You should look at everything else before you blame the motor for not making power. The ZR 6 isn't a monster by any means but it's no slug either. Its all about getting power to the ground...Just rebuilt my zr 600 motor thats efi and its just not the power I would have expected, time to move up. I want to know if a zr 800/900 motor zr3 chassis will fit in my 1999 zr 600 zr2 chassis? Thanks for the help!!I dunno
Carb will likely be cheaper route. I like efi for the simplicity no tearing apart to clean sync etc.I had the clutch redone and the chaincase and gears redone, the entire motor was rebuilt, track hooks up like no other and still get my doors blown off by little sleds. It will win the 0-45 but thats it. I have found motors for 1000 bucks on ebay but still needs electrical and pipe. Another question, is it better to go with efi still or is carb the better way to go?
So if i just buy a zr 800 and take the complete motor out and put it in, everything will bolt right up and be perfect? Wouldnt the bearing plate and jack shaft bearing already be with the complete zr 800 motor? My stator went on my zr 600 just tonight and im done sticking money at that motor.
Just read a few more posts here. If you are going to buy a zr 800 to get the motor, why are you swapping? If you have to buy a complete sled then just ride that one. If you already have a 800 motor then swapping would be fine. You would be much better off in the long run just fixing the stator, selling the 600 then buying an 800. Just my opinion.