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« on: November 01, 2008, 11:34:44 AM »

I've just picked up what I think is a 2 litre engine. How do I basically make sure it's not an 1800 or something. I take it the engine number or a distinguishing feature should tell me. Any help would be appreciated.


Why would'nt you want an 1800 they rev a lot harder and make more power than
the 2000
all in all a much better engine.


a beta 2000 engine will have the following marks at the top of the cylinder block,( see page 9 of Haynes workshop manual for Lancia Beta if you have a copy )
828 A.000 , 1600cc 1st series,Berlina ( Berlina = Sedan ), HPE 1600 1st series,
828 A1.000, 1800cc 1st series, Berlina, HPE 1800 1st series,
828 A2.000, 1400cc 1st series Berlina
828.B3.000, 1300cc 1st series Berlina
828.B.000, 1600cc 2nd series Berlina, 3rd series Berlina , Trevi 1600, Coupe/Spyder 2nd series, HPE 1600 2nd series,   
828.B1.000. 2000cc 2nd Series Berlina, 3rd Series Berlina,Trevi 2000, Coupe/Spyder  2nd series, HPE 2000 2nd series
828.B3.000, 1300cc 2nd series Berlina, Coupe/Spyder 2nd series,
828.C3.000, 1300cc 2nd series Berlina, facelift 1978, Coupe 2nd series,
828.B4.000, Trevi 2000ie
828.B7.000, Trevi 2000VX , Coupe 2000VX, HPE 2000VX,
828.AC.000, 1600cc Coupe/Spyder 1st Series
828.AC1.000, 1800 Coupe/Spyder 1st series
828.D3.000, 1300cc Coupe Facelift 2, 2nd series,
828 B4.000 , 2000ie Coupe, HPE 2000ie
134.AS.000 , Montecarlo 2000cc
Hope this helps
Please do not lose this everyone, worth saving / printing , as it took me ages to compile, especially with my one finger typing technique.
Keith Large


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