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Old 08-28-2003, 10:04 PM
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Typically when you add more horse power to a unit than it is designed for you compromise its integrity. As far as moving the bolt pattern, I would measure where the crank shaft center is on the frame, to get your belts exact. If the larger engine turns the same or close to the same RPM as the original then your hydraulics should be fine. Most new engines come with mufflers; however you need to find one with a muffler that will not be in the way, or route the exhaust where you do not want it to. Watch your crankshaft size also.
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