Ace, not trying to be an ass pain, but, where does it actually say that? I have never seen a real (not snidal's) RE engine manual. Does anyone have one? It just seems like an engineering "don't" to make two surfaces seal perfectly in that manner. And certainly not a 3rd world process.
There are times when things need to be changed, and other times which just require things to be put together the way it was intended.This is one of those times when it just needs to be put together as it was intended.
The question was simple "Intended by who?". If you prefer your theory as to why that spigot is there, fine. But as I asked, Where is it written? If you are going to be speaking for RE 's "intentions" you need RE's data to back that up. Cheers, cyrus
" It's just the way it's done. I provided the reasons in my other post.So, to answer the question about "Who intended it?", the answer would be "the people who understand the design, and who know what they are doing, and who care about getting a good result, intend it." " I think what ace is saying is "Because I say so...""the people who understand the design, and who know what they are doing" Now I feel like the lowly serf, being told what is right and how to think... and that I'm not as good as....
For what it's worth Ace, I appreciate you taking the time to explain how to assemble these engines. Experience beats speculation every time.I know it takes time to write these things up and I think I can speak for many of our viewers, your time is not wasted.
and let's go one better.... the composit head gasket IS the fix. I don't think there have been anyreports of it not sealing...
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