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XE dizzy into 250 2V

Hey guys,

couldn't find much on this, but have heard of some people doing it, my question is, whether it will go? Do any modifications need to be done to the dizzy? Or whether the dizzy's can be simply replaced?

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Re: XE dizzy into 250 2V

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Hey guys,

couldn't find much on this, but have heard of some people doing it, my question is, whether it will go? Do any modifications need to be done to the dizzy? Or whether the dizzy's can be simply replaced?

Thanks
There are two possible dizzy diameters for the dizzy on the xflow motor , points and electronic differ I think ... I expect someone will know for sure but I remember something about the hex drive shafts being different...
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Re: XE dizzy into 250 2V

My little bro did that exact swap himself, he had an XW with a 2V 250 and put all sorts of weird stuff into it including an electronic dizzy from an XE. PM me with your e-mail address and I'll get him to contact you.
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