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simone
post Apr 16 2019, 05:44 AM
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I just bought an engine... in "running condition"... But I would like to understand which cases are, can someone help me to identify the numbers on the case?
Thank you everybody in advance!

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post Apr 16 2019, 07:47 AM
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WHAT kind of a car do you have, do not recognize this photo


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Attached File  engine_n.jpg ( 639K ) Number of downloads: 8
Good morning everybody!

I just bought an engine... in "running condition"... But I would like to understand which cases are, can someone help me to identify the numbers on the case?
Thank you everybody in advance!

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post Apr 16 2019, 11:05 AM
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Here is the engine and gearbox.
In the second pic you can see where the numbers are stamped...


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Good morning everybody!

I just bought an engine... in "running condition"... But I would like to understand which cases are, can someone help me to identify the numbers on the case?
Thank you everybody in advance!

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post Apr 16 2019, 02:14 PM
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do looks like that is the mechanic who rebuilt it in 2000. Look in front of the oil filler down in the crevice between the oil filler an date front impeller housing and see if there is a number there. If not, then the case is a factory replacement case at one time. The engine is probably a 1.8 from the look of the oil filler and front impeller housing with the remote coil mount on it


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Attached File  e1.jpg ( 734.26K ) Number of downloads: 4
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Attached File  e2.jpg ( 642.36K ) Number of downloads: 3


Here is the engine and gearbox.
In the second pic you can see where the numbers are stamped...


WHAT kind of a car do you have, do not recognize this photo


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Attached File  engine_n.jpg ( 639K ) Number of downloads: 8
Good morning everybody!

I just bought an engine... in "running condition"... But I would like to understand which cases are, can someone help me to identify the numbers on the case?
Thank you everybody in advance!

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post Apr 17 2019, 05:40 AM
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WOW
look what I found!
This is really funny!
They named "Skippy"
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post Apr 17 2019, 07:19 AM
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well it looks like someone installed a 2.0 crank and rods into a 1.8 engine case, so that is what you have

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WOW
look what I found!
This is really funny!
They named "Skippy"
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post Apr 18 2019, 05:32 AM
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Yup,
now we start from a point...
Next step is to understand how many CC I can add without machine the cases..
But.. little step by little step...
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