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  1. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Rebuilding a stock 1600cc engine. Spent time setting the end play to exactly 0.10mm and all within specifications. Torque nut each time and fitted correct shims. Then fitted flywheel oil seal and torque bout up to approx 300 ft lbs. Loctite on the thread. Came to finish off the rest of the...
  2. Items Wanted - AUTO
    Hi, I'm after one of the torque meister tools for getting my flywheel off and engine, just before I do go ahead and buy a new one just wondering if anyone has one they would like to sell or even rent to me? I'll pay to rent of course! :) Chris
  3. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    When building a stroker based around a 76mm stroke crank do you need to use stroker B&Ps or will the standard work? Thinking of 76x90.5 or 76x94 with standard vw rods for a mild torquey motor on a fairly tight budget. Any thoughts?
  4. Aircooled Mechanical Tech
    Anyone know the torque settings for doing the bolts back up ? I did them tight, but not stupid tight , with a small 3/8 ratchet. Will check them after each outing for a few days. Its on a 924 - but I guess it will be similar for an 03 and a bay
  5. JG54 Cal-Look/Performance/Racing Forum
    I'm considering building a slightly upgraded engine for my bay. At the moment it's a 1600, but with dual ICT's and that's helped a bit. What I'm thinking of is building a 1776 or a 1914. I know it's very tame compared to some people's engines, but I just want something to make it jog along a...
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