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4 hours ago, RLWP said:

I do like that catchpot

 

Richard

Thanks Richard, its an old BSA cycle oil can. The fuel lines were purchased from you, bit of a white knuckle job bending them, the old ones looked like a fistfull of eels.

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On 07/03/2020 at 15:15, frangar said:

Oooohhh...thats got the duplex fuel filter on the front crankcase door....never seen that before!...not that im sad or anything....and is that a big pulley behind the flywheel?

Yes it is. Someone has fitted it as it isn't original. If I get round to fitting electric start it will have to go as it's in the way.  Nicely done though.

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It'll look a little more like an ex-genset with the new heads - could only find ones from a stationary so I have a plate to cover the hole to the water pump.

I quite like the brass rocker covers, but I might not go with TheBiscuit's yellow and black chevrons on the flywheel.  I think it'd upset the dog.

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On 10/03/2020 at 11:19, Andy_B said:

It'll look a little more like an ex-genset with the new heads - could only find ones from a stationary so I have a plate to cover the hole to the water pump.

I quite like the brass rocker covers, but I might not go with TheBiscuit's yellow and black chevrons on the flywheel.  I think it'd upset the dog.

What is different about the heads? I thought they were identical. 

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2 minutes ago, BWM said:

What is different about the heads? I thought they were identical. 

 

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I have a plate to cover the hole to the water pump

 

One of the heads on an industrial has a machined face with four studs and a water outlet. This is the one at the fuel pump end of the engine

 

I have yet to work out all the core plug variations on JP heads

 

Richard

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1 minute ago, RLWP said:

 

 

One of the heads on an industrial has a machined face with four studs and a water outlet. This is the one at the fuel pump end of the engine

 

I have yet to work out all the core plug variations on JP heads

 

Richard

 

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