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kent crossflow engine ,put enough of them together on the assembly line many years ago ,now it depends on the engine type weither its a GT or not if its not then i seem to remember about 12 inlet and 15 exhaust but do check for wear under the rocker arm before adjusting and make allowences but do not grind them down as this will destroy the case hardening
I built these engine on the assembly line ,couldnt you fit a OHC cortina engine as in the UK its not a issue with the paperwork and technical engineers like it is here in spain but finding a kent 1.6 GT lump with a webber carb nowdays ? ever heard of a brown stuff from a rocking horse?