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1000yds

07-07-2007 08:16:40




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How does the engine in a E Gleaner compare to the "K" series?

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big jt

07-07-2007 09:27:49




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 Re: E-Gleaner in reply to 1000yds, 07-07-2007 08:16:40  
The K used the Chevy 250. The 292 was used in the F gassers.

The engine in the K was rated at 85 hp. Not sure in the E but think it is rated in the mid 70's.

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ohio

07-07-2007 09:43:31




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 Re: E-Gleaner in reply to big jt, 07-07-2007 09:27:49  
e uses much more durable (than chevy six) but slightly less powerfull g-226 engine, same as d-17. although, if you look @ the torque curve, the allis 4 has alot more under 2000 rpm. (i've heard something like 300 lb.-ft. @ 850rpm) it also is an almost direct replacement for anything with a 201" or 226" engine. it makes between 50-60 hp, but it has pistons that fall way short of the deck, and compression is easy to come by, and more hp. is easy to come by.

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ohio

07-07-2007 09:43:04




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 Re: E-Gleaner in reply to big jt, 07-07-2007 09:27:49  
e uses much more durable (than chevy six) but slightly less powerfull g-226 engine, same as d-17. although, if you look @ the torque curve, the allis 4 has alot more under 2000 rpm. (i've heard something like 300 lb.-ft. @ 850rpm) it also is an almost direct replacement for anything with a 201" or 226" engine. it makes between 50-60 hp, but it has pistons that fall way shot of the deck, and compression is easy to come by, and more hp. is easy to come by.

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JMS/MN

07-07-2007 09:04:38




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 Re: E-Gleaner in reply to 1000yds, 07-07-2007 08:16:40  
E used the D17 engine, K used a GM six cylinder, something like a 262 or 292.



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