what a pain!

David Beard debeard at cbcast.com
Thu Jan 11 09:12:26 PST 2007

So the ZRX1200 motor is a straight swap? Don't have to worry about 
moving anything over to it? Man, this sounds like the way to go, if you 
ask me.

Dave B

Jameson, George E. wrote:
> If you do decide to piece together a motor be sure to blow or flush out
> all oil lines and the oil cooler.  You wouldn't be the first to trash
> the fresh motor with various pieces of the last one.  Another option are
> the ZRX's yes they are a 5 speed, but the fifth gear ratio is identical
> to sixth in the gpz, and first is very close.  The 1200 with zzr cams
> and anybody's air box or pods and stage 3 jet kit with a pipe, will be
> around 140 hp at the rear wheel.  That was always my backup plan.  With
> the zrx cam horsepower is about the same but with a much stouter bottm
> end. No engine work required, just a straight swap
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Soliday [mailto:johnsoliday at msn.com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 8:35 PM
> To: Jameson, George E.; 'Dave Daniels'; 'GPZ LIST'
> Subject: RE: what a pain!

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