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  1. I am new to TR6's always lusted after one, now bought one, so here goes. I imported a good looking TR6 from the U.S.A. which has had a recent engine rebuild, looks professional, nice coat of paint all over, yes I know thats no indication in itself, however , a rough finish is an indication of lack of attention to detail. A recent visit to the rolling road showed that it has 103BHP at the engine, now I assume that in 1970 this would have been SAE. The rolling road figure is DIN so that should be worth + 15 to 20% The compression figures are 185PSI. average with all well within 10% of each other. and yes I have checked the guage and they were taken cold at WOT. Should I assume ( hope ) that this has had other work i.e. cam replacement ? Any help, comments, would be greatfully recieved as I am new to the forum. Richard..
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