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Old 14 May 2007
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600e engine in Tenere frame

Is there any reason one of these wouldn't fit my frame/electrics etc ?
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It'll pretty much slot straight in. Clutch arm (on engine) on Tenere and Es are different so will need E clutch cable. Also Tenere choke cable, carb inlet rubbers, depending on which model it is. All engine mounts, casings, carbs and electrics are as far as I know the same.
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engine swop

The old kickstart only Teneres, have a shorter shaft out of the gearbox, so here its to much work to get an E engine fitted.

The E engine from 90-94 fits without any problem in the 1VJ and 3AJ models, you just use your old alternator on the engine.

The E engine from 95-04 fits also without any problem int the 1VJ and 3AJ but you need the clutch cable from the E because its on the right side of the bike. And if you maybe strip the E you can use the hole wiring with the E alternator or you have to use your old alternator

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Exclamation Keep the Alternator

Hi, whatever you do, keep the old alternator and wiring. I mounted a 3AJ engine in a 1VJ frame and had to re-wire almost the entire charging system. I made it work but as they say, don´t try this at home.

Had i known, i had definently used the original alternator and wiring.

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