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FS: 1100 Engine

Postby badboypolar » Mon Aug 10, 2009 1:37 pm

Located in San Diego, CA. Shiping at your expense, probably in the $200 range, I'm guessing. Prefer pick up.

Not sure about year or mileage.
No engine serial stamp.
Distributor is busted.
Very dirty, needs power wash.
Has clutch and flywheel.
Crank turns freely.

Otherwise condition is unknown.

Willing to trade for Bugeye parts.

Send offer.
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby Sprite33 » Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:38 pm

Is it the 2" main block? Are you asking $200 for it or is that you estimate of shipping?
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby badboypolar » Wed Aug 19, 2009 11:25 am

$200 is the shipping estimate. I'm taking reasonable offers, including trades for 1275 parts and a ribcase tranny.

How can I tell if it is a 2" main black? PM me an email address and I'll email you the pictures.
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby badboypolar » Wed Aug 19, 2009 11:27 am

And since your close we could meet half way or you could just come down and get it.
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby Charlie Tolman » Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:53 pm

You might have to remove the oil pan to determine the crankshaft main journal diameter.

If you know for sure that the original head is on the engine, then a 12G206 head would match up with 1.75" main journals, and a 12G295 head - - - 2.00".

Does anyone know if the flywheel to crankshaft flange bolt circle diameter is different for these two different 1100 engines?

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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby Sprite33 » Thu Aug 20, 2009 6:55 pm

I know they call the block with the 2" mains a 10CC block but I don't think it is marked on the block. I know my 2" main blocks have casting numbers of 12G 432 on the left side at the rear under the oil pick up galley bulge. I don't have a 1.75" main block to compare casting numbers to see if they are different.
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby JB » Fri Aug 21, 2009 5:00 pm

Mr. Polar...........

sent you an e-mail. Reply with your phone or call me weekday mornings at 5416484 in the 714 area.
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby JB » Fri Aug 21, 2009 5:05 pm

Gary and Charlie.............

Flywheel register hole in the 2" main 10CC is 2.00"
" " " " " 1 3/4" main 10CG is 1.750"

also the flywheel attaching bolt circle is bigger in the 10CC.

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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby Sprite33 » Fri Aug 21, 2009 5:39 pm

JB, that is good to know. Thanks.
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby Charlie Tolman » Sat Aug 22, 2009 12:20 am

Sprite 33:

Thanks for the information about the casting number on the lower left portion of the block. I had forgotten about that number.

JB:

Thanks for the information about the flywheel register circle step on the crankshaft flange. The correlation with the main journal size is very easy to remember.
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On the old 1098 10CC block in the garage (2.00" main journals), the casting number is the same as listed above, the flywheel register circle on the crank is indeed 2.00", and the flywheel to crank bolt circle has a diameter near 2.725".

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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby badboypolar » Tue Sep 01, 2009 2:17 pm

Just go tback from out of town. Will Call you this week. Sorry for the delay.
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Re: FS: 1100 Engine

Postby Bill Masquelier » Sun Nov 01, 2009 11:16 am

I also have an extra 10CC engine (along with 2 206 heads and 2 295 heads).
The crank is zero/zero and the block is STD
I got the engine parts with a partscar that I just picked-up, the engine was completely disassembled and I just put the pieces together (using oilsoaked paper towel for crank bearings) to save space.
If anyone wants it it is in the Seattle area and I am asking $100.00 for everything (including the 4 heads).
No carbs nor distributers included.

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