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- Mon Jul 06, 2020 10:03 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: How Many Components?
- Replies: 4
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Just read this https://www.msn.com/en-gb/cars/news/25- ... d=msedgdhp it may be a load of rubbish but who knows.
- Sun Jul 05, 2020 10:07 am
- Forum: Mechanical
- Topic: Blue staining btween head and block
- Replies: 16
- Views: 301
Is it a 940 head? If so, the waterways aren't exactly the same and you will get a slight weep over time. especially if its not used for a few days. In which case, check the water level and keep driving. If I park mine in the garage for a week, it will get a small blob of coolant on the flange next t...
I have an R-Tech TIG for home use, it's just the DC unit, all TIG units have a drooping characteristic so can also be used for manual metal arc welding. If you do purchase a TIG unit make sure that you have HF for starting, also, purchase you gas cylinder locally, you don't want to travel miles to c...
If its working I would leave it as is, however, the oil catch can is there for a reason, you may find that you get a hard oil deposit building up around the valves. If you did decide to fit a tappet chest cover with an oil catch can, you need the correct one as the mini has a different pipe angle wh...
- Mon May 18, 2020 3:02 pm
- Forum: Mechanical
- Topic: Rocker Arms & Rocker Shaft Assembly
- Replies: 26
- Views: 466
I'm not quite sure what's wrong with sintered rockers as when they wear you can swop them round on a new shaft to get a different part of the face in contact with the valve. Simply put rocker 1 onto position 8, 2 onto 7, 3 onto 6 etc. I know that the pressed steel rockers were case hardened and the ...
Yeah, mine is the same, this is why Morris designed the inlet and exhaust manifold as a one piece unit, the hotspot has a use. I now wish that I had left my Marina inlet attached to the exhaust manifold. It may be worth checking that your points gap is correct, and that the vacuum advance is operati...
To enable fitting two of the following will be required:- http://www.mcgillmotorsport.com/adaptor-1-8-npt-female-to-m10-x-1mm-male-reducer-adaptor-6635/ [/quote] Thanks for pointing that out, It's one of the things that I intend to do, but only when I have to drain the brake fluid to replace somethi...
You could always fit one of these on the rear brake pipe http://www.mcgillmotorsport.com/brake-r ... rakes-676/ They also do a 2lb one for the front disks. As the others have said, I've never needed one.