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G’day guys, I wish to ask if I can take a 2008 exec frame & put on a 2006 burgman motor. I have had to drop the motor from the 209 exec & wish to replace with another motor from an 2006 burgman with low Klm’s & wishing to keep the 2008 exec controls of mirrors & adjustable windscreen by exchanging the frame. Will it be just a clean swap without any problems?
 

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If you are just using the 2006 engine module then I'd say if you also change all sensors and throttle body to the 2008 then YES.

May not need to change the sensors but you will need the 2008 throttle body as it is computer controlled and the 2006 is not. Also the 2008 exhuast system as it has a Lambda sensor and the 2006 may not.

The 2002-2003 have a different front frame for the dual ECM, 2004 and up have a single combined ECM.
 

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If you are just using the 2006 engine module then I'd say if you also change all sensors and throttle body to the 2008 then YES.

May not need to change the sensors but you will need the 2008 throttle body as it is computer controlled and the 2006 is not. Also the 2008 exhuast system as it has a Lambda sensor and the 2006 may not.

The 2002-2003 have a different front frame for the dual ECM, 2004 and up have a single combined ECM.
Thanks Dave, will investigate further tomorrow
 

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As far as I know, with just swapping the control items and some sensors you can put a 2002 Engine module into a 2018 and the other way too. They fit like Lego's.
 

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I have a 2006 engine in my 2014 bike as my original engine toasted itself. Apart from a few wiring connectors such as oil pressure switch and regulator it dropped straight in. So a resounding yes to the OP question
 

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As far as I know, with just swapping the control items and some sensors you can put a 2002 Engine module into a 2018 and the other way too. They fit like Lego's.
And you're much less likely to hurt yourself stepping on them in your kid's bedroom in the middle of the night.
 

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If you are just using the 2006 engine module then I'd say if you also change all sensors and throttle body to the 2008 then YES.

May not need to change the sensors but you will need the 2008 throttle body as it is computer controlled and the 2006 is not. Also the 2008 exhuast system as it has a Lambda sensor and the 2006 may not.

The 2002-2003 have a different front frame for the dual ECM, 2004 and up have a single combined ECM.
You were correct in all your statements of the differences Dave and also add to that the wheels which are not compatible because of the ABS.
 
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