Job # 2261 (JL)
 
4.2 E Type - Full engine rebuild




Update report - April 20, 2019

Corey has been busy repairing damaged threads and pressing out the old cylinder liners. The last two photographs in the sequence below show completely blocked water jackets hidden behind the old sleeves.



Block and head had several poorly installed helicoils
Note damaged threads behind helicoil










New threads cut for oversized steel insert











Repair now complete
Corey pressing out the old cylinder liners










All of the water jackets behind the old
sleeves were completely blocked
Internal cooling of this block was obviously severely
compromised




Progress in the Team CJ engine shop.
















Extensive corrosion and silt build up behind the
rear water jacket cover plate










Rear water jacket around rearmost cylinder
was 100% blocked
Looking a little better!










Magnaflux crack checking the block after a high
temp chemical wash (OK)
Debris has damaged main bearings and crank
journals










Head was warped .008" and will
require align honing
Measuring cam bearing clearances after completing
align hone




I am delighted to report that we have your engine rebuild underway. Removing the cylinder head was something of a challenge thanks to several seized/rusted head studs.



Engine as received











Several seized head studs had to be cut to
remove the cylinder head
























Some of the upgrades that will be incorporated
into this rebuild


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