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PostPosted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 9:02 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Do you have any more pics or information about using the svx instrument cluster. I am doing the svx conversion and have the instrument cluster. I would like to use it in my conversion. Thanks.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2016 11:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Wow!! You're getting WAY into this! Awesome!! Can't wait to see more progress! Congrats on getting it on the road! That's the best feeling!
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2016 7:14 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

As I think often happens when a conversion gets close to roadworthy the pace picks up and the documentation slacks off.

My van is on the road!

Initially, I had some trouble with the clutch slave rod length. The RJES bell housing is made to work with the long rod and my slave had the short one. This meant that the clutch slave was able to fully extend to the stop which causes it to act like a check valve and prevent fluid from leaving the slave. This causes the clutch pedal to become locked in the upward position. Adjusting the arm on the throwout shaft by one tooth took care of the problem. Richard at RJES was great helping me figure that out via email over the weekend!

Another minor problem is that the Smallcar exhaust header flange on the passenger side is not true and allowing an exhaust leak at the front. I had to return the first header I bought because it would not fit on the motor. To Smallcar's credit they replaced it. This one is not really satisfactory either but I have a welder so will add some material and file it down so I get a good seal. I appreciate that Smallcar makes these parts but still, you don't expect to have to modify something you pay over $500 for.

I decided to use the Subaru SVX instrument cluster and whipped up some brackets and got it mounted on the dash. I'll use the plastic welder to make up a shroud out of ABS once I get all the elements of the cluster operational. Right now I have illumination, turn signals, oil, charging and check engine light, tachometer and temperature gauge. I made up the coolant level sensor harness this morning and will either connect it to an unused light in the SVX cluster or perhaps mount a red warning lamp/buzzer below the cluster. Need to pull Speed Sensor 2 out of the SVX tranny and get that mounted to make the speedo work.

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This motor has really transformed the van. Previously, I would have to use full throttle in second gear with the Type IV 68hp motor all the time. Now I'm floating up the same hills in third gear at significantly faster speeds without even trying.

Next project is to install the SVX climate control. I currently have no heat since the air-cooled heating system has been dismantled and the current heater box in the dash has no heater core. I gathered up all the pieces from the SVX climate control system today. This looks doable to me but the main challenge will likely be space behind/under the dash. I'll start a separate thread for that!

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2016 10:54 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion - plastic weld SVX airbox Reply with quote

I wasn't able to find any information proving that the stock SVX airbox could or could not be used with just some sheet metal clearance work at the front of the engine compartment of an air-cooled van but I can now do so. Modifying the stock SVX airbox is necessary. Rocky Mountain Westy used to make a nice, narrow, aluminum unit but that is no longer the case. Without much to lose I decided to see if I could modify the airbox via plastic welding. I found a plastic welding video at youtube

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The video mentions the Mini-weld model 5 airless plastic welding kit. I ended up with the model 6 off of eBay for about $90. It is basically a soldering iron with a temperature control unit for various types of plastics.

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After sizing up the necessary cuts with the airbox in the van I cut the top off of the airbox.

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Then I created a cardboard template and cut the necessary piece out of a 12" x 12" sheet of ABS plastic I ordered online.
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Tack welded the piece in 4 spots to keep it where I wanted it while I began welding.

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My skill at plastic welding improved dramatically as I worked. I did just a few minutes of welding on the two pieces I cut off the top of the airbox but I'm too impatient to practice for long. Here is the final side weld I did before I touched it up at all.

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Here is the finished product. I used the "R2" black plastic welding rod in the kit. The "ABS" rod in the kit was white although you can order black. I found the white rod gave a milky appearance to the finished weld even if it was worked in. I really have no worries that this modification is not air-tight or strong. If I have any problems I can take care of them easily with the plastic welder.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 8:50 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Got the exhaust fabbed up today. I found a small 2.25" catalytic converter with an inlet angled at 45. This worked really well. Here is the cat with the flange tacked in place.

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A mandrel-bent 90 elbow cut to size did the trick to connect the cat to the muffler.

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Here is cat with the 90 elbow welded in place and installed. I'm going to use an exhaust clamp to fasten the muffler to the elbow initially to make sure I've got some ability to change the position of the muffler if needed. I am concerned about the clearance between the exhaust elbow and the shock absorber but this is at full suspension droop and the picture makes is look closer than it is. I will make a heat shield if necessary.

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I'm going to use a leftover section of the 90 elbow as my tail pipe.

