Performance

To build a quality engine, you must start out with a good case. After disassembling the engine the case is washed, inspected, align bored main and cam, and case saved if needed. Thoroughly clean again, then install original main and rod bearings onto a reground or polished crank with a German gear set.
Install an inspected set of rods, cam bearings and a good cam. Install a set of matched reground lifters. Use good German sump plates because they are a lot thicker and stronger than Brazilian.
Fit it with a new sump screen and gaskets. Install a surfaced machined pump and cover.

After all the head studs have been installed, check the deck height and c.c. both heads. Then setup a compression ratio that will run on regular gas 7.5:1.
Clean the new pistons and cylinders, of any Cosmoline and apply oil before assembly.
Install the pistons and cylinders, deflector tins and heads before the sealant dries, with new pushrod tubes and black silicone seals. The heads have been thoroughly cleaned inspected for cracks and sunken seats. Then run through our Shot Peen machine for superior cleaning.
The valve seats are then cut and the exhaust valves are replaced with TRW valves. The heads are
fly-cut and matched to be identical. After the heads have been installed pressure check the heads on the engine to make sure there are no leaks.
Install German rockers and push rods and adjust the valve lash, spray the rockers with a special lubricant so
during start-up they do not run dry. Install valve covers and re-bend the bails so they will have the same strength as they did when they were new.
Install a good red German Elring flywheel seal and set end play and torque it using Loctite. Now we have the
best starting point for the top end to be assembled.


All of our complete engines have all New parts, unless other wise specified.

When we talk about “exchange” that means we need your old engine from your car.
After removing and disassembling all of the parts that bolt to the engine itself, this is the part we need back.
This is also called a core long block.

There are a couple of different ways to return your core, we will explain the best and cheapest way to return it.

Need a replacement flywheel?
“Does yours have deep grooves, that looks like a record”?
We stock both resurfaced and new.
Resurfaced flywheel add $75.00 to the price shown.
New flywheel add $29.95 to the price shown.

We also have stock engines with New heads, if you want your complete engine to start out like this.
add $300.00 to the price shown.


Original Bosch is no longer manufacturing spark plug wires for the air cooled engines. So our replacement for this will be EMPI. The colors that we offer will be blue, red or yellow. If none are specified then we’ll install blue.

Installation of complete engines from $300.00.

 

 

Complete Engine Progressive 370 x 318

These engines have rebuilt heads

Rebuilt 1776 – 1915 Dual Port w/ Weber Progressive Carburetor
This includes a doghouse cooler for the best cooling available

Exchange $3295.00

Rebuilt 1776 – 1915 Dual Port w/ Weber Progressive Carburetor
This includes a doghouse cooler for the best cooling available

Outright $3695.00

Exchange is for long block only.

Parts list:
All new parts

Pressure plate, disc & t.o. bearing
Doghouse fan shroud
Doghouse German oil cooler
Doghouse oil cooler adapter
Doghouse fan
Doghouse front tin
Doghouse 2-piece tins
Fan hub assembly
3-piece backing plate
Cylinder covers
60-amp alternator
Alternator stand
Angled aluminum oil filler
Breather hose to carb. or round breather
Stainless steel alternator strap
Pulley tin
Chrome alt. pulley
Chrome pulley nut & spacer
2-shim kits
Fan belt
Stock size aluminum crank pulley
Chrome pulley bolt & washer
Rear tin
Weber 32/36 progressive carburetor
End castings
Black silicone boots & clamps*
Throttle tube
Oil sender
Chrome dipstick
009 centrifugal-advance distributor
Chrome distributor clamp
Bosch blue coil
Bosch spark plugs
Empi spark plug wires
Fuel pump
Fuel pump pedestal
Fuel pump rod
Fuel hose & filter

Every complete engine is started and ran for 20-30 minutes. We check oil pressure, timing and carburetor adjustment.

 

 

1 DONE weber 400 300

These engines have rebuilt heads

Rebuilt 1776 – 1915 Dual Port w/ Baby Weber Carburetors
This includes a doghouse cooler for the best cooling available

Exchange $3495.00

Rebuilt 1776 – 1915 Dual Port w/ Baby Weber Carburetors
This includes a doghouse cooler for the best cooling available

 Outright $3895.00

Exchange is for long block only.

Parts list:
All new parts

Pressure plate, disc & t.o. bearing
Doghouse fan shroud
Doghouse German oil cooler
Doghouse oil cooler adapter
Doghouse fan
Doghouse front tin
Doghouse 2-piece tins
Fan hub assembly
3-piece backing plate
Cylinder covers
60-amp alternator
Alternator stand
Angled aluminum oil filler
Breather hose to carburetor or round breather
Stainless steel alternator strap
Pulley tin
Chrome alt. pulley
Chrome pulley nut & spacer
2-shim kits
Fan belt
Stock size aluminum crank pulley
Chrome pulley bolt & washer
Rear tin
Dual 34 ICT baby Weber carburetors
Throttle tube
Oil sender
Chrome dipstick
009 centrifugal-advance distributor
Chrome distributor clamp
Bosch blue coil
Bosch spark plugs
Empi spark plug wires
Fuel pump
Fuel pump pedestal
Fuel pump rod
Fuel hose & filter

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