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Question 2008 600rr Engine Crankcase

I was in a accident recently , long story short , left side of the crankcase got busted up (part that screws unto frame ) and the cylinder head cover has a small crack on the top. I will need definitely need a new frame. My question are:
Is it possible to just replace the engine case/ CYLINDER BLOCK 07-16 600rr and the cylinder head cover (which would cost me around $US450)
can it be done without buying a new engine
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I deleted the other post as it was a duplicate and served no purpose.

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Sure, you can replace it. It will be a lot of work though. If you don't feel comfortable working with engine internals, it is probably a job you should think really hard about before undertaking yourself. It will require disassembly of most of the engine parts.
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Sure, you can replace it. It will be a lot of work though. If you don't feel comfortable working with engine internals, it is probably a job you should think really hard about before undertaking yourself. It will require disassembly of most of the engine parts.

Does it require getting new main bearings ?
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These are the pics of the crank case - I plan to replace to the crankset and cylinder head cover -
I find it hard to get a new engine since i only have 10k miles on mine -

this what i plan to buy :
ENGINE CASE / CYLINDER BLOCK 07-16 CBR600 CBR 600RR CBR600RR crankcase cases | eBay

that is the bottom half of the crankset

do i also need a complete gasket kit ?
do i need pistons or bearings ?
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Without checking the parts fische, I'd say yes, you will want all new complete set of gaskets. Unless your engine really got tweaked your bearings and pistons should be good. If they aren't, then you're probably better off getting a new engine, since that means your cylinder bores are going to be out of shape as well.
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