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Taipan, it was a very nasty accident, they said it flow over 85 feet before it hit the ground and rolled over several times, they had to cut it up to extract them both out. I forgot to tell you that on Friday (last) I finished the job on the Croatia trophy buggy engine, this rover 3.9l v8 was upgraded to 4.2l by a stroker crankshaft, the block was re-sleeved using standard 94mm pistons and converted to distributor less system using a megajolt spark system (trigger wheel and sensor), this system allows the engine to still operate when totally submerged under water, the ZF automatic was also totally overhauled.



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