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Opel identifies engine capacity in the engine number stamped on the block pad. One of 13S ; 16S ; 16SE ; 18E ; 18SE ; 20NE or 20SEH will be at the beginning of the engine number and are self explainitory - as far as capacity goes!

I have a 1987 Opel Ascona with a 20SEH motor 2.0L Hi-compression 130 horsepower - capable of 127mph. Which is why I recognised the shape of the alloy rocker cover in your picture.
 

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worldrallyoffrd said:
heres some pictures.. i hope this works it's the first time i've used a system like this... I hope this helps with identification. It says GM all over it as you can see in the pictures (sorry about the quality i had to shrink them to make save file space). No isuzu on the Valve cover.. It just says OHC

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This is a SOHC engine jointly developed by GM and Opel and used here primarily in small FWD Pontiac models and in Germany in FWD Opels during the '80s. Can't recall the specific models in which they were used, but am certain of their Pontiac and Opel use.
 
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