A complete V8 dual handmade stainless exhaust system for less money than that fitted to my family hatchback. £250 for something that should outlast the car.
The standard 4.6 Litre Rover V8 has a really long Serpentine belt. It drives a lot of equipment I don't need such as air conditioning and power steering. Mine was fitted with a 7PK2320 belt. That's a 7 ridge flat belt, 2320mm long. With all the ancillaries fitted, the engine simply didn't come close to fitting in the engine bay.
Rover V8 4.6Litre Locost 4x4. I've changed from JEE Rover SD1 to Megasquirt 4.6
Rover V8 headers made from stainless aren’t easy to make DIY. I started them nearly a year ago, but they’re finally finished. My previous attempt at making stainless headers My first attempt used bits of hoover tube. They were a… Read More »DIY Stainless Rover V8 Headers
Homemade Rover V8 Stainless Headers for 1/4 of the retail price! Made from an old vacuum cleaner, cheap Chinese collectors and laser cut header plates.
Rover V8 to MT75 4x4 gearbox conversion successfully installed into Haynes Roadster Kit Car
I was fed up with that old Rover V8 falling off its jacks, so I made up some engine mounts.
Trial fitment of the Rover V8 engine goes well at first but the solenoid is occupying the same space as the 4x4 prop-shaft.
Modern V8's are getting smaller and more powerful. The Lexus V8 is growing in popularity among builders and with the good old fashioned Rover V8 getting a little long in the tooth, is it a serious contender?