Re: Help ID engine
A 722F block isn't an RS3100 one, but it is probably an updated 3-litre one, possibly designed for the 'D' port heads. The last V6s built with updated 165bhp engines were 722M code and the standard V6 was a 702 block. There should be 3 sets of numbers, one the engine number e.g.. JE1234C or CK17ME34999P, another the build date e.g.. 2 9 25 and a third e.g. 30 or similar. IS there a third flat area or not? The T number could be a re-number by the Tasmanian Police as in Victoria they use that method e.g.. V123456P. Where the BBB BBB is would be the build date but this has also been machined off and replaced. You could try measuring a piston or the bore and look at the heads for the 'D' inlet ports, as opposed to the standard 'O' or oval ports. Either way you probably need to get onto the TAS road authority and try to track that T engine number. Good luck!
'83 Mk.3 Capri, 2.8i, 5-spd