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RE: F experiences (was: RE: TD replica k

Subject: RE: F experiences (was: RE: TD replica k
From: David Pocock <Dave@HS.BE.WEDNET.EDU>
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 96 11:49:00 PST
you do not need the lead additive,, unless you intend to run the car hard. 
Like high revs, long and hard.  Under normal driving conditions you will not 
need the additive.   If by chance someday you have the head off for whatever 
reason, have the machine shop put in harden seats and valves.  I wouldn't 
bother otherwise unless you have time and money  on your hands and need 
something to do.

My 65  does fine on the local fuel

Dave pocock ,   Auto shop instructor , Burlington-Edison High School
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Date: 25 Jan 1996 13:57:06 U
From: "Lou Nevins" <>
Subject: RE: F experiences (was: RE: TD replica kit)
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Yes you need the lead substitute addative if the car has the original valves.
Newer valves are different with a hardened edge.
From: Katy Cykler on Wed, Jan 24, 1996 3:05 PM
Subject: Re: F experiences (was: RE: TD replica kit)

Major question that I did not see an anwer to earlier in the year.  Whatb 
about fuel for my 64 MG  Is the highest octane unleaded okay to use ?  
When I was in an automotive store they had this additive for cars that 
require leaded fuel.  Is this a gimic or is it legitimate?

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