alloy cylinder head

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  • It has an alloy cylinder head and a closed deck iron engine block.
  • The design with the alloy cylinder head having proved so successful on the Austin Fourteen it would now be applied across the range.
  • With the development of its first light alloy cylinder head, a much more significant "across the frame" version of the boxer engine was designed.
  • An aluminium alloy cylinder head reduced weight and noise, a new Bosch injection system gave improved running characteristics and better starting performance.
  • The model used the same engine as the T110 but with the new "Delta" alloy cylinder head.
  • The 1945 wartime cast iron engine continued in production until 1951, when an alloy cylinder head was introduced but otherwise it remained largely unchanged.
  • The originally cast iron cylinder block and head soon were replaced with a light alloy cylinder head with special airways to improve cooling and austenitic iron valve seat inserts.
  • In 1937 the company developed a shorter-stroke 250 engine and an aluminium-alloy cylinder head with right-hand exhaust port.
  • Handling was improved by the addition of rear suspension and telescopic forks and it gained an alloy cylinder head from the 1950s.
  • The new detachable aluminium alloy cylinder head was fitted over inclined side valves and anodised aluminium alloy pistons.
  • The cast aluminium alloy cylinder head contains two valves per cylinder each with two concentric valve springs, and shim-adjustable bucket tappets.
  • The F10D got a contemporary SOHC alloy cylinder head with 4 valves per cylinder and MPFI.
  • Brough went to the trouble of making the engines special by increasing their capacity by an extra 50 cc to 797 cc and by adding a well-engineered light alloy cylinder head.
  • The Storm utilised Electronic Unit Injection by Lucas (at the time this technology was rare on small-capacity engine, being used only on large commercial vehicles) and a cross-flow aluminium alloy cylinder head on a cast-iron block.
  • It was powered by a 1725 cc four-cylinder engine producing, more than the Minx thanks to its alloy cylinder head and twin-barreled Solex carburetor.
  • Designed by Charles Udall, the Viper's 349cc engine had a bi-metal cylinder with a cast iron liner, high compression piston and a light alloy cylinder head.
  • By 1951 the model 18 had an alloy cylinder head and the competition models had also an alloy cylinder (with steel liner in it), where the barrel fins went all the way to the base.
  • In 1936 Velocette developed the KSS Mk II which had a Velocette MKV KTT based chassis and a new engine with an alloy cylinder head.
  • Conceived by Velocette's Eugene Goodman and designed by Charles Udall, the Venom's 499 cc engine had a bi-metal cylinder with a cast-iron liner, high compression piston and a light alloy cylinder head.