v8 range rover 3,5 L carbu
v8 range rover 3,5 L carbu(réfection et premier démarrage)
v8 range rover 3,5 L carburettor(repairing and first start)
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.
Evinrude 300XP -91
After a few hours in the workshop..
The expansion chambers are "home made" by hydroforming. The original Exhaust is milled away and the engine
block is filled whit plastic.
This engine will get electronic fuel injection and will not be used in a
Note: This is a sponsored video for Forge Apollo
Sauvetage d'un Range Rover V8
AUTOpsie: "Seconde Chance".
Sauvetage d'un Range Rover Classic V8 qui agonisait, la renaissance du
véhicule pas à pas.
Restauration du moteur, soubassement, carrosserie, intérieur.
Ne les envoyez pas à la casse, mais restaurez-les!
landrover vs bigger dodge ram cummins !
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landrover 90 returns! , this time we got a bigger dodge ram !
The Series III Crane Land Rover Part 1
I had to make a clip of Peters special Series Land-Rover fitted with a
Dette er Peters dejlige Serie III Land Rover med kran. Jeg blev
selvfølgelig nødt til at lave et lille videoklip af denne skønne
Seriebil i action. Den er yderst effektiv og virkelig smart.
Jeg kan godt forstå at ejeren Peter er glad for den.
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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.
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?
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
Land Rover Discovery V8 Muscle, Silencer Removal, Before and After Sound
A before and after replacing the centre silencer on my 1995 Discovery 3.9
V8i. Also a quick 0-60 test. Meaty!
Only modification to Exhaust system so
far is the silencer removal... next up the catalytic converters will be
chopped out, and the rear silencer replaced by a cherry bomb or similar.
If I keep the vehicle, it's likely the headers will be replaced in favour
of some tubular extractor four-into-one items.
But for now, it sounds good -- definitely a V8, but not too anti-social!