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    Re: Engine Swap

    You won't get much love for a swap here - Gold would be if your neighbor had a wrecked Delta Integrale laying around.


    But since that isn't probably the case - I will leave this here

    http://www.lsxmag.com/news/everythin...-your-ls-swap/

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    Re: Engine Swap

    http://guy-croft.com/viewtopic.php?t=2416 must apologise, I did mean the delta / thema style 16v head to adapt to 8v bottom end given that they lean over in the engine bay, some info here
    http://guy-croft.com/viewtopic.php?t=1199

    will come back with more later.

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    Re: Engine Swap

    If you decide you don’t want that Twin cam anymore. I would take it off your hands.. I do suggest reading the latest guy Croft manual before giving up on the Lampredi.

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    Re: Engine Swap

    More power with no oil leaks is simple
    A 2 liter engine with increased compression, cams, header and FI, with a slightly larger airflow meter will develop 145hp and still pass CA smog.
    You will have to go to a referee station in order to get it smog tested. There are several running around.
    The way to eliminate oil leaks is to throw away all the buna rubber oil seals and put in Viton seals, including the valve seals. Buna rubber is rated at 80 degrees C. That is not even coolant or oil temperature ! Dont waste your time installing buna seals, the Viton seals last for more than 10 years.
    Any Fiat / Lancia engine with a turbo uses Viton seals. They are easy to get.

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