i'm looking to get some headwork done on my 04 636, and i was wondering if anyone has had some done and if so where at.
Hmmmmm, so your going to have an extra 05-06 head. you willing to sell it?Originally posted by jdgun_13
yeah thats the big thing with th 03/04 oing to the 05/06 cams...
The head of the 6RR's are far superior then the 636's but are not compaible with the 636..
i have an extra head laying here i picked for a couple bucs,wantd to make sure it would be worth plling before i did, and i am thinking there is a going to be a benifti for sure with the the head cleanup and vlve job. hell just bumping compression up litle and degreeing the camse should wake the bike up a nice little bit.
[:+1] Not to be an ass in any way, but if you are asking about what effect any sort of engine work would have on your bike (short of straight part swaps) I'd say find out if you have any good shops in your area and have them do it for you. Increasing air flow isn't just a matter of opening a port up...and without a flowbench you really would have no idea if you were helping or hindering that flow. You could port match if there is any need for that, although I'd doubt that the machining on modern super sports is sloppy enough to really require that... *shrug* If you open it up and it does have room for improvement be sure to let us know tho.Originally posted by hiyaboa
I wouldnt recommend just anyone getting out the dremel and grinding away. Unless you have ALOT of experience with cylinder heads you will probably make it worse. Most motorcycle heads are very good from the factory and improving them isnt usually easy.
yep.Originally posted by hiyaboa
i work for a very reputable cylinder head shop(import and some pro stock bikes) and i see the "home ported" shit all the time and it almost always is worse than stock...so ill warn anyone i think is getting ready to make that mistake..it takes years to learn what works and how to properly do it(although many online how-to articles will tell you it doesnt)