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2V alloy pre crossflow

Hi I just got a tc corty with a pre crossflow. I want to get a bit out of the motor. So I need more info about alloy 2V heads and access parts for them too. I know it would be easier to fit a xflow motor but I want to keep as near orig as possable
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Re: 2V alloy pre crossflow

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Hi I just got a tc corty with a pre crossflow. I want to get a bit out of the motor. So I need more info about alloy 2V heads and access parts for them too. I know it would be easier to fit a xflow motor but I want to keep as near orig as possable
Cheers Brad
Brad, this post is old and you only made 1 post so I don't know if you'll ever read this, but all the info you need about alloy 2v, based on Aussie 2v but developed in the USA, is at Classic Inlines
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