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Old 25 Apr 2013, 02:47 pm
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Default Is k24W3 part of k series? Can you put k20A head with a k24w3 block? I read someone on some

forum saying no? Is k24W3 part of k series? Can you put k20A head with a k24w3 block? I read on some forum someone saying that the k24w3 is in a different engine series. Is this true?
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