Porsche Flat 6 Teardown - Timelapse and Diagnosis 

Wesley Kagan
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Wow there's a lot of parts here. I'm experimenting with videos outside of what I usually do here, and this is the first of a few I have planned. Let me know what you think, I was just happy to find the cause of all that noise. M96 engines can be fun.
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Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Everyone excited for Freevalve Miata Pt. 2 next week?!
PentaxSource 2 yıl önce
Yes! You use electronic activated pneumatic valves right? Whats the plus on going with pneumatic and not just all electric actuators?
Koen Janssen
Koen Janssen 2 yıl önce
john Pache
john Pache 2 yıl önce
Even Braut
Even Braut 2 yıl önce
Definitely, it's my favourite series on YT right now! Ever since I saw Koenigsegg explaining the tech and its advantages I thought "why isn't this a retrofittable kit?" And here you are, blowing me away making it by yourself in the garage! Really really cool!
Mayank Gupta
Mayank Gupta 2 yıl önce
Even Braut
Even Braut 2 yıl önce
You're the kind of guy I aspire to be. Really interesting content, I for sure wouldn't mind more videos in this format! Now I need to get back to studying to become a mechanical engineer haha
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thanks! I have another coming out soon that’s a bit more technical.
TaylzPierre 2 yıl önce
your profile picture completes your message to perfection
Paul Rye
Paul Rye 2 yıl önce
Layperson artist here, agreeing with the format.
john Pache
john Pache 2 yıl önce
I am extremely excited, watching you engineer parts and literally build an f1 car from the ground up has been a journey I hope to see continue, keep up the amazing work👍
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thanks so much! I’m excited to keep doing it, glad people like to watch it!
Tyler Eliason
Tyler Eliason 2 yıl önce
Just a side note, these motors don't have cam cover gaskets. Typically when removing the Cam covers, a compound called Drei Bond (silicone 1209) is used.
TheFleetflyer 2 yıl önce
Exactly, it just looks like RTV to folks who don't know that it's supposed to be there.
Home Built By Jeff
Home Built By Jeff 2 yıl önce
Very interesting. I just tried to take mine apart and I didn't get anywhere near as far as you did. My head bolts were not budging for anyone ;)
My Opinion
My Opinion 2 yıl önce
fancy seeing you here!
VolV8 2 yıl önce
Jeff, are you going freevalve in Roxstar? 🤭✌️
Steve Bratt
Steve Bratt 2 yıl önce
Spoiler alert Jeff, I haven't seen your ep yet!
Josh 2 yıl önce
Wait, home built by Jeff is here!?!?
Josh Hulbert
Josh Hulbert 2 yıl önce
You sure? The left side head bolts are reverse threaded on flat-6 Porsches to keep them from backing out.
Luke's Workshop
Luke's Workshop 2 yıl önce
Nice Job! Love seeing the parts laid out like that. Might have to do that when I rebuild my G16A.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thanks! Same here, If nothing else it's an effort in organization.
Luke's Workshop
Luke's Workshop 2 yıl önce
@Wesley Kagan Probably a little therapeutic too.
Kelly Sandford
Kelly Sandford 2 yıl önce
You're getting way better in front of the camera. I get pumped to see your videos pop up. Keep it up man.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thanks! Will do!
Blabarsjocke 2 yıl önce
Really like the longer format, something relaxing about watching and engine teardown! Cant wait for the next free-valve video!
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Glad you enjoy it! Next week!
\[#_#]/ 2 yıl önce
Really liked the disassembly. I love videos that show in depth how to work on an engine. So if you ever do an assembly video, please do it in the greatest details. I‘m also always interested in where people get the necessary torque specs for each part :)
Jim H
Jim H Yıl önce
How the heck do you find time for all these projects? I'm beyond impressed.
Mr19ford93 2 yıl önce
I came across your videos by accident but I am happy that I did. I like the way you do stuff. You explain but it's not overly complicated and you back it up with knowledge. I like the longer video format
Andy Lewis
Andy Lewis 2 yıl önce
Really interesting to see a Porsche engine teardown. I had no idea it was so different from the normal design. Thanks, Wes. Looking forward to the Freevalve progress next week.
