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Can anyone tell me if the flywheels are the same for the K241, K301 and K321. Also, the head bolt torque sequence is the same. Are the heads identical except for combustion chamber size? Thanks.

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Heads for 10, 12, 14 Hp all use same bolt pattern and same torque sequence. I currently have a 10 Hp head on a 12 Hp engine. It raises compression somewhat, but works fine. To the best of my knowledge the balancing of the engines is done on the crankshaft and the flywheels are the same. 12, 14, 16 Hp engines use the same crankshaft with differing amounts of material removed depending on piston and rod weight. Hope this helps. Rod H.

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