A surprise after removing cylinder head for preventative maintenance (1 Viewer)

mudgudgeon

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Looks good. I had a similar HG failure on #1 pot on mine.
No damage to head or block, but mine hydrolocked the motor when it went.

Fortunately no damage.

Mine had no coolant in it since I replaced the PHH a few months earlier, hence the disgusting water.

I would have had mine all buttoned up a week ago, but I decided to break my leg instead :bang:

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Looks good. I had a similar HG failure on #1 pot on mine.
No damage to head or block, but mine hydrolocked the motor when it went.

Fortunately no damage.

Mine had no coolant in it since I replaced the PHH a few months earlier, hence the disgusting water.

I would have had mine all buttoned up a week ago, but I decided to break my leg instead :bang:

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Looks like your gasket failed in the same spot. I got really lucky catching mine when I did. So sorry to hear about breaking your leg. Hope you heal up well.
 

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