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    Does anyone have a drawing of the flywheel bolt patterns for the early and late model Chevy V8, and the AMC engines too?



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    Default Slant 6 Bellhousing Bolt Pattern

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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails CAD drawings of most popular V8 engine bellhousing patterns-slant6-jpg  


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    I have the GM and Ford V8 patterns on my photo bucket account listed in this post.

    Would you, or anyone you know, happen to have the Buick 215/Rover 3.5 bell housing pattern measurements?



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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for the links!



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    Default Small block Chevy Block Front

    I am in dire need of the location of all the holes in the front of a Small Block Chevy.

    Any help would be great,,,,,,
    thanks.



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    Default engine bolt patterns

    Please email me the files at agm@agm.win.net
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    Default bell housing and motor pattern needed

    I would greatly appreciate any drawings showing dimensions for a 3800v6 chevy or a 4l80E transmission. I want to make an adapter plate to pu the two together.



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    Wink My Two cent's

    The BOP And Chev V8 share the same dowel location's and lower holes ,The GM Power book's have some of the V6 and V8 pattern's front and back the worst thing is some are metric and some are inch also the X&Y 0/0 is always somewhere other than the crank shaft center takes a bit of siffering to get there but it's doable as for the ford's small and 460 I think I have print's of as for the FE''390'' that's another hard one the Y block was a concern of mine a while back and that's another hard one to find . If you have the block and a surface plate and highth gage you can map it slow but work's or stand on end in a mill and probe the holes with a dowel pin and use the Digital to map it . some of the manufactures will help but in this day and age customer service at there level is like calling teck suport for anything electronic. archangel I'm not sure that the old 215 buick/old's and the rover have the same bellhousing? and free fuel the chevy flywheel's are semetrical so there a snap as for the AMC it has some stray's in it Response the 3800V6 front wheel drive has the same patern as the 3100V6 and it's in the GM power book I may have it drawn on another P.C. in bobcad and the 4L80 is chevV8 that adapter is avalible from ATI Kevin

    Last edited by Kevin Taylor; 03-18-2011 at 12:43 AM. Reason: Ad to it


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    Default I've been away too long.

    I just sent out a bunch of emails for people wanting my collection of drawings, I don't mind sending them out, but would like to find a better way of creating a collaborative knowledge base for drawings.

    Despite my desire to swap a VW TDI into a Jeep (It has now has been done at least twice, a guy out in Collarado and a tuner company that mainly caters to German cars.), I'm currently busy looking for info about air cooled VW Boxer engines.

    I just think it would be hilarious to see this engine in the back on an old Bug.
    20HP V-Twin Diesel Engine With Electric Start : Carroll Stream Motor Company : www.carrollstream.com



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    Quote Originally Posted by freefuel View Post
    I just sent out a bunch of emails for people wanting my collection of drawings, I don't mind sending them out, but would like to find a better way of creating a collaborative knowledge base for drawings.

    Despite my desire to swap a VW TDI into a Jeep (It has now has been done at least twice, a guy out in Colorado and a tuner company that mainly caters to German cars.), I'm currently busy looking for info about air cooled VW Boxer engines.

    I just think it would be hilarious to see this engine in the back on an old Bug.
    20HP V-Twin Diesel Engine With Electric Start : Carroll Stream Motor Company : www.carrollstream.com
    I see 2 problems in fitting that diesel.

    1) Small industrial engines usually peak a 3600rpm and are governed @ ~3735rpm.

    2) The crankshaft is likely a straight shaft with keyway and it is unlikely the engine design included more than minimal thrust bearing support. Point being it would be difficult to adapt a flywheel with pressure plate and if you did it would likely cause the engine to self destruct.



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    Quote Originally Posted by skullworks View Post
    I see 2 problems in fitting that diesel.

    1) Small industrial engines usually peak a 3600rpm and are governed @ ~3735rpm.

    2) The crankshaft is likely a straight shaft with keyway and it is unlikely the engine design included more than minimal thrust bearing support. Point being it would be difficult to adapt a flywheel with pressure plate and if you did it would likely cause the engine to self destruct.
    1) yes I am aware of the RPM limitations, I have a spreadsheet of the trans gearing. despite the power limitation it may be acceptable.

    2) good point about the thrust bearing, I didn't consider that. Yes the engine I'm looking at has a keyed shaft, but others like it are available with a tapered shaft.

    3) My main interest in this is as a JOKE, but I'm still interested in seeing what it will take to actually make it work.



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    Quote Originally Posted by freefuel View Post
    I have both the small and big block Chrysler bellhousing drawings, plus the slant 6.

    I also have a really fuzzy photo of an AMC V8 blueprint, but it is readable!

    I also have some nice drawings of 4 and 5 cylinder Volkswagen TDI Diesels.

    PM me your email address and I'll send them to anyone who wants them, I'm not interested it setting up a photo hosting account.

    Lastly I'm searching for a BOP Buick/Olds/Pontiac/Cadillac bellhousing bolt pattern drawing.

    P.S. I have a spread sheet listing a pattern for the Mercedes OM617 5 cylinder Diesel
    I know this is an old post but I really need the Mopar bolt pattern.

    Thanks for the help.



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