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Thread: Making an 8v go fast for cheap. (aka; Budgetbuild)

  1. #41

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    they're the same, I forgot about the washer and ball seat being varying thicknesses to zero out the oil adjustment. I was thinking of the arms in a m117, my bad.
    http://www.startekinfo.com/StarTek/o.../PDF/30005.pdf
    1984 2.3 8v Lorinser - Drift/track competition - "Grønne Pige"
    1984 2.3-16 ECE 5-Speed - Sent to Graveyard - "Steve"
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    1986 2.3-16 NAM 5-Speed - Donor - "Rusty Trumpet"
    1986 2.3-16 NAM Auto - Basket Case - "Phönix"
    1987 2.3-16 NAM VEMS EFI 5-Speed - Track/Canyon - "Dimples"

  2. #42
    Hydraulic shims are the same 102-103 ,102 solid lifters do not have them. I would not be to worried about the size shim you put, in I remember a job I had to rectify 25 years ago the shim was left out and it did about 2500km then started to get noisy not saying leave it out but don't fuss to much about the size shim you get.

  3. #43
    Just in case you misunderstood, M102

    Multi drive belt, V belts as in one for power steer, one for air con , one for alternator, etc.
    Single drive belt, Serpentine one belt does all
    single row timing chain early production adjustable lifters superseded to hydraulic lifters
    Double row timing chain just hydraulic.

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by sprint103 View Post
    Just in case you misunderstood, M102

    Multi drive belt, V belts as in one for power steer, one for air con , one for alternator, etc.
    Single drive belt, Serpentine one belt does all
    single row timing chain early production adjustable lifters superseded to hydraulic lifters
    Double row timing chain just hydraulic.
    I definitely was confused, didn't realize there was 2 belt setups. I thought the only difference was the single or double row timing chain. The engine only has one accessory belt equipped.

    Thanks for the info!

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    hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by _McKnight View Post
    hmmm...
    That clutch looks a little whimpy
    1986 201.034 "Berthilda" 5-speed, Evo II wheels 225/45/17, 400E front swaybar, 400e rear brakes
    1986 201.024 M104 engine, 5-speed Conversion, Updated LE trim console, 400E front sway bar, W202 springs, Limited slip Diff, 16v Steering box, 3" magnaflow exhaust system, 16v body kit, 16v Fuel tank, 16v Brake Booster, 400E calipers, MS2 3.57.
    1993 201.029 Sportline LE.

  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by 202brabus View Post
    That clutch looks a little whimpy
    It's about the same if you said she just has big hands lol...
    The parts in the background are of the large, non merc type.
    Burnt out oe clutch.

  8. #48
    Haven't updated in forever
    Car has been sitting for months, progress has been good but run into simple problems. Will post progress tmr

    Sent from my STUDIO6_0HD using Tapatalk

  9. #49
    Thread revive......

    Any updates???

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