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Old 12-20-2003, 23:04   #1 (permalink)
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2V or 4V?

hi all
just wondering how to check if your clevo is a 2V or 4V... if there is a way of telling it would be great if you could help
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Old 12-21-2003, 04:03   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 2V or 4V?

if it is in the car and u cant see the exhaust ports there will be a 4 stamped around the rocker cover bead on the outside edge of the cover inbetween the head and manifold.

There are other variations but this one is common, if the heads are off the car its easy to pick.
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ok, just about to take some pics to show you i dont know wot u mean, maybe someone can see it by visualisation, host the pics in a sec
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Re: 2V or 4V?






theres the pics of the covers, dont know how to tell, wouldnt have a clue

(the old girls not in the best lookin nick, but should be rebuilt soon )
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ok where i have put the arrows there will be a rasied 4 it should be on the corner of the head where the roceker cover rounds of but head stays square.
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Old 12-21-2003, 19:07   #6 (permalink)
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Re: 2V or 4V?

Looks like a 2V to me. I go by the manifold runners. A 4V manifold is quite distinct.

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Re: 2V or 4V?

unless you have after market or incorrect manifold in which case u need to look at the casting on the head
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Old 12-22-2003, 02:58   #8 (permalink)
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Re: 2V or 4V?

A red motor in a blue oval? The ultimate cardinal sin! Promise us you will paint it blue or anything but red when you do her up!
When you pull the heads off you may even find 4v valves in your 2v heads if someone has done her up
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hahaha sorry fellas my bad, when we pulled her out the first time she was blue, and my dad painted her read !!!!!! i didnt know what he was thinkin hehe, yeh when i get the heads done and 351 crank shaft in ill be sure to paint her blue again

edit: it was originally an auto and has been cylinder bored 20 thou? something like that, somone told me that the 2v's had lower compression which suited the autos better?
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incorrect 2v's came in high and low compression ( open and closed chamber)
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