[tcb] Re: too quiet!

  • From: "Aguirre, Adan" <AAguirre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 11:57:02 -0600

My sentiments xactly.You go booyy!!!!!!

-----Original Message-----
From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On
Behalf Of Brian Denning
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 2:33 PM
To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet!

here are the main factors in me building a big motor. it has to get decent 
gas mileage and it needs to go highway speeds. like 70-75 yes i know what it

feels like to blow all over the place at those speeds but if i am going to 
put any money into it i want to lead instead of follow the traffic.

>From: "Aguirre, Adan" <AAguirre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: "'tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet!
>Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 14:22:41 -0600
>U can build a stroker for the same price as a 1914 or 1915, hence more
>torque,less work for the motor...better gas mileage at times... u'll use
>same size carb's,cam,& u don't have to use big stuff in heads,but it helps
>it breath...
>-----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 
>love to have a 1914 at some point in life.
> >From: "Aguirre, Adan" <AAguirre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >To: "'tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Subject: [tcb] Re: too quiet!
> >Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 14:09:27 -0600
> >
> >I've built a 2007cc,/78 stroker crank,90.5 pistons n jugs,8-1comp.,ported

> >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 
> >out the bug & install in my bus when it's ready...torque,torque,torque...
> >
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
> >Of
> >Mark Sawyer
> >Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 12:27 PM
> >To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >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
> >conversation.
> >
> >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 
> >the case has to be machined for the 94 mm P&C to be installed. I just 
> >understand why one would build one configured this way. Am I missing
> >something?
> >And to keep the conversation offensive to everyone ( never discuss
> >religion,
> >politics or bore and stroke with strangers ) what would you build, or 
> >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 
> >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
> >carb
> >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 
> >on the oil temp.
> >
> >Discuss............
> >
> >
> >Dan & Katrina Martin
> >1971 VW Bus
> >H.B.B.
> >T.C.B.
> >
> >http://homepage.mac.com/danandkatrinamartin
> ><http://homepage.mac.com/danandkatrinamartin>
> >
> >
> >
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