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  • Offline Paul85

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    Head replacement
    on: Sep 07, 2021, 05.41 pm
    Sep 07, 2021, 05.41 pm
    Hi there..just joined group in the hope to solve a problem..I have crosstourer with damaged heads...have got hold of vfr1200f heads and they seem the same apart from cams..can I use the if I replace swap cams and cam timing sensor...cheers 😉

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    Re: Head replacement
    Reply #1 on: Sep 08, 2021, 06.34 am
    Sep 08, 2021, 06.34 am
    Have a look at the part numbers on somewhere like Partzilla and see if they match.

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    Re: Head replacement
    Reply #2 on: Sep 08, 2021, 10.01 am
    Sep 08, 2021, 10.01 am
    This will be the first post after 10 years about a cylinder head problem!
    Was it an oil problem or what happened please

    Tom

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    Re: Head replacement
    Reply #3 on: Sep 08, 2021, 05.17 pm
    Sep 08, 2021, 05.17 pm
    Thanks for replying 🙂
    It was an accident and while the bike and me were lying there..the bike was on full revs....when I re started it it was clear a couple of valves had been damaged so rather than mess around with that I go two low mileage heads cheap.
    Was told that just cams different..
    But trying to get some information..cheers

     



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