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  1. you could try to weld a nut on to whats left or grind it with two opposing flats. i would try the welding myself.
  2. hi yes im looking for one with the hole for the sender im going ms2 and am using a 2.4 crank wheel thanks for looking nick
  3. r u selling the oil pump cover im looking for one for my opel gt 2.2
  4. for a start, what car is it i used the older, 1.9, more simple thermostat on my opel gt with 2.4 head. however you can buy or make, i made, a plate to go behind the thermostat in order to bring it forward as the fi gets in the way. this is an adaptor, https://www.opelgtsource.com/store/11000/11033.html Too pricey for me so I made mine similar to this plate but if I remember it had a different no. and position of the mounting holes. This is prob as im using a cut down 6 cylinder inlet manifold and not a 2.4 or 2.0, 1.9 one.
  5. check out opelgt.com for answers to all your problems, stateside.
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    yes but it ,2.2, actually has very narrow castings. smaller than every fi manifold fitted to an opel, the 2.0 one is better and can be made to fit, for my opel gt i have used a 3.0 6 cylinder manifold cut down and welded and this gives the highest flow.
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