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Old 5th October 2005
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Default Pretty cool XL engine schematic...

I came across this, shows the oilflow through an XL engine.

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Cool picture!
Thanx for that.
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Thats a pretty neat picture. There's a similar picture of the EVO engine in the factory service manual also.

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I like it,the manual has an isometeric view of one,but I like this cross section view too.
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I made a negative image of that picture and now have a new desktop image for my PC !!!

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Excellent schematic.... now I know where my oil goes, what an exciting journey it has, again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and .................

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As long as we are posting blue prints , here's some oldies
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