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<p>Page created by T Oct 16th 2007:</p><p>[http://www.oldholden.com/possible/index.php/General_information#Engine.2C_Engine_Bay_and_Ignition Back to the Engine Section] </p><p>[[Image:Picture_1_preview.jpg|thumb|202&nbsp;Crankshaft Rear Oil Seal.&nbsp;Refer to Ben Simpson's post. Click to enlargen. Photo by SickHG.]]&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><div class="submitted">==Blue Crank in a Red Six:==</div><p class="title"><a href="http://www.oldholden.com/node/53606#comment-259476" class="active">Answers</a></p><div class="submitted">Submitted by <a href="http://www.oldholden.com/user/4761" title="View user profile.">T</a> on Sun, 14/10/2007 - 13:30.</div><div class="content"><p>hi guys i just have some questions about 202's</p><p>1: will the crank from a blue 202 fit a red 202?<br />Yes. The block and seal type will determine whether the crank is fully compatible or not.</p><p>2: what is a rope seal and niopreen seal crank?<br />See the link to the page.<br />3: how do i know which one i have and what difference does it make?<br />One is larger than the other. Each crank requires the appropriate seal.<br />4: will pistons and rods from blue 202's fit into the red 202's?<br />Yes.<br />5: what are star fire con rods?<br />Conrods that were originally fitted to Starfire engines. They are considered favourable.</p><p>to any one that can answer these questions please help me out<br />thanks in advance</p><p>TC</p><p>T</p></div><div class="submitted">Submitted by <a href="http://oldholden.com/user/5038" title="View user profile.">ben simpson</a> on Fri, 17/08/2007 - 22:01.</div><div class="content"><p>thats a neo block there. i think you'll find the sealing surface of the crank is bigger in diameter on a rope crank than the neo ones. </p><p>End of Ben Simpson's submission.</p>&nbsp;</div><p>===Links:===</p><p>[http://holdenpaedia.oldholden.com/Rear_Oil_Seal Rear Oil Seal]</p><p>[http://www.oldholden.com/node/53606 Thread]</p><br /><p>===Terms:===[http://holdenpaedia.oldholden.com/Terms Terms]</p><p>[http://www.oldholden.com/possible/index.php/General_information#Engine.2C_Engine_Bay_and_Ignition Back to the Engine Section] </p><p>[[Category: Engine]] </p>
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</div><p class="title"><a href="http://www.oldholden.com/node/53606#comment-259476" class="active">Answers</a><div class="submitted">Submitted by <a href="http://www.oldholden.com/user/4761" title="View user profile.">T</a> on Sun, 14/10/2007 - 13:30.</div><div class="content">hi guys i just have some questions about 202's1: will the crank from a blue 202 fit a red 202?<br />Yes. The block and seal type will determine whether the crank is fully compatible or not.2: what is a rope seal and niopreen seal crank?<br />See the link to the page.<br />3: how do i know which one i have and what difference does it make?<br />One is larger than the other. Each crank requires the appropriate seal.<br />4: will pistons and rods from blue 202's fit into the red 202's?<br />Yes.<br />5: what are star fire con rods?<br />Conrods that were originally fitted to Starfire engines. They are considered favourable.to any one that can answer these questions please help me out<br />thanks in advanceTCT</div><div class="submitted">Submitted by <a href="http://oldholden.com/user/5038"
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title="View user profile.">ben simpson</a> on Fri, 17/08/2007 - 22:01.</div><div class="content">thats a neo block there. i think you'll find the sealing surface of the crank is bigger in diameter on a rope crank than the neo ones. End of Ben Simpson's submission.</div><div class="content">&nbsp;</div><div class="content">
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===Starfire Con Rods:===
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</div><div class="content">The Con Rods used in Starfire 4 Cylinder Engines are considered desirable to use from the weight/strength perspective.</div><div class="content">&nbsp;</div><div class="content">These Con Rods are the same as those used in Blue and Black Six Cylinder Engines.</div><div class="content">&nbsp; <br /></div>
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[http://www.oldholden.com/node/53606 Thread]
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[http://gallery.oldholden.com/Stuart/202_Build_09 Black Crank Into 202 Stuart's Shed] <br />
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202 Crankshaft Rear Oil Seal. Refer to Ben Simpson's post. Click to enlargen. Photo by SickHG.
  

Answers

hi guys i just have some questions about 202's1: will the crank from a blue 202 fit a red 202?
Yes. The block and seal type will determine whether the crank is fully compatible or not.2: what is a rope seal and niopreen seal crank?
See the link to the page.
3: how do i know which one i have and what difference does it make?
One is larger than the other. Each crank requires the appropriate seal.
4: will pistons and rods from blue 202's fit into the red 202's?
Yes.
5: what are star fire con rods?
Conrods that were originally fitted to Starfire engines. They are considered favourable.to any one that can answer these questions please help me out
thanks in advanceTCT
thats a neo block there. i think you'll find the sealing surface of the crank is bigger in diameter on a rope crank than the neo ones. End of Ben Simpson's submission.
 

Starfire Con Rods:

The Con Rods used in Starfire 4 Cylinder Engines are considered desirable to use from the weight/strength perspective.
 
These Con Rods are the same as those used in Blue and Black Six Cylinder Engines.
 

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Rear Oil Seal

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Black Crank Into 202 Stuart's Shed

Terms:

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