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Hey guys , i recently recived 2 free engines from a guy who had them in his garage for 30 years
I am not sure if theY are 1600 cc as i was told
One motor is complete the other has a head missing
The complete motor has the following sighns on the head




The other motor i can only find a symbal on the back on the block it appears to be a square with a diagnol line






Photo of both motors


 

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The one with the head on is 2.0 liter


Take the cardboard of the other one :grin2:
 

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Thanks
Heres the other one with no head




Thanks for the help
I did take messurment from the one with out the heads sleeve and it seems to be bigger then the 1600
 

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Well ..it has mechanical fuel pump and a spin on oil filter I say it's a Euro motor.

What the diameter of the pistons?

78mm=1600
80mm=1750
84mm=2000
 

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It was 83 point 8 or something close to those figures so i guess it must be 2.0
I needed to know for sure to get the correct head for it
 

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1600 and 1750 have oil filter on the block in a canister, 2000 has a spin-on filter on the front cover. 1600 and 1750 have 8-bolt crank, 2000 has 6-bolt.

Andrew
 

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okay thank you but strange thing is the following
The one with the head and says its a 2.0 has a 8 bolt flywheel and the one without a head has a 6bolt fly wheel

Hopefully someone can help thanks
 

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1600 and 1750 have oil filter on the block in a canister, 2000 has a spin-on filter on the front cover. 1600 and 1750 have 8-bolt crank, 2000 has 6-bolt.

Andrew
Alfetta 1800 has spin on filter, mech pump and 6 bolt crank too.

The one with the head on looks shorter between the top of the water pump and the top of the block than the headless motor - could be it's a 2l head slapped onto a smaller engine?
 

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I thought the same , but i also thought you cant put 2.0 head on a smaller block , i guess the only way to find out is going to be to take the head off and check the piston sleeve size
 

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The 00512 engine, the one without the head, is a European version 2000cc. The 00526/A is a 1600cc as is the head (a square within a circle symbol). The 1600 also appears to be post 1970/71 as it has a spin-on oil filter and a letter (F) in the sequential serial number.
 

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Thank you alot , its been bugging me for a while now , so the 2.0 in a circle does not mean its a 2.0 ?
Anyways thanks alot
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From memory, I'd go with the Giulia Super (model 10526) as well. I believe the Jrs were fitted with 00530 engines.
 

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OK thanks for the help , was a bit disappointed was hoping it was both 2000 engines , would you guys say the Giulia super is rare? How much would you value the 1600 engine planing on rebuilding it selling it and rebuild 2.0 and keep it for my 1600 alfa gt junior
 

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Thank you guys i just got confirmation from that Marco Fazio that the one with the head is a 1600 like you guys said and the one without head is 2000

Thank you
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Hi Mikethree

The engine with no head is a 2ltr engine, circle with a square and line through it. The other engine with the head is a 1600 engine, circle with a square in it. The 2ltr engine is from a 1973 Berlina. The 1600 engine I will check up on the number on Tuesday ( holiday here at the moment). Ignore the numbers on the engines and blocks as these are casting numbers.
 
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