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Post by 10K plus » 01 Jul 2003 00:36

just to get back to a previous thread I posted about 210 and 510 parts someone mentioned putting a L series engine in my car (210) I just would like to hear more about that? What options can I get for the L, Displacement, power ect. thanks all. - Mike

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Post by ///FiveOneOh » 01 Jul 2003 01:11

l16, L18, L20

1.6, 1.8, 2.0

2.0 is slightly taller then the 16 and 18 but put out more power.
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Post by wtf » 01 Jul 2003 03:09

2cm taller. You have to elongate a hole on the engine mount to drop it down a bit, no real biggy tho.
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Post by rnorrish » 08 Jul 2003 10:21

wtf wrote:2cm taller. You have to elongate a hole on the engine mount to drop it down a bit, no real biggy tho.
you shouldn't need to do that... I thought L20Bs fit, including LZ20 and 22s, it's the bigger LZ24 thats a real problem.
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Post by wtf » 08 Jul 2003 12:32

rnorrish wrote:
wtf wrote:2cm taller. You have to elongate a hole on the engine mount to drop it down a bit, no real biggy tho.
you shouldn't need to do that... I thought L20Bs fit, including LZ20 and 22s, it's the bigger LZ24 thats a real problem.
I was told you hadto do this by a "Supreme being".
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Post by rnorrish » 08 Jul 2003 12:34

supreme being huh...

dude, stay off the drugs!

:shock: <-- wtf,
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Post by wtf » 08 Jul 2003 12:36

I wish.
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Post by Blk68510 » 08 Jul 2003 14:44

i believe the original question asked was if an L series 4 cyclender motor can fit in a datsun 210...

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Post by wtf » 08 Jul 2003 14:53

Blk68510 wrote:i believe the original question asked was if an L series 4 cyclender motor can fit in a datsun 210...
Omg really? I th0t it was about aliens abducting our unborn children thru rectal probing !!
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Post by Blk68510 » 08 Jul 2003 14:58

sure tob :roll:

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Post by Boaty » 26 Jul 2003 23:12

Lmao wtf...

You need to stop dreaming over that chick in Road Trip.. yeah, you know, the one that administered the Anally Induced orga...... oh crap, MUST WATCH ROAD TRIP AGAIN!

Lmao.
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Post by wtf » 27 Jul 2003 01:03

Haven't seen it. I think at one time I tried watching that tho.
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Post by Boaty » 27 Jul 2003 17:18

It's funny.. download it off of Kazaa...

Tom Green plays in it. You can already tell it's going to be F*cked up. ;)
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