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Peripheral Port 12A Rotary Turning Over (Long)

Manually cranking a freshly built 12A peripheral port engine. The engine is built with 3 window bearings, is doweled and has a shimmed oil pressure regulator. Ultimately it will run EFI and be turbocharged. Plugs are installed (listen to those pops!)


 


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