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C200 engine in an M?

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Phil Tibbetts

03-04-2017 14:35:12




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Will a C200 engine from a 544 bolt up to a M rear without a hassle?




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George 3

03-05-2017 09:41:40




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 Re: C200 engine in an M? in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 03-04-2017 14:35:12  
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Go to Red Power Magazine - General. There is a person looking to buy a C200 for his 544. You may be able to strike a deal with him to sell the C200. Then you are free to go find a more suitable engine. Good Luck.



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Phil Tibbetts

03-04-2017 18:43:25




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 Re: C200 engine in an M? in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 03-04-2017 14:35:12  
I guess it don't sound feasible. I have a good C200 engine and was hoping to find a M rear to mate it to.



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RBoots

03-04-2017 20:58:36




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 Re: C200 engine in an M? in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 03-04-2017 18:43:25  
Phil, I think it would be plenty doable, pretty sure you would just need the 560 parts I mentioned.

Ross



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RBoots

03-04-2017 18:24:54




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 Re: C200 engine in an M? in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 03-04-2017 14:35:12  
Sorry about the sideways, upside down, double pictures... I give up



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RBoots

03-04-2017 18:24:08




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 Re: C200 engine in an M? in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 03-04-2017 14:35:12  
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Well, I don't know. A C200 is essentially a C263,C291, or C301, minus 2 cylinders, from what I remember. Pete 23 would probably know, he knows pretty much everything about that older stuff. Anyway, how about a link to putting a C263 in an M? Everything should be the same on both ends of the engine I would think, except for the heavy cast oil pan on the C200. A 560 front cover would have the more appropriate looking front engine mounts. Now, I'm assuming you would just have to modify the rear engine plate of the M to fit on the C200. In searching around, it looks like you would use a 560 flywheel and pressure plate, with a Super M disc. And for a starter that works, it looks like if you used a Super M clutch housing with a 3 bolt starter hole and a 560 starter, that ***may*** work. I don't know if you'd have to use a rear plate off a 560, or modify the one off the M. The pictures above are some I found online. The M has a C301 with 706 I believe. And some pictures of the rear plates of a C200 from a 674 and a C248 from an M, and a C263 from a 560. Pay close attention to the inner plate to block mounting holes on all of them, and the outer plate to bellhousing bolt pattern on the stamped steel ones. I thinkk it would be a doable project, and an interesting one at that.

Ross

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High Octane

03-05-2017 09:15:51




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 Re: C200 engine in an M? in reply to RBoots, 03-04-2017 18:24:08  
It will go in. I'd go trade the 200 for a 6 cyl. Lol. 6 in a H is a fun one too.



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Janicholson

03-04-2017 15:08:49




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 Re: C200 engine in an M? in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 03-04-2017 14:35:12  
No they are very different engine series and would require machining, custom parts, and enginuity. Jim



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