Our Jaguar E-Type Racing Engine

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By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

Our 1967 Jaguar E-Type racing series engine is now complete, ready and waiting to be fitted.

We have carried out a full rebuild of the engine including the upgraded weber carburettors.

Almost everything has been rebuilt, reconditioned or replaced: exhaust valves, inlet valves, cam buckets, valve guides, VS2 valve springs, head gasket, spark plugs, core plugs, leads, distributor, cap, coil, clamps, timing chain kit, oil pump, FC288 oil filter conversion, oil thrower, main bearings, big end bearings, thrust washers, pistons, clutch.

We’ve reconditioned the lightened flywheel, fitted new flywheel bolts and dowels, block studs, chrome nuts, oil pump seals, exhaust manifold studs, lock tab, small end bushes, crank bungs, tab washers, gaskets, oil pump lock washers, banjo bolts, oil pipe, water pump, rear seals conversion, balance rotating assembly, face block, face head, overhauled water pump, resized big ends, shim head, mild port on head, unleaded conversion, polish cam covers and breather, grind crank, strip and rebuild dyno.



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