Land Rover Engine Block Leak Tester
If you suspect a blown head gasket on that Land Rover 4.0/4.6 Engine, we've
got something you need! Developed in conjunction with our own shops,
Motorcars LTD proudly introduces yet another unique solution that will save
you time, money and possibly your reputation.
The video demonstrates the Rover Engine Block Tester. Although we tested
on a used bare block, the test can be performed on an engine that's sitting
between the frame rails. Eliminate the risk of installing head gaskets
only to have your customer return later with the same problem - only to
discover it was not the head gasket.
This tool will easily pay for itself on the first use.
More information available at motorcarsltd.com, or call 1(800) 338-5238
Rover SD1 V8 Tuning Session
Rover SD1 3.5 V8 getting the twin SU carbs tuned to match the intake and Exhaust setup. Will it go bang or will it
survive the 2.5 hour beating at 5500 RPM and make even more power with the
carbs in tune?
1966 MGB with a Rover V8 - Episode 3 - Valve Train Assembly
Ken Smith demonstrates basic engine assembly continuing with the Valve
Train. The lifters, push-rods and rocker arm assemblies on his Rover V8 3.5
Liter engine are installed in this episode. The engine will be installed in
his 1966 MGB V8 conversion project. Enjoy! Cheers!
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Rover V8 startup
I have rebuild this Rover 3,5 engine. Will it work or will it fail?
The new Rover V8 in my MGB - Starting for the first time
So, after a year or so I have finaly inserted a new V8 in my MGB. This
video show the very first (and successful) attempt at starting the new
engine. After 7 years on the road, the original engine's block cracked 1
month before I retired and moved to Lyme Regis in July 2007. I've never
performed anything major like this before, so this was a big and anxious
V8 Land Rover first start in 2 years
Thos 1974 Series III 109 stripped a gear tooth (or several) a couple of
years ago and hasn't been run since. Purely out of interest, I decided to
see if it would still go, with impressive results. The Landy was originally
fitted with the 2.6-litre 6-cylinder IOE engine, but is now running a
3.5-litre Rover V8 with SU carbs from an SD1.
1966 MGB with a Rover V8 - Episode 4- Timing Cover, Oil Pump and Harmonic
Ken Smith offers another episode of his video blog on the Rover 3500S 3.5
Liter V8 he is building to install in his 1966 MGB Roadster. This
installment looks at the front timing cover, the short nosed water pump,
the D&D high pressure/high volume oil pump, D&D oil filter swivel adapter
and where to look for deterioration in the harmonic balance pulley.
Please Rate this Video! Enjoy!