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Old 01-10-2017, 11:53 AM
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I have a 15 outlander 800xmr and it's time for a rebuild. I was wondering is it possible to make it to a 1000?


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Old 01-10-2017, 12:41 PM
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It is with big bore kit. Check mrrpm, the bom racing, griffin performance or get torqued
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I have a 15 outlander 800xmr and it's time for a rebuild. I was wondering is it possible to make it to a 1000?


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If by a rebuild you mean you only require the Pistons/Rings/Cylinders and a re-seal kit then there are plenty of 840/860/940/975 and everything in between kits that will utilize the stock 800 crank and rods and will make more power then the stock 1000. If your looking to start with a 1000 then your best bet is to find a good salvage 1K motor to start with.
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Yes by rebuild I mean piston job and everything things else for the cylinders . My bike has been flooded 4 times and this time I couldn't get her back to live lol. The front cylinder has 50 and the rear has almost 125 pounds/psi not sure what it goes by... for got what the gage said. so I'm guessing that's the reason it won't start no more. So now I wanna rebuild the whole things but wasn't sure what big bore to get. I would like it to be almost a 1000cc but idk if it's true about people saying if I do a big bore kit I'm gonna have over heating problems.


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Split the case and do the whole job. If it's been flooded 4 times, and it's done that, your crank bearings have a timer running..




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Well you have a point their. I should do it now since the motor is gonna be pulled out.


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A 1000 crank will fit in a gen 2 800 case... it will not fit in a gen1
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A 1000 crank will fit in a gen 2 800 case... it will not fit in a gen1


So would you know what would I need to make it to a original 1000 if the crank already fits on my model?


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crank, rods, jugs, pistons, pins, and rings I think I have all that here for you
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Quote: Originally Posted by GriffinPerformance View Post
crank, rods, jugs, pistons, pins, and rings I think I have all that here for you
Heh in that case no reason to stop at 1000... put in the biggest he's got
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