(and sumps) Engine Mounts Exhaust Clamps Engine Number Tag Fault Diagnosis Gold Seal Engines Head Gasket Oil Cooler Oil Filters Oil Gauge Oil Hoses Oil Pressure Relief Valve Oil Pressure Warning Light Oils and ZDDP Oil Thrower Power Torque and Consumption Curves Rocker Cover Spark Plugs Tappet Chest Covers Timing Marks V8 Bearings V8 Exhaust Manifolds V8 Hot Tapping V8 Inlet Manifold V8 Oil Flow V8 Oil Pump V8 Pistons V8 Starter V8 Front Cover V8 Topend Rebuild Vacuum Gauge Valve Clearances Valve Timing Water Pump Won't Start Won't Switch Off!Links The sectioned MGB at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon When performing a compression test the engine should be at normal working temperature, remove all the plugs, and wedge the throttle wide open, then test each cylinder 'dry' noting the results.
The general rule of thumb is that anything more than 10% difference from the lowest to the highest warrants investigation, and in reality they should be closer than that under normal circumstances.Photographs courtesy of ISMACS News, Mike Anderson, Pat Nordmark, Bernard Pokorski, West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Museums, Linda Winkens, the London Sewing Machine Museum. Errors and omissions: Singer surgical stitching instrument (for right-handed use). Its usefulness is limited only by the ingenuity of the surgeon." Singer's early tension device. Supplied with walnut table and treadle, or folding table top that forms a case, or an enclosed parlour cabinet. They were never advertised, although they got plenty of publicity otherwise.
- includes the model/series-prefix to the engine serial number before 1954; or - includes the model/series prefix and suffix from 1954 and later This code is pressed into the ledge in the block that is just to the rear of the distributor Block: 837591 Head: 837230 (used up to serial #4783316, early April 1935) - identified by having 15 long head bolts.
In addition, we stock new replacement parts for the Singer 221 Featherweight.
Because there are so many parts for so many machines, we feel it best to leave the researching of parts to the experts.
We also have parts for antique and vintage sewing machines.
If you are in need of some obsolete part, we might be able to find what you need from our sewing machine junk yard.
A brief recap: the new Mark IV “porcupine” 396 CID engine arrived in the early months of 1965, and was available as a production option in the Corvette and full-sized Chevrolets, in L78 425 hp form.