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Old 12-29-2003, 23:00   #1 (permalink)
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are EA OHC crossflows??!!!

are EA OHC motors, crossflows?

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Yes.

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Yes all from XC onward i think were crossflow
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Re: are EA OHC crossflows??!!!

yeah, alot of people call 250ci ford 6's xflows, but any engine that has its inlet on 1 side and exhaust on the other side of the head is a crossflow.
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Re: are EA OHC crossflows??!!!

I thought X-Flows ended, at least that's what someone told me! Stupid thing.
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Re: are EA OHC crossflows??!!!

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yeah, alot of people call 250ci ford 6's xflows,

but any engine that has its inlet on 1 side and exhaust on the other side of the head is a crossflow.
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Actually that was about the time they called them 4.1's Metric...XC ...
And X flo from then on....
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Re: are EA OHC crossflows??!!!

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I thought X-Flows ended, at least that's what someone told me! Stupid thing.
well. the old 200-250's etc, that were referred to as crossflows have ended, but as for the question about ea ohc, yes they r x-flow, but they just arent referred to as this... the old motors were know by that name cos' being x-flow was an upgrade over the previous non x-flow
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Crossflow is a head design rather than a type of head.
Very few headsare not cross flow now days, even lawn mowers, whipper snippers etc.
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