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Old 8th December 2005, 09:08   #16
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thanx a lot guys but i am still not got what i was looking for need some tech drawings or plz explain how the issue can be resolved!
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Old 8th December 2005, 12:46   #17
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On the wild side you could consider a hydbrid bike of sort(like adding batery/ electric motor), OTOH, there are larger engines on bikes so if the frame is big enough conventional cooling could do.
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Old 8th December 2005, 21:04   #18
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Did you read this thread properly ? I have posted this justa few commenst above yours. Or are you talking about some one else, the last i remeber thsi was the only published articl of m800 on a bike.
Well i dont know how my quote was published so late. I was probably the first or the second to post after reading the query.

Anyways din mean any harm.....
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Good thing about using the bullet gearbox is that its a separate housing that sits behind the engine.(harley style) In all other bikes, the engine and the trans are in one housing so it hard to separate them.
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Old 7th January 2006, 13:46   #20
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i may sound like but i know what i want ppl![/quote]
hi! this is nitesh here.. i hav a friend called anand who has put a maruti800 engine on a RD350 chasis mated to the 350s gearbox.. the bike rides sueperbly..awesome power..and its 4 sale..coz hes got a new project in mind..the bikes 2yr old n still no tech probs..and the engines fitted so nicely that its difficult to make out that its a car engine..here r some pics ..not of good quality though..


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Nice stuff mate, but bot boy that bike needs some fat rubber
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Old 11th February 2006, 16:33   #22
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Dude can i take a look at it ? where is it located and how much is the expectations

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hey...some guys from my engineering college.. (DMCE) pulled this off a while back...
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Old 15th February 2006, 00:35   #24
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btw it will be almost impossible to get it registered and be street legal even if its in India yeah unless its some mantri or mla riding it.

also the torque curve will have to be changed or else u will burn those tyres in 2nd gear wheelspins for a bike with car engine the torque will be too much as the weight has reduced.
rd gearing is not good for this engine infact a bulls (lousy) gearbox would prove a bit milder.

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Question fixin a car engin to my bike

hola ppl!!

im planin to fix up a car engine to a custome made chasi. since this is new to me and my friend( mechanic).but we had built a light weight cahasi now all we need is an M 800 engine. we need some help from u ppl .how much does a m800 second hand engine cost . how to find out its in good condition . help needed !!!!!!!!!............
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U'll get a M800 carb at pudupet for around 8k.

Since u have plans to drag, i suggest u thoroughly read every rule and clause in the Speedrun rules&regulations.
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Smile thanks 4 ur information

ill soon start my project and post pic 4 u
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Old 17th March 2006, 20:36   #28
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Some dudes from chandigarh put a gypsy engine on a bike. Autocar/overdrive carried the story. I dont think I have those articles not, but if you do a search you may get the info
Our very own Ludhianavi did it the first in India long long ago even before these guys......
Overdrive carried that test. Hell, even the BBC guys came to test it.

Pssstt... here's a secret.
Now that gypsy idea has been copied by many, that bike getting a 1.5L nissan engine...
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Exclamation Expert help required!!

Hi guys !! I am new to this forum... I am a engg student and am thinking of making a bike for a project... Heres the problem.. We are thinking of fitting a Maruti 800 engine into a bike frame...I personally dont know if this is practically possible!! Pls tell me the practical difficulties in doing this... and what all have to be taken care of... Thanx..
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Wasnt there an article in Overdrive 2 years ago about a bike with a Gypsy 1000 cc engine?

I think Maruti-engined bikes have been done a few times. So that makes it defenitely possible.
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