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Sisneros Speed Works now offering complete ready to run motors!

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Im making my personal DRZ motor collection and performance part collection available for purchase.

ive got any thing from stock E, S/M and kicker motors to full on built versions of the same. most have been run on the dyno only or have less than hour of run time on them.

email me with any interest. i can also build to order pretty much any combo you could ever want.

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On complete motors, is a core exchange type of thing possible? For instance, if I buy a complete motor ready to bolt in would I be able to get a credit back if I send you my motor?

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yes,no problem if the motor is runnning undamaged motor. if the motor has had any failure i will need to inspect it first before deciding on if its worth any trade.

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yes,no problem if the motor is runnning undamaged motor. if the motor has had any failure i will need to inspect it first before deciding on if its worth any trade.

Very cool, thanks.

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I may be hitting you up in February. Either for a build on my motor or one of yours.

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lets call it a "stack" of motors.

stock kicker is no problem. i also have a 3.5 mm (custom) stroke w/4mm bore kicker motor that you could do a choice of head set ups. stock head all the way to full SSW head.

basically i can mix and match parts to build almost any configuration. 4mm bore,stock stroke. 3.5mm stroke,stock bore. stock bore,stock stroke,etc etc.

for E/S/SM stock stroke and 4mm stroke available as well.

i also have a nice used MRD/SSW pipe.

nice used hotcams.

this is all stuff ive purchased for testing and development for SSW.

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so for some reason i can't make e-mail work as it says i don't some type of account set up , can i pm you for a price on a E model of some build type ( stock or maybe?)thanks Ed

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Bringing new meaning to " Plug and Play" !!

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Excellent offer!

Too bad freight is so much!

Going to send you my head early in 2011 Eddie for some work if you like?

Sent you a Gmail

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Im making my personal DRZ motor collection and performance part collection available for purchase.

ive got any thing from stock E, S/M and kicker motors to full on built versions of the same. most have been run on the dyno only or have less than hour of run time on them.

email me with any interest. i can also build to order pretty much any combo you could ever want.

Sounds like a great idea. Will this make the bike a canditate for a salvage title, as here in OH, If you stuff a motor bought from a salvage yard and install it into your frame with the original engine/frame not matching you have to change the title to a salvage title. Im not sure of this. Please advise.

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Sounds like a great idea. Will this make the bike a canditate for a salvage title, as here in OH, If you stuff a motor bought from a salvage yard and install it into your frame with the original engine/frame not matching you have to change the title to a salvage title. Im not sure of this. Please advise.

I dont think motorcycle frames and their original engines share the same vin numbers like cars do.

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