The OP hasn't said here why he wants to change his engine.You are about the 5th person that I've had contact with looking for one due to ghost shifting. Good luck ... watch eBay and check the m/c salvage yards.
I'd like to know where you are getting this information from.:shrug:Make sure you know the history of the motor. Some are fixing there ghost shifting issues by swapping out motors and selling the ghost shifting motor.
I am warning them as you might. What is wrong with advising them to know the source of where their used engine comes from, buy one from a crediable wrecking yard, a known individual, but not a stanger or from eBay. I get many calls about ghost shifting repair and how people fix this issue. I also get PM's but would never cut and paste them.The OP hasn't said here why he wants to change his engine.
I'd like to know where you are getting this information from.:shrug:
You have any links of people actually saying this is what they are doing?.
Or are you Guessing to scare the hell out of everyone.if so then :wrong:
PM me your number,I'd like to talk to you about the noise.Not ghost shifting Something wrong with the engine lots of noises Could be cam or crank shaft Thinking it might be cheaper.easier to install a used good running engine