This is the 1.8L VW boxer engine intended for use in a '75 Porsche 914 race car. The engine has been race prepped by myself and others at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. We are Team Rose Motorsports, and we build and race cars. We also have an 88 Ford Mustang setup for drag racing and an 89 BMW 325is that competes in D-stock SCCA solo autocross.
This is a video of Dyno break-in under no load...should make a full pull within the next few weeks...carbs still need tuning.
Type 4 Store Camshaft & Valve Train Details
A video that addresses frequently asked questions about the Type 4 Store
camshafts and valve train assemblies. Learn about whats included in the
kits and whats required to install them successfully.
Porsche 914 comes to life after a 4 year plus slumber.
1973 Porsche 914 2.0 liter four cylinder is started up for the first time
after putting new electrical, fuel lines, fuel pump etc. in the car. And
rebuilding the carburetors (actually the second start) The first start
actually started much quicker. One has to pump the accelerator petal hard
on older cars. Check out the car IV i put together with a 1 gallon
Hawaiian Punch bottle.
Miniature 6 cylinder boxer engine
Upload to 2013/06/16
This is a remake of my flat six engine. New cams, fuel tank, intake and exh
manifolds, smaller and enclosed crankcase. Runs smoother and I feel is a
better looking engine.
Kolm Engines 100cc Boxer
Kolm Engines 100cc fourstroke gas Boxer Engine
amazing sound, torque an power, minimum vibrations
Porsche 914 2.4 Liter Engine, 2413cc Motor, Air cooled VW, Bus, Type 4, 2.0 IV
150 Hp Type IV high performance engine, 71mm stroke x 104mm bore. Scat C45
cam, polished intakes, 44mm x 38mm SS valves, 9.2:1 CR, dual 44mm Webers. I
built this engine for my brother and while I was gone he shot the video
with my test Exhaust removed. The good
thing is that he the engine ran fine for the 3 years he had it so luckily
he didn't hurt anything.
MT Classic - Jaguar XJ13
Take a look into the past with Angus MacKenzie and the Jag that never got
its chance to roar... Until now.
Shot by: Gordon Green
Edited by: Gordon Green
Practical Motorhome Doubleback VW Camper review
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Practical Motorhome's Jeremiah Mahadevan runs the rule over the stunning,
innovative Doubleback camper, based on the venerable long-wheel base VW T5.
UPDATE (13/05/2013): Danbury Motorcaravans has released a five-seater
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Volkswagen Jetta Removing Rear Inner Door Panel - Part 3
In this video, the inner door panel or as Volkswagen calls it, the door
carrier assembly is shown being removed. There is a lot of detail in this
video where I describe the spreader pin and spreader plug. This two piece
nylon insert holds the window to the lift rail regulator slot. Also, to
bring you along with me, I did not cut out the scenes which showed me
struggling to remove this two piece insert, although with video editing,
this step would look easy. I hope you enjoy the video and thanks for