Grey Holden vs Red Holden - Winton Hull vs Everingham Hull .

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Grey Holden vs Red Holden - Winton Hull vs Everingham Hull .

Postby Wildwoody1 » 14 Aug 2020, 13:53

Two of the Countries best when pictured. Both Victorian. (1969)
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Darren
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Re: Grey Holden vs Red Holden - Winton Hull vs Everingham Hull .

Postby Darren » 14 Aug 2020, 17:17

Love the pic, that's tight Viper the Winton?

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Re: Grey Holden vs Red Holden - Winton Hull vs Everingham Hull .

Postby rayza1 » 16 Aug 2020, 17:36

Thats my bloody engine in Ronda two, god i'd love to have that in Ronda

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Re: Grey Holden vs Red Holden - Winton Hull vs Everingham Hull .

Postby WoodRay » 16 Aug 2020, 19:50

What work was done to the grey in Viper???

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Re: Grey Holden vs Red Holden - Winton Hull vs Everingham Hull .

Postby Wildwoody1 » 17 Aug 2020, 10:08

Fully developed with Repco Cross-flow and injection and Dry sump system.The 149 had Hi-comp Repco pistons ,Webers , 12port head Mallory Ignition ,fully dry sump oiling.

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Re: Grey Holden vs Red Holden - Winton Hull vs Everingham Hull .

Postby WoodRay » 17 Aug 2020, 20:20

Wildwoody1 wrote:Fully developed with Repco Cross-flow and injection and Dry sump system.The 149 had Hi-comp Repco pistons ,Webers , 12port head Mallory Ignition ,fully dry sump oiling.


Thanks for that. Would love to see some pictures of the set up if there are any.


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