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Offline EAGLER

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eagler´s 1980 engine
« on: June 09, 2012, 01:46:39 PM »
this is the engine of my beloved eagle,hope you like it. cheers. btw i already did the tfi upgrade it runs great

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Re: eagler´s 1980 engine
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2012, 02:45:20 PM »
I like how there isn't a big mess of vacuum lines. You're always in 4WD, right? :)
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AMC 258C {R2:27.Jun.13}
Carter 2681 {R2:28.Oct.12}
TorqueFlite A998 {R6: -20.Apr.12}
NP129 {R2:28.Apr.12}
M35-273 {???}
Compression: 0
Corrected Idle: 0RPM

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Re: eagler´s 1980 engine
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2012, 03:54:25 PM »
actually it is a non feedback carb and no emission devices but the cat.this is the np119 transfer case so it is all the time 4 wheel drive
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Re: eagler´s 1980 engine
« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2012, 06:10:04 PM »
I pulled one of these early birds apart a few months ago and found similar results. Carb had no feedback but still managed to be absolute junk(stripped screws). The 119 was the introduction to this 4WD system but I never got a look at the front differential. How are these set up to be constantly engaged? I know there wasn't a vacuum.
1983 Limited
AMC 258C {R2:27.Jun.13}
Carter 2681 {R2:28.Oct.12}
TorqueFlite A998 {R6: -20.Apr.12}
NP129 {R2:28.Apr.12}
M35-273 {???}
Compression: 0
Corrected Idle: 0RPM

Rebuild:
???

 

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