Gerard Chateauvieux wrote:
> Well, I finally got around to taking my crank from my 12CC engine (that I'm
> fairly certain is an EN40B) and a thick flange block to the machine shop
> today. I thought since these guys do the local BMC dealers work, they would
> know these engines fairly well... but they don't. I hear they do really
> good work though.
> Does anyone know if there is anything that potentially can be a problem
> putting this crank in a later block? I also noticed that the casting
> numbers are different on the main caps. Should I use the matching block
> main caps or the ones that match the crank?
I would use the caps that match the block. The crank is separated via
I have an EN40B crank in a later block, I just dropped it in.
Do use the block caps and rod caps. Do not mix these up between the 2
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