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I add this for reference.
I bought a Brigham engine a few years ago. A very mildly tweaked 998 for the road.
This was after buying an ebay promise which turned out to be a pile of scrap. We decided to go for a builder who appeared reputable.
Brigham proved very pleasant to deal with and produced an engine only slightly over the promised time.
I went to collect and met a young chap obviously starting out in his new career path and was impressed with him, if not the shed he worked from.
Although the engine produced the power figures claimed when on the rolling road, it smoked like a chimney and would lose about 1/2 pint of oil a week.
We eventually had to rebuild it and found the bores had not been honed. In fact they were as rough as a badger's arse.
Sadly, therefore, unless habits have changed I can't recommend as a quality rebuilder.
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