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Knocking engine

Coulr this be just shells and is access easy

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shells?
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the main bearings, pound and make deep sound under heavy engine load. the rod bearings are LOAD RAP RAP sound, like hitting the block with a ball peen hammer.. so does no gasket on exh. flange.
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