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Curt Courtney

03-23-2014 06:20:11

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I was trying to find horse power ratings on the 101 sr and cannot find anything does anyone know

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Ray Mitchler

03-26-2014 20:05:53

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 Re: 101 sr in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-23-2014 06:20:11  
According to the tractor blue book it has 33 HP on the PTO. It weighs 5725 lbs. The 102 SR has 47.9 HP.

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03-24-2014 04:17:47

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 Re: 101 sr in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-23-2014 06:20:11  
I have a MH-MF book by John Farnworth. He says the 101 Sr. usually has Contintntal F244 engine, L-head, 6 cyl., 244 cid, 3.438 bore x 4.375 stroke. He does not mention hp.Rated 3 - 4 ploughs.
But he also says it might have a F226 engine, displacing 226 cid.

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03-23-2014 07:24:37

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 Re: 101 sr in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-23-2014 06:20:11  
This is approx 40 hp. The 44-6 used the same engine, and it was slightly less power than the 4 cylinder counterpart (those were 45).

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Curt Courtney

03-23-2014 07:49:13

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 Re: 101 sr in reply to Gearhead210, 03-23-2014 07:24:37  
Thank you gearhead are there any tricks to get a little more out of them?

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03-23-2014 21:01:50

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 Re: 101 sr in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-23-2014 07:49:13  
Im in the process (kind of) of building one for pulling. They used a slightly different version of this engine in old willys jeeps, ungoverned, using timing chains instead of gears (cam runs opposite direction), downdraft carb, different head design ( ebay "willys super hurricane" to buy a more efficient head that will bolt right on). They rate the exact same displacement at 115hp at 3800 rpms. Moral of the story: put the jeep head on it and rev the $hit out of it. But do put a steel flywheel on it if youre gonna rev it.

If I ever get back to working on mine and finish it, it will have a turbo tucked under the hood.


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03-24-2014 05:37:32

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 Re: 101 sr in reply to gearhead210, 03-23-2014 21:01:50  
Don"t forget Fraser used the same engine also.

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