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Old Feb 20th, 2021, 18:40   #41
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while we are on about tuning the B30 how about this

TWIN OVERHEAD CAM ALLOY HEAD B20 MOTOR!!!!!

https://www.volvotuner.ch/wordpress/...1/IMG_0005.jpg


seems to be a development of the cylinder head in a museum somewhere
still needs the cams drive worked out by the look of it
The original cross flow was made by Repco in Oz. Tinus Tunning sell the 16v B20.
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Old Feb 24th, 2021, 23:20   #42
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Do they make the head and the drive belt assembly in Holland?

Like this one http://www.tinustuning.nl/shop/TT_16V_B20.jpg

Holland only a small country but some great engineers
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