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The original valve guide
Yes, superb article in CC, really enjoyed it, learned lots more that I didn't pick up from reading the thread here.
Can’t upload pictures anymore it seems
Thanks chaps, the car is currently apart for a rebuild, splashed out on pistons, the block is away for a reborn (chickened out on doing it myself as the boring bar I have acquired needs restoration and there must be something missing). I have stripped the heads (again) and machined them to accept stem seals. Of course I had to make the tool for this.
Congrats on the CC centrespread.
Just read the CC feature. What a truly lovely car. There's something about a British bodied rod and this one is just so right
Daimler v8s ALWAYS smoke, part of its motorbike engine design heritage. On the 2.5s the hot fix used to be Marina valve stem seals , don't know about the 4.5 though worth a look.
Iíve sen this car in CC over the last few months. Absolutely love it!
My favourite car in a long long time
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