stay with same motor it will be easy on you and your pocket, you don't need to change anything beside rebuilding your own motor, it is very powerful engine and usually takes all punishment, rebuild the crank, do new bore and go with Wiseco pistons and rings 1 step up, you will be surprised how this performed, just make sure that all tolerances are there and you have somebody who knows what he is doing (boring, porting and honing, make sure they have piston and ring to try it in the cylinder). After that just go easy on the sled for about 200 miles and you ready to smoke new 600. To much hassle changing the electrical harness (or playing with original) motor mounts, exhaust, carburetors, etc... wouldn't do it
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