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Old April 12th, 2012, 06:14 PM   #1
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Can I put a 86 22re head on a 85 22r block?

I spun another rod bearing now i need to get a block in soon can I have the 22r block done up and put the 22re hesd and stuff on that block?
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Old April 12th, 2012, 07:37 PM   #2
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My buddy has two 22r motors for sale if you are interested PM me for more info I can bring the motors to Big Rapids if that helps
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I spun another rod bearing now i need to get a block in soon can I have the 22r block done up and put the 22re hesd and stuff on that block?
if its an 85 22R, it should be the same style block, so yes. 85+ = short deck, 84 down = tall deck.

But the 85 22R head should just accept your EFI intake without swapping the head. Starting in mid 1983, the EFI mounting bosses were there and by 85 they should all be drilled and tapped already.

That might save you a bit of work.
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Old April 13th, 2012, 07:26 PM   #4
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ya that does. This means I can have my old 22r block and head at the machine shop while my 22re can stay in my buggy til I'm ready to swap the intake and all the goodies. Thanks guys!

To the guy with the motors- Thanks but I have a couple of 22re's already and am looking to get rid of one actually
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