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Main : Mechanical : Engine Bakkie A15 Crank... or pieces of it

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Bakkie A15 Crank... or pieces of it
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SubmitterCliveMore Photos from Clive   Last Update2009/7/18 1:18    Tell a friendTell a friend
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I'd Like to think it was horse power :)

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steveo
Posted: 2009/7/18 14:24  Updated: 2009/7/18 14:24
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2003/10/13
From: newcastle, NSW
Posts: 1691
 Re: Bakkie A15 Crank... or pieces of it
What punishment did this engine go through? was it put through the wringer? or just the usual everyday stuff?

Was it a worked engine?

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Clive
Posted: 2009/7/18 15:09  Updated: 2009/7/18 15:09
Home away from home
Joined: 2005/2/21
From: South-Africa,Pretoria
Posts: 240
 Re: Bakkie A15 Crank... or pieces of it
A15 sub, just a lightend flywheel. A15 Head Ported and polished with dubble springs. 300deg Cam bout 7.5m lift on cam, and almost 12mm through rocker ratio. Set of 40mm webers and a Custom 4 to 1 branch and 57mm exause. A launched it pretty hard when we do street drags... think that is propably the main reason :(