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What I need to complete my L20B


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#21 Rays74

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Posted 28 December 2017 - 12:47 PM

Hopefully Al didn't screw you on the motor, considering it would be harder for you to get it straightened out if he did :/

THIS /\ /\ /\ !!

Both my wagon's L-16 and my 620's L20B came from him...........one had a bad head (cracked internally) and one had been built incorrectly and started using oil. I won't be a repeat buyer from here on, he's had other probs as well on here.


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#22 Eriks

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Posted 17 January 2018 - 02:45 AM

We didn't get those here as we diddn't get the L16SSS or the later L18SSS (both were known to be used on the 510 coupe and were 219 heads) I know there were L18SSS used elsewhere in the world in the European 810 or 910 SSS and in the 610s in Australia? both with dual SUs. I always assumed they were 219 heads but maybe the A87 casting with the 219 on the front?


Over here only the 510 had 219 head. The next generations had A87 with no stamp.