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Difference between standard E-tech and CCRS bottom end

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Hi guys. As its impossible to find any information on the Australian built EA470 macks can someone please tell me if there is any difference in the bottom ends with the standard E-tech and the CCRS?

Rebuilding the bottom end and can get a kit cheap for a standard E-tech but mine's a CCRS model.

Are there any differences with the bottom end?

 

Thanks.

Tom 

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Bottom end should be the same I believe the only difference in the two are in the fuel system

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17 minutes ago, 880joe said:

Bottom end should be the same I believe the only difference in the two are in the fuel system

Would the pistons possibly be a different depth or something?

Might just take the drive with a rod and piston and compare but would like to definitely know if its possible.

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Hey Tommy,

How'd you go with the bottom end? I have the same engine and like yourself experiencing the difficulties researching any info.

Would you know where to acquire a workshop manual?

Cheers Dan

 

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On 10/6/2019 at 1:21 AM, PUP said:

Hey Tommy,

How'd you go with the bottom end? I have the same engine and like yourself experiencing the difficulties researching any info.

Would you know where to acquire a workshop manual?

Cheers Dan

 

Hi mate, I downloaded a workshop manual from online. Can't remember the site but can find out if you still need.

 

As for the kit I just went with a ccrs 1 to be safe.

Went with a PAI Industries kit. If you're from Australia that was the cheapest and I got it from Gleemans truck parts.

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