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    787 Stroker kit.

    Hi,
    I was wondering what i would it be possible to stroke my 787 oem crankshaft and run 951 pistons.. Anybody knows how? Is this possible? what rods would i have to use?

    Also i've heard that the honda CR500 rods are longer by 4mm compared to the oem 787 seadoo ones..is this right?


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    flyin' the friendly skies airbornexp's Avatar
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    yes, you have to use the honda rods but im not to familiar with ...why no just go with a VE kit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by airbornexp View Post
    yes, you have to use the honda rods but im not to familiar with ...why no just go with a VE kit?
    I read somewhere where it say just by using longer rod doesnt change the stroke.. Its only changes the position of the piston.. U would have to change the position of the pin to make it a stroker kit..

    I've have a friend who want to sell me the 945R 787 stroker kit cylinder.. Would you happen to know what mm stroker this 945R cylinder is?? its for a 787 engine..

    what is the diameter size of the VE cylinder pistons?

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    sorry , I do not know. you may want to PM 96XPSS. he's got all the info that you are looking for... he hasnt posted here in a while but he may be lurking.

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    I know where you can save alot of time and alot of money,
    I have what you want,you will not be dissapointed.
    This motor destroyed VE motors,
    (same stroker crank,highly tricked out Cyl,s)
    and LOOKS STOCK! complete with 190psi head,shaved PTO flywheel and rave valves,
    Mel Miller ported and trenched casses,
    $1200 or what do you have to TRADE?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black_982008 View Post
    I read somewhere where it say just by using longer rod doesnt change the stroke.. Its only changes the position of the piston.. U would have to change the position of the pin to make it a stroker kit..

    I've have a friend who want to sell me the 945R 787 stroker kit cylinder.. Would you happen to know what mm stroker this 945R cylinder is?? its for a 787 engine..

    what is the diameter size of the VE cylinder pistons?
    The 945r uses a 4mm stroker. The VE cylinder start with an 88 or 89 mm piston.
    Dustin

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