask is because getting your second gear back is easier then swapping a motor.......
I think you should rethink that last one. You have to take the motor out just to replace the gear, etc. Might as well just put one that isn't broken back in and save the time. Fix the busted on later.
That was my thinking too. If i fix the gear I have to pull the motor out anyway and then tear it down as well. i thought if the 93 motor would slide right in it would be a much easier task and less time consuming as I want a 2nd gear asap.
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

I didnt know the motor has to come out to get to the gear damn i hope mine never goes out...excuse my ignorance, im new I also bend intake valves so dont take my advice on timing cams
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

I don't understand why the 2nd gear always breaks on these motors anyway? Does anyone know? I know my old 600 when it had 40,000 miles on it would miss second sometimes when I clicked up from first, but it would still go in when I hit the lever a second time. Is this the same kind of problem you guys are having?
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

Maybe its cause second gear is the best for wheelies =) and gets a tad bit more abused then the rest....
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

It's always the one I miss if I'm shifting fast. I imagine it's the one that gets the most abuse too.
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Re: 93-94 GSXR 1100 motor

on gixxers second gear is the gear and therefore does get more abuse than any of the other gears. i know my 2nd got abused.
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