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Old May 24th 2012, 15:29
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Nah, 86 or 88 stroke doesnt require cam drop.


Got yesterday energysuspension sway bar bushings for weldable brackets to use with kerscher swaybar. A lot harder polyurethane than kerscher ones, and fits everyway better to my brackets than kerscher ones ( Obiwan is getting the same set also )

I also have now drill jig for safety wiring, easy to drill holes to bolts Recommended with wilwood rotors and hats with threads.



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Old May 24th 2012, 15:58
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nice project...
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Old June 1st 2012, 14:55
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Nice extreme project!
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Old June 1st 2012, 14:57
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I never heard about mendola front, otherwis i maybay didn't sold my black and white bug..
Looks very nice!!!
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Old June 4th 2012, 15:02
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Keep going Alex, your project and the technical choices are definitively greats !
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Old June 5th 2012, 03:17
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Project goes on, sometimes little slow progress. But still progress.

I did over year ago crank+rod order from DRD, newer got the parts. Now he promised to return the money...well we see. Then gotta try different shop.

I was thinking to put Scat billet flanged crank, either 86 stroke or 88 stroke with all t4 mains. Wonder if there is any bad, like more rod angle or crank flex if choosing 88 stroke.

Case is sure the strongest what you can get. Scat billet cranks should be strong, well they are not exactly billet, forged to shape and then all surfaces machined smooth like big companies forged race cranks (Callies, Lunati etc)
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Old July 3rd 2012, 09:45
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Well, hubs and hats are ready, only need anodizing. Also got adjustable shocks from QA1 to front.




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Old July 3rd 2012, 09:59
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Old July 29th 2012, 07:05
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I got flanged crank with flywheel, Scat billet / forged 86 stroke, all t4 mains, chevy rod journals.

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Old July 31st 2012, 12:23
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I have chosen this setrab 490x136x40 oilcooler, it will be mounted to the mendeola bulkhead. It isnt straight at the airstream, so i may need to make ducting to the oilcooler, is there any front spoiler for that has hole or "mouth"r?



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Old September 21st 2012, 16:04
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I am thinking exact location and angle for oilcooler, hot air does need to be displace somehow. Maybe making few round holes to the mendeola front plate(!)

I might go also for custom made front spoiler that has hole and airchannel that directs air to the cooler.





This went to order, at the moment only 3 kits left So many ratios to choose between 2-5th gears..

http://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifie....php?id=504197

http://bearsmotorsport.co.uk/volkswagen-parts-gear-sets


With albins/weddle gears including mainshaft and strong transaxle case, trans should be quite strong.





These ratios were recommended by Rancho, speeds are at 3000rpm

Choice 1:


R&P 4.13

1. 3.11= 28.28 km/h

2. 1.93 = 45.57 km/h

3. 1.3 = 67.66 km/h

4. 0.93 = 94.58 km/h

5. 0.77 = 114.23 km/h


RPM drop when shifting to bigger gear

1-2 1240rpm

2-3 980rpm

3-4 850 rpm

4-5 520rpm






Choice 2:


R&P 4.13

1. 3.11 = 28.28 km/h

2. 1.93 = 45.57 km/h

3. 1.35 = 65.15 km/h

4. 1.04 = 84.57 km/h

5. 0.77 = 114.23 km/h


RPM drop when shifting to bigger gear

1-2 1240rpm

2-3 900rpm

3-4 690 rpm

4-5 780rpm





Choice 3:

R&P 4.13

1. 2.90 = 30.33 km/h

2. 1.86 = 47.29 km/

3. 1.26 = 69.81 km/

4. 0.93 = 94.58 km/h

5. 0.77 = 114.23 km/h


RPM drop when shifting to bigger gear

1-2 1080rpm

2-3 970rpm

3-4 790 rpm

4-5 520rpm

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Old January 31st 2013, 12:16
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Okay, i went with these ratios ( 3000rpm ), theoritically 250km/h is achieved at 6570rpm.



1. 3.44= 25.5 km/h

2. 1.93 = 45.5 km/h

3. 1.3 = 67.7 km/h

4. 1.00 = 88 km/h

5. 0.77 = 114.2 km/h

Also been talkin to Thorsten Pieper, i am going to buy his bare heads and stuff them with type 4 48x38 valves and JPM springs and retainers. And little porting







One finnish guy said by looking the pictures that JPM heads are a lot of better and theirs intake ports are better flowing and more straight than Thorstens heads. Yeah right

I cannot see the difference..

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Old January 31st 2013, 16:07
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Nice!
I agree the ports and heads look very similar, just more fins with Thorsten's heads :-)
Thorsten doesn't have a flow bench himself, so i think with some porting done with a flow bench at hand, the head flow will be easily matched by a good head porter.
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I asked more about the heads, valves etc and how they flow etc. If i am correct at calculations, he has over 245 engine hp

(215/87)x100=247

Hello Alex,

if itīs possible to get 240cfm / 25", I donīt know (but I think so).....all I can say is, that my current motor have 215HP at 6300rpm and 271Nm at the Wheels!!!!!!

Itīs an 2,7l WBX with my heads (46x39), an 328° german cam, twin spark, 50mm throttle bodys, and 45mm CSP Python.

In this time Iīm build an 2,8l (86x101,6) and my heads (48x39).
I think into 4 weeks the head comes on the flow bench and than we see how good itīs flow with the 48mm intake......

If you want, I can produce your heads without the O-ring seals!! So you can port much as you want....



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