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Curt Courtney

03-24-2014 16:35:07
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Wondering what engines would bolt right in where a 226 continental was in an 101 sr




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fdt860

03-25-2014 04:34:46
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 Re: engine fits 101 sr in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-24-2014 16:35:07  
Chrysler 265 would fit right on in a 101 super, but the tub is not the same. The 226-244 have a flat adaptor plate between the clutch housing and the engine. I believe you can put any engine in there that require a plate like that, just make a different one (laser cut + machining), adapting clutch is the most difficult part.

I will start soon on a Pontiac straight 8 on 44 with stuck engine, making a 44-8. Sounds like it will fit.

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Dean

03-25-2014 11:49:43
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 Re: engine fits 101 sr in reply to fdt860, 03-25-2014 04:34:46  
Sounds like a neat project but I believe that the Pontiac straight eight is only 259 CI.

They do, however, use a 2V carburetor and were offered with "high compression" cylinder head.

Automotive performance with the 4 speed hydramatic was not bad in its day.

Dean



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bruce colbourne

03-24-2014 19:00:42
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 Re: engine fits 101 sr in reply to Curt Courtney, 03-24-2014 16:35:07  
What size and make of engine were you thinking of using instead of the continental.You could put a any four or six cylinder engine in or a v-6 or v-8.It depends on how much changing and adapting you want to do.The original engine for the 101 senior gas is a continental 226 cubic inch engine.The 44-6 also used the 226 continental engine.



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rustred

03-24-2014 20:53:00
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 Re: engine fits 101 sr in reply to bruce colbourne, 03-24-2014 19:00:42  
he did say, "bolt right in". so would a 265 flathead Chrysler bolt right in?



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smokeshow

03-25-2014 06:22:36
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 Re: engine fits 101 sr in reply to rustred, 03-24-2014 20:53:00  
Yes, the 265 will bolt right in. You need to use the super 101 bellhousing and input shaft. If I were you use the contential 330ci flat head.



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