Ive decided I have way to much time and money.
Then again I've never been married and have no kids.
I bought a set of kr cases and have decided to build an engine for vintage
I've build a couple of Duck single for racing in Europe and realize that
the vintage racing there is serious and lots of modern tech goes into the
Looking at the kr I realize there are alot of items not available or
things that could be improved.
(I've got my own machine shop and an friend who is a cracker machinist)
I realize that my major problem will be cylinders.
From what I can see the K an KR cylinders are about the same on the outside
I realize the porting and valves are much different.
A client has a 3d laser scanner and will let me use it to measure up some parts
From there to autocad to set it up for the shrink factor and then casting
There are much better alloys to use than the cast cylinders orginally used.
(a set of cast aluminium cylinder? no thats going to far)
We will modify the casing for some superblend bearing and
figure our crank from what we have from there.
Any and all advice comments appreciated.
I already know I'm not a purist thank you (gr)