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This is a discussion about Gen 2 cylinder head on Gen 1 busa within the Suzuki Hayabusa section, where you will Some say Busa's Dominate; Was wondering if its poss to make a Gen 2 head work on a Gen 1 Busa?If so, what all is envolved?Thanks

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    Was wondering if its poss to make a Gen 2 head work on a Gen 1 Busa?If so, what all is envolved?Thanks

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    Gen 2 head bolts on to a gen 1 block,the only thing left to get is the 08 and up throttlebodies airbox,ecu,complete harness ,cluster,handlebar controls...you also have to change the flywheel to 08 and up. I already did a swap and when it was all said and done the only thing that was left I didnt have to change was the frame,swingarm and engine lower half...came out mint ...total cost was 4200.00

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    kinda makes a gen one head look real nice doesn't it lol
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    @ Nitrousbusa, it sure does! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcq225 View Post
    Gen 2 head bolts on to a gen 1 block,the only thing left to get is the 08 and up throttlebodies airbox,ecu,complete harness ,cluster,handlebar controls...you also have to change the flywheel to 08 and up. I already did a swap and when it was all said and done the only thing that was left I didnt have to change was the frame,swingarm and engine lower half...came out mint ...total cost was 4200.00
    seems like you could have bought a complete motor kit with ecu and harness for that price and got more cc's out of it as well but idk
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    From a different perspective, it is very easy to put a Gen I motor onto a Gen II head if you have a gen II in need of a lower end.

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