VW Engine Build Combos

Aircooled Volkswagen Engine Identification

VW Engine Letter Codes and Serial Number Information  Type 1 Engine Information  Type 1 Vehicle Models: Beetle, Super Beetle, Karmann Ghia, THING Code                          

2275cc “Mild” Engine Combo Parts List

2275cc “Mild” VW Engine Combo with CB Panchito Heads ~ Requires 1 5/8″ Exhaust and 44mm Dual Carburetors This parts list is part of our series of our most popular engine combos designed

Aircooled VW Engine LONGBLOCK Parts Checklist

We routinely receive email request at Aircooled.Net from prospective hobby engine builders for a list of “everything they will need” for their longblock build. So we’ve detailed it

1800cc “No Machine” Engine Combo Parts List

1800cc Engine Combo, NO CASE MACHINING NEEDED (but heads must be bored!) We have put together a parts list for our most popular engine combos to make shopping easier for you. Click HERE if you want

2054cc Engine Combo for Convertible Beetles and Ghias, THINGs, Busses, and Type 3s!

2054cc Engine Combo Parts List – for Convertible Beetles and Ghias, THINGs, Busses, and Type 3   This parts list is part of our series of component lists for our most popular engine combos,

Master List of Engine Combos!

This is where we list all the engine combos that we have made up. You can simply click on the combo listed below to find the breakdown of all the components in the list. If there is a combo you want

2275cc Engine Combo, L6 Heads; Requires 1 3/4″ Exhaust and at least (2) 44mm Carburetors

We have put together a parts list for our most popular engine combos to make shopping easier for you. This list will give you a long block that is proven and tested to delivery! This particular engine

VW Type 1 Mileage Master MPG Engine Combo

With fuel prices on the rise, we’ve been getting lots of inquiries about building a VW engine to improve and maximize. You can use this handy to determine what you have now. This article outlines

1800cc VW Engine Combo: How to Build a Big VW Engine on a Budget

Some folks with aircooled VWs are looking to move up to an 1800cc VW engine from their stock 1600cc VW engine, but don’t want to break the bank in the process. The advice below is intended to