Bundesstraße (abbreviated B) is a German Bundesstraße (German for " federal highway") in the federal state of Hesse. The route runs southwest from. Gegen die seit drei Wochen bestehende Vollsperrung der Bundesstraße zwischen Eppstein und Kelkheim regt sich Widerstand. Nachdem vergangene. Juni Am starten die Bauarbeiten zur Deckensanierung auf B in Oberursel ab der Ausfahrt Oberursel Nord (Ende A ) bis zur.
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Have we recognised your operating system correctly? For that reason, the more common Buick version which looks like a traditional nailhead V8 has emerged as more desirable to some.
A mid-year introduction was the Buick Special Skylark version, which had The two-barrel engine was unchanged. For , the four-barrel was bumped to The great expense of the aluminum engine led to its cancellation after the model year.
Another problem was clogged radiators from antifreeze mixtures incompatible with aluminum. Casting-sealing technology was not advanced enough at that time to prevent the high scrap rates.
Mickey Thompson entered a stock-block powered car in the Indianapolis From , there had not been a single stock-block car in this race.
In , the was the only non- Offenhauser -powered entry in the field. Surplus engine blocks of the Oldsmobile F85 version formed the basis of the Australian Formula One Repco V8 [ citation needed ] used by Brabham to win the Formula One world championship, although only the earliest engines had any Oldsmobile components.
Throughout the years, the Rover Co. Capacities ranged from 3. Rover also used the engine in the Range Rover. Morgan used the Rover version in its Plus 8.
The engine remains well-supported by enthusiast clubs, specialist parts suppliers, and by shops that specialize in conversions and tuning.
Using the 5 liter Rover block and crankshaft, a maximum displacement of In , Buick replaced the with an iron-block engine of very similar architecture.
The new "small block" engine had a bore of 3. The was offered in two-barrel form, with 9. The four-barrel option was cancelled for , and the was replaced entirely by the in It was offered with two- or four-barrel carburetion, the two-barrel with a 9: Although it shared the displacement of the other GM small blocks, including the Chevrolet , Oldsmobile , and Pontiac , the Buick blocks were of a substantially different proprietary company design.
The Buick featured the same 3. The Buick also shares an integrated aluminum timing cover, which incorporates the oil pump mechanisms, leaving the oil filter exposed to oncoming air for added cooling.
This design characteristic made the engine significantly wider than the others — essentially the same as the Buick big-blocks, which have the shortest stroke of the GM big-blocks.
Buick introduced a "big block" V8 in to replace the largest displacement nailheads. It retained a 4. This engine has a bore of 4.
It was the only large V8 engine available for the intermediate-sized A-body Buicks due to the GM cubic inch limit restriction in effect through However, as the chopper control system at the time was not considered robust enough for the electrically rougher third rail Southern Region , they were fitted with second-hand camshaft control systems and thus classified as the class.
The s allowed the Class and Class to be withdrawn, as well as allowing the Class s to be transferred to the Merseyside network for which they were originally intended.
They also allowed other stock to be cascaded to the North London and Oxted lines. There were three batches of Class s, all consisting of four cars: There are 43 four-car units, all allocated to South Western Railway at Wimbledon depot.
These 20 units are all allocated to South Western Railway at Wimbledon depot. The rest of was scrapped. Deliveries commenced in to Strawberry Hill.
The first entered service on 28 March All were initially allocated to Wimbledon depot working services on the Central and South Western divisions.
All were delivered in British Rail blue and white livery, before being repainted in Network SouthEast white, blue and red livery from In May , was renumbered and renamed Wimbledon Traincare depot in recognition of the depot obtaining BS quality services accreditation.
In April in the lead up to the privatisation of British Rail , were allocated to the Network SouthCentral shadow franchise and sold to Eversholt.
In April it was announced that the SWT units would be fitted with new traction equipment provided by Vossloh Kiepe. As part of the re-powering of the fleet, the air operated camshaft and electrical resistance grids will be removed, as well as the EE traction motors.
Fitting new traction equipment both improves Miles per Breakdown values and overall reduces operating and maintenance costs.
A manufacturing defect in the new traction equipment has caused three failures in service and five under test. Two of the failures in service involved unit , the other involved unit Despite recent upgrades to the units, South Western Railway will replace the fleet with Aventras by December In August , the franchise passed to Southern with all 46 transferred.