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E series v8 possible? Hacksaw, welding, brain, courage, sweat etc
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
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Best vids on home made engines by an legend genius
v12 from L6 -take note of conrod solution for narrow crankpin!!!!
what a master to employ a Linkrod system @ 4.30min
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnXUx4 ... &ab_channel=AllenMillyard
V8 from L4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjxiHL ... &ab_channel=AllenMillyard

A series would be insane but pushrods and non crossflow has its limits.
Instead the E series or even a G series head and bores could be used?

60 degree v8

eg. Carbon Steel 8mm plate welded crankcase and separate bore casing for
77mm renault sleeves housing for E16 crank and linkrods with angled cap bolts
Steel plate bore housings and wet sleeves from renault 805 sierra or similar.
3.3 litre v8 77mm bores x 88mm stroke.

too much work but what a project for a Millyard like dude into dattos

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Re: E series v8 possible? Hacksaw, welding, brain, courage, sweat etc
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
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Get onto it
Couple of B6 heads will cure your pushrod problems

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Re: E series v8 possible? Hacksaw, welding, brain, courage, sweat etc
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Turn 2 A10's into an A20 = finally Australian street legal V8

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4 utes, 1.5 sedans, 2 120Y sedans, 1 C120, 1 1600 sedan, all look like or are wrecks
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Re: E series v8 possible? Hacksaw, welding, brain, courage, sweat etc
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I say "JUST DO IT D" - put all that knowledge to use.
dp

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keep it simple
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Re: E series v8 possible? Hacksaw, welding, brain, courage, sweat etc
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I read Classic Motorcycle Mechanics magazine and Millyard's builds are routinely featured. Works of art.

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