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Old 1-10-13, 18:35   #1 (permalink)
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Please help...i need pictures

I race in the 4 cylinder at one of the most prestigious, well attended short-tracks in the country. Of course I race a non-turbo 1st gen mx6. I had the block and head re done this winter and am currently putting it back together.
I would reall like to see some pics of an assembled engine w/transmission so I have something to reference before I start putting everything back together. Any help wpuld be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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It would be helpful, also if you had a factory service manual. They often have quite a few exploded views.

89 MX6GT (Eibach, KYB, Magnaflow 2.25", Konig, Glowshift triple, chipped), see
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01 Corvette Z51 Coupe (some mods)
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I bought a Haynes manual but its for 83-92 mx6 & 626. Half of the pictures/diagrams are of carbureted engines Any help would be appreciated
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Buy a shop manual.
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Mazda MX6 Shop/Service Manuals at Books4Cars.com

Look at the first one.

89 MX6GT (Eibach, KYB, Magnaflow 2.25", Konig, Glowshift triple, chipped), see
http://www.conceptualpolymer.com/MX6...teLite16s.html
01 Corvette Z51 Coupe (some mods)
08 MX-5 PRHT (MS intake, Progress, Koni, RB)
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I just bought a 88-92 Haynes manual for a ford probe. If that doesn't help I will go with the above mazda one. Thanks for the info automan. It is appreciated
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....no problem, racecar53. Based upon SixSick6's recommendation, many years ago, I bought the factory manual and have used it many times since.

89 MX6GT (Eibach, KYB, Magnaflow 2.25", Konig, Glowshift triple, chipped), see
http://www.conceptualpolymer.com/MX6...teLite16s.html
01 Corvette Z51 Coupe (some mods)
08 MX-5 PRHT (MS intake, Progress, Koni, RB)
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