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666 motor????????

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jeremy

03-04-2002 18:45:54




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I was just wondering how much does a 666 motor go for? rebuilt and non rebuilt and where would you find a 666 motor? Just wondering any help would be great.Thanks jeremy




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Matthew

03-06-2002 08:33:02




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 Re: 666 motor???????? in reply to jeremy, 03-04-2002 18:45:54  
I believe the Hydro 70 used these motors D312 I believe. Kind of an oddball but they do start and run very well. I would say any large junk yard or tractor wrecking outfit could fix you up with what you need. Used I would say about $1000-$1500, Rebuilt will be much more maybe $2000-$2800 or so. Is your block cracked? Or is there some other reason you can't rebuilt the engine you have? Or don't you have one and are just looking for one?

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jeremy

03-06-2002 18:11:33




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 Re: Re: 666 motor???????? in reply to Matthew, 03-06-2002 08:33:02  
I'm putting the 312 in a 460 I heard it will bolt up and it would be a very good machine so going to try it.thanks for your help Jeremy



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The Devils Motor

03-05-2002 05:44:29




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 Re: 666 motor???????? in reply to jeremy, 03-04-2002 18:45:54  
Whoa! Sounds like you have one of those "devils" motors to me. I'd get rid of it as fast as you can. You'll rue the day you ever bought it.



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ed

03-06-2002 11:46:23




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 Re: Re: 666 motor???????? in reply to The Devils Motor, 03-05-2002 05:44:29  
The D-312 is a great motor and is part of the D-414 D-436 D-466 family just smaller.

Since this engine had limited application primarily the 666, 686 and hydeo 70 it is a little more expensive to fix then it's larger brothers.

The biggest problem with this or any wet sleve engine is that it can develop sleve pinholes, that allow coolant to get in the oil - Rebuild time.

The rebuild will cost you $2,000 to $2,500 in parts - new sleves, bearings, gaskets, etc.

If you keep that special additive or the special coolant you shouyld have no problems.

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ed

03-06-2002 11:46:19




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 Re: Re: 666 motor???????? in reply to The Devils Motor, 03-05-2002 05:44:29  
The D-312 is a great motor and is part of the D-414 D-436 D-466 family just smaller.

Since this engine had limited application primarily the 666, 686 and hydeo 70 it is a little more expensive to fix then it's larger brothers.

The biggest problem with this or any wet sleve engine is that it can develop sleve pinholes, that allow coolant to get in the oil - Rebuild time.

The rebuild will cost you $2,000 to $2,500 in parts - new sleves, bearings, gaskets, etc.

If you keep that special additive or the special coolant you shouyld have no problems.

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ed

03-06-2002 11:45:10




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 Re: Re: 666 motor???????? in reply to The Devils Motor, 03-05-2002 05:44:29  
The D-312 is a great motor and is part of the D-414 D-436 D-466 family just smaller.

Since this engine had limited application primarily the 666, 686 and hydeo 70 it is a little more expensive to fix then it's larger brothers.

The biggest problem with this or any wet sleve engine is that it can develop sleve pinholes, that allow coolant to get in the oil - Rebuild time.

The rebuild will cost you $2,000 to $2,500 in parts - new sleves, bearings, gaskets, etc.

If you keep that special additive or the special coolant you shouyld have no problems.

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