BEETLE DRAG Racing
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CLASH supports : Marius Hesleskaug
Marius Hesleskaug and Clash work together to bring you some great videos.
If you want more, spread the word and share the video !
About the director:
" I´m a 26 year old amateur filmmaker from Norway, that has a huge
interest in motorsport. I started out with my first videocamera two years
ago. And now I have a Sony PMW Ex1 and a Canon 7d. Over the years the
norwegian motorsport scene has mostly been Rallying but in the later years
drifting as grown as a sport as well. I have startet a website called
www.autobloggen.net to contribute as much footage from the track as I can.
Hope you like my videos. "
1964 VW engine on a Gibson frame. After sitting in an old barn for 15
years, I brought this thing to life in May of 2009. Fuel filters, new gas
lines, new fuel pump, carb rebuild, plug wires, plugs, points, 6 volt
battery , battery cables, wiring and 3 oil changes. Smokes sometimes on
start up due to bad valve seals but runs great after warm up. Got several
plows, rock rake and a small bulldozer blade to play with. Love it !
1776cc VW beetle motor
1776cc (69mm x 90.5mm) with dual 40 IDF Weber carbs. Engle 120 cam w/
performance lifters. 40mm x 35mm valves (044 heads). Tri-mil Exhaust. Oil/filter pump combo. Flamethrower II
coil & points replacement. 009 distributor. 8mm performance plug wires.
For a video of this engine running in the car, please click on the link
cc head for 2276 vw engine build.
I had installed the spark plugs in the head before cc'ing for an accurate #
this reading (#) of 45mm is used with other information (cyl size, crank
stroke ect) in an engine calculator to figure out compression ratio.
Turbo drag bug
Check this url for more http://www.thunderacing.co.uk/ from Rob Bowler's
Bug at Santa Pod. Best run to date is 10.3 @ 132mph
Paul P 2275cc 189HP @ 6500 RPM
This engine is going to Island of Guam customer Paul P will really like the
power and torque of this weekend warrior beast, built by Anibal Chico of
Chico Performance in Arcadia,CA USA on the Dyno making 3 pulls 6000 RPM
then 5500 RPM and finally 6500 RPM runs like a beast and idle's like a
1776cc VW engine
A short clip of me running the 1776 I built a few years ago. The engine
and just about everything else in the video was destroyed when the garage
burned down 2 years ago. I managed to salvage the internals from the
motor, and it's now running dual Weber 40 IDFs. It is currently installed
in an orignal Meyers Manx dune buggy.