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    Crf50 with a daytona 190?

    Has anyone or heard of anyone slapping a daytona 190 in a crf50.. will it bolt up with out modifications to the frame? Thanks

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    There have been a few posts about putting it into a 50(always modded/longer frames) but if you are asking about a stock crf50 I believe you will have trouble with front wheel to head clearance as the daytona is a good bit longer than the traditional 50 based engine.

    PS I have at one point put a 155z in a 50 withonly tall bars and it was fun but the 190 is so much faster that i think it would be almost unrideable because it has so much torque

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    Okay bud good lookin out... I'll look for a 150cc engine or a 140cc

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    Wonder how the piranha 150 e start would do in the crf50..

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    Actually wouldn't have room for the battery for that engine

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    I've done an Anima is a longer frame as said. I wouldn't recommend doing such a heavy motoron the thin mounts. Really should use a cradle setup. Lots of guys run the TREX's and YX140s in stockers without issue. An Anima in a 10" bike was ridiculous. Not even a good ride. You'd just be waiting for the stock frame to break with the Anima. Just over powered the wheel and too brutal.
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    Yes, I've seen it done before. At least on Facebook. I have a Anima mounted in a Foes racing frame which is setup to accept crf50 parts and engine. I had to grind the engine down a pretty decent depth to get the engine bolts to mount up.

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    Done it.
    It tough for the stock frame though. The side brackets that hold the engine had to be pushed out a bit, and there is not a lot of room for a carb. ended up raising the seat and tank to clear for the VM26 that would fit. does not give you much room for an oil cooler either and these things run toasty. In doing it again, Ill get a different frame. Also the bike has Marzocchi front end with 12's front and back. space is tight...

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