Externpro is offering the chance to get your hands on the Honda engines that’ve been used in the Moto2 World Championship over the last few years – ahead of Triumph becoming the official supplier for 2019.
Externpro is the company responsible for Moto2 engine maintenance – and with Triumph in place as the championships engine supplier for the 2019 season, it’s put its previous generation Honda CBR600 powerplants up for sale. And you can get your hands on one if you’ve got a couple of grand to spare.
While the engines are approved for Moto2 racing by the FIM, you’ll need to adapt them to European regulations if you want to use one for competition. That’s because there are differences in the alternator, cylinder head, crankshaft, valve springs, clutch cover and gearbox elements. In addition, Externpro has spare parts, both used and new that you can also purchase – though it’s worth noting that the engines will be sold without warranty.
If you’re interested, you should email Asier Maldonado at Externpro – email@example.com
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