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 41 
 on: Today at 17:43:42 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by JamesV6CDX
What do I leave myself wide open to, and, why have you quoted the rules for the for sale sections in your reply?

I'm not trying to sell anything  :-\
Where have I quoted selling rules? :-\
Ahhhh....I see. Sorry, James, I have obviously copied stuff previously and, for some reason, itís pasted itself there. Please ignore my nonsense. The thread where all of this crap was originally pasted has been deleted by one of the mods. Apologies.

Good good. So whatís causing the low compression in no3  :D

I'm sure it must be against the forum guidelines to have such an insufficiency of cylinders. That's what he meant. :y

Given that the engine had run very poorly and no.3 did improve with the addition of oil, I wonder if it had been previously bore-washed.

Could I test the rings by say, filling the bore with a fluid and seeing if it disappears?

Thanks, Kevin :y
Like a leak test?

Yeah. A leak down test is usually done with compressed air, but I just wondered if there was any value in an overnight fluid loss type test

 42 
 on: Today at 17:42:25 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by STEMO
What do I leave myself wide open to, and, why have you quoted the rules for the for sale sections in your reply?

I'm not trying to sell anything  :-\
Where have I quoted selling rules? :-\
Ahhhh....I see. Sorry, James, I have obviously copied stuff previously and, for some reason, itís pasted itself there. Please ignore my nonsense. The thread where all of this crap was originally pasted has been deleted by one of the mods. Apologies.

Good good. So whatís causing the low compression in no3  :D

I'm sure it must be against the forum guidelines to have such an insufficiency of cylinders. That's what he meant. :y

Given that the engine had run very poorly and no.3 did improve with the addition of oil, I wonder if it had been previously bore-washed.

Could I test the rings by say, filling the bore with a fluid and seeing if it disappears?

Thanks, Kevin :y
Like a leak test?

 43 
 on: Today at 17:41:27 
Started by robson - Last post by TheBoy
Buy decent, not that shite.

 44 
 on: Today at 17:40:55 
Started by grifter - Last post by TheBoy
Alternatively, tighten the nut until it shears off, then hammer the bolt out...
Nope, wont work, unless its been previously drilled out

Failing this, notch the flange, then knock the bolt out...
Due to weakness of flange, you will always struggle to do it up without distorting if you do this.

 45 
 on: Today at 17:40:35 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by JamesV6CDX
What do I leave myself wide open to, and, why have you quoted the rules for the for sale sections in your reply?

I'm not trying to sell anything  :-\
Where have I quoted selling rules? :-\
Ahhhh....I see. Sorry, James, I have obviously copied stuff previously and, for some reason, itís pasted itself there. Please ignore my nonsense. The thread where all of this crap was originally pasted has been deleted by one of the mods. Apologies.

Good good. So whatís causing the low compression in no3  :D

I'm sure it must be against the forum guidelines to have such an insufficiency of cylinders. That's what he meant. :y

Given that the engine had run very poorly and no.3 did improve with the addition of oil, I wonder if it had been previously bore-washed.

Could I test the rings by say, filling the bore with a fluid and seeing if it disappears?

Thanks, Kevin :y

 46 
 on: Today at 17:40:14 
Started by Mister Rog - Last post by Migv6
Sky news has been giving almost constant coverage of Dolores watsernames death for days on end. Culminating in the funeral today.
Their on the scene reporter felt obliged to inform us every few minutes that she had been a global superstar for the last 25 years.
I'm probably completely out of touch, but to my knowledge she sung in a band that had a couple of relatively minor hits about 25 years ago.  ???

 47 
 on: Today at 17:39:20 
Started by JamesV6CDX - Last post by STEMO
What do I leave myself wide open to, and, why have you quoted the rules for the for sale sections in your reply?

I'm not trying to sell anything  :-\
Where have I quoted selling rules? :-\
Ahhhh....I see. Sorry, James, I have obviously copied stuff previously and, for some reason, itís pasted itself there. Please ignore my nonsense. The thread where all of this crap was originally pasted has been deleted by one of the mods. Apologies.

Good good. So whatís causing the low compression in no3  :D

I'm sure it must be against the forum guidelines to have such an insufficiency of cylinders. That's what he meant. :y

Given that the engine had run very poorly and no.3 did improve with the addition of oil, I wonder if it had been previously bore-washed.
Yes....thatís what I meant....thanks Kevin. I mean, even if you had all three running fine, it would still be three too few. ;D

 48 
 on: Today at 17:38:50 
Started by grifter - Last post by TheBoy
Make sure you have a couple of drill bits ready  ;)
Chrisgixer and I got through 23 drill bits changing the exhaust on TBE last year.

Did they come from Poundland?  ???
Nope, reasonable quality. Most went on one bolt, that had turned to something harder than diamond ;D

 49 
 on: Today at 17:34:29 
Started by henryd - Last post by TheBoy
Just because I lead an "interesting" life.....

 50 
 on: Today at 17:33:26 
Started by Mr Skrunts - Last post by TheBoy
No sure if Cat6 crossovers exist (officially), as cat6 is designed for gig speeds, and all gig devices must support auto crossover.

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