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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 08-20-2018, 12:49 AM
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Exactly! The F4 ecu seems the same of Brutale but are not the same inside, to change the chips inside will costs more that to change ecu directly.
Anyway to insert a brutale engine on f4 frame it's a meaningless thing when the price of engine are almost the same. Also, if you're not expert, to insert a different version engine will give many problems. On F4 frame must insert a F4 engine, He has a first generation of F4 750, so could insert a f4 engine from evo1 until evo3 750cc. After that version or different version (brutale ndr) have to change ecu, also elettronic and elettric things (much difference).
Everything is possible but will cost more that to insert the proper engine.
This is the realiity, the owner can choose if to accept the advice or avoid it.
For sure if he inserts the proper engine will not regret it
Nope, less than 100 bucks for a replacement EPROM. 2nd hand ECU is more than 500 bucks. AUD

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misty5;
Stop confusing the issue
The 750 motor and the 910 motor use the same sensors and alternator
temp sensor
speed sensor
neutral switch
crankshaft sensor
alternator
Are all the same

The coils don't care which spark plug they are firing

All that is needed is a chip for a 910 Brutale which also eliminates the EBS system

Am i confusing the issue? Are you seriouse?
First: 750 and 910 are different c.c engine
Second: different power, rpm, torque
Third: It doesn't mean nothing that temp speed sensors, neutral switch, crankshaft sensor and alternator are the same
Fourth: You're free to do what you want on your bike, for me doesn't change the life, for sure on f4 i'll insert an f4 engine always and only
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Dude, people have been putting different engines in things since time began.

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post #24 of 40 (permalink) Old 08-20-2018, 09:41 AM
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Dude, people have been putting different engines in things since time began.
For sure you can put everything you're free, i' m speaking for the costs. It's more easy to insert the proper engine. Also with a different engine the bike will loose the value. I know in Usa you're the best to ruin the original value (not speaking only for money) of the veichles.
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For sure you can put everything you're free, i' m speaking for the costs. It's more easy to insert the proper engine. Also with a different engine the bike will loose the value. I know in Usa you're the best to ruin the original value (not speaking only for money) of the veichles.
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Thanks everyone for the info, case closed as far as im concerned. Misty i will be in touch when i get enough savings.
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Thanks everyone for the info, case closed as far as im concerned. Misty i will be in touch when i get enough savings.
So, what is the decision?

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Cant find an big bore Brutale engine from EU. And shipping it from US is not an option, so im gona go with 750 F4.
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Damn it got hard this.... now there is a guy 300km from me selling an 2005 1000s motor for 650 euro!! I know all the electrics will pretty much swap, just need the eprom. But since it does not come with airbox and TB:s, does the 750 TB:s and airbox work?
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Air box yes...throttle bodies maybe, but the injectors will be too small.
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