[ROVERNET - UK] 2000 engine?

Vern Klukas vern at inkspotco.com
Thu Jul 13 22:05:17 BST 2006

Non-interference, and i have broken a camshaft while running and not 
suffered any valve damage.


>  question has to do with the 1963 to 1975 Rover 2000/ 2200, SC/TC, 
>engines.  Is this a interference or collision, or non-interference 
>or non-collision engine design?  That is to say if the camshaft 
>drive, top, chain is removed and then the crankshaft is turned, will 
>a piston collide with a valve in the open position and lock up the 
>engine or bend the valve(s)?  Thanks for the help.
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