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Exterior Dimentions and Weight

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Exterior Dimentions and Weight

Post #1 by tabrinn » Thu Feb 21, 2008 1:29 am

Yes... I did a search! I know it's here somewhere. Do any of you guys have the Length, Width, and Weight of the 200?

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Post #2 by 350kmileford » Thu Feb 21, 2008 1:51 am

I just ran out to the garage and measured my 200 block on the engine stand.

Length: 26 5/16"

Width: 13 5/16" (widest part of block, outside bellhousing mounts

Height: 7 31/32"

Those are pretty close... Weight=?

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Post #3 by tabrinn » Fri Feb 22, 2008 12:40 am

Thanks for the help 350kmileford.

Now does anyone know the weight?

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Post #4 by Inline6Merc » Fri Feb 22, 2008 12:48 am

about 385lb's
64 Mercury Comet 204c.i.
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Post #5 by tabrinn » Fri Feb 22, 2008 1:11 am

Super! Accessories (A/C, Pwr steering pump, ect.) not included right? How much do you think can be taken off with the swap to the new aluminum head and some headers?

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Post #6 by tabrinn » Fri Feb 22, 2008 1:15 am

350kmileford, what's the height of the whole engine from the bottom of the pan to top of the valve cover? Sorry, I should of been a little more specific.

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Post #7 by Does10s » Fri Feb 22, 2008 8:56 am

At only 8" tall, that's just the block.

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Post #8 by eeyore » Sun May 18, 2008 2:51 pm

I'm going to high jack this thread a little to keep from reiterating what's already been said, I too have done searches and not found too much so here goes.

I'm looking at putting the small six in a hooded streetrod, I haven't decided on a 200 or 250 yet. I'm OK with the carbs (planning 3) poking out the hood, but I'm concerned with the vave cover height. I would really like to know the height at the top of the valve cover to the bottom of the pan and maybe something to the crank centerline too. I know the 250 is taller, but I always hear 2" and deck height is only 1.62" higher right? Sorry if I'm nit-picking, but things are going to be close. Besides I know you guys don't want me to run another small block Chevy!

Also I found a length dimension of 29" from mounting flange to water pump pulley, is that correct? Any differance in years or between the 200 and 250 length wise?
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Post #9 by 69Falcon » Mon May 19, 2008 8:18 am

I believe the difference in length between the 200 and 250 is due to the 250 using a longer snout waterpump.
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Post #10 by Patrick66 » Mon May 19, 2008 12:41 pm

the 250 block is taller too.

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Post #11 by eeyore » Mon May 19, 2008 7:47 pm

I've found in other posts that the 250 is longer by 1" due primarily to the waterpump. Which I didn't originally know. I knew it was taller and wider, but what I'm trying to find out is how tall are the two engines. I know the 250 is about 2" taller than the 200, but I don't know how tall the 200 is so that doesn't help. I also know the deck heights, but what I need is the complete engine from bottom of the pan to the top of the valve cover. Thanks again and sorry if my first post wasn't clear.
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Post #12 by Bort62 » Mon May 19, 2008 7:48 pm

eeyore wrote:I've found in other posts that the 250 is longer by 1" due primarily to the waterpump. Which I didn't originally know. I knew it was taller and wider, but what I'm trying to find out is how tall are the two engines. I know the 250 is about 2" taller than the 200, but I don't know how tall the 200 is so that doesn't help. I also know the deck heights, but what I need is the complete engine from bottom of the pan to the top of the valve cover. Thanks again and sorry if my first post wasn't clear.


I am confident that if you use the search feature, you will find this engine. It has been posted several times that I can recall.

Someone even went to the trouble of creating a thread for both the 200 and 250 that included all of this information specifically.

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Post #13 by eeyore » Mon May 19, 2008 7:57 pm

I would have thought that was the case, but I've tried every search variation I can think of and haven't found it. I think in the 300 forum it's a sticky, but I can't find it for the small six. If someone has a link I'd be gratefull!
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