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Default 5 speed motor in a 4 speed EVO frame?

I did a search til my eyes turned red. Either I'm punching in the wrong key words or I'm doing something wrong. I dunno. Anyhow.

Can a complete 5 speed motor bolt into a 4 speed EVO frame with out breaking out a grinder and torch? I can't remember if there are clearence issues associated with that swap, or not.
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I'm not certain about this, but if my memory serves me right there is some issue with the sidestand that has to be solved.
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Found a similar thread. Although regarding a taller than stock 5-speed engine. Sidestand issue is mentioned.

http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s....php?t=1515033
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Racers do that 5sp in a 4sp frame combo to lose a few pounds.
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BTDT,
Ya gotta lose the kickstand mount.
It's where the 5sp alternator lives.

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What does that stand for?

So other than chopping the kick mount off, everything else is a go? Including the rear head?
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There wasnt any other frame clearance problems than the kickstand when my oem 5-speed engine was installed in a friends 4-speed. Cylinder height is the same.
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Been There Done That.
He is letting you know that he actually had to do that, as opposed to I think it will work....

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So other than chopping the kick mount off, everything else is a go? Including the rear head?
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Ah, gotcha! Thanks for the replies. I may have a project then...
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