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1936 Endeavour
« on: 26 Aug 2020 at 12:52 »
Hi all
I am a new member to the forum but have looked on as a guest for some time.
Does anyone out there have a good inlet manifold for a 1936 Endeavour.
Mine is usable but has had the oil heat exchanger cut out internally and I wanted to return it to original. Currently the manifold ices running it as is.
Many thanks.
Steve.

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Re: 1936 Endeavour
« Reply #1 on: 13 Sep 2020 at 12:29 »
Morning all
Lots of views is anyone able to help?

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Re: 1936 Endeavour
« Reply #2 on: 17 Oct 2020 at 10:16 »
Hi Steve

I have a spare aero manifold but it sounds different - mine is straight piping . 

There are some Douglas manifolds for other models coming off on Ebay this weekend. Not listed for an Endeavour . I do not know if there is any similarity in the centre castings. Might be worth a look

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Jeremy

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Re: 1936 Endeavour
« Reply #3 on: 17 Oct 2020 at 15:44 »
Afternoon Jeremy
Thanks for the info!
The Aero manifold, unfortunately will not fit, the parts on eBay i had seen but have checked again and are not really suitable.
The Endeavour manifold is pretty much a one off from what I see. For some reason a previous owner has cut out the internal pipe work from within the oil heat exchanger, so the return oil is bypassing the manifold, resulting in the inlet pipe work icing, sweating fairly heavily when running.

Again many thanks for the info and hopefully someone will come up with the goods.

Steve

 

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