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I'm looking at an illustration of an H.S.4 carb at page DDD.6 in the Healey 100-6/3000 shop manual. It shows the jet locking nut, etc. How does one open
I have this problem with many of my customers cars when I first work on them, MG's, Triumphs, anything with SU carbs, they won't start easy.
I agree with kellysguy, I was surprised he asked you about the clearance. My machine shop always told me how much the engine needed bored. They did
[QUOTE=emgeetf;960268]WANTED AUSTIN HEALEY 100 PROJECT CAR
I am looking for a Austin healey 100 project car. Would consider one that is missing
Teflon tape in windshield channel makes sidecurtain seal seat properly:
Note: sidecurtain forward seal trimmed to approximately 5/16"
Does anyone know of a pressure bleeding system for the E Type Series ll?
Greg in Montana