Colton Karges
Colton Karges 2 yıl önce
Loved the longer format!! Can't wait for the free valve video! Just about ever car enthusiast on the planet would love to have free valves!
Michael Norgan
Michael Norgan 2 yıl önce
Fantastic job on the strip down of the M96 motor, I did one myself over Christmas. Love the free valve on the Miata too! I would really like to see a free valve on this motor, it could fit really well on the the head where the valve cage / matrix bolts on.
Fishing Arizona
Fishing Arizona 2 yıl önce
I absolutly love these videos!!! Let's get it put back together even better!!!
Arthur Deranleau
Arthur Deranleau 2 yıl önce
how does this guy not have all of the subs!!!!! Keep up the good work, I cant wait to see that v12 purr
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thanks a ton!
Bob B.
Bob B. 2 yıl önce
New subscriber from mid-Canada. Good tear down video. Your thoughtful narration helps make it. I wish more engines had that stacked modular structure.
TaylzPierre 2 yıl önce
This guy deserves WAYYYY more views and recognition because he's absolutely hilarious and does give a single f***.... What a legend
ozgur 2 yıl önce
we love your content man ! keep going :)
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thank you!
doubleT84 2 yıl önce
This is why I like your videos: 3:25 could've easily cut and edit the wrong quick answer, but you kept it. Says a lot about you and your approach to building, and I like and appreciate that. Keep it up, your project(s) is/are very interesting.
Bryan Wyatt
Bryan Wyatt 2 yıl önce
I wish I had the confidence to take things apart like this. Mostly always worried they won't go back together in working order.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
It helps when it's so broken that you don't really care.
Hans Brodi - Automotive
I could watch you work, explore, build for hours!
J 2 yıl önce
This channel needs to blow up before you get the V12 swapped!
Hans Ryter
Hans Ryter 2 yıl önce
your content is truly fantastic. I'm very glad I found your channel a while ago
Griptopia 2 yıl önce
dude cannot put into words how much i love what you are doing, i was thinking of using r1 throttle bodies on my V12 C9/11 build just struggling to source my engine! love love love... Matt :) please if you need any 3d stuff hit me up :) a car model, motion graphics anything. keep up the cool stuff cannot wait until next episode
Luka S
Luka S Yıl önce
Wow, interesting way to implement vvt. (You can probably tell I'm a novice lol) but still, I've always seen animations with the cam pulley phasing using oil pressure.
NR1928 2 yıl önce
The M96 motor, like many VAG motors, don't actually have a gasket for the valve cover/cam girdle. They use an anaerobic sealant instead. Dreibond 1209 is the product specified by Porsche
Edward Osborn
Edward Osborn 2 yıl önce
came down to mention this - I too hate the way many people use RTV, but in this case it really should be just sealant. Thanks for the fun to watch teardown!
Dave Darling
Dave Darling 2 yıl önce
"This is not a guide to disassembling an M96 engine. This is a guy playing with a bunch of scrap metal in his garage that coincidentally looks much like an M96 engine."
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Pretty much, yeah.
ed stretch
ed stretch 2 yıl önce
keep up the hard work!! I am currently studying automotive (off-highway) engineering you are living my dream, I am trying to swap the miata engine into a triumph spitfire and really excited about your development retrofitting freevalve technology to a Maita.
Drunk3n_M0nk 2 yıl önce
It was interesting to see how this motor compares to the EG33 in my SVX. I think I will keep it handy the next time someone tries to tell me the EG33 is basically a Porsche motor.
Rob Heywood
Rob Heywood 2 yıl önce
Enjoy watching your journey. How is the V12 swap going?
Ezekiel H
Ezekiel H 2 yıl önce
Finally got around to binge watching your channel should've did it sooner some of my favorite TRvid content so far. I remember hearing rod knock in your first test drive video was gunna comment and say something glad to see your awair and on top of the issue before the crank got destroyed. Your v12 throttle body videos has inspired me to convert my 1980 Honda gl1100 goldwing to fuel injection I've been planning on supercharging it with a used or reman. Aisin Amr500 roots blower my only hang up was figuring out the right blow through carb after seeing your video I think the hayabusa modular throttle body is the perfect candidate for the conversion do you have any recommendations for a stand alone fuel management system preferably diy open source where I can use cheap off the shelf sensors and whatnot.
