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Old 12-12-2001, 17:21   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if factory AUII XR8 extractors will fit an EBII XR8 without fouling anything ?
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Nope! AU2's are running GT40p heads which have the spark plug located in a different spot to the E7's. They run a different arrangement of extractor.
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Old 12-12-2001, 18:38   #3 (permalink)
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Nope! AU2's are running GT40p heads which have the spark plug located in a different spot to the E7's. They run a different arrangement of extractor.
I'm not sure of that. I have HM headers on my EL series 1 and they are the same ones that they use for the AU's....
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I'm not sure of that. I have HM headers on my EL series 1 and they are the same ones that they use for the AU's....
Yeah but the EL's use the GT-40P's as well. I am not sure when they started using them, but I think all the 185KW and better engines have them. Would that mean EF series II maybe?? Anyone...??
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Yeah but the EL's use the GT-40P's as well. I am not sure when they started using them, but I think all the 185KW and better engines have them. Would that mean EF series II maybe?? Anyone...??
As i said, mine is a series one and doesn't have GT-40p's...
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Nope! EL2's didn't get GT40p's. The way to tell is to look at the drivers side head, right at the front about 1/2 way down it. There is a little flat panel, and "GTP" is pressed into it.
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