First Problem: Mounting engine so that you get the correct center to center distance between
the clutches, and stays aligned properly.
Second Problem: Electrical. Wiring harnesses will probably not match and you will have
to cob something together.
Third Problem: Clutching correctly, and gearing correctly. Will most likely have to change
both, or sled will be very doggy. Clutching is sometimes called a science, but it is so complex
that it is in practice more of an art. You do things that you really don't understand the
physics behind, and with a lot of experimenting and time, you get it OK, better, or great,
depending on your skill, time, and patience.
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