Vanagon Boxer Engine

Bronson was proud to share his Vanagon boxer engine that was the result of his first time rebuilding a boxer engine.

Here’s what he had to say about his experience:

I never rebuilt a boxer engine before and had to rebuild this after work, without splitting the casing. This meant compressing the piston rings by hand to get them into the cylinders. Took some time, but the SCAT VW pushrod tubes made it a lot easier!

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