er zijn verschillende super stock carters te krijgen met verschillende boringen en dek heigts.
de prijzen varieeren ook erg veel, vanaf 500 tot 900 euro.
wat is jullie mening hierover, wat wordt er veelal gebruikt??
nieuwe carters of gebruikte carters???
ik zit te denken aan een 82 mm gesmede krukas.
zeg maar als basis dit recept
67-indeed/DVK wrote:als ik een 2276 zou bouwen zou ik het mark herbert recept nemen:
OK, now for my favorite motor. a 94x82 (2276cc), medium state of tune. 94mm Cima pistons, 82mm welded stroker, stock relieved VW rods, 14+lb flywheel, 120 cam (295dur x .495lift w/ 1.25 rockers). Solid shaft rocker kit, 3/8 thin-wall chromoly pushrods. 8 mm chromoly headstuds. 040 stock VW head castings w/ 40x37.5 valves, fully ported (as big as you can go without welding), unshrouded chambers w/ hemicut, 8 to 1 compression, competition valve job, stainless steel valves, dual springs, titanium retainers, tapered intake guides, intake guide bosses NOT removed, intake manifolds match-ported all the way up.
48 Dellortos on IDF manifolds are my 1st choice but 48 IDFs will work fine too. IDF manifolds are a tricky thing because there are so many different types. The ones that work the best on this motor are Gene Berg, but they are a pain to install because they are shorter. I've heard CB performance makes some decent manifolds but they may be too tall. Other manufactures make manifolds that are slightly taller than the Bergs and are easier to install, but they have a tendency to break at the flanges. I use 11mm nuts with thick washers to make installation easier.
I also grind down a 1/4" drive socket and the manifold sometimes to make sure everything is clearanced before I put the manifolds on. A little bit of grease on the gaskets helps them seal and the gaskets will come off in one piece later when you remove them. I use a 1 5/8" header on this motor with a 2 1/2" turbo muffler. If you can find metal exhaust gaskets you are better off. I use a small amount of hi temp silicone on them and I use Porsche style 12mm copper locknuts to install the header and muffler and I use washers on all.
Well there you have it. This motor will never disappoint, and it will last a long time too. I still have my first motor of this type and it has been in several cars including my bus. If any of you have seen the QUAIFE test video with some moron doing donuts in a black 61 bug for 5 minutes straight, that's me (Editor's note: this video can be seen in the Audio/Video section). That's about the 3rd car that that engine went in. I overheard people talking after they saw the video "that's the end of that motor". Well it went into my bus after that and got driven 140 miles round trip from my shop to my house. I will never get rid of that motor, its way too much fun!
You can have a motor that doesn't cost a fortune to build, will last (as long as you take care of it) and will haul ass! It will also get decent gas mileage and drive like a dream. This motor will pull at low RPMS as well as high and you won't need to have close ratio gears in your transmission because it will pull with stock gearing, no problem. In fact, it will run the quarter mile in three gears and you still have 4th gear for the freeway. You can also use this same motor in a bus but you will have to raise the gear ratios to make it drivable - unless you want your bus to run 14s in the quarter! I suggest a late model 4.86 or 4.57 R&P along with some larger diameter rear tires for bus applications.
A motor like this will pull from 3500 to 7000 with the right heads. The same motor size but with aftermarket or welded VW heads and a 320 duration cam will usually only pull from 5500 to7500. A much smaller RPM range. That's why they need closer ratio gearing and a 5 speed to drive on the freeway. Of course they are frightfully fast too! Huge motors with huge cams can be driven around with no real problems although they will need valve jobs more often. It's just that you have to be in the right gear to make it go and it will not get very good gas mileage. You have to ask yourself do I want to sacrifice so much for a 12 in the quarter instead of a 13? Just look in the magazines under new car specs. and see how many cars run 13s in the quarter. Not many and you usually won't see one driving around anyhow. But to each his own.
ben zeer benieuwd naar de verschillende meningen en de argumenten.\
grtz jos en ja deze is voor de 1302