I suppose it depends how you chose to go about moving it to a non CA. Kit's got it surrounded.Umm, no?
Seriously, the Californication process on these bikes involved the airbox, carbs, ECU, and cams. It would cost somewhere around Blue Book to replace those parts with new.
Maybe somebody else has an alternative?
This is what I wonder. The Tiger engine is supposed to be have more torque down where we spend 99% of our time riding (i.e. less than peak RPM). I am wondering if for all practical purposes (once jetted off extra lean CA spec) if it would truly be that apparent unless he's on a track all day.i think an extra 20 horses will feel damned great!
On my T3 Tiger I pulled off the rubber cap and fitted the snorkel etc on the other side - didnt notice any visual difference from my friend's Trophy 4Looking closer, the CA Sprint does, in fact, use a Tiger airbox, so the airbox may need replacement to work with the second snorkel.