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anyone ever use the stock '94 ZR 700 twin pipes on the newer '00 ZR 700 chassis? i have the pipes, headers and silencer lying around and want to see if i can put em on my sled. they dont look to be that far off,i just may need to make some brackets for the silencer to get it to line up. now i just gotta figure out if they will fit under the hood.
 

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i dont think that that will work. pretty sure that the 2000 is an exhaust valve motor and i know that the 94 is not. i geuss you could try it but i dont thing they will work.
 

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I would do it. As 440 said, i also belive those have exhaust valves. Not that I dont think you could do it just that you dont know what kind of backpressure that needs. If i can be corrected,some one please say somthing. Other than that why let them go to waste.
 

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the 2000 motor is the same as the 94 motor no exhaust valves. the newer motor has flat slide carbs and a single pipe. you will have to do some jetting and a little clutching but they should work just fine.
 

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cat_man_doo08 said:
the 2000 motor is the same as the 94 motor no exhaust valves. the newer motor has flat slide carbs and a single pipe. you will have to do some jetting and a little clutching but they should work just fine.
i would do it then i just couldnt remember when they went to the valved motor. you are def going to have to clutch and jet it tho
 

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yup, the '00 motor is pretty much exactly the same. (in '01 they went to APV motors, the 700 was dropped and the 800 came out to replace it) as a mater of fact the motor in my '00 is the '94 motor with the '00 water pump cover, ignition, clutch and carbs. anyhow, i do know i have to re-jet and clutch so that isnt really the issue for me.

just wanted to see if anyone else has done it. considering the '94 chassis is far different than the '00.
 

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For the most part the zr chassis was the same for all the zr sleds as far as the bulkhead layout. After 96 the ett tunnel came out but the front half of the chassis satyed the same until 98 when they statred putting on the different body work. Should be pretty cool. lets see some pics when it is done.
 

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its gonna be a no go. there is just no hood to pipe clearance on the '00 chassis. here are some pics of everything mocked up and you can see how high the pipes stick up.
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oh well, guess i can live without the twins....anyone wanna buy a good set of twin pipes for a '94 ZR 700?
 

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I might be interested in the pipes and the stock can. Are they both for sale?



ilive4snow700 said:
its gonna be a no go. there is just no hood to pipe clearance on the '00 chassis. here are some pics of everything mocked up and you can see how high the pipes stick up.
201011222023798_29534.jpg
2010112220211626_29534.jpg
2010112220219766_29534.jpg

oh well, guess i can live without the twins....anyone wanna buy a good set of twin pipes for a '94 ZR 700?
 

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You could build up the hood to allow clearance.
Pick up a beater hood to work with.
 
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