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I also got the front coolant pipes fastened to the body with a bracket I made and hooked up the front coolant hoses.

Tomorrow I'll tackle gaining some clearance for the intake at the front of the engine compartment.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 3:53 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Thanks mackaymanx, I'll look into getting some p-clamps for that coolant pipe and the engine mount bracket pic you posted is pretty much just what I was thinking of. Since my conversion is using the Smallcar engine mount bracket the original VW engine cradle is all the way at the back of the framerail directly underneath the bumper bracket holes.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 11:30 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

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I also worked on the area of the rear frame rails where the stock VW engine crossbar mounts (now much further rearward). I ran into some trouble when drilling the rear hole on the passenger side as the hole being drilled broke leaving no material to put a bolt through. I'll probably get some 2" angle iron and fabricate some brackets that will bolt through the bumper bracket holes.

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This the reinforcing plate I used on one of my conversions, ties to the towbar bolts.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 11:25 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

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The smaller stainless coolant pipe doesn't really have a mount point. I'm sure if I call Smallcar and ask what to do about this they will say use zip ties. I'm not thrilled with that idea but that is what I've done at least temporarily. What do others do with this shorter coolant pipe? you can see in the picture below I'm holding the pipe in question.

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I have used a backet here that goes from the engine bay shield to the bolt holding the coolant pressure tank and secured the pipe with a "P Clamp". I have also used a P clamp on each pipe and secured them to each other on another vehicle I converted.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 4:14 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

So Labor Day weekend got me jump started on my SVX conversion again. I continued this weekend and have made some great progress.

First order of business was to give this air-cooled van some water-cooled parts. I sourced an upper radiator bracket and cooling fan wiring harness from a Samba member. After some prep I welded it in and mounted the radiator.

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Oh boy, it ain't air-cooled anymore!
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Next, after mounting the tranny to the engine I couldn't resist putting the drivetrain in the van. Not having an engine crane and being by myself I scratched my head and bit and decided that I'd go Egyptian on the situation. I cut some PVC pipe sections for rollers and grabbed a 2x6. I measured the height of the motor as it sat on the PVC pipe and 2x6 and then jacked up the van until the rear apron was just above the required height. The motor and tranny rolled in there slick as grease. With the help of a couple floor jacks I had the motor and tranny installed in less than an hour.

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Oh, man! If this doesn't get you excited better switch to basket weaving!
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This weekend's activities started with getting the front-to-rear coolant pipes installed and running the heater hoses. This was a big deal to me. I bet most people converting water-cooled vans to a different engine don't give this much thought but installing coolant pipes in an air-cooled van is a real turning point and a motivator! I got the coolant pipes from Bus Depot. I found it easier to install the front coolant pipes from behind the gas tank with the gas tank lowered a bit. I've spent some time scratching my head during this part of the project because I don't have anything to go by. Since there were no coolant pipes previously I couldn't just match up the new pipes to what was there before. I'm also using the Smallcar coolant pipe kit which provides a stainless coolant pipe to run the coolant from the coolant manifold (non-reversed) around the back of the engine compartment and just forward of the coolant reservoir to meet up with the coolant pipe for the run forward to the radiator. Another stainless coolant pipe joins the hose that attaches to the thermostat to the return coolant pipe from the radiator.

The smaller stainless coolant pipe doesn't really have a mount point. I'm sure if I call Smallcar and ask what to do about this they will say use zip ties. I'm not thrilled with that idea but that is what I've done at least temporarily. What do others do with this shorter coolant pipe? you can see in the picture below I'm holding the pipe in question.

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I wrapped up the day starting to remove the upper portion of the firewall just forward of the SVX throttle body. I should have just removed this before I installed the motor and tranny but I just wasn't sure it was necessary and want to avoid cutting on the van wherever necessary. I intend to the use the stock intake from the SVX which is at least 5" wide while there is only 4" of clearance between the throttle body inlets and the bodywork. That was the piece of info I was lacking. My spot weld drill bit proved to be dull, however, so I switched to sorting out the Smallcar engine mount. As pointed out by others the slots in the Smallcar engine mount don't have much surface area for the heads of the bolts to grip. I had some cylinder head bolt washers from another project which are not much bigger in diameter than the bolt heads which did the trick.

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I also worked on the area of the rear frame rails where the stock VW engine crossbar mounts (now much further rearward). I ran into some trouble when drilling the rear hole on the passenger side as the hole being drilled broke leaving no material to put a bolt through. I'll probably get some 2" angle iron and fabricate some brackets that will bolt through the bumper bracket holes.

