The fascination of engine construction

Here you get a small insight into the fascinating world of engine construction. Each engine is individually assembled and designed for its respective purpose and the desired performance class.
Whether 4, 5, 6 or 8 cylinder engines whether 300hp or 1300hp , I've already had
everything in front of me and can look back on over 15 years of experience.

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VW/ Audi 1.8T 800hp engine block

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VW/ Audi 16V 1000hp engine block

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VW/ Audi 16V 800hp engine block

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VW/ Audi 1.8t 800hp camshafts timing calibrate

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VW/ Audi 24V Piston recess litres in Ot to calculate the exact compression ratio

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VW/ Audi VR6 12V engine block and cylinder head configured for 700hp.

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VW/ Audi conrod pin measurement

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VW/ Audi polished connecting rod journals and main bearing journals

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Special honing for high performance applications

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VW VR6 12V crankshaft polishing the bearing journals

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VW VR6 12V crankshaft fresh from cleaning and polishing

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VR6 Calibrate combustion chamber

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VR6 Wiseco piston with high end connecting rod

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The exact measuring and angling of a connecting rod is indispensable for every high-performance engine

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Angle of a connecting rod

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R32 with Mahle Motorsport piston

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VR6 main bearing aisle with ARP studs

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Overhauled 1.8T cylinder head with cleaned valves

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Measuring the correct valve timing with a VR6 12V

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