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Old August 7th 2006, 07:36
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Hello Heinz,

Very impressive
But why has the Throttle Body linkage such long rods, which has the risk of heating up and elongating differently? wasn't a push-pull set-up possible at all?

Is the Remmele exhaust 4 into 1 or 4-2-1?

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Old August 7th 2006, 17:27
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Hello Heinz,

Very impressive
But why has the Throttle Body linkage such long rods, which has the risk of heating up and elongating differently? wasn't a push-pull set-up possible at all?

Is the Remmele exhaust 4 into 1 or 4-2-1?

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Hello Walter

At this time I have no better idea
I think heating up is no problem........the engine runs only for 10-15 minutes
The Remmele exhaust is 4 into 1

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Thanks!

Did you choose the 4 into 1 because of space restrictions?
(cause I thought that 4-2-1 usually gave a bit more mid-range torque)

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Thanks!

Did you choose the 4 into 1 because of space restrictions?
(cause I thought that 4-2-1 usually gave a bit more mid-range torque)

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Hi Walter

Sorry, but Remmele exhaust is not correct.....it´s made by Kurt Hassmann
for 4-2-1 there is no place (under the engine)......wheels 13"

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Ah, thanks for the answer. I thought so about the space reasons.

Kurt Hassmann participated in the old KäferCup series right? I believe his brother did also. Very experienced people. Do they have their own shop nowadays?

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hmm basic questions here where did u get the brackets to do the alternator setup? also great looking car
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hmm basic questions here where did u get the brackets to do the alternator setup? also great looking car
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Old August 18th 2006, 16:23
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New Picks from our Project 2006

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I just have to SAY WOW dude you have done some very very nice clean work, I'm just hoping my 69 can look like that what kinda trans are you running?
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I just have to SAY WOW dude you have done some very very nice clean work, I'm just hoping my 69 can look like that what kinda trans are you running?
http://www.vw1303.at/bilder/projekt_06/7.htm
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The Gearbox is a Hewland FT 200 with sequential shifting

1. gear 14/34
2. gear 16/30
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wow I love your car!!! whats the chances in a trade lol for my 69
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Very clean build! Utmost respect.
You make vey good pictures also BTW.
Why the small diameter (14/15") wheels? Is it because of transmission/gear ratio's?

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