i'll trade you my 77
From: Sammie Smith <slsmith@xxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet! Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 15:54:51 -0600
You wanna go slow? Have I got the VW for you. 1960 double door panel van, stock tranny with redux boxes, totally stock everything, including an original VW factory replacement engine "40 hp". Factory manual says max cruise 56.
At 02:44 PM 1/25/2006, you wrote:yea but i enjoy saying it is a vw what do you expect. they were known to be underpowered and that honestly is something i enjoy. i don't have to worry about speeding tickets and when folks pass me they smile instead of giving me the go to hell look for going slow.
From: "Aguirre, Adan" <AAguirre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: "'tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet! Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 14:35:46 -0600
& Don't you remember Tim The Tooltime Taylor,sayin' Mooooooorrrrrr Poooooowwwwwwwwwweeeerrrrrr!!!W/his blown sm.block chevy powered mower,the soopped up chainsaw motor.,2.0L Powered,I'm sorry got carried away.......---Original Message----- From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Brian Denning Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 2:14 PM To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet!
quite honestly, i don't care what size motor as long as it runs. but i would
love to have a 1914 at some point in life.
>From: "Aguirre, Adan" <AAguirre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: "'tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet!
>Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 14:09:27 -0600
>I've built a 2007cc,/78 stroker crank,90.5 pistons n jugs,8-1comp.,ported n
>polished heads w/42int.n 37ex.valves,120cam,balanced,dual 44 webbers,1.5
>oilsump,xternal oil cooler,24-26mpg on hwy,2900-3200
>rpm's,frwyflyertranny,temp 180'-190',been together for 3 years...Gonna take
>out the bug & install in my bus when it's ready...torque,torque,torque...
>From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
>Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 12:27 PM
>Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet!
>You need a bigger tailpipe!!! (on the bus)
>Dan Martin <danandkatrinamartin@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> There seems to be very little chatter lately, so I will try to start a
>During the investigation of a oil leak on a type 1 it was discovered that
>the engine had 94 mm piston and cylinders installed. Upon further
>investigation a stock riveted cam was found. My topic is the reasoning
>behind building such a motor. From what I understand, and I could be wrong,
>the case has to be machined for the 94 mm P&C to be installed. I just don't
>understand why one would build one configured this way. Am I missing
>And to keep the conversation offensive to everyone ( never discuss
>politics or bore and stroke with strangers ) what would you build, or have
>built or already have for the perfect bus motor? I will even go out on a
>limb and tell everyone that I had a local builder build me a 1600 cc engine
>with a new Auto Lina aluminum case, stock stroke counterweighted crank,
>Engle 110 cam and stock size valve single port heads. I run a 34 pict 3
>on a adapter plate on a stock type 3 auto stick single port intake with
>large vacuum port. ( for the brake booster ) I use a stock exhaust system
>with heater boxes. I have a stock dog house cooler without flaps. I
>installed a Berg 1.5 quart sump, and a Berg dip stick thingy to keep an eye
>on the oil temp.
>Dan & Katrina Martin
>1971 VW Bus
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