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post #1 of 5 Old 01-05-2003, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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I have lots of RZ350 parts from my road racing days. I was wondering what parts are the same as or will fit the Banshee motor. Are the cases the same? Same transmission ratio? etc....Thanks in advance for your feedback.
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post #2 of 5 Old 01-05-2003, 09:26 PM
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I havent done much research on the subject, but from what I have read the cases are pretty much the same. The cylinder will bolt right on and they both share the same bore and stroke. I think the RZ has a much higher gear ratio though.
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The RZ cases have an oil pump on the clutch side near the water pump cover, the RZ cases have a tachometer cable going into the cases near the back of the cases, the RZ cases have a working neutral light indicator located near the shift lever, the RZ stator cover is a different design. With all these minor differences between the cases..... there's no problem with using the RZ cases in a Banshee. In fact im looking to buy a set of RZ cases because I want to run a tach and oil injection, drop me a line if you wanna part with your RZ cases. The transmission gear ratios are different than the Banshee's tranny, the first few gears are geared lower and the last few gears are spread out a bit more and geared higher than a Banshee tranny. The shift forks used with an RZ ride on rollers instead of fixed pins like the Banshee uses and the shift drum "tracks" have rounded edges compared to a Banshee that is more.... uh... not rounded, hard to explain, but none of these thing pose a problem you can use the entire bottom end if youd like, altho the Banshee tranny would be better suited for offroading than the higher geared RZ tranny. You can bolt a set of RZ or Banshee cylinders to the RZ bottom end. Let me know if you would like to part with the intire bottom end if you have one, I got cash and I got PayPal......
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post #4 of 5 Old 01-06-2003, 12:22 AM
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Oh yea I almost forgot, if your going to use the RZ stator and flywheel you'll need to use the RZ wiring harness.
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post #5 of 5 Old 01-06-2003, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
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RZ Parts

Thanks for the information, Meat. I'll PM you some information.

If anyone is interested in the parts I have for sale, please PM me, send me an e-mail at Bartm34@dragbike.com, or see my listings on E-Bay.

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