cylinder head identification

Discussion in 'Engines' started by willem wallace, May 18, 2013.

  1. willem wallace

    willem wallace New Member

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    Hi Forum,
    I have stumbled onto a set of aircraft cylinder heads, that were carefully tucked away in the loft of an old barn we were cleaning out. They are in great condition, but I have no idea what they fit or how old they are. There is no manufacture name I can locate, but a bunch of numbers stamped in castings. They are marked right and left, which leads me to believe they are from a two cyclinder. Could I get some advice on the best way to identify what they are?
     
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    tyrodtom Well-Known Member

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    Plenty of flat 4 and 6's use individual cylinder heads also.
    Posted pictures on here might be recogniized by someone.
     
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