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Suzuki Goose 350

Just out of interest, can you drop the piddly little 33bhp 350 out and stick something with a bit more power in? Has anyone done thins? or at least know what fits/works with minimum effort?

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There is a bloke in Japan running a 644 goose. it's red with a hlaf fairing. It can be done but it is not easy. You can bore the standard lump out to 440 and get a cam, bigger carb etc. On eBay there was a tuned DR lump for sale a week or so ago with a cosworth piston and fancy ignition. Ever taken the engine out? There's not alot of space between the cylinder head and frame.

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