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Old 11-01-2002, 07:04 PM
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M.B. Doc is giving you good advice! The 104 LH-SFI package was MB's first attempt at four valve per cylinder engine design. The timing chain set-up also uses an idler gear between the two cam sprockets, resulting in a noisier engine. There's no resonance intake manifold which makes the 94' thru 98' sixes a lot more fun to drive. And don't forget, this was the first year of production for the 129! I spent the early 90's fixing water leaks on these things! Find a 94' like Doc said even if it needs a bit of work. You'll enjoy the car a lot more. Good luck
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