Dom Sterling
Dom Sterling 2 yıl önce
Excited about the free valve Miata!! Quick question, how did you design the suspension for the Porsche?
Rich Young
Rich Young 2 yıl önce
Watching this, it occurs to me that the space savings you get from a cam delete is especially important with horizontal engine layouts. I know Subaru is up against an engineering bottleneck, shoehorning steering and suspension around a H-layout motor. They ought to be looking real hard at this idea.
Dolphins101 Yıl önce
Or Subaru could just put an inline 4 cylinder engine like everyone on earth wants
spmil999 2 yıl önce
Wonderful content! I love how you don't put on a personality. You are just yourself.
navion1946 2 yıl önce
I guess I still like the boxer engine on the F1 car better but that’s just if I were going to drive it. It’s amazing what you do!
Will Butler
Will Butler 2 yıl önce
The silicone gasket on the covers is what is used from factory. It's interesting that the big end failed. These commonly fail and 'knock' because the Nikasil on the piston walls break down. There are a few ways to fix it but the best is with an iron liner
Project Biehlmeister
I was going to leave the same comment. That RTV joint is a common source of leaks on these engines and you need to pull the engine to do the repair.
BL00D H4ND 2 yıl önce
keep the great content coming! I love your vids
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thanks, will do!
Jordan Payne
Jordan Payne 2 yıl önce
Awesome video, my 981 Cayman has a similar engine and it’s amazing to see these motors pulled apart
Jer Gol
Jer Gol 2 yıl önce
Absolutely love your stuff!
Fernando Solari
Fernando Solari 2 yıl önce
Great video! I definitely enjoy this kind of longer videos
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Good to know! Thank you!
JGWM 2 yıl önce
You're good on camera and knowledgeable, looking forward to seeing you really take off soon.
Rick Cockcroft
Rick Cockcroft 2 yıl önce
New here but totally binged through 4 vids tonight. I too learned about engines by taking them apart. Loved the format and will be a regular visitor.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Brandt Conklin
Brandt Conklin 2 yıl önce
would it be possible to see in the near future a M96 build and how to keep it running properly or fix all the issues highlighted?
Mark Wybierala
Mark Wybierala Yıl önce
Bless that brave little connecting rod for not fracturing.
MiśFakapek 2 yıl önce
Well done! Thanks @Wesley for a relaxing video! One thing I need to ask though is: What is the shape of crankshaft and cylinder walls? Usually "wobbly" connecting rods make a bit of destruction there :D
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
There was some scoring on that cylinder but the rest looked okay. I don’t have a great way of checking ovaling but it wouldn’t surprise me!
Zeus Multirotor
Zeus Multirotor 2 yıl önce
@Wesley Kagan are you going to rebuild this motor and use it for another project?
MomentumThief 2 yıl önce
Would love to watch the whole process on twitch if possible. Is that the 2.5/2.7/3.2?
FredTheFailLord 2 yıl önce
I like the long format videos! As far as I'm concerned more footage of work getting done is better. I think there are some people who want just the bullet points and a end-of-video "see it run money shot" but I'm more in the Tech Ingredients show everything camp
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Same here- I’m still figuring out what Everyone likes to see! It’s good to know.
Richard Lamm
Richard Lamm Yıl önce
@Wesley Kagan Just do what you like. If you do what everyone likes you will be chasing shadows. If you do what you like, it will come natural and you will last longer and be more real.
Sean N.
Sean N. 2 yıl önce
There isn't supposed to be a valve cover gasket between the valve cover and head on that engine because the Cam Caps are integrated into the valve cover. If you had a gasket between those surfaces it would cause clearance issues.
