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Old 11-12-2002, 07:36   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for a blueprint engineering diagram with the exact dimensions of the head stud locations for the 4 cylinder 1600 cross flow motor, can anyone help out???
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I'm looking for a blueprint engineering diagram with the exact dimensions of the head stud locations for the 4 cylinder 1600 cross flow motor, can anyone help out???

Why ??? Curious!!!
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Why? Because somebody I know wants this information that's all.
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I would think that the Formula Ford (race car) guys would have this sort of info. Even the CAMS manual may have something as the Fomula ford engine is basically a MkII GT Cortina engine.
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Thanks for the tip bdennis.
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check with the guys at "the works escort" forum,danny should have all the info you need
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