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Old 07-12-2016, 08:06 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Xist View Post
Is there any way you can install the three-cylinder engine, but bolt the old valve cover on top?
Sidevalve engines don't normally have valve covers, I'd have to mount up a pair of dummy heads to it


I did about 120km, mostly country roads, cruising on 70km/h, that's about as fast as she wants to go and about as fast as I want to go too. Did some light city miles just using DWL and some neutral coasting. Towards the end I was confident enough to do a few EOC's

Going by the fuel gauge, I'm getting around 15L/100km (coincidentally 15MPG too). Which is pretty reasonable, all things considered. Although I've been keeping speeds low, the revs sure aren't. She turns around 3000rpm at ~40mph (keeping in mind the ~4500 redline)

I even did a bit of work with her too.
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