The EVO engine has a different management system and uses a completely different dash and harness. They are also single plug engines and have lighter flywheels, larger oil cooler, magnesium outer cases, more compression and bigger camshafts. Engine fitment to the frame is the same.
A few more tid bits here : The higher-compression engine is said to give 5 bhp (3.9 kW) more, outputting 95 bhp (69.9 kW) at a slightly lower engine speed of 7,500 rpm. Torque is fractionally lower than it was before at 75.9 lb-ft (10.5kgm), but peak torque appears 1,000 rpm higher in the rev range at 5750 rpm.
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