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    Thread: 06X-16V Hybrid - Thinking about building a new motor? STOP! READ THIS...

    1. Member elRey's Avatar
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      11-06-2009 12:30 PM #101
      Quote, originally posted by woodrowstar »
      3 pages and no pics.


      MK4/MKIV 2.0L 8v AEG/AZG -> 16v head swap
      AZG - modified 9A - stock 9A


      AZG/BEV bottom end assembled with 16v 9A rods and pistons. I reused the mk4 rod bearings and piston rings.:


      now some attention to the center of the swap, the 16v head:

      new stem seals, fine sanded all bearing and lifter surfaces and cleaned all gasket surfaces.


      head's assembled and time for mockups:








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      MK4 Jetta Wagon 16vT build




    2. 11-06-2009 01:02 PM #102
      Can these hybrids handle higher RPM's because of the oil pump setup when compared to the IM shaft driven 9a, or are they both about the same?

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      11-06-2009 01:44 PM #103
      wow, good question.

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      11-06-2009 03:48 PM #104
      Quote, originally posted by kenny_blankenship »
      Can these hybrids handle higher RPM's because of the oil pump setup when compared to the IM shaft driven 9a, or are they both about the same?

      Wouldnt be any different [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    5. 11-06-2009 06:37 PM #105
      Quote, originally posted by Issam Abed »
      Quote, originally posted by hood.star »
      is one block better than the other?
      Try finding an AZG block.

      Why a AZG?
      And what years of mk4 have it?
      Thanks!

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      11-06-2009 07:17 PM #106
      Quote, originally posted by Jolf3 »
      Why a AZG?

      AZG has the oil squirters.You can find them in the early 2.0 Beetle's.

    7. 11-07-2009 05:46 PM #107
      I got a question

      If i get a 1987 gti complete block and i try to mix it with a aba partial head + aeg intake manifold , fuel rail , injectors and cai would it work ??

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      11-07-2009 07:37 PM #108
      '87 gti's had 1.8L PL motors, you need a 9a 16v out of a 90+ vehicle
      so here's my questions
      which trannies will bolt to it?
      what's the lightest vehicle this motor combo will bolt into without custom mounts?
      anyone tucked one of these block/trannies into an A1 or A2?
      anyone planning on doing a production run of mounts?
      which trannies will bolt to it?



      Modified by weeblebiker at 12:53 AM 11-8-2009
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      I really don't trust myself and have a tendency to catastrophize, but I don't even trust that I screw things up, so I'm pretty damn good at making and fixing stuff!

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      11-07-2009 07:46 PM #109
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      Quote Originally Posted by zukiphile View Post
      Really Volvo? A failure of system that is supposed to save the inattentive would have been noticed by a real inattentive driver?
      Really?

    10. 11-07-2009 07:47 PM #110
      Quote, originally posted by ItsMyJetta »
      I got a question

      If i get a 1987 gti complete block and i try to mix it with a aba partial head + aeg intake manifold , fuel rail , injectors and cai would it work ??

      If your 1987 gti is 8v, yes it will work, but you are not in the right post!


      Modified by Jolf3 at 4:52 PM 11-7-2009

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      11-07-2009 07:47 PM #111
      actually it might work in a sciroco too
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      Quote Originally Posted by zukiphile View Post
      Really Volvo? A failure of system that is supposed to save the inattentive would have been noticed by a real inattentive driver?
      Really?

    12. 11-07-2009 07:50 PM #112
      Quote, originally posted by weeblebiker »
      so here's my question
      what's the lightest vehicle this motor will bolt into without custom mounts? which trannies will bolt to it?

      Yes in a mk2.
      All mk1, mk2, mk3, mk4, passat and corrado 4cyl tranny will bolt to it if you have the right clutch.

    13. 11-07-2009 07:53 PM #113
      Quote, originally posted by duke_seb »
      actually it might work in a sciroco too

      Mk2 scirocco are on mk1 (golf/jetta) platform.

    14. 11-08-2009 01:47 PM #114
      are there any picture comparisons of the back of an FSI block compared to the mk4 8v?
      I am interested to see if they are close enough to the same mold that the oil feed can be drilled and tapped to the back of a mk4 8v block simular to how the FSI runs.

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      11-08-2009 03:48 PM #115
      Quote, originally posted by jetta2dr16v »
      are there any picture comparisons of the back of an FSI block compared to the mk4 8v?
      I am interested to see if they are close enough to the same mold that the oil feed can be drilled and tapped to the back of a mk4 8v block simular to how the FSI runs.

      I wondered that also.

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      11-08-2009 04:22 PM #116
      Quote, originally posted by elRey »
      I wondered that also.

      It can
      infact this is how the F3 motors were done.I can grab some comparision pictures for you but I am not sure I would want to drill and tap the block when an oil filter housing is much easier

    17. 11-08-2009 05:53 PM #117
      I am just going for the benefit of a shorter feed line and simplicity

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      11-08-2009 05:54 PM #118
      Quote, originally posted by jetta2dr16v »
      I am just going for the benefit of a shorter feed line and simplicity

      Agree with you there but even then the oil feed line for the FSI motor is right behind the motor mount bracket so even IF you wanted a shorter feed line you would be at the mercy of a dremel to open up the rear bracket.

    19. 11-09-2009 02:44 AM #119
      do you have some pictures showing the placement of the line?

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      11-09-2009 11:08 AM #120
      i'm going to start compiling parts and putting this together over the winter. I am going to ditch the P/S and A/C, will I need a custom bracket to make this work? I'm going to go with the AZG block. I will be rebuilding the block and head, this will be my first rebuild. are there any sites or links that will help me through this process?


      Modified by hood.star at 8:20 AM 11-9-2009

    21. 11-09-2009 01:42 PM #121
      What timing belt is to be used? I figured that there could potentially be a few less teeth due to the fact that there is no IM shaft to be driven, and I don't like the possibility of the tensioner being maxed out.

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      11-09-2009 02:23 PM #122
      Lexus gs300 fi timing belt
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      Quote Originally Posted by zukiphile View Post
      Really Volvo? A failure of system that is supposed to save the inattentive would have been noticed by a real inattentive driver?
      Really?

    23. 11-11-2009 03:22 PM #123
      Quote, originally posted by duke_seb »
      Lexus gs300 fi timing belt

      Gates # 250215
      143 tooth
      Pitch 8mm/.315"
      Length 1144mm/45.039"
      Top width 25mm/1"
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      Just giving out the info here. (I'm a parts counterman [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] )

    24. 11-12-2009 12:03 AM #124
      what accessory bracket options are there for these setups?
      I am non a/c, non power steering
      are there different styles for the accessory brackets?


      Modified by jetta2dr16v at 9:14 PM 11-11-2009

    25. 11-13-2009 01:52 AM #125
      Quote, originally posted by jetta2dr16v »
      what accessory bracket options are there for these setups?
      I am non a/c, non power steering
      are there different styles for the accessory brackets?

      In that case, you'll have just an alternator nad tensioner there, since the water pump is driven off of the timing belt.

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