I think Neil and me should look on the bright side. MGB Oil filter head seal Item: So we suggested retro-fitting a PCV valve. Not that it is scientific, but I never thought it looked like it would hold up well to high temps. By this time however the two models had become identical in all but badge. Thanks Guy, no I didn't know, and yes I would have done the steel ones first! Your advice to avoid Neil may not be too practical.
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Hi There The best thing to do would be to get a Heritage Certificate for your car. You may find it easier to undo the exhaust connection and lift the head off complete with the manifold. Maybe you know ahead of time that the threads in your sealing block are bad. But the front 2 or 3, cannot remember go into the alloy bridge piece across the front crank main bearing. My calculations show that 10 gauge wire can support W or less, 14gauge supports 90W or less, and 16gauge supports 60W or less these are wire length-dependent.
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When it warms up it's no problem. Dave My views, for what they're worth are: This is best checked with the carbs off the car. The brake lines were flushed with carburetor cleaner and blown dry with compressed air. I don't think you have a problem, so stick with the standard set-up. If so it is an easy fix. What carb set up does neil have, or for that matter do both of you have You said before that you both have a single SU hiff 44 carb, Now your saying you both have what I presume to be Dual SU HS carbs I admit..
Car was hit in rear end. One for a spigot that connects via a short hose to thePCV. I'm just yearning for friendship and acceptance and you lot turn it all nasty and sordid League of Gentlemen, as many comedies have, started on Radio 4 'the home of comedy' before going to be 'discovered' on TV. The best that ventilating to atmosphere could ever hope to achieve is ambient pressure inside the crankcase, and as blow by will still be occurring this is unlikely as there will still be a pressure gradient. Has anyone had good results using the Moss "rear oil seal conversion kit"? I was going to say that I must type faster, but really I must read faster, as I was reading through the whole thread!