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Engine that was built by MOFOCO for my 73 Super Beetle

"Project Streetwise" Performance Complete (69mm X 90.5mm Bore) CE1776PS At Mofoco, all of our engines, transmissions, and heads are built to order! Because of this, there are typical wait times of two days, to four weeks. This is our most popular longblock in a complete turn key form. The base model is built from the "Streetwise Longblock" and configured with BOSCH 009 distributor, Blue Coil, Silicone Wires, Black Stock-Style Doghouse Tin Works, Heat Exchangers, Monza Style Muffler, a Alternator and Dual Kadrons - Single Barrel 40s Features: New Engine Case with Welded No. 3 Scat 69mm Counterweighted Crankshaft Mahle 90.5 Pistols & Barrels New Blueprinted Connecting Rods Hydraulic Lifters Special Hydraulic Cam Filter Style Oil Pump MOFOCO "042" Cylinder Heads "Port & Polish" Increase the air flow through the ports to maximize the horsepower potential of your engine. 40mm x 35.5mm Stainless Steel Valves New Bosch 55Amp Alternator New Lightened Flywheel 8 Dowelled Silicone Rear Main Seal Solid Rocker Shafts Balanced Hot test ran & tuned before leaving our facility 12 month warranty "Clutch Kit" Includes: Spring Type Clutch Disc, Pressure Plate, and Throw Out Bearing. Dual Kadrons - Single Barrel 40s with electric chokes EMPI 9421 COMPU-FIRE 009 ELECTRONIC IGNITION Eliminate points bounce, timing changes, and experience smoother engine performance. Fits all air cooled engines with a 009 distributor EMPI 8910 CHROME DISTRIBUTOR CLAMP & BOLT VW BUG EMPI 9075 VW BUG ENGINE 7 1/2" LONGER CHROME DIPSTICK EMPI 8991 ENGINE ALTERNATOR STAND CHROME VW BUG EMPI 9119 CHROME ALTERNATOR GENERATOR PULLEY NUT VW BUG EMPI 9191 CHROME 12V ALTERNATOR GENERATOR PULLEY VW BUG EMPI 9117 VW BUG CHROME CRANKSHAFT PULLEY BOLT CRANK EMPI 9138 VW ALUMINUM CLIP ON VALVE COVERS & GASKETS


 


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