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#1 BigAidy

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Posted 11 January 2024 - 12:07 PM

Hi I am needing help with identifying two engines I have bought recently any infomation would be much appreciated! The below numbers were found on the block

 

 

1015/8632  (First Engine)

 

99h834aj/h5474  (Second Engine)

 

 



#2 MatthewsDad

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Posted 11 January 2024 - 01:06 PM

Minimania has a detailed schedule and explanation of chassis and engine numbers.

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Posted 11 January 2024 - 01:12 PM

try guess works engine and gearbox decoder



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Posted 11 January 2024 - 05:02 PM

Pictures would be good.

 

first number is not as expected. Might be a local thing.

 

second is a 998.



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Posted 11 January 2024 - 05:03 PM

The first one (1015) is an Aussie built 1100 engine, they were fitted to the Mini (Clubman) range at the time, it would be a 1974 or 75 fitting, built to ADR27. Rod, 4 Synchro Gearbox, standard ratio, 3.44 final drive

The second (99H) is a fully imported Built Up Unit from the UK to meet ADR27A, fitted to Mini and Moke Range. These had a Rod Shift Gearbox, standard gear ratios. For the Mini, they had a 3.44 final drive and for the Moke, 4.2.



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Posted 13 January 2024 - 11:35 AM

The first one (1015) is an Aussie built 1100 engine, they were fitted to the Mini (Clubman) range at the time, it would be a 1974 or 75 fitting, built to ADR27. Rod, 4 Synchro Gearbox, standard ratio, 3.44 final drive

The second (99H) is a fully imported Built Up Unit from the UK to meet ADR27A, fitted to Mini and Moke Range. These had a Rod Shift Gearbox, standard gear ratios. For the Mini, they had a 3.44 final drive and for the Moke, 4.2.

Thank you for the info spider!







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