All in all I am really pleased with the progress I've made these last two weekends. I'll pick up a couple spot weld drills and get that firewall out of the way this week. Lots of small details to see to, of course, but I feel like I am rolling downhill on this project now!

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2016 8:33 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Good stuff here! Can't wait to see it done! Cool
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2016 8:39 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Howesight wrote:
You are going to want to properly connect the EGR plumbing. There is a temp sensor that checks if the EGR system is working. I am not certain, but I believe that it can cause a DTC code. Without the exhaust gases going into the intake in light-load conditions, the engine will have a tendency to ping, which you will never hear, because the knock control will dial back your ignition timing.
The exhaust gas is only drawn in on one cylinder in the lower portion of the manifold . It is not drawn equally through the intake. Surely can't be helpful to the burn in that cylinder .Maybe the 96/97 OBD2 motors different? There surely is a way to fool the circuit if so.
I am not running EGR and Macwesty is. We live about an hour apart so I guess we will find out how they both run.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2016 9:26 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Yes the newest SC header has the EGR port.

You have to ask RMW to add it.
They may not even build EG33 exhausts any longer, haven't checked in years, so be forewarned.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2016 8:30 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

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As I understand it, the new (since 2012, IIRC) Small Car SVX header, in addition to using a better grade of stainless, has re-located the EGR bung so that the factory EGR pipe bolts on without modification. Bonus!


Yes. I wouldn't say completely without modification, but about 20 minutes with a tubing bender should sort you out.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2016 7:09 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

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Howesight wrote:
The stainless is pretty, but not necessary.


You can still buy that EGR tube from Subaru.
Part# 14725AA091
$40 online.
Requires a little massaging to mate up to the smallcar exhaust.


Ordered from subarupartsdepot.com. Thanks wasserbox!
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2016 2:50 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

wasserbox wrote:
Howesight wrote:
The stainless is pretty, but not necessary.


You can still buy that EGR tube from Subaru.

Part# 14725AA091

$40 online.

Requires a little massaging to mate up to the smallcar exhaust.


Excellent price! Can you tell me who sells at that price? The folks I was dealing with for online Subie parts wanted a lot more for that EGR pipe - - if they could get it in stock. EDIT: Nevermind, I found the seller.

As I understand it, the new (since 2012, IIRC) Small Car SVX header, in addition to using a better grade of stainless, has re-located the EGR bung so that the factory EGR pipe bolts on without modification. Bonus!
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2016 1:18 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Howesight wrote:
The stainless is pretty, but not necessary.


You can still buy that EGR tube from Subaru.

Part# 14725AA091

$40 online.

Requires a little massaging to mate up to the smallcar exhaust.
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2016 10:23 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

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You are going to want to properly connect the EGR plumbing. There is a temp sensor that checks if the EGR system is working. I am not certain, but I believe that it can cause a DTC code. Without the exhaust gases going into the intake in light-load conditions, the engine will have a tendency to ping, which you will never hear, because the knock control will dial back your ignition timing. This then gets compounded by the ECU which has a "learning" function and which will then change your spark map which takes away power in the affected RPM and load range and reduces fuel efficiency. On my SVX, I find a noticeable power decrease whenever I have run regular gas (87 octane vs 94 octane). The power loss can last for a couple of tanks of 94 before the ECU "re-learns" and goes back to the original spark map..


I think the first couple years didn't have that temp sensor?

Also Howesight, are you running the ECUtune 1.5 chip (aka the SmallCar chip) and still experiencing the power/economy loss or are you running a stock ECU?
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 6:27 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Small steps yesterday and today. Picked up a 4" hose clamp to secure the subaru charcoal canister and finished modifying the subaru airbox and mounted the airbox bracket I fabricated.

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Airbox block plate. Used 4 6mm bolts with lock washers and nuts along with Permatex form-a-gasket. Should keep the air drawing through the AFM.
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My air compressor swallowed its compression ring this weekend so I put my dremel tool to work for some of this light metal fabrication. I went to pick up some reinforced cutting disks and found that dremel has a nice new quick lock system with even beefier metal cutting disks. I always appreciate when people include tips about tools they find effective/useful during their builds so here is one from me. Dremel EZ-lock. Great in tight spaces and pretty inexpensive with the basic Dremel tool at $49 and this EZ-lock cutting kit at $15.

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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 2:22 pm    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

insyncro wrote:
As Howe has mentioned, the EGR plumbing is not