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2019/10/15 07:20:33 (permalink)
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Please help engine identification

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    Wiggy333
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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/10/15 08:05:38 (permalink)
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    That's Older Oval port motor casting. Dport says 722
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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/10/15 09:36:00 (permalink)
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    What’s the engine number stamped on it
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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/10/15 11:11:31 (permalink)
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    The standard Capri V6 engine used in Australia was the 702F 6015 AA, with the 702M 6049 AA 'oval' port heads. These were used on all Australian assembled V6 Capri's from Jan, 1970 through to Nov, 1972. In the UK, they received a 'Facelift' Capri which then used a 722F 6015 BA engine, with the 722M 6090 DA 'D' port heads. We never received the 'Facelift' Capri in Australia. Terry

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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/10/16 16:28:05 (permalink)
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    Thanks for any help already

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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/10/20 20:05:35 (permalink)
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    They are just standard v6 heads. I have 2-3 pairs of the same at home.
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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/10/20 20:41:30 (permalink)
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    Those heads are Oval Port Heads.  Not D Port Heads.  Not "Special" heads. Stock standard regular heads.

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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/11/08 19:44:18 (permalink)
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    Hi,
    I continue to read about "AA" and "AB" , yet I still haven't seen these letters, before or after numbers on any parts that I've looked at. Looking into the engine is 1D.

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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/11/08 22:58:55 (permalink)
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    OK, not sure where your finding the AA and AB references from but here's the section for Engines from the Australian Capri parts manual. Have a look through this to see if you can identify all your bits and pieces.

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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/11/09 18:23:58 (permalink)
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    AA and AB relate to 1300cc and 1600cc respectively on Kent 4 cyls

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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/11/09 20:21:49 (permalink)
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    I do appreciate any help from you all, I have done some research, not really able to make sense of it all. No help from my father he either doesn't know or doesn't care. And as for his phone...,.he's probably picked it up from kmart, can't open any files you have all posted. I'll look over it all tomorrow night when I'm back home with mum.
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    Re: Please help engine identification 2019/11/09 23:26:55 (permalink)
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    gtv6capri
    AA and AB relate to 1300cc and 1600cc respectively on Kent 4 cyls

    John, I just posted the V6 extractor part numbers on another topic "138hp and 165hp" and as you'll see those part numbers end in "AA" and "AB". There are also other V6 part numbers that use the "AA" in the parts catalog as well and you're right the "AA" letters are also used on 1600cc parts throughout the engine parts section posted above too. I think we're on a wild goose chase here!

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