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I am looking at a 06 IQ 440 race chassis(trail converted), how tough is the 600 swap? which 600s will fit?
 

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The 600HO is pretty much a direct swap. Go to www.jspowersports.com and click on the IQr section for every part you will need for a 600 trail conversion.
 

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The 600 v.e.s. will fit, but i read somewhere that the 600 h.o. is the easiest to do.http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=226171 EDIT King beat me by 9 seconds, bravo.
 

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quick q. is the difference between the h.o. and the ves is that the ves has variable exaust and the h.o. doesnt?
 

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^^^No, the HO, VES and R engines all have 600cc displacement and variable Exhaust. The differences between the VES and HO is in the porting and cylinder design, the newer HO engine has a larger case volume and is ported a little better resulting in more HP.
 

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^^^ thanx!
 

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Any interest in buying one thats already done? I've got an 06 IQR with a 07 600HO motor in it I might be looking to get rid of.

Chad
 

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powersledder said:
^^^No, the HO, VES and [highlight=red]R[/highlight=red] engines all have 600cc displacement and variable Exhaust. The differences between the VES and HO is in the porting and cylinder design, the newer HO engine has a larger case volume and is ported a little better resulting in more HP.
And the R motor is a longer stroke motor. putting out a few more ponys
 

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Dragon700 said:
powersledder said:
^^^No, the HO, VES and [highlight=red]R[/highlight=red] engines all have 600cc displacement and variable Exhaust. The differences between the VES and HO is in the porting and cylinder design, the newer HO engine has a larger case volume and is ported a little better resulting in more HP.
And the R motor is a longer stroke motor. putting out a few more ponys
yess thats why if you want to spend a little money, the r motor's w/ oil injection are and awesome way to go, thats what im doing w/ my iqr600 i just got the kit today, Nate at Js Powersports is very knowledgeable and an awesome guy to work with, he can answer almost any questions
 
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