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  connecting the R1 engine to the VW transaxle

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PostSubject: connecting the R1 engine to the VW transaxle   7/26/2011, 7:35 pm

These guys hooked up a MotorCycle enging to a VW Transaxle to put into a Bradley and here is a Video on how they got it hooked up Smile Look at there other Videos to see it roll




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PostSubject: Re: connecting the R1 engine to the VW transaxle   7/28/2011, 1:20 am

Wow thats crazy and I like it.
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PostSubject: Re: connecting the R1 engine to the VW transaxle   8/31/2012, 4:29 am

So im getting a 66 bug. The motor is disassembled and needs new suspension. i wanted to just rebuild it but im thinking now of putting a gsxr 1000 in it. sound possible? most def i kno its gonna be a lot of work but worth it at the end, i just love that sound coming from a bug Smile
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