Archive for : July, 2015
2 years, 8 months ago 0
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This is what the people who engineered your once brand new VW went through for just one part that belongs on your car. As you peruse the following page, you’ll find the only brand of automobile manufacturer mentioned in this entire page of complicated physics formulas with numbers and letters going all over the place  is …Volkswagen. There’s even a crude picture of a Volkswagen crankshaft – probably the latest type 1 version. Volkswagen makes real reliable crankshafts. We VW people should […]

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2 years, 9 months ago 0
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It’s basic, right? New spark plugs, new points (unless you have electronic ignition), adjust the valves and set the timing. And change the oil in the air filter or replace the paper element later model vehicles. Over Servicing Take a look at the following text in quotes. It’s from a Department of Energy test on air filters and how they effect fuel economy. Very interesting. “All of these functions are to be met for the service life of the filter […]

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2 years, 9 months ago 0
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When VW or any other auto manufacturer makes parts or commissions another company to make parts for them (Hella, for instance, that made trim rings for old VW’s), they end up with lotta new parts. I’m talking specifically about the parts made of metal – usually steel. The metal is shiny or at least smooth and often it’s natural grey color with no surface rust of any kind. They need lots of brand new nuts and bolts too. Everything is […]

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2 years, 9 months ago 0
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and how to make them work for any stock engine in the back air-cooled application for 1300 cc and up. Type 3 carbs on real type 3 manifolds. Single port. Runs like it’s got fuel injection. Smoothest running system you can use. 55 mph in third gear in this mint original everywhere including trans gear ratios 1967 Westfalia. No hassles, great mileage, no over fueling leading to excessive wear on the rings by using carburetion not designed for your vehicle. […]

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