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November 23rd, 2020, 07:37 PM   #1
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Differences de Fe 450 and FC 450

Differences from Fe to FC
Compression rate Fe-12.5-1 FC 12.8-1
Does camshaft difference make a difference?
I would like help
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November 24th, 2020, 06:48 AM   #2
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you need to look up the parts list.

the FC would have had a 35mm ID ouytlet on the tailpipe wjile the FE had 25mm.
flywheel
ignition cover
pick up of the FC has 2 spacers under it.

I think they had the same piston?
I think they had the same cam

the valves would have been Ti tanium valves i reckon.

lots of blingy bits.

frmae wouldn't have a sidestand bracket.
minimum electrics

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November 24th, 2020, 05:27 PM   #3
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I Ride: 2005 Fe450,2001 Fx470,1997 Fx600
6 speed transmission vs 4 for the FC

FCR MX39 carburetor vs 41 for the FC

Electric start vs kickstart only for the FC

Different tire sizes
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I think the head is the same, and the difference of compression rate is due from different piston head... I think....
The valve on the FC are in titanium.
FC is 4 speed and without countershaft.
Chamshaft I don't know if is the same, I think the FC have to do a camshaft more "pushed", but I dont know...
On my FC 550 there is this camshaft:


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Yes one of the big differences is even the compression rate, yes the cam trees is different from the FE models for the FC
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November 26th, 2020, 10:38 AM   #6
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my compression rate is low, Want the bike with the maximum power, i have to buy the new piston. wanted to mess with fifty horses
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November 26th, 2020, 11:48 AM   #7
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My parts book shows no difference between an FC and an FE in;
camshaft
piston

there is a really small chance that the the FC stroke is 0.1-0.3mm longer creating a higher compression but I can't see it myself?

I had about 55bhp out of my 400 so having it out of a 450 should be a piece o' piss.

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I Ride: BMW F650GS ,BETA SM , Husa FE450
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FC= Cross = without street legal accesories and other sprockets
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