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Mk1 Concentric, Sort of !!

Bill Thomas

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What do you call a Concentric on it's side !! Who said Rubbish ! Thanks to Ken, (ksbundy ) Who told us you can take the float and needle valve out of a Concentric and run a remote float, I thought I would go one better and turn it on it's side !! I only have a rear Cylinder Head on my Comet so I thought I would have some Fun, It goes very well ! Cheers Bill.
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Bill Thomas

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Hello Ron, I stripped it out and raced it as a Black Flash a long time ago, With a 2" pipe, I am glad I can still Play with all these bits, I thought I was running out of ideas !! Cheers Bill.
 

Bill Thomas

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Hello Steven, I was a car mechanic for many years, It came off an old Hillman, I use a D breather cap on the Valve adjuster cap a short pipe The breather is plastic and the holes are offset with a gause inside, Then another short pipe, Any oil should go back in the motor, The pipe ends just out of sight, No collector can is needed. Cheers Bill.
 

davidd

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In the first photo, my eyes kept darting to the lone yellowish bolt on the G50 among all of those shiny bolts. The second photo is much more comfortable to view and it is quite brilliant!

David
 
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