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Brute force 750 with 650 heads

Iím new to brute forces and Iíve asked all my buddies about this and nobody knows what it means so Iím coming in here to see if anyone ran into this or knows more about it. I bought a 08 750 from a supposedly head mechanic at a Kawasaki dealer and he said he specializes in brute forces so I figured I would have good luck with him. After I bought it I was just looking at the motor and he said it was a 750 well the heads on it said 650cc? I called him and asked why it had a 650 head instead of 750 and he said it gives it more power. Well I was wondering if anybody knows something about mixing a 750 with 650 parts.


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Iím new to brute forces and Iíve asked all my buddies about this and nobody knows what it means so Iím coming in here to see if anyone ran into this or knows more about it. I bought a 08 750 from a supposedly head mechanic at a Kawasaki dealer and he said he specializes in brute forces so I figured I would have good luck with him. After I bought it I was just looking at the motor and he said it was a 750 well the heads on it said 650cc? I called him and asked why it had a 650 head instead of 750 and he said it gives it more power. Well I was wondering if anybody knows something about mixing a 750 with 650 parts.


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That's interesting because though the 2012s and up all are 750cc cylinders but with 650 heads. What that does is make smaller combustion chambers which makes higher compression...and that makes more power. I wondered about the valves but a mechanic friend of mine said they do put the 750 valves in them so..that's good. So, there no reason he couldn't do that with an earlier engine. I always though the CCs were marked on the cylinders not the heads though. Post some pics if you can.
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