Yes, but only by buying new/used standard barrels (cylinders), pistons and rings. When a 904 kit is fitted the original liners are removed and the barrels are bored out to accept the larger liners that the 904 kit requires this means that standard liners, assuming that you can obtain them, will no longer fit those barrels.Can the 904 kit be reversed and the original displacement be restored? Whats involved?
I stand corrected then. Goes to show that you can't believe everything that you read even if it is from multiple supposedly reputable sources.I believe that our Barrells don't use liners.
haha Nice try...um no.I need to get in on this ok how bout 26% and my stock parts ? LOL
I havent started it at all...ever. I have had it for 2 weeks. I havent started it because I need a clutch cover which is on its way.He must not have installed the 904 kit at all.
If he had put standard pistons back in the 904 barrells it would sound horrendous when you turned it over, and wouldn't even start. You certainly wouldn't get any compression.
Its an 06 thruxton so the original is 865 right? I really dont want to remove the head if I dont have too. would the original 865 pistons in a 904 bore give any compression?the 904 is 6mm bigger bore if it was a 790 it wouldnt run at all if he put stock pistons in the 904 bores.The only way to know what you have is to pull the head.