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I did a slightly more complicated version on James Coopers MkI. Three individual feeds from the battery via three fuses in a MkII fuse box to three separate relays. Fourth fuse runs the electric fan. This gave three relays runing dip, inner full beam and outer full beam. The flash relay was then fed...
- Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:01 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: What car did you lust after as a kid?
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Spitfire (got one) Stag (got one) Range-Rover (got one to restore) Jaguar D'Type Lola T70 Marcos 3 Litre 4.5 Litre Le Mans Bentley Bentley Continental Lister Jaguar Citroen SM Ferarri Dino Ferarri 365GTB TR5 Aston Martin DB4 Land-Rover 101 Did want a Series One E'Type but I've grown out of that now....
- Tue Aug 24, 2010 5:37 pm
- Forum: Engine
- Topic: interchangability of engine parts
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Two thoughts; Not disputing Andys font of knowledge, but the early small bearing crank revs butter than the latter 2000's. I would go for an early MkI 2000 block and then drill it to take the 7/16" UNF MkII studs. You can keep the better MkI copper gasket they will push down the studs. Secondly on a...