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Hi,

Will the 999/749 Throttle Body fit in a 998 engine?

Thank you

Pedro
 

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Oi Tiago,

Throttle Body :)

Pedro
 

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They use the same 54mm with shower injectors
 

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998 and 999 use the very much the same engine so I should think it will.
 

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The TPS is different, I thin one is linear and the other one is non-linear. That should be it. Peripherally they should be the same as the 998 engine is basically a 999 engine.
 

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The TPS is different, I thin one is linear and the other one is non-linear. That should be it. Peripherally they should be the same as the 998 engine is basically a 999 engine.
IIRC, you are right beyond the standard, pre '05 models.
 

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Why?

The 999S 04 is a 998S/996R engine and the 05 model years were all "s" style engines with deep oil sump and S cams (base 999 and 999S). 999R was the same layout as well, just a different head and lighter crank.

I´m talking about Euro bikes, just to clarify. Don´t know what fancy shit they pulled off stateside.
Correct me if I am wrong :)
 

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From what i have seen it seems that they are the same!
But as anyone already tried it?
 

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Why?

The 999S 04 is a 998S/996R engine and the 05 model years were all "s" style engines with deep oil sump and S cams (base 999 and 999S). 999R was the same layout as well, just a different head and lighter crank.

I´m talking about Euro bikes, just to clarify. Don´t know what fancy shit they pulled off stateside.
Correct me if I am wrong :)
The standard 999, model year '03-04 was a 998 motor in every sense.
 
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