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Alloy H165 & H190 diff housings...
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I am trying to find a H165 Alloy housing but am not having any luck...

I am thinking of making some... Not sure exactly what they would cost but am curious what people would perhaps look at paying for them...???

Posted on: 2006/9/18 3:17
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Re: Alloy H165 & H190 diff housings...
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Top gear I dont doubt your talent in making them. You have great skill, ever thought about making a Cross flow Aseries head ....


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Re: Alloy H165 & H190 diff housings...
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yeas do that..who cares if it doesnt work well. be better than what we have now lol, then again im moving to L series..

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Posted on: 2006/9/18 4:05
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Re: Alloy H165 & H190 diff housings...
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B120dat wrote:
Top gear I dont doubt your talent in making them. You have great skill, ever thought about making a Cross flow Aseries head ....



Probably easier to put an E15 head on it...? A friend of mine makes over 200kw atw with one of these engines...

Posted on: 2006/9/25 0:39
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With LPG you can use any engine these days. The suzuki g13b or g16b weigh 15kgs less than an a15. At around 80kgs the nearest rival is the 4age at 130kg.

Posted on: 2006/9/25 3:31
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Re: Alloy H165 & H190 diff housings...
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anyone know what the CG13 Micra engine wieghs off the top of their head...
I could lift the last one of these I had on the garage floor on my own

Posted on: 2006/9/25 5:34
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