Christian D'Andrea
Christian D'Andrea 2 yıl önce
I'd be so afraid to move my foot and knock over all those meticulously organized parts on the floor
milkshakes6850 2 yıl önce
love the longer videos, keep it up
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Glad you like them!
Chris Probert
Chris Probert 2 yıl önce
thats the first ive seen inside those engines. what strange construction. i have built many engines and that one looks really complicated. did you find a blocked oilway or any other reason for that bearing to fail ?. interesting video thanks
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
My guess is oil starvation in high-g corners. It’s a common failure on these engines
S B 2 yıl önce
Nice work, who doesn't love taking apart big oily paperweights into smaller paperweights
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
This is painfully accurate
Desmond0313 2 yıl önce
Holy crap now that's what I call a proper timing chain, a thick double chain... today's Audi, BMW, etc. timing chains look like bicycle chains in comparison... no wonder they fail. I've never seen a flat 6 engine torn down, it was interesting!
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Completely agree. It’s so weird, some things on this motor are completely overbuilt and some are under built. Who knows.
Nickopedia 2 yıl önce
I don't know if its the case for that engine, but I find myself using RTV more and more because gaskets, just regular paper ones, are $15-40 each for the OEM ones and I can't find aftermarket ones, or the aftermarkets were woefully off in their fitment. It's honestly ridiculous for any paper gasket, even if it is the OEM gasket, to cost $15 for a little 5 inch circle. And with RTV I thinly grease one side, RTV the other, and then let it cure for the full 24 hours hand tight so it always has its own built-in gasket if I have to take it apart in the future.
MgBag 2 yıl önce
Yes! Longer videos! Excellent content
canna roe
canna roe 2 yıl önce
I'd love a comparison against a Subaru SVX - cheap to find, also boxer-6, VERY different block
brian peters
brian peters 2 yıl önce
I have never seen a rod bearing spin so much it wore the steel shell away. They normally sieze up and pull the cap off the rod. Then they fail spectacularly :)
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Same here. I’m surprised it wasn’t knocking worse, honestly. It wasn’t that noticeable.
RC Ritter FPV
RC Ritter FPV 2 yıl önce
I did that to my Kawaski Concours trying to chase down a knock... it was a rod bearing... I had ever intention of reassembling the motor... found a used one for like $400 and that seemed way more likely to succeed. it was fun tearing it apart though.
Greg Thevenot
Greg Thevenot 2 yıl önce
Wesley, How old are you? How did you learn all this stuff? I am amazed!!
Kevin Mcgirt
Kevin Mcgirt 2 yıl önce
Love...absolutely love this format of video!
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Awesome! Thank you!
Pete’s Workshop
Pete’s Workshop 2 yıl önce
Thanks man. Never seen the inside of a 6 cyl Porsche engine.
Unbekannter Nr. 1
Unbekannter Nr. 1 2 yıl önce
Ahh, the famous Vanos device in a Porsche engine. I like the cage around the crankshaft, seems to save some weight.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Ironically I haven’t seen a ton of failures of VVT solenoids, at least for the variocam F1’s. The Plus is a different story
marsant Yıl önce
Please put a freevalve on this engine! There are a lot of moving parts you could remove. (4 camshafts, 5 chains, the intermediate shaft, the chain tensioners, 2 variocam systems...)
Paul Rye
Paul Rye 2 yıl önce
I dream of taking apart engines like this. Can't wait to have the room and finances for it :)
Jair Corona
Jair Corona 2 yıl önce
That was an awesome job Sr.
classic1981 2 yıl önce
Nice Guzzi. I've got a '12 V7, but the valvecovers and exhaust flanges on yours makes me think it's older. Unless its a custom build
Luke McGowan
Luke McGowan 2 yıl önce
Looks like a 2008 ish Classic to me.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
It’s actually my GF’s ‘75 850 T!
michael blacktree
michael blacktree 2 yıl önce
Weird design choices seem to be a common theme in German automotive engineering.
Frank Carter
Frank Carter 2 yıl önce
I can't wait to see the video for next week. As much detail as possible please
Jon Remmers
Jon Remmers 2 yıl önce
Very nice this! Cant understand why your channel has so few subscribers. Thanks!
