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also, if it's just weight you're concerned about, the aluminum 4.6L Rover ( derived from the Buick 215 ) would probably give you your best bang for the
however the engine size with auto tranny adds more weight on the front end then a 198.
really? i thought the 198 was cast iron?
The third option would be to use a heavier weight oil, which somebody will surely suggest, but only disguises the excess clearance problem. A thorough
Thanks for the reply and info........I'm using a 198 because it is something you don't see often and I'm installing it to a trike frame that I've designed
don't see many of those.
that's in the same family as the Buick 300 / 350 v8 and 231 v6.
the Buick v8s were in production up