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Re: OK, vote on this one

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Bob (Aust)

09-04-2013 23:36:20

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"but it is a Std engine"

Must be a TEA20, not TE20? The full Standard engine overhaul kit is around $450 and includes pistons, cylinders, crank shaft and con rod bearings, full gaskets etc. And if it is the early 80 mm bore Standard engine, you can install the later 85 mm cylinder sleeves.

Doesn't come much cheaper than that!

Almost no part of the TEA20 which is not available from a variety of suppliers, as Charles said.

But I'll betcha you can't put a TEA20 together in 29 minutes (or what ever it was.........) :lol:
Bob in Oz

'53 TEA20

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Charles in Aus.

09-05-2013 17:06:17

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 Re: OK, vote on this one in reply to Bob (Aust), 09-04-2013 23:36:20  

Good one Bob, and for $690. Aus you can get a kit that comes with a new crankshaft , take the $200 odd that it takes to have the old one ground and it looks attractive . One thing to keep in mind is that there are two versions of the Standard petrol engine ; the TEA and the TED . The TED was designed to run on Kerosene and has a vastly different head . Engine block and general lower end is all the same though . Serial number and model designation is on an alloy plate on the steering turret Tony .

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