Rover Sterling 827 V6 engine walk around

1994 Rover Sterling 827 V6 engine walk around. Still in a superb condition. Has 121,000 miles on clock. Not bad for a 17 year old car. Engine is actually originated from Honda Legend 2.7 V6.

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Rover Sterling 827 engine start up and rev from interior view
1994 Rover Sterling 827 V6 engine start up and rev from interior view. Still in a superb condition. Has 121,000 miles on clock. Not bad for a 17 year old car. Engine is actually originated from Honda Legend 2.7 V6.





My 1987 Rover 820 Si - walkaround and startup
Since the weather is particularly nice at the moment I thought I'd do a little vid of my pride and joy. She's a 1987 Rover 820 Si Mk1 saloon in shantung gold with just 22500 miles from new on the clock. I've had her about a year and bought her from another 800 enthusiast to replace a troublesome Audi 200 Quattro that i'd pretty much given up with. As you can see she's had a very easy life and has been cosseted from new. I only drive her when the weather is nice and to shows (my everydayer is an almost as nice 1989 Vauxhall Cavalier 1.6 L) Given that she is the same age as me, she's done very well to survive in such amazing condition, 800 especially in Mk1 form are become rarer and rarer which is a real shame because anyone who has owned one will probably tell you how lovely they are.





V6 Stirling Engine
V6 Stirling engine designed and built over the course of the year. The idea behind the project was to make a multiple cylinder Stirling engine with the heater caps located to allow for more efficient heating. All parts were conventionally machined. Flywheels (gears in this case) are splined to the crankshaft to allow for experimentation with different flywheels. Any future improvements would include heat shields and baffles around the heater caps and a single multi-port manifold for heating located inside the V. The engine is not fastened to the block of steel or the table while it's running. The block of steel is to allow clearance for the flywheels.




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