Ross Stewart
Ross Stewart 2 yıl önce
Thank you for all the fantastic content! Please though: Tell me you're at least tone deaf or *something*, as seeing the breadth of disciplines with which you display an aptitude is more than a little humbling for the rest of us... Excited to see more for as long a you continue to enjoy sharing!
Koen Janssen
Koen Janssen 2 yıl önce
Cool video again!!! Will there somewhere in the future be a video of you rebuilding this one with new bearings and maybe freevalve tech??
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Hopefully! I'd really like to someday. All the pieces are there....
Koen Janssen
Koen Janssen 2 yıl önce
@Wesley Kagan that's exactly what I thought. I would find it a really interesting video. And I am pretty sure I am not alone in that 😂
Timothy W.
Timothy W. 2 yıl önce
So to answer your question of what to do with all of that I'm almost positive that you have broke that engine down into such a manner that you can distinguish between ferrous and non-ferrous metals. I bet somewhere there's a scrap yard that would be more than happy to accept all of that garbage and you might even make a little bit of coin. Or you could hot soak all of it and make it all clean and look pretty and then turn it into some freakish chandelier that only a Porsche owner would love
Cortnie Smith
Cortnie Smith 2 yıl önce
This point of frustration with a project is the worst point because you do silly/stupid things like risk warping heads by disassembling them wrong. It’s fine not to care about something but when it holds a monetary value or perhaps a future purpose it’s not the best thing to do
Vahe Antanesian
Vahe Antanesian 8 aylar önce
hello there This is amazing build. I noticed you are changing to a V12. I would be interested to purchase the throttle bodies and wiring harness and the ECU for the Boxster S engine if you no longer are going to need them. I have a project car that i am installing Porsche Boxster S engine and transmission in and i need the stand alone wiring and ECU. please let me know if you would like to sell those items. Thank you
Stoppahpowah 2 yıl önce
I'm a european mechanic in the rust belt and i love triple squares! Extremely hard to strip out when compared to allen and torx.
Stoppahpowah 2 yıl önce
Oh, you were just talking about 12 pointed hex bolts. lmao. Yeah, im with you, those things tend to suck.
faxxzc Yıl önce
i just learned that there is a difference, but i think the xzn/triple square is only available as internal, as in the bit goes inside the screw, while the 12 point is only available as external, which goes on top of the screw or bolt
Stoppahpowah Yıl önce
@faxxzc yeah thats correct. Unlike torx there is no external version of triple square. But ill stand by my statement; of thr internal drive fasteners triple squares can by far take the most torque. If you have the tools they rock.
faxxzc Yıl önce
@Stoppahpowah yes definitely, they are amazing. Have yet to strip one out. Unfortunately you cant really buy triple square screws on the free market yet for a reasonable price. Even torx is still significantly more expensive than standard allen screws
TheMattbrownbill Yıl önce
My uncle did the same with a watch, took it all apart, then reassembled it. He had one gear left over, and it only took 4 hours to go round, instead of 12.
faxxzc Yıl önce
nice of the watch manufacturer to include spares directly integrated in the watch!
James Williams
James Williams 2 yıl önce
Would Pneumatic or electromagnetic freevalve give you some degree of protection (at least at low RPM) from bent valves as air is compressible and electromagnetic could be back driven. I mean I guess if freevalve is working properly it's a non issue as its not like you can skip a tooth or break a chain or belt. I'm not sure if this is actually a question lol. Any Thoughts?
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
So in theory everything you said is correct, although your still relying on the system itself not failing. Luckily in my system there are mechanical failsafes (2 separate springs actually) in case of catastrophic failure to prevent valve impact. Hopefully haha.
Blaž Bohinc
Blaž Bohinc 2 yıl önce
Yes, do more of these.
David Brown
David Brown 2 yıl önce
Just last week I saw someone’s Boxster engine on their garage floor - with a big hole in the block. It was reason number 7 - oil starvation due to blocked pickup. Previous owner had messily used silicone instead of a gasket.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Yeah, it happens. There's M96 killer corners that cause oil starvation.
