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Interesting!  I cant say I have seen one of these before but you are right it does look close.  you don't like the swap from the TRX400ex?  seems to work good and all oem parts.  I will have a sniff around on these nemesis to see if I can get some more info. will post what I find out.  cheers

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ok so I sent an email to sol invictus  yesterday asking for measurements of the crank shaft and con rod and availability of parts. theres not a lot of info on the net just basic specs so I figure go to the source. I have not heard back from them yet when I do il let yall know what they said.

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no reply  a week later so I have sent another email to see if I can light a fire under theyr @%#&  will wait and see if they even bother replying will let yall know if any thing happens  ha ha ha.

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Just a heads up, Sol Invictus are just a re-seller of this bike, the bike is sold around the world under different branding. You might be best tracking down the actual manufacturer. 

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you seem to know more about it than I do so please have at it.:cheers: I was only sniffing around as this post was aimed at me for some reason??:excuseme: im starting to get the feeling the two are not compatible any way. :bonk:   if I were to spend a fortune converting my xr400 to e start I would get a TRX400ex as a donor. at least at the end of all the spending big and time and effort you have the piece of mind that there are all genuine Honda parts in there.  and a thought on saving some bucks if you have a shop press is instead of buying a complete crankshaft from the trx just get the left hand half (fly wheel/ stator side)and press it onto the xr crank. granted its not for every one but a whole heap cheaper if you have the tools and know how.

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I wonder if that's a licensed copy or just a copy. Seems to be same bore/stroke etc as the xr. 

Another interesting adaption is the bike comes with a fuel injection setup. hmmm the possibilities. 

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wonder what they charge for them?? would be interesting to see if the whole engine is cheaper than robbing parts from a TRX. looks as though the intake manifold is different and the clutch actuating arm is in a different spot. so there would have to be some adaption to fit this shineray engine in the xr frame. nice find though almost a perfect copy.

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ok so I found the shineray Australia web site the site does not mention the 400cc engine so I sent them an email asking about it.   fingers crossed they reply.

as usual il let yall know what they say.

 

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From what I saw online, that 400 is used in a scrambler type street bike. The off-road bikes only go up to a 250.

Also, the bottom on that engine more closely resembles an XR250 bottom to me, which might explain the 6 speeds.

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6 speed,6 speed,6 speed,did I hear 6 speed?? That would be a godsend for xr400s. Transmission transplant? Probably wont be possible,but would make splitting cases and doing the e-start conversion more worthwhile,do both at same time. Happy Holidays Guys!

 

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Seems way down on power compared to the original makers claims.  Also may only be 5speed,, sites claim both 5 and 6, so who knows!

         Shineray also owns the SWM brand which may also use the engine....

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."""Many assume the motor is an XR400 clone, but it’s actually derived from the 400cc version of the similar, late-eighties kick-and-electric XBR500cafe retro (right), also sold in Japan as the ‘Manxified’ GB500.""""

""""Some specs
Engine: air-cooled 397cc SOHC 4 valve, EFI, electric and kick
Power: 26–29hp (sources vary) @ 7000 rpm **
Torque: 22 ft lbs (3.05 Mkg) @ 5500rpm
Weight: 151kg claimed
Alternator output: unknown
Seat height: 78cm/31″
Fuel tank: 13 litres
Wheel size: 18″/19″
Brakes: drum rear, hydraulic disc front
Suspension: twin shock with preload/35mm fork
** For comparison an XR400 has about 31hp and 26 ft lbs torque at 121kg dry. An XBR500was 43hp, 31.7 ft/lbs and 157kg dry. A 2015 Yamaha SR400 lists 23hp @ 6500, 18 ft lbs @ 3000rpm but 174kg!"""""

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