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« on: 10.11. 2022 13:37 »
George Pooley's V6 Triple. George is a 'talented' engineer who also built a four-cylinder Quadrent
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Re: V6
« Reply #1 on: 10.11. 2022 14:00 »
What was your first clue that Mr. Pooley is a talented engineer?

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Re: V6
« Reply #2 on: 10.11. 2022 15:44 »
What was your first clue that Mr. Pooley is a talented engineer?

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Re: V6
« Reply #3 on: 11.11. 2022 03:54 »
Shances of that engine running for longer than 10 seconds before the rears overheated & siezed would be very small
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Re: V6
« Reply #4 on: 11.11. 2022 12:35 »
Shances of that engine running for longer than 10 seconds before the rears overheated & siezed would be very small

It looks as if each cylinder bank has oil cooling which may have alleviated that issue?
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