Boxstclever 2 yıl önce
Good work that man. Just done the same to mine. RTV instead of gasket? 4.53 That’s how they came from the factory. There’s no gasket for the cam covers, the oil pan or the engine cases.
boltonky 2 yıl önce
Looking forward to the freevalve video and i learnt not to take engines apart at 2am cause you will likley loose a bolt lol
Justin Pass
Justin Pass 2 yıl önce
The only valve cover I've seen like that Porsche one that actually use rtv is a Mercedes v6 used in the sedans and r350
Elimentus 2 yıl önce
I guess I've never seen the cases split on a Porsche as I had no idea they crank sat in it's own cage! Does that part have a name? I always assumed they were like Subaru's boxer motors in which the main journals are just machined out of each half of the case.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
I’ve always called it the crank carrier assembly, but I’m sure an actual Porsche tech could tell you what the official name is. I actually love it, it saves a lot of trouble compared to the Subaru
mark scully
mark scully 2 aylar önce
@Wesley Kagan just looks horribly over complicated to me?
NormanBoulder 2 yıl önce
These engines do not come with cam cover gaskets from the factory. The use a style of rtv sealant like Drei Bond.
802 Garage
802 Garage 2 yıl önce
Kinda wild the valve cover has the cam journals built in. Never knew that. Also how can you say 12 point are the worst when E-Torx exists? Hahaha. Fun teardown!
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
I noticed that- I've never seen another motor like that, and I'd be worried about alignment and a thousand other things, but there's not really any cam journal fails on M96's, so I guess it works! I've just stripped too many 12 points.
Elimentus 2 yıl önce
I think it's a VAG thing. I know the 2.0T's have had cam caps integrated into the valve cover for years!
David Charles
David Charles Yıl önce
I wish I could do this. I don’t even know how to get to the level of knowledge you have..
CHEESUS SLICE 2 yıl önce
love your videos man
MaNNeRz Laguna
MaNNeRz Laguna 2 yıl önce
Nothing wrong with 12 points. Nothing worse than a hex nut that you can't get the spanner on either way round due to space or angle 😆😆 12 point eliminates that 👌 loving the engine unboxing by the way.... Get it? 😂😂
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Hah! Now I need to change the title. Yeah I've just stripped a few too many.
MaNNeRz Laguna
MaNNeRz Laguna 2 yıl önce
@Wesley Kagan were they ten mils? 14mm and upwards I like 12 point. I can definitely see the struggle if they're 10s and rusty though 😬 keep up the great work good sir! Watching your content from the UK 🇬🇧
Pau Torres
Pau Torres 2 yıl önce
Man, your videos are awesome, i realy enjoy your videos. Hi from Spain.
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Thanks so much!
eighty6gt 2 yıl önce
Do a video series on how to get things done. I wanted to but had no time and haven't quite gotten my stuff done. ;)
Charles Pletzke
Charles Pletzke 2 yıl önce
That bearing isn’t just cooked, it’s been roasted over an open fire beyond rare
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
It’s the bearing equivalent of ordering a steak well done
twothreebravo 2 yıl önce
@Wesley Kagan with ketchup
Nobody Noone
Nobody Noone Yıl önce
Just a few rpm away from goin thru the block. You caught it just in time.
Trevor Morrison
Trevor Morrison 2 yıl önce
After watching this I kind of got the vibe that Subaru did it better. All in all it was a good watch, thanks.
Jason Makeyenko
Jason Makeyenko 2 yıl önce
Do you have plans for this engine in the future?
Kenny Ray
Kenny Ray 2 yıl önce
Great! Love the long format...
Rocketplane 2 yıl önce
Nice spun bearing. How bad was the crank?
Wesley Kagan
Wesley Kagan 2 yıl önce
Surprisingly not terrible. Honestly well within saving if needed
Adam Fransson
Adam Fransson 2 yıl önce
Please show inspection of IMS and the bores :)
Joel L
Joel L 2 yıl önce
That is an obnoxiously complicated engine. Wow - I had no idea.
Geinko 2 yıl önce
Do what you have fun doing bro
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