"H" engine (1900 cc) -- crank specs?

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higgins67
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Car: 1967 1600 Roadster

"H" engine (1900 cc) -- crank specs?

Postby higgins67 » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:50 am

Hello all --

I'm considering a stroker conversion on my '67 1600 Roadster with a 3-main R16 motor.

Can anybody point me to engine specs for the early-60s "H" engine (1900 cc), used in Cedrics, Juniors, etc.?

In particular, I'm looking for standard journal diameters for the mains and rods for the H19 motor?

Many thanks!


MikeRL411
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Re: "H" engine (1900 cc) -- crank specs?

Postby MikeRL411 » Sat Aug 20, 2016 10:31 pm

I sincerely hope that you are aware that the 2 liter stroker conversion is only applicable to the late metric fastener 5 main bearing engine! The SAE fastener 3 main bearing is not up to the stresses of this conversion.

higgins67
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Re: "H" engine (1900 cc) -- crank specs?

Postby higgins67 » Mon Aug 22, 2016 9:12 am

Thanks for the cautionary food for thought! Do you think this would be a general problem, or related more to intended state of tune (grunt vs sustained high revs)?


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