Question about Jaguar XJ
The main difference is the non-lead version has hardened valves and seats in the cylinder head and a catalytic converter in the exhaust. You may be able to obtain a later head that fits this engine. The converter is an easy splice-in by cutting out a section of the exhaust header pipe and fitting suitable connectors. If you need to pass emission regulations, then it gets more complicated.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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