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    Masi head assemlby and related parts

    Hey guys -

    I'm sourcing parts to build a custom Masi-headed engine. I'm looking the a complete head, exhaust manifold, intake manifold, and common block crank sprocket.

    Let me know what you have. Thanks.

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    Your best bet is to find an entire car/engine. The 16V Masi is truly a unique engine compared to ANY of the other 2.2/2.5 engines. The head is not a "bolt-on" as there are peripherals that are needed in order for the head to work.

    I have been there...doing that. I dumped all my eggs in the 16V Masi basket for the most part. If all I cared about was making power and going fast, I would just got 2.4 swap and never look back. The only reason I'm sticking to it is the "cool" factor. Beyond that, there's no real advantage to the Masi compared to the 2.4 and the 2.4 has parts availability. Just about anything you do performance oriented to the Masi is custom and not cheap. It's a labor of passion (not even love).

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    sometimes I contemplate selling all my Masi stuff.

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    I definately don't regret selling all my masi stuff.

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    I have a ton of NOS Masi stuff....mostly non 16 valve parts like trim, lamps, moldings, weatherstrips, interior.
    1400 part numbers in fact!!!!!!!! I picked over a few in wrecking yards over the years but they were few and far between to say the least!

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    Quote Originally Posted by GLHNSLHT2 View Post
    sometimes I contemplate selling all my Masi stuff.
    Well...you know you got a buyer here!

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    What does a complete Masi head go for? (When you can even find one being sold that is!)
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    Depends, I bought a 93k mile J-yard motor for $900 from a friend. And I bought a NOS masi head, with a 2.2 CB with JE's and Ti long rods for $4750 from a forum member. I wanted to put the 2.2 setup in a Consulier, but seeing as how prices skyrocketed on those I've been contemplating selling it all and getting an 08-10 Viper ACR.

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    sigh.. I know I'm repeating myself but

    google the word , Lister Bell Stratos

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Xtrempickup View Post
    I definately don't regret selling all my masi stuff.
    What an *ss!
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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    When i sold a complete masi parts running motor i got 1200$. It was the going price for just the head and manifolds essentially

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    There is a seller on EBay right now that just parted out a couple and you can get almost all you need there. I was going to buy the engine harness for a 92 8 valve project but I'm not sure if there is differences from the standard turbo harness or not.

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    GLHNSLHT2 = Well, maybe you should PM me some details please

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    Quote Originally Posted by wheming View Post
    What does a complete Masi head go for? (When you can even find one being sold that is!)
    A known good running Masi engine can fetch upwards of $5k. I will add the caveat that the head better have been gone through and the rod bearings better be known to be good.

    Just a head won't do you much good if you want to run it as a factory install type deal with A/C and all. You really need the entire engine. It's a whole unique deal. Even the oil restrictor is different!

    Quote Originally Posted by GLHNSLHT2 View Post
    Depends, I bought a 93k mile J-yard motor for $900 from a friend. And I bought a NOS masi head, with a 2.2 CB with JE's and Ti long rods for $4750 from a forum member. I wanted to put the 2.2 setup in a Consulier, but seeing as how prices skyrocketed on those I've been contemplating selling it all and getting an 08-10 Viper ACR.
    Man, you got the friend deal for sure! You have a captive audience for your parts right here if you go to sell...

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    sadly the two a local shop had here back in the early 90's were to spendy at six hun each for my budget at the time

    wish looking at this I'd been able to collect them - we didn't get those cars up here

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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    I may have some or all of those things. After converting my SL, I think that's good enough for me and my gold GLH is too nice/original to mess with. I do need to do some cleaning out in my garage this weekend in order to do some work on my Caliber SRT and should have a better idea of what I have then. Years ago I bought a Masi 16v long block on eBay with a complete head (minus valve cover), I also have a bare NOS head, pretty sure I have a CB crank sprocket, but pretty sure I don't have a spare intake manifold. I also have a mostly complete low miles engine if you want to go that route. I have been hesitant to sell because I paid dearly for a lot of the stuff and some people balk at the price of rare items, so I haven't really been excited to try and off-load it.
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    Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    Quote Originally Posted by iTurbo View Post
    I may have some or all of those things. After converting my SL, I think that's good enough for me and my gold GLH is too nice/original to mess with. I do need to do some cleaning out in my garage this weekend in order to do some work on my Caliber SRT and should have a better idea of what I have then. Years ago I bought a Masi 16v long block on eBay with a complete head (minus valve cover), I also have a bare NOS head, pretty sure I have a CB crank sprocket, but pretty sure I don't have a spare intake manifold. I also have a mostly complete low miles engine if you want to go that route. I have been hesitant to sell because I paid dearly for a lot of the stuff and some people balk at the price of rare items, so I haven't really been excited to try and off-load it.
    If you ever do decide to offload some things keep me in mind. I'd certainly appreciate having a spare head.

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    I've got a factory rotating assembly, Masi Crank, rods, and pistons for the 16 valve. I'll have to check what other extras I have.

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