Type 4 80*106 .... 2825cc

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Type 4 80*106 .... 2825cc

Post by coxcarrera » Fri Aug 22, 2014 5:11 pm

After a 80*103mm sold :? , 86*107mm sold :cry: ...... The new evolution 80*100 and 80*102 , NOW :) 80*106 :)

The engine specs :

Type 4 Case
Scat 80mm old new polished
Pistons 100mm ultralight
Porsche cylinder 100mm (3.6L 6cyl) nikasil mahle
T.Pieper Head exhaust type1 , dbl plug - 47*38.5mm valves
Pauter 1:48 rockers new with bushing
Carillo Rod
Pauter Camshaft
Lifters T. Pieper 58 gram with bushings
Flywheel 215mm 914 2L ultra light
Helix clutch & dics 215mm
Porsche 930 Fans 226mm 11 blades
Pair of the throttle bodies TWM 50mm


This engine for my new old bug 1958 :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Cylinder T.Pierper Head just received .....

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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by Electroman » Sun Aug 24, 2014 11:11 am

sweet! I'm gonna be watching this.

question though. how much machine work do hose 911 cyls need to fit the type 4. I don't think I have actually seen anybody use them. I always though it could be a good idea, I see partial set selling cheep all the time.
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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by Piledriver » Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:39 pm

Search for Wallys build... His 2.2L (100x66) with 911 jugs was making north of 450HP last I checked.
(I think it was sold to finance even more interesting things)

All else being equal I'd rather clearance machine aluminum vs iron any day.
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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by Electroman » Wed Sep 03, 2014 12:46 pm

Pile I thought wally used a set of Nikkies for that build, the ones from his blown up 2.7. I thought he sold the 100mm 911 cyls. maybe I'm wrong.
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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by Piledriver » Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:26 pm

He used the same 100mm jugs, just not as much, the bottoms took some damage from the dying rod but 66 stroke worked out OK.
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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by Type 4 Unleashed » Thu Sep 04, 2014 3:36 am

Electroman wrote:Pile I thought wally used a set of Nikkies for that build, the ones from his blown up 2.7. I thought he sold the 100mm 911 cyls. maybe I'm wrong.
I believe you are partially correct, I believe it was 100mm 911 Turbo pistons only he had and sold, the cyls he used in his 2.7 that were damaged when his rod let go were actually Type lV 103mm mahle/(Okrasa) alu-nikasil cylinders, (as Nickies are a Trademark of LN Engineering) that he had repaired by shorting them to remove the damaged section of the cyl's for the 2.2 Turbo motor.

Depending on the stroke and the head sealing issues, 911 cyl's could work as long as their the smaller bores, I would think.
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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by Bruce.m » Thu Sep 04, 2014 8:47 am

Oettinger, I thought

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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by Type 4 Unleashed » Thu Sep 04, 2014 11:07 am

Bruce.m wrote:Oettinger, I thought
Oettinger - Okrasa Is the same company. It's the year 1951: and it's the year the name OKRASA is introduced: Oettinger Automotive Specialty Institute.

And the Cyl's were made by Mahle, and the Crankshafts were made by ALFING Kessler
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Re: Type 4 80*100 .... 2515cc

Post by coxcarrera » Thu Sep 04, 2014 4:31 pm

how much machine work do hose 911 cyls need to fit the type 4. I don't think I have actually seen anybody use them. I always though it could be a good idea, I see partial set selling cheep all the time.
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Re: Type 4 80*106 .... 2825cc

Post by coxcarrera » Fri May 06, 2016 5:02 pm

After a 80*103mm sold :? , 86*107mm sold :cry: ...... The new evolution 80*100 and 80*102 , NOW :) 80*106 :)

New engine specs :

Type 4 Case
Scat 80mm old new polished
106mm pistons J&E
106mm cylinder
Remmele Head exhaust type 1 50*42 Ti
Pauter 1:48 rockers new with bushing
Pauter Rod
Pauter Camshaft
Lifters T. Pieper 58 gram with bushings
Flywheel 215mm 914 2L ultra light
Helix clutch & dics 215mm
Porsche 930 Fans 226mm 11 blades
Berg IDA 52mm New
Or Dellorto tri jet New

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Re: Type 4 80*106 .... 2825cc

Post by coxcarrera » Sun Oct 07, 2018 1:53 am

The comeback ....... 😀

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