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Old 03-05-2007, 11:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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buick 198 v6 ???

i baught a 198 buick oddfire v6 for a old 48 cj2a project im doing. I was wondering if anyone knows if this engine has the b.o.p pattern? Im wanting to bolt it to a buick turbo 350 trans ? i have searched and not found a whole lot about this engine
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Old 03-05-2007, 11:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yup . . . Same as the 225 'cept an earlier version.
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Old 03-06-2007, 07:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Are you sure? I thought the 198 had the earlier B.O.C. pattern.

http://www.earlycj5.com/tech/engines...ingGuide.shtml
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so does anyone no if theres an adapter to bolt a later style b.o.p to this oddball
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I was under the impression that overhead valve engines do not fit under the hood of the old flat-fender, low-hood jeeps. Or is that only true of inline 4s?
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people put ohv v8s,v6,4s all the time
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Smile Buick 198 V6

Hi, I just happen to have a couple of 198 V6 Bell Housing Adapters to T90 3 spd transmission. Give me PM if you are interestd?????norm
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I was under the impression that overhead valve engines do not fit under the hood of the old flat-fender, low-hood jeeps. Or is that only true of inline 4s?
Even the F-head 4 will fit in place of the L-head if you use a shorter carburetor. The one from an early '60s Ford Falcon with a 6 cylinder is supposed to be the ticket. So the CJ-3B didn't need to exist, had they used the right carburetor.

The Pontiac Iron Duke and Pinto 4s have also found there way into many a flatty.

Mine has a Buick 252 cid (4.1L) even-fire V6 in it and there is plenty of room under the hood.
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Hi, I just happen to have a couple of 198 V6 Bell Housing Adapters to T90 3 spd transmission. Give me PM if you are interestd?????norm
will that bell work with any other trans i might be somewhat interested if it will i pmed you
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