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anyone id this engine / bike

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Tech Talk' started by mark krawczuk, Feb 12, 2019.

  1. mark krawczuk

    mark krawczuk New Member

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    i got this yamaha engine some time ago, but cant remember what bike it came from , can anyone id bike model/ size engine etc ?
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    well 22000cm3 is 1342 cubic inches :bookworm:
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    That 22000cm3 actually refers to the quantity of motor oil to put in, that is why it is right near the dipstick.
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    well whodathunk it crazy japanese stuff,
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    Agree. I guess it is helpful, to keep from dangerously overfilling, but the location is strange. Ya'd think it would be right around the fill hole, instead of offset a good bit.

    What really surprised me, though, is how varied in CCs Yamaha's XJ line of inline 4 cylinder bikes has been, from 400cc to 1300cc.
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    well its ain't 'merican...

    it'd be in qt's
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    It might be from a FJ 1200 or XS 1100.

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