- Commander - All years & 800 models
- Defender - All years & 800 models
- Outlander - All years & 650/800 models
- Renegade - All years & 650/800 models
- Cylinder - QTY 2
- Piston* - QTY 2
- Head Gasket - QTY 2
- Base Gasket - QTY 2
*Includes: rings, pins and clips.
- Box Dimensions: 12x12x12
- Weight: 10.0 lbs.
No Installation Guide Exists
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Will this work on a 2019 Can Am Maverick Trail 800 and do I need to upgrade the cranks and push rods.
That is correct it will and the only supporting mod required is a ECU calibration found here.
Will the 936 kit fit a 2020 outlander 650?
This kit fits all years models of Outlander 650/800. There is a helpful fitment tab under each product on our website if you're ever unsure if one of our parts is compatible with your bike.
I have a 2020 850 renegade, would this be adaptable to my engine as its advertised for the 800, if not, do you supply a big bore kit for the 850?
Hey Trace, this kit will not work for your 850. We do offer a big bore kit but you have to send in your cylinders to be macnhined as we do not have cores cylinders built up yet to offer exchange program. PLease email us if your wanting to pull the trigger on this setup. Thanks! https://www.warrantykillerperformance.com/pages/tech
I have a 17 HD8 Max running 33's through 6 inch portals w/ 45% reduction. Could I go to 936 w/o upgrading other items? Is 936 the max? Is this the best option to maximize my setup?
Hey Michael, We do not know of any other items that would be supporting mods as far as reliability going to that engine size other than driveshafts but we see them fail randomly. Yes sir that is max without swapping to the 1k crankshaft. There are other mods like camshafts, heads, and throttle body that will give you god gains and support the big bore kit vs going in the bottom end of the engine. Please email us for futher info! Tahnks! https://www.warrantykillerperformance.com/pages/tech
I have a 2014 outlander 650 can i put the biggest pistons in it and what kind of power would i see
That has many variables, You would need to change camshafts to run the 98mm piston at 12:5:1 comp the stock camshafts are just too samll. You can take a 650 up to 70-80 rwhp with the 98mm 935BBk and camshafts. Other supporting mods you can achive 90-100 rwhp.