[ROVERNET - UK] De-coking a rover V8
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Tue Feb 7 06:50:57 GMT 2006
My thoughts parallel Peter B.
My imagination is much too vivid!!
--- iudkuy wcygiohs <iudkuy at yahoo.com> wrote:
> What an amazing process. Did anyone live?
> Health & Safety people would never recover from the
> Those were the days indeed.
> Peter B
> --- "Gundry, Kenneth" <KG at dolby.com> wrote:
> > You might be amused at the following from the
> > service manual of my
> > Rover.
> > DECARBONIZING ENGINE BY OXYGEN PROCESS.
> > The engine can be decarbonized without removing
> > by making use of
> > the oxygen process. A cylinder of compressed
> > is necessary, also a
> > strong flexible tube with a metallic nozzle of
> > suitable length and shape
> > to allow it to be inserted through the sparking
> > holes, and to be
> >> The entire operation can be carried out inside of
> > mins., and a 10 ft.
> > cylinder of oxygen should be sufficient for one
> > engine.
> > Ken G, 1925 Rover 16/50 (San Francisco)
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