[ROVERNET - UK] OEM stuff
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Sun Aug 27 08:00:17 BST 2006
Could you do some fuel cons checks with this setup?
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Read" <defender110 at ozemail.com.au>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2006 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] OEM stuff
> Hi Glen
> I am trying to go for historic registration which requires strict
> conformity to OEM spec.
> Historic Registration allows me to run the car for a fraction of the
> standard cost for a period not exceeding 90 days in any one year.
> Log books of journeys must be issued and maintained.
> It allows older vehicles to be driven to shows and in club events.
> The pics were taken shortly after I acquired it.
> Thr PO had done some work on it ... <gloom>.
> I have a set of P6 rocker covers ready to fit.
> And yes, it goes like stink, even with the OEM Lucas dizzy.
> Glen Wilson wrote:
> > David,
> > Always good to see another Rover get some love!
> > Here are some pictures of a 1970 engine that Andre Shay restored.
> > http://beerinc.com/rstca/andre.html
> > There are a couple here of a car I worked on. It already had a Chrysler
> > alternator.
> > http://beerinc.com/rstca/wilson3500.html (We need to get some more
> > cars on our "Members" page.)
> > You must be going for strict originality if you are replacing a Bosch
> > alternator with an OEM Lucas one! Your engine looks like an SD1 or later
> > engine judging from the valve covers. We only had the P6B between '69
> > and '71 in the USA, so the later Aussie cars may have been different.
> > The Holley/Edelbrock mods must give it some scoot!
> > Glen
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