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weight of a WD 45 engine

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MT in Walford

05-05-2008 20:14:24

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Does anyone know the weight of a WD 45 engine with out the exhaust manifold on it?

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05-05-2008 21:06:43

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 Re: weight of a WD 45 engine in reply to MT in Walford, 05-05-2008 20:14:24  
I have a catalog that lists a WD45 long block at 310 lbs. But that would not include things like flywheel or water pump etc.

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MT in Walford

05-06-2008 05:04:56

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 Re: weight of a WD 45 engine in reply to old, 05-05-2008 21:06:43  
Thanks much. I am thinking of building a Pietenpol airplane and they used a Model A Ford engine originally. I was considering using the WD or WD 45 engine on it and wanted to know about how much it weighted. The model A Ford doesn"t weights less, about 240. I thought the WD45 engine would weigh about the same. Thanks OLD for your help.

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MT in Walford

05-06-2008 05:07:04

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 Re: weight of a WD 45 engine in reply to MT in Walford, 05-06-2008 05:04:56  
Correction, the Model A ford does weight less. It weights about 240 or so.

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