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V4 Swap 1 year 7 months ago #139802

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Can anyone tell me if a 115 block will mount on 90 leg? If so, what years will swap?

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V4 Swap 1 year 7 months ago #139833

following...
I just asked the same question in different words....lol

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V4 Swap 1 year 7 months ago #139834

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Did you get an answer yet?

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V4 Swap 1 year 7 months ago #139835

nope

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V4 Swap 1 year 7 months ago #139848

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Hey Paul. Suggestion. go to the marineengine.com website and enter your model and year(s) and check part numbers for the block. Might be worth a try. If that doesn't work wondering if the splines on the crank and drive shaft are even the same.

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V4 Swap 1 year 7 months ago #139856

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OK, thanks

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V4 Swap 1 year 6 months ago #140099

Depends on many factors - checking the powerhead to exhaust housing gasket is a good start. Other factors include the splines as mentioned above, the ignition style, intake manifold style, and how much of the bolt-on stuff you want to transfer will make a difference, too. Not all 115s are created equally, either, as those post 1985 are actually the pre-1985 140s, as that was the year they went from powerhead rated to propshaft rated horsepower.

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Thanks Scott. If I want to purchase a motor just to run and not swap powerheads, do you know if there are any year V-4s (69 and newer) I should stay away from?

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