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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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VW valve guides air cooled classic vintage Volkswagen heads
Here's a video I made that shows how I changed the valve guides on my 1965 baja bug. The engine is a 1600 dual port. Just sharing how I did it, what to look for and my opinion on things. Here's a story about buying the guides, as usual, things are always more complicated then they appear to be: First, I drove to a sort of local VW parts place and measured the valve guides they were selling because I had my doubts they were selling the right stuff... It's a good thing I made the trip, none of the .002" oversize guides they were selling where the right size, I checked with my old school caliper and had an old valve guide with me from my Brazilian head... Of course the guy there said "mine are the right size, your numbers are bogus, why don't you buy some expensive cylinder heads from us and be done with it" After getting that speech I left that place quick in not the happiest of moods. After that fun and games I bought my guides from a big internet VW parts place in California... Well... they screwed up my order, I got one original size guide when I should have got a .002" oversize guide. So they got 7 out of the 8 guides right: Sheesh. I really didn't want to deal with the big internet parts place again because they had already wasted a bunch of my time by sending the wrong part and the shipping was slow because they are a million miles away. So.... on with the saga... Quite a few years ago I stumbled upon http://www.ebuggies.com/ and had it saved in my internet bookmarks because I thought some day I might buy from them because things looked legit on their website... I emailed them about my one odd ball sized valve guide that I needed. Right away I got a response "We have that, give us a call" So I called them and it was a great experience. The guy on the phone seemed to really care about my silly little project. He spent quite a bit of time with me and he measured the guides he had so I knew they would work. Mind you, this is all for a stupid little $15 or so purchase... This guy wanted to honestly help me. Anyways, when I got the 2 guides I bought from them of course all was perfect, exactly how we measured things over the phone... I ended up using the .002" OS guide I bought from them. It was a simple case of good old fashion customer service, knowing what they are talking about and caring about what the customer wanted to do. A rare thing and a refreshing change after having not so good dealings with other places. If you are dealing with odd ball over sized guides like I did in this video I would for sure call up http://www.ebuggies.com/.





1641cc VW Engine Dual Kadrons First Start
Motor 1641 cc, balanced





VW Bug w/ AIRPLANE ENGINE!!!
An incredible Rat Rod built by ITW hotrods. This was built for the 2014 rat rod magazine build off. Where builders compete to see who can build the baddest rat rod in 30 days for under $3,000. In order to qualify you must travel a minimum of 300 miles of the cross country tour as well as the aforementioned time and money restraints. Music by James Autonami: www.facebook.com/autonami





VW 1600 motor rebuild - Part 1
Rebuilding a dual relief twin port 1600 Volkswagen motor.





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