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May 05, 2003


Thanx, David...
Wasn't sure. Figured like the higher
compression Cooper "S" 1275 engines,
the 11 stud head config. might be used
on the later standard Turbo Metro.
Guess any weakness was really in the
block and not the head, in view of the
fact the later "A+" blocks were ribbed
and even stronger than the later thick-
walled "A"'s, yet evidently used only
a 9 stud rather than 11 stud cylinder
head configuration even on a turbo motor....interesting.
Cap'n. Bob
'60 :{)

PilotRob@... 21718

Posted on May 5, 2003 07:26 PM
Posted to category(s) Cylinder Head | Engine (external) | Engine (internal) | Forced Induction | Restoration | Tuning

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