2.0L Build in the works

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2.0L Build in the works

Post by bajaman73 » Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:30 pm

Hi everyone. Gathering parts for my 2.0L for my 72 Bus. So far what I have gathered.

1.7 Case - CA Code (Euro?)
2.0 Crank - .10 Rods - .20 Mains
2.0 Rods - FAT - w/ oil notch done
Scat C35 Cam w/gear and machined bolts
Oil pump modified by Raby

Any suggestions? Anybody with real world experience with this cam in their Bus?
Thanks for any help.
1972 VW Bus - 2.0Lw/36 Dellortos, 091 (Vacation Mode/Camping/Meets)
1967 Beetle - 1835w/40 HPMX, KCR Trans (Weekend Warrior)
1969 Beetle - 1641SP - (For Sale- Driven Occasionaly)
1970 Ghia - (For Sale - No Engine, Needs Work)

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Re: 2.0L Build in the works

Post by bajaman73 » Wed Sep 12, 2018 5:47 pm

Parts are starting to roll in.
Crank arrived as well as my piston and cylinders. During shipping a couple of fins chipped off. Head side.. Just half of the bolt circle.. Fustrated.
Ill see if I can figure out how to get a picture up.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/t2n6p9jWJ5gfRDiG8

Opinions on if this still be deemed okay to use?
1972 VW Bus - 2.0Lw/36 Dellortos, 091 (Vacation Mode/Camping/Meets)
1967 Beetle - 1835w/40 HPMX, KCR Trans (Weekend Warrior)
1969 Beetle - 1641SP - (For Sale- Driven Occasionaly)
1970 Ghia - (For Sale - No Engine, Needs Work)

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Re: 2.0L Build in the works

Post by NextGen » Thu Sep 13, 2018 1:30 pm

I think it is fine but ---- the fins are not support or make that much difference in heat transfer. But I would hate installing it in a new built.

You paid for new. Ask the sender, that should not have happened in shipping. He did not make the cylinder, it was his manufacturer and It was not packed correctly.
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Re: 2.0L Build in the works

Post by bajaman73 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 2:22 pm

Thanks for the response. They were not shipped in original box, and the packing was mediocre at best. They were new but sent out for balancing..
The box that had the crank in it looked pretty beat.. but the crank seems okay along with the other parts that were in there. (Head Studs, galley plugs, fan seal, cam bearings)
I have 1 more box coming from USPS that shows up today(Rods, Oil Pump, Cam) Lets see how this one does.
Also my case is on the way via: UPS
I'll keep you posted.
1972 VW Bus - 2.0Lw/36 Dellortos, 091 (Vacation Mode/Camping/Meets)
1967 Beetle - 1835w/40 HPMX, KCR Trans (Weekend Warrior)
1969 Beetle - 1641SP - (For Sale- Driven Occasionaly)
1970 Ghia - (For Sale - No Engine, Needs Work)

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