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Old 03-20-2012, 11:39 AM   #1
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Default 2.2L Ecotec Dry Weight

I've been doing alot of googling but to no avail. Does anyone know the dry weight of the 1.8 & 2.2L Ecotec engines?
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My catalog list it at 300lbs for a 2.2 long block crate motor. The catalog is never 100% dead on but should be in the ballpark.
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My catalog list it at 300lbs for a 2.2 long block crate motor. The catalog is never 100% dead on but should be in the ballpark.
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You wouldn't happen to know what the weight of the 1.8L is, would you?

Looking for an engine 200-260lbs that has an output of 100hp or more. The 2.2L certainly has the needed power, but is slightly heavy.

Another thought is the Ecotec 1.4 turbocharged, 1.8, or 2.0 natural/or turbocharged.
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