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Yep. Was a bit disappointed with the master cyl. But it is chrome.....lol

 

Another new part. 5.5 inch long, reverse cap, H beam,3/8 arp bolt, "chevy", forged con rods. Chevy bottom (smaller) and vw wrist pin top, longer so the 82 stroke pistols do not hit the 86 crank on the down stroke.

 

 

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On 12/10/2014 at 4:49 PM, DeathBySnuSnu said:

Yep. Was a bit disappointed with the master cyl. But it is chrome.....lol Another new part. 5.5 inch long, reverse cap, H beam,3/8 arp bolt, "chevy", forged con rods.

That's pretty damn sexy right there. :thumbup1:

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Crank it up! Crankshaft is here.

Forged, counterweighted, chevy journal, 86mm stroker crank.

Stock is 69mm, gonna hafta find room to swing it.

 

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O...... out of money......

Gonna get a few small parts.

The 92mm jugs and forged pistons are gonna hafta wait a while.

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And a fuel pressure regulator.

 

 

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It looks like there is going to be some delay to my scooter building project.

I was about to drop some money on a new game console and accessories for the little girl.

Had it in my hand but decided I better make dang sure she still wanted this before spending that much money.

So I asked her again. Guess what... nope don't want to play games anymore.

Now she wants to write games. She wants her own computer and game programming software.

So it looks like I am going to be putting some serious coin down. The software alone is 1500 bucks.

I have absolutely no doubt she can handle it.

It is gonna slow down the scooter building.

I probably won't finish in time.

I already have a pile of parts and plenty work to do, so i will still be posting.

I still have some small parts on the way and asked Santa for a new cam for Christmas.

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It is getting hard to find metal backed vw bearings anymore.

I found a set of mains.

Of course the rods are chevy so they are available in clevite 77.

Had to get 8 rod bearings in a set though....lol

Box of bearings.

 

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A pair of chevy heated o2 sensors.

The plan is to run dual tables.

Pair the front and pair the back.

Rears run hotter.

With the full independent throttles I should be able to tune the rear a little fatter.

 

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And a Ford pwm idle air valve.

 

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Fork legs did not turn out right. Would not stay straight enough for me. That's the problem working with stainless steel.

So in the scrap bin they go.

 

 

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Did not go with the adjustable rockers.

Decided on a less busy look.

 

 

 

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Same thing with the rear spring shackles. Got rid of the multi hole adjustable. I never changed any way.

 

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Ordered a set of 94mm pistons and cylinders on ebay.

From an individual that had bought them for their kit car and lost interest.

Big discount from retail.

New displacement. ......2387 cc.

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Worked on the front end a bit Thursday.

Did some home chores Friday.

Wanted to work on the scooter today. But it is poring down rain and I just don't wanna leave the house.

So no real progress. Have been reading tech here on the phone. Downloaded a few papers on torque and a few dims.

After adding up a few numbers it looks like I am gonna need close to a quarter inch of shim under the jugs. Uhhh & wow. Push rods are probably too short. Time will tell.

Ordered a new cam.

 

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On 1/3/2015 at 4:36 PM, DeathBySnuSnu said:

Worked on the front end a bit Thursday.

Did some home chores Friday.

Wanted to work on the scooter today. But it is poring down rain and I just don't wanna leave the house.

So no real progress. Have been reading tech here on the phone. Downloaded a few papers on torque and a few dims.

After adding up a few numbers it looks like I am gonna need close to a quarter inch of shim under the jugs. Uhhh & wow. Push rods are probably too short. Time will tell.

Ordered a new cam.

 

Stroker plates rock!! :buttrock: :buttrock: :buttrock:

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I got the stroker pistons and cylinders.

But they are designed for 82mm stroke and normal rods.

I went 86mm and long rods so big spacers are in my future.

I already have more work than what I will get done in time for the build off. But hopefully it will keep be inspired anyway.

I had a lot of sand blasting I wanted to do today but did not get out and do anything.

Old and lazy now.

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I got the stroker pistons and cylinders.

But they are designed for 82mm stroke and normal rods.

I went 86mm and long rods so big spacers are in my future.

I already have more work than what I will get done in time for the build off. But hopefully it will keep be inspired anyway.

I had a lot of sand blasting I wanted to do today but did not get out and do anything.

Old and lazy now.

Good news is you'll get to have very deliberate control of your static CR. So that's nice. What are you aiming for?

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It is normal in the vw world to shim the jugs for deck height.

The 86 stroke is fairly new and not much on the other parts to go with it.

I will have spacers instead of shims.

The old engine was originally 9.8 static.

I want to be in the 9.5 range with the new.

I may have to open up the combustion chambers a few cc to get there. (O boy!!!! Yea.. more g code) lol

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Rockers and fork legs.

 

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General idea.

A very long way to go.

 

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Is it me, or is that a really low pro tire on there?

And I dont get the spacers conversation but I will just follow along and wait for pictographs.

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Yeah just a pile.

That is a 90/90-19 tire.

The spacers are cuz I am putting too much stroke in it. Even with long stroker jugs and short stroker pistons they are gonna come out the top of the bore around .220"

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