Thanks for the reply to my question.
Does an 18V perform better, worse, or not much difference as compared to
prior non-18V engines in the 68-71 years.
> just like any other model year changes,
> cams, compression ratios, emissions
> and breathing plumbing and etc are
> the only differences. It'll still bolt right in.
> All the plumbing and such is strictly up
> to what ancillaries you've mounted
> and how you prefer to rig up crankcase
> venting, anti-run, etc etc.
> They all used dual HS4's, but different
> model (mech & vac) distributors.
> Paul Tegler
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Don Malling" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, September 13, 2002 11:20 PM
> Subject: 18V engine
> > What is the difference between an 18V engine and the previous engine.
> > I understand 18V came in mid 71. If I get a 68-71 parts car for my BMH
> > body shell and it doesn't have an 18V, should I be concerned? Should I
> > wait to find an 18V engine? Will an 18V bolt right into a non 18V car?
> > Thanks,
> > Don Malling
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