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This is a discussion on Grizzly 708 swap within the Engine forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; I have a 2016 rspec 4x4. The motor blew up and my buddy is offering me a motor from a 2009 Grizzly 4x4. Its also ...

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    Grizzly 708 swap

    I have a 2016 rspec 4x4. The motor blew up and my buddy is offering me a motor from a 2009 Grizzly 4x4. Its also a 708. Im thinking the head is different, but not sure if I can at least use the case. Im thinking it should be the same. Does anyone know for sure?

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    2009 is a 686, the 708 were only used from 16-18 on Kodiac, Grizzly, Wolverine. Truthfully though I’m surprised nobody has looked into or built a retrofit kit for a 708 to 686 swap. Be an interesting project.

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    That 686 is bulletproof. I have a 10 grizzly and it’s unstoppable.
    2016 Rspec. Probably everything EMP makes. Throttlemax pedal
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    Ok I stand corrected. That is why I wanted to post this, because I dont have all the details. Well I am going to take a bunch of measurements and observations to see if this can even work. If not, Im stuck with getting a $3500 reman? I can stick my fist through the case now. Shrapnel everywhere. 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhampton1979 View Post
    I can stick my fist through the case now.
    Pictures?

    (Everyone likes to see someone else's carnage, don't they?)
    Last edited by FiremanDan; 11-12-2019 at 11:45 AM.
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    Ok I didnt take a picture of the hole in the block, but I will post it in the next couple days. Here is some pics of the teardown.
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