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1963 Cal-Look Ragtop 2332cc FK-8 cam

Some video of driving on the road after tuning carbs and valve adjustments. It is a 2332cc with an arpm case, 48 dellortos and wedge port heads 1.4 rockers, fk-8 cam and msd ignition stage 2 pressure plate and 6 puck copperhead disc. (see 6800 rpm on the tach at 52 sec in)


 


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'67 VW Bug, 2165cc w/ IDA's
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VW 1835 Engine Test Stand Running
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The Performer Chassis by Airkewld
Complete rebuild of an original VW chassis to perform to today's standards. Check out these chassis on Airkewld's Website for more information. Please comment and let us know what you think! http://www.airkewld.com/category-s/2192.htm





2332 beetle VW 170hp accelerates 0-100
Just got the car off the Dyno. 170hp at 5250rpm. 2 short blasts up to 100km/h. Clutch cant handle a standing start. Home built and home ported heads.





Scandinavian Cal-look Classic 2012 (The Rainy Saturday)
Well! super late on Friday night me and 3 buddies decided to go to Norway for the SCC 2012, it´s a 6-7 hour ride from our town to Gardermoen raceway, the weather forecast said rain but HEY! let's go anyway :) Songs Sophie Zelmani - If i could Ane brun - Do you remember Pictures on my blog RubNScrape.com





Oval Run
playing with my GoPro Hero2





1959 VW Turbo Beetle test drive -- 300+ HP
First test drive of the completed 59 Beetle. 2165cc 4-cyl horizontally opposed CB Performance ECU turbo Charged Water-air Intercooler 325hp @ 12psi (set at 7.5psi here)





Jesse/DVK 2176cc Weber 48 IDA
Small drive with my new 2176cc engine. Car is a '64 beetle. For more info www.cal-look.nl





134107 / 1967 Volkswagen Beetle
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cdnoado If you're looking for one of the coolest and most unique classics your money can buy, welcome to the 'people's car'! Sporting a slick coat of Burnt Candy Tangerine Metallic paint, this fully-sorted and completely road ready Beetle recently benefitted from a high quality frame-off rebuild that likely cost much more than our asking price. And while its body isn't concours perfect, it is very straight and carries a spectacular shine that will look excellent motoring down the road to either a VW show or your favorite local hang-out. Powering this groovy '67 Beetle is a 2,332cc Scat four cylinder which mixes just the right amount of bling with roughly 160 horsepower. According to the car's previous owner, the peppy engine was completely rebuilt in 2009. And with high quality components like Scat internals and a beefed up oil system, it'll likely putter along forever! Take a look under this solid VeeDub and you'll find a straight, fully-sorted chassis that's seen plenty of dry roads and years of impeccable maintenance. The car's torsion bar and independent suspensions have been completely rebuilt at some point, and feature 2.5 inch drop spindles up front and a two inch narrowed axle beam out back. At the ends of those suspensions, an EMPI four wheel disc brake system is all it takes to bring this welterweight bug to a standstill stop. At the back of the car, power flows from the flat-four engine to a 1,700 pound Stage 1 clutch that turns a 4-speed Rancho Pro Street transaxle, which was completely rebuilt by TRI Transmissions in late 2010. And at the corners of the car, black EMPI Speedwell wheels spin 145R15 Nankangs in front of 205/65R15 Dorals. Pop open this coupe's solid closing doors and you'll find a restored vinyl interior that's the perfect spot to spend a summer afternoon cruising! All four passengers, assuming two of them are very short, enjoy firm, pleated seats. In front of those seats, a chrome-trimmed and silver-detailed dash hangs a small shift light, small Auto Meter Carbon Fiber accessory gauges and an Auto Meter Carbon Fiber Monster tach beneath a slick VDO speedometer. Keeping the driver connected to the road is a snazzy Flat4 GT steering wheel that makes good use of the car's small turning radius. And keeping the good times rolling is a modern CD player that mixes Rockford Fosgate kick speakers with Kenwood Excelon package tray speakers. If you're looking for a fun and unique classic that's stuffed with charming character and so much more, this fully-sorted Beetle is your ticket. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.





Air Cooled VW Clearencing for Stroker Crankshaft
One of the necessary machine operations to install a stroker crankshft in an air-cooled VW is clearencing the case so that the connecting rods don't hit or bind the crankshaft. Watch as John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine Shop relieves a case on his Prototrak DPM3. (949) 631-6376 Don't forget to 'Click' and SUBSCRIBE!





12 Second VW Beetle beats Porsche GT3
12 Second VW Beetle beats a Porsche GT3 during Import Wars at Great Lakes Dragaway, Union Grove WI 4/15/2012 View the latest video here: http://youtu.be/EXJoq5n0y_8





2300cc Gene Berg Turbo Fuel Injected VW Beetle
This car was just done the day before the show. Doesn't even have it's runnig boards mounted yet!





vw testrun 2332/206 hk 261nm





Vw bug vs Mustang Gt 5.0
un tiro en el autrodromo tijuana ganando el vocho, el vocho calandolo sin llantas de goma.





Volkwagen Beetle 1973 Paint pt. 1
The Project Car of my friend Jose, Future Volkwagen 1.9 turbo, restoration, repair metal, paste and polished before painting. HD by Olympus 6020




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