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Fiat X1/9 X19 Sohc High Performance Engine Building Kit (1300/1500) Kit B on 2040-parts.com

AU $3,300.00
Location:

Perth, WA, Australia

Perth, WA, Australia
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Brand:Unbranded/Generic UPC:Does not apply

Kit B. 1500 Sportsman.

All the major parts you need to build a more track performance oriented 1500 sohc. The combination of a Tipo BVH, High Compression Mondial pistons, a modified 1500 euro inlet manifold to suit your choice of DCNF* and a new Pittatore 33/73 9.4 lift cam make this a well rounded top end street and track day engine. 2 kits available. 
(*40 or 42 dcnf carb available at extra cost)

Kit B contains.

1 x NEW in the box Tipo cylinder head. (chinese manufacture) Comes complete with new TRW valves, new OE valve springs, collets, retainers, springs seats, spring shim (x 8) 39.6/31 valve sizes

1 x Set NEW Mondial 8551 pistons 87.00 size 35.3CH 1.6mm dome. incl rings, pins, clips. Pistons have been flycut to suit the larger inlet. Pins supplied are Ross lightweight.

1 x Cam.  NEW Pittatore 33/77 9.40 (B22/12B) cam.

1 x (bare) DCNF modified 1500 euro inlet manifold.

1 x Engine gasket kit, Hi Quality Italian OEM or OE gaskets.

1 x ARP head stud kit (10 or 14 bolt M10 fasteners) and tension tool.

1 x tipo/x19 thermostat adaptor.

Kit B price $3300au plus shipping worldwide, packaged weight is just under 20kg. Please ignore the listed postage cost and wait for me to send you an invoice with the correct postage amount for your location.

These engine building kits can be added to and changed to suit your personal requirements, just message me and I'll do my best to tailor a package to suit your needs. NOS 1500 style euro cylinder heads also available, larger valve seats and larger valve sizes can be fitted, professional cylinder porting and gas flow testing facilities available. I have over 30 years experience building and modifying these engines.

I have many more high quality and performance parts available for the Fiat SOHC engine. ARP head stud and main stud kits, GMB water pumps, OE Fiat oil pumps, Graf timing and oil pump drive gears, Akron silicone engine seals, Pirelli timing belts, Fitchel and Sachs clutches and much more, just enquire.

for lots more info on Fiat SOHC performance engine building visit http://xwebforums.org/showthread.php?mode=hybrid&t=22546

For buyers withing Australia payment by bank deposit is preferred.


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