Factory new Volkswagen case, new crankshaft, reconditioned VW rods, new Mahle pistons and barrels, new heads, 110 cam, lightened flywheel, full-flow oil system, external oil filter, 36HP Doghouse, dual carburetors, modified dual exhaust.
Rated at about 95 HP. Six month/6000 mile warranty.
The 1776 is a quick, responsive and fast-revving engine. It has good highway manners - with great throttle response. The dual carbs are low maintenance and the oil filter gives it better engine life.

Factory new VW case, new stroker crankshaft, counter-weighted and balanced. Reconditioned VW rods, new Mahle pistons and barrels, new heads, 110 cam, lightened flywheel, full-flow oil system, external oil filter, 36HP Doghouse, dual carburetors, modified single-tuck exhaust.
Rated at about 120 HP. Six month/6000 mile warranty.
The 2110 is the best of the performance Type I engines with great throttle response, torque, and driveability. The big Webers take more effort to maintain, but the performance and sound are worth the time. For either canyon carving or highway cruising the 2110 gets good marks.

Built from parts tested on the rugged Baja 1000, the 2332 is part monster, part lover, easily streetable but can rev to 6500 when called upon. Gobs of low-end torque with easy, free-revving horsepower.
Rated at a conservative 140 HP and 130 ft/lbs of torque, the 2332 makes its best moves between 2300 and 5500 RPMs.
When mated to a specially geared Pro-Street transmission, you can have tire-burning take-offs and easy freeway cruising.

Call for pricing as this varies depending on availability of parts.