Has anyone ever tried actively pulling crankcase vacuum to prevent the leak?
On 11/26/2021 7:34 AM, Rick Fisk via Spridgets wrote:
> Hi David,
> The kits from MED engineering in England work. But they are quite pricey and
> require removal and machining of the rear main cap. The kits from Gerard's
> Garage work well and are also pricey. I ran one of his kits on one of my
> race engines and it worked well. But Gerard quit making them a few years
> ago. He came out of retirement a few weeks ago and said he was going to
> produce another batch, but I believe it's too late to get in on this run.
> The other kit for sale out there and sold by Moss, Spridgetmania, etc. all
> come from the same supplier in England. They slow the leak down, but don't
> really stop it. I have one of those on another engine.
> I also have a well built properly ventilated engine with the nothing but the
> factory eyebrow piece and it doesn't leak. My last street Midget was a '72
> with the factory PCV system functioning properly and it didn't leak. :-)
>> On Nov 26, 2021, at 9:51 AM, David Doiron via Spridgets
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>> ï»¿Anyone have experience with the various rear main seals?
>> W David Doiron
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