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    okay that helps....I've looked at new or rebuilt powerheads but they come bare so I'd need a donor engine to get all the bolt on stuff (fuel, electronics, flywheel, etc) if I went to EFI, or if the parts off my 2.4 175 would bolt on but would that be restricting any gains from going from 2.4 to 2.5L?

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    "FF" blocks are more desirable if you are gonna do some porting mods to the block IMO. If you ran a bone stock "EE" against a bone stock "FF", not gonna notice much of a difference if any at all. Slap a 2.5 200 on there with some cut heads, good tuner and a good set of wh 22's or wh 46's carbs. Let'er eat!

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    Does your motor have a water cooled regulator or rectifier?

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    I thought I seen the ee block was a 175

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    No idea, how would I identify that?

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    "cc" 175

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    Water cooled regulator would be behind coils. All of your electrics will swap unless you have a water cooled regulator. no big deal though, you can just run a rectifier instead. Very cheap. give me serial number and I can look it up

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    0c218563

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    Water cooled, 40 amp. All of your electrics will swap, but the regulator. You will have to get two new smaller regulators for the 2.5. I figured your motor was a 16 amp, but is 40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullet123 View Post
    "cc" 175
    Ahh u r correct but ff is only one matched to promax ,according to Perry (wrenchin) I found the post but I'm not good enough on compiter/phone to move it to this thread

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    Yes, porting is close. All im saying is a stock "EE" will run ride beside an "FF". If you are planning on doing port and chest work, "FF" is better starting point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullet123 View Post
    "FF" blocks are more desirable if you are gonna do some porting mods to the block IMO. If you ran a bone stock "EE" against a bone stock "FF", not gonna notice much of a difference if any at all. Slap a 2.5 200 on there with some cut heads, good tuner and a good set of wh 22's or wh 46's carbs. Let'er eat!
    this sounds like the way for me to fly then but will it fit under my stock 175 drop on cowl? If it will, any chance someone could furnish me part numbers of what I need to obtain to make this a reality?

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    Do you have a clamshell cowl? splits down the middle when you take it off?

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    no, it has three latches...one in the front center and one at each rear corner.

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    It should work fine. I thought I read on here you had a clamshell.

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