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Old 12-08-2012, 01:55 AM   #1
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2006 engine on a 2009 frame ?

hi all, i tired to look around to find an answer for my question but with no luck.

i got into the setuation that i have to replace my engine of my 2009 night rod special, so i looked around but i found only one good used engine, 2006 night rod engine, is it going to fit my 2009 frame ?
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Old 12-08-2012, 02:58 AM   #2
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Can't think of any reason why not. Only the Muscle is different (dipstick moved).

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Old 12-08-2012, 09:26 AM   #4
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Anything 05 and newer will bolt right in. But the 06 motor is only a 1130cc and yours is 1250cc so there will be some computer mapping issues that will need to be addressed. What is wrong with your 09 motor it couldn't be rebuilt?
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Tyson is spot on.

These motors can be rebuild easy.

What happened to your motor?

Put a 1250 back in.
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Anything 05 and newer will bolt right in. But the 06 motor is only a 1130cc and yours is 1250cc so there will be some computer mapping issues that will need to be addressed. What is wrong with your 09 motor it couldn't be rebuilt?

thanks for yoru input, yah i just had a confirmation from HD that they will wipe out the current map in my computer and will reload a readymade map (as they say they use it with any bike that has an aftermarket pipe and air filter).

speaking of my 1250 engine, there is a small crack in the crank cases (HD didnt have an explination of " WHY this happened, keeping in mind bike has full service history", i know it can be repaired somehow by wilding it but when you are talking about someone has no experience with rebuilding engines (HD qatar, yah i know its weird but, yah) and no one here in qatar has the experience, so i dont want to put myself in the situation of spending money and HD expensive labor hours and at the end it doesnt work.
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Ship it to Fitzgerald motorsports, I bet they'll be able to fix it right up for you. Cheaper then the new motor
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Ship it to Fitzgerald motorsports, I bet they'll be able to fix it right up for you. Cheaper then the new motor
How much is shipping to, and from, Qatar?
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Ship it to Fitzgerald motorsports, I bet they'll be able to fix it right up for you. Cheaper then the new motor

Shipping from Qatar to Ohio will cost me approx 13 $ per 1 KG so it will cost me alot just shipping to USA and shipping back to Qatar after all, the motor i got is used one with 6 K Miles, cost me 3300 $ including shipping so, its a good deal.
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