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Any differences in timing or carburation betwteen Auto and stick EA-81 engines?


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#1 LostWater

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Posted 13 January 2006 - 08:19 AM

Hello all,

Yes, I am the master of descriptive subjects.

Here is what I am looking for; I am planning on putting an EA-81 engine with weber carb and EA-82 manifold into a 79 automatic VW Westfalia that I just picked up. The car the EA-81 came out of was a stick BRAT. I know that some cars have differences in the ignition timing and carb jettings between auto and stick models. Are the EA-81 engines any different between the auto and stick models.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Mark

#2 84gl

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Posted 13 January 2006 - 08:23 AM

no I think its 8btc on carb and 20btc on spfi,mpfi,turbo mpfi




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