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post #1 of 115 Old 10-17-2011, 11:31 PM Thread Starter
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2004 cbr1000rr motor build

Just tore down my bike and I will be slowly building it over the winter. Plan on doing +2mm JE pistons, Carillo rods, valve springs from cyclelogic, WEB camshafts and cam sprockets, Port and polished head, and if i have the money a new Crank. All i know of right now, Still learning also so if anyone has a opinion or info please post looking into all kinds of help. One thing i want to know is reputable and amazing shops that do boring, port and polish, motor builds ect.... Ill be updating this thread all throughout the build so it might slowly vanish then pop up with new pics. Wish me luck!

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as you can see in the 3rd pic i broke the lower adjusting bolt... :/ literally snapped like a twig but i had a special tool to get it out anyways... so i need to call honda or brad and see if i can get a new one...
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looks like what I did on my buddies 05 to 07 engine swap. As far as advice on building the motor you need to; search, read, and talk to Diel11. He's the 04-07 motor building guru.

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post #4 of 115 Old 10-17-2011, 11:58 PM
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good luck !
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post #5 of 115 Old 10-18-2011, 05:28 AM
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good luck with the build. Wish I could do it too but lack of garage doesn't help
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Good luck. This gets a lot of resistance from people when I say it, but get someone who knows how to work a head port and polish it, don't try to do it yourself. You have to make sure the airflow is not disturbed and there are no turbulant areas once the port and polish process is over, and this usually comes with a lot of experience/knowledge.

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Good luck. This gets a lot of resistance from people when I say it, but get someone who knows how to work a head port and polish it, don't try to do it yourself. You have to make sure the airflow is not disturbed and there are no turbulant areas once the port and polish process is over, and this usually comes with a lot of experience/knowledge.
I agree 100%.
Also you want to make sure all the ports flow the same amount of air. Sound good. Why are you pulling the motor? Did it blow? How many miles? I want to do my motor in my 05, but I'm a full time student now. Keep us up to date.
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I agree 100%.
Also you want to make sure all the ports flow the same amount of air. Sound good. Why are you pulling the motor? Did it blow? How many miles? I want to do my motor in my 05, but I'm a full time student now. Keep us up to date.
I'm just bored of it and it will be a nice project for over the winter. Especially the long Chicago winters... It didn't blow and it has almost 11k miles. I also am not using a garage the motor is sitting in my basement haha and I have a shed in the backyard for lawnmower, compressor, power washer, jack, and other junk so I made room for my bike and that's where I would usually park it over night just incase of rain.
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Good luck. This gets a lot of resistance from people when I say it, but get someone who knows how to work a head port and polish it, don't try to do it yourself. You have to make sure the airflow is not disturbed and there are no turbulant areas once the port and polish process is over, and this usually comes with a lot of experience/knowledge.
I also agree I don't plan on porting and polishing it myself. Things like that were everything has to be perfect I don't want to mess with. I want to be able to start it up and know it shouldn't blow up because I tried to do things I know I cant haha
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Just took the camshafts off and sent to web for the regrind and its expensive as hell :/
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