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  1. #1
    delire
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    Engine Spec. Differences

    Besides pistons, camshafts, and cylinders what are the differences between the 2.4 S and E engines? I heard the MFI pump units are different (different cam?) as are the injection stacks (taller?). Are there any differences to the block, crank or rods? I looked in all my books but they don't seem to cover the part details.

    I've stumbled upon a rusty, frozen 72 S motor that could be for sale and I'm wondering if it's worth saving for parts or as a base for building an RS motor.

    Thanks, Chris




  2. #2
    racea911
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    As far as I know,

    the things you have mentioned, including the MFI pump are the only differences between the 2.4 E and S. There are guys here who know alot more about this than me though.

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