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post #16 of 37 Old 08-09-2016, 01:15 PM
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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

Do you mean versus running coil packs?
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Yes. No trigger wheel required.
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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

I definitely get the dumb it down thing! These wires make my head spin sometimes. I just finished getting my '65 Fury III hardtop road ready. It has like 8 wires on the motor and thats because it's been upgraded to electronic ignition.
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'65 Fury III hardtop

we are going to need a pic of that puppy sir ..
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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

We have been considering turboing the 318 Poly. Some pictures are now posted in my albums. They are from before I repaired the cowl and hood hinges, and before we got a drivetrain dropped in.
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Still not sure what to do with my hybrid motor with trigger wheel.
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post #23 of 37 Old 08-30-2017, 04:18 PM
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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

I am currently in the process of doing the conversion to a 2.2 Omni, only thing Im stuck on is how to find the cam sprocket size needed for my setup, I know the cam sprocket is 2 times larger than the Crank sprocket, but the (2.0 SOHC is Crank:21 tooth Cam:42 tooth) (Omni 2.2 is Crank:20 tooth Cam:40 tooth) but I am wondering how the DOHC did it.

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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

I just wrapped up the carbed 2.4 conversion about a year ago on my 84 SC. I was originally going to do a hybrid, but for me doing a full 2.4 swap was the better choice.


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ah, any performance increase with the Carbs or is it about the same HP as the original 2.4L?
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Does anyone know if the 2.0/2.4L Crankshaft gear will fit the 2.2 crankshaft? is this how it is done?
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Not sure what the original 2.4's made, but this certainly has 200whp. Of course, the engine isn't stock. 11:1 cr and a Menegon ported head help a lot. Still using stock cams, but that'll change pretty soon. I've wanted to tune a bit before I started messing with cams.

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ah, any performance increase with the Carbs or is it about the same HP as the original 2.4L?
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stock non turbo 2.4 gets 140HP and 160TQ up to 2005.... 2006 up gets 150 HP stock N/A
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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

At least it is somewhat alive. I had purchased a 2.4L DOHC head and a load of other pieces from a guy who tried to make it work on a 2.2L block. I have a 2.5L turbo short block (head is there, but no cam or followers) I want to try to put a Hybrid 2.5L together. I will post some pictures of what I have, particularly anything with a PN on it so maybe someone knows what I have as far as manifolds etc. I have thought about going DIS on it, and actually have an SBECII that would probably do it with a proper chip as it is a fully populated one from a 3.3L 1993 van.

The fellow I bought it from has the FWD adjustable cam sprockets on it and it still has the CMP on the head. Yes, I could probably drop a 2.4L in, but, a 1986 K-car with the DOHC setup on a 2.5L bottom end will be stranger anyway.

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Re: Does anyone actually do this 16V swap anymore

yeah when I say SOHC 16 valve 2.2 people look at me like "HUH?????" and I explain slowly and carefully, which is why Im doing the 2.2 with SOHC 2.0L 16Valve head, its just way out there and Im hoping for at least 132HP like the original 2.0 SOHC neon it came out of, But more HP would be a plus, as the 2.2 N/A never reached full potential because of the 8 Valve head and TBI,"crossing fingers"...
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