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Rover 827 at Shakespeare raceway 30/10/2011


 


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Rover - Service Insight - Rover Security
Rover - Service Insight - Rover Security Copied directly from a dealership VHS video If you have any Austin/Rover videos, especially relating to the Maestro and Montego models, we would love to hear from you. The video takes a detailed look at the various security alarm systems fitted to the 1995 Rover Cars range, including the new Rover 400. Programme Content -Security alarm systems -Emergency access code -Handset and key operation -Systems finding 29 Minutes





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Rover The Long Goodbye
Rover: The Long Goodbye 20 March 2007 BBC Four Documentary which traces the rise and fall of a great British brand. In the days when Britain's car industry was the envy of the world, Rover epitomised everything to which the driver of taste aspired, but in 2005 it reached the end of the road. The film explores how Rover cars went from defining their eras to becoming victims of their times, telling the story behind the key models to the controversial joint ventures with Japanese and Indian manufacturers in later years. Geoffrey Palmer ... Narrator





Rover - Rover 75 - Petrol and Diesel Engines Introduction
Rover - Rover 75 - Petrol and Diesel Engines Copied directly from a dealership VHS video If you have any Austin/Rover videos, especially relating to the Maestro and Montego models, we would love to hear from you. Section 1 - General Features of all engine variants Locations of fluid Reservoirs under the Bonnet Engine Twin Tie Bar Torque Axis Mounting System Radiators, Fan and Cooling System ECD-3, Year 200 European Regulations- Including on Board Diagnostics Section 2 - The M47R Diesel Engine General Description Coolant Heater Acilliaries Drive Belts turbo Charger and Intercooler Bosch "common rail" Direct Injection System Diesel Engine and Cruise control Section 3 - K 1.8 Petrol Engine Introduction Catalytic Converter System Dual Mass Flywheel and Hall Effect Sensor The Camshaft Belt and the Air Conditioning Drive Belt MEMS-3 Engine Management System Oxygen Sensors Idle Speed Valve Section 4 - KV6 Engine - 2.5 and 2.0 Litre Introduction Damp Cylinder Liners Exhaust Valve and Head Gaskets New Auxiliary Drive Belt Inlet Manifold (VIS) Air Assist Injectors Spark Plugs Siemens Engine Management System Hall Effect Crankshaft Position Sender Temperature and Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor Knock Sensor ECD-3 and Oxygen Sensors Running Time 32 minutes 1999





Rover - Variable Valve Control - VVC
Rover - Variable Valve Control - VVC Copied directly from a dealership VHS video If you have any Austin/Rover videos, especially relating to the Maestro and Montego models, we would love to hear from you. an informative program on the operation of the VVC system fitted the K Series Engine Programme Content - An overview of Rover 'K' Series engine - Principles of the 4 stroke engine cycle - 3D graphics showing the principles of Variable Valve Control - How the principles of VVC are transmitted into reality on the 'K' Series engine - Cam period variation and increases in power and torque - Servicing aspects of the new engine RLB 0201





Rover 620 Ti 0-230km/h. top speed
Testing the downhill top speed of my Rover 620 Ti





Rover - Familiarisation Program 800 Series - Part 1
Copied directly from a dealership VHS video If you any Austin/Rover videos, especially relating to the Maestro and Montego models, we would love to hear from you.





Rover - Rover 600 - Product Insight
Rover - Rover 600 - Product Insight Copied directly from a dealership VHS video If you have any Austin/Rover videos, especially relating to the Maestro and Montego models, we would love to hear from you. Programme Content A review of the upcoming Rover 600 range and the differences between the models. ST0046 1993





Design with Style -- The Rover SD1
Rover and British Leyland were beset by problems in the mid 1970s. Out of this cauldron of mismanagement came the Rover SD1 in 1976. It was called SD for the Specialist Division and 1 for the first car to come from the in-house styling department. Despite a dramatic, innovative design both inside and out, the option of classic V8 grunt, and more or less universally praised dynamics, the SD1's reputation -and its longevity suffered at the hands of a company in meltdown. And it could all have been so different. The car, which was styled by Rover's design genius David Bache, had some grand ambitions. It had been designed to look like a family version of contemporary Italian supercars (they even got a load of Italian supercars in for comparison purposes early in the design process), while the attractive interior was intelligently designed from both a user's and an engineering perspective. Such was BL's confidence in it that they ploughed £31 million into a new factory (which in the end would be mothballed after just five years it even received rave reviews from the motoring press. "It is hard to be over-enthusiastic about the new 3500" said Autocar. "On every score, its qualities justify any kind of enthusiasm. It would have been hard to predict, especially looking at the bald paper specification, just how well the car would perform, handle and ride. "Add to that the spaciousness and aerodynamic efficiency of the body, and the attention paid to ensuring that the car will last, and it is easy to see why all competitors are casting worried glances, not only at the car but also at its price. If the 3500 will be built in sufficient numbers, if the quality can be maintained along with the price, and if the ground is not cut from under its wheels by ill-advised legislation, the new 3500 should be one of the successes of the decade." But production numbers, of course, could not be maintained and nor could the quality. And all we are left with in the 21st century is a whole bag of 'what ifs' and a dwindling handful of what was once one of the most promising cars ever to be created in Britain. Source: http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?t=996733





Rover montego drag racing
Rover montego estate drag racing at Shakespeare raceway 30/10/2011





Shakespeare Raceway 2011
April 2nd 2011, First RWYB session of the year, a collection of Viva's enjoy an almost empty track for lots and lots of runs. Marvin has a race against DHR, Rove and Lily battle it out for the V8 honours, Ermentrude paces herself against Lily. All in all a great day out.





Mustang Corbeau FX1 Seat and Harness Installation
http://www.cjponyparts.com/corbeau-seat-fixed-back-fx1/p/SEAT14A-V/ The FX1 Seat from Corbeau combines comfort, performance, and safety at an absolutely unbeatable price. If you enjoy racing and want a practical and affordable shell seat, the FX1 is perfect. It features ultimate lateral support with well-defined thigh, kidney, and shoulder bolsters that will reduce the amount of driver fatigue and enhance the overall driving experience. It also has a seat back brace, anti-slip cloth and microsuede fabrics, aluminum side mounts, and harness capability. The first step to installation is to remove both the passenger and driver's side seats. The Corbeau Harness Bar mounts to the two seat belt bolts on the b-pillar on both sides. Remove the bolt and slide it through the harness bar opening, then return it to its location. Then, remove the lower seat belt bolts and install the bracket for the harness bar and the metal support bars. You'll want to secure your Corbeau seat to its seat track, along with connecting the belt. Next, install the shoulder harnesses to the harness bar and you're ready to return your seat to inside the car. Total installation of seat, harness bar and harness takes around three hours. Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar 1994-2004: http://www.cjponyparts.com/corbeau-seat-belt-harness-bar-1994-2004/p/SBHB/ See more Corbeau Mustang Parts from CJ Pony Parts: http://www.cjponyparts.com/corbeau/c/8_1001_38/





Rover 400 / 414 / 416 / 420 Starting With Immobiliser Off !
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Land Rover's History
Land Rover is a British car manufacturer with its headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire, United Kingdom which specialises in four-wheel-drive vehicles. It is owned by the Indian company Tata Motors, forming part of their Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) group. It is the second oldest four-wheel-drive car brand in the world (after Jeep). The Land Rover name was originally used by the Rover Company for one specific vehicle model, named simply the Land Rover, launched by Rover in 1948. Over the following years it developed into a marque encompassing a range of four-wheel-drive models, including the Defender, Discovery, Freelander, Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Range Rover Evoque. Land Rovers are currently assembled in the company's Halewood and Solihull plants, with research and development taking place at JLR's Gaydon and Whitley engineering centres. Land Rover sold 194,000 vehicles worldwide in 2009. Although the brand originates from the original 1947 model, Land Rover as a company has only existed since 1978, prior to this it was a product line of the Rover Company which was subsequently absorbed into the Rover-Triumph division of the British Leyland Motor Corporation (BL) following Leyland Motor Corporation's takeover of Rover in 1967. The ongoing commercial success of the original Land Rover series models, and latterly the Range Rover in the 1970s in the midst of BL's well documented business troubles prompted the establishment of a separate Land Rover company but still under the BL umbrella, remaining part of the subsequent Rover Group in 1988 under the ownership of British Aerospace after the remains of British Leyland were broken up and privatised. In 1994 Rover Group plc was acquired by BMW. In 2000 Rover Group was broken-up by BMW and Land Rover was sold to Ford Motor Company, becoming part of its Premier Automotive Group. In June 2008 Ford sold both Land Rover and Jaguar Cars to Tata Motors. - SUBSCRIBE! Please Like me on facebook; http://www.facebook.com/tf555 Twitter @ActionKing787 tumblr: http://techfanatic555.tumblr.com/ Get a text message each time I upload a new video! You can opt-out at any time and your information is kept confidential! Subscribe today http://motube.us/techfanatic555





Worst tappet noise from a petrol engine ever
Worst tappet noise from a petrol engine ever. Took the car from an owner that has abandoned the car for months. Car is Rover 827 Sterling with 220,000 miles in it. Engine still impressively accelerates well. But due to it's bad worn out valves lifters makes the engine sounds terrible. Sounds even worst then a diesel.





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