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    Question Need the 1982 3.3L engine specs from the factory shop manual

    Mine is a 1979 3.3L and I do have the factory shop manual on CD. I'm getting the large log cylinder head from an 1982 Zephyr 3.3L to mount a tri-carb setup. To pick the right cam, head grind, Compression Ratios, etc. and do the calculations, I need those 2 pages. Since the CD version is a PDF, I used the Print Screen key to capture each page at 80% and then used Paint.net to make the pages into JPGs.

    Its a free download. Makes MS Paint look like a Model T.
    http://www.getpaint.net/

    According to Classic Inlines' specs, the Chamber size for mine is 62 CCs, according to the factory specs, its 57 to 60. These are picky engines, and I need precise info. Anyone have those pages for the 1981 to 1982 I6s, please?

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    http://classicinlines.com/SmallSixSpecs.asp
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    Stormin' Norman, here ya go, 1981 200cid/3.3-litre specs for you!
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    aka Terry M Walsh
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    1983 Ford Capri, 2.8i, 5-spd

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    Awesome! Thanks.

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    1979 Ford Fairmont 4-Eyed Squire (Mexican-Built) 3.3 I6 (200 CID) 4-Speed SROD Trans, Tri-Power

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormin' Norman View Post
    Awesome! Thanks.

    Just found a neat site you might enjoy. They scan all kinds of DIY sites looking for homemade tools, like a pushrod measurement tool or 563 other automotive DIY tools? and woodworking, and ... you name it!

    http://www.homemadetools.net/tag/push-rod

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    Too much fun!
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    very nice thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monty78 View Post
    very nice thank you.
    You're welcome, enjoy

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