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Old 12 Jan 2023, 14:15 (Ref:4139871)   #1
agricola
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Cosworth 711m blocks

I have a cast iron 711m block I bought years ago which was described as part of a Cosworth clubman pack. It is bored 83.5mm has a number punched on one of the caps and a corresponding Ultrasonic diagram of bore thickness with it. Anybody share any light? I was under the impression they were a sort of do it yourself kit supplied by Cosworth for BDs?
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