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Arcnewal
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Nice to see a Healey at a local show today. It had a 2 litre Ford engine fitted which fit in the engine bay perfectly.

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A yellow Interceptor was also present.

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It's got power steering as well. A good modification in my eyes
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David Devine wrote:It's got power steering as well. A good modification in my eyes
The electric kind, off a Corsa? Or hydraulic?
16 valves but 4 extra pistons.

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If I remember correctly Hydraulic of a Mazda.
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interesting thread
the one i am restoring has a Ford 2.8 V6 fitted the engine fits nice in the bay.
I have been looking at the steering to fit LHD power assisted
the peugeot 206 looks a good fit with electric PAS
any one any tips out there?
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ChrisP wrote:interesting thread, the one i am restoring has a Ford 2.8 V6 fitted any one any tips out there?
Yes ChrisImage, pull that 2 siamesed exhaust port engine and put a Essex V6 in with powermax pistons @ 10:1 comp and a set of triple webers :P .. that's a good tip sport :wink: :P
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Grant wrote:Yes ChrisImage, pull that 2 siamesed exhaust port engine and put a Essex V6 in with powermax pistons @ 10:1 comp and a set of triple webers :P .. that's a good tip sport :wink: :P
Oh yes!
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I have an adjustable Corsa one for my Healey. I have one fitted in my old Jeep and it works a treat. Saves meddling with the rack. Easy to find on Ebay in my experience.
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Tone wrote:I have an adjustable Corset
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