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I think he would. Simply because you said he can't. Certain ones of us have that attitude. Somebody tells us we couldn't do it, so we have to do it.
 
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Even if you could mate them up, which isn't practical, if it's even possible, it would require altering the frame too.
 

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It has been said time & again, 'if you want a bigger bike, buy a bigger bike'. It is a whole lot less expensive, & keeps more of the Rebels original for those who want 1 in the future.
All my mods, many though they are, bolt on & can easily be returned to original. I also saved the parts so if I ever want to, I can put it back.
 

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I completely agree. But for my 250 Nighthawks it's a matter of 3 bikes, one with a title, that I'd picked up for a grand total of $200. So if I wind up building one engine closer to Gen1 Rebel specs, I'm not really losing anything.
 
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