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 on: August 03, 2022, 03:53:36 PM 
Started by bisleywrangler - Last post by bisleywrangler
We’ve got an event at tough terrians on the 15/16th of October, £95 for the weekend £60 for the day. Postcode is LD16PG

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 on: July 28, 2022, 07:37:33 PM 
Started by bisleywrangler - Last post by bisleywrangler
26/27th November 2022 sees us back at Walters.
£100 for the weekend £60 for a single day.

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 on: July 28, 2022, 07:34:07 PM 
Started by bisleywrangler - Last post by bisleywrangler
11th of December is the date for turkey hunt this year. At coney as usual. £30 for the day.

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 on: July 28, 2022, 07:04:54 AM 
Started by bisleywrangler - Last post by frosty 1
sounds good, walters is always challenging, especially in winter, i hope to be there. 

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 on: July 27, 2022, 06:40:01 PM 
Started by bisleywrangler - Last post by bisleywrangler
Winter walters is on the 18/19 of November 2023, £60 single day or £100 for the weekend.

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 on: July 27, 2022, 06:22:46 PM 
Started by bisleywrangler - Last post by bisleywrangler
We’re back at Walters Arena in 2023 on 22/23rd of July. £60 for a day or £100 for the weekend.

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 on: July 11, 2022, 09:41:24 AM 
Started by johnnyboy - Last post by Dave69


webbers require 7psi pressure if i remember, and the mechanical pump supplies slightly lower pressure for the 2bbl, this maybe an issue?

fitted an electric pump and regulator on mine with no issues, the mechanical pump is still fitted but with the inlet and outlet no connected and blanked off.

if it works now, leave it as is and monitor for potential fuel leaks.

swap the fuel filter for a single in and out as opposed to twin?

mine has the fuel return which takes the excess fuel back to the tank when the float bowls are full

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 on: July 11, 2022, 09:34:13 AM 
Started by johnnyboy - Last post by Dave69
positive crankcase pressure is self explanatory as the engine is naturally pressurised from the running of the engine albeit not a high pressure, unless there is serious wear to the internals.

The gasses are then reburnt in the combustion process, similar to an egr system on a diesel.

you can connect the cam cover to a catch tank with the PCV in the rear, shouldn't make too much of an issue and rout back to air filter. Any condensing fluids will be caught in the tank and the remaining oily gasses will be reburnt as intended.

just using one outlet on the rocker cover you will have to keep an eye on whether its capable of dealing with the "pressure" from a single outlet

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 on: July 05, 2022, 09:42:34 PM 
Started by bisleywrangler - Last post by Dave The Sparky
Thankyou Mr Donk  Blues

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 on: July 05, 2022, 12:22:51 AM 
Started by johnnyboy - Last post by johnnyboy



OK, so I understand that with emissions in mind that any gasses from worn rings etc. are oily so they want them to go into the combustion chambers and get burned.


And I can see that the inlet manifold is a source of "suck" to pull the gasses out of the rocker box and into the chambers, but.... what does it do to the mixture that the carburettor has just carefully made perfect?


Surely allowing unmetered, poorly mixed, probably not all vaporised, air and oil direct into the inlet manifold must do bad things to the vaporised fuel mix and therefore engine performance???


Surely it would be less damaging if it went into the air intake of the carburettor?


Why do we need "positive crankcase ventilation? surely "passive" ventilation would do? (it used to on all of my old UK cars...).


So surely it would be OK to just disconnect the line from the front of the rocker box to the manifold, block the hole into the manifold, block the outlet from the front of the rocker box, put a PCV valve on the rear hole in the rocker box and allow it to just vent any overpressure into the air filter? (and tidy up the rats nest of pipes around the engine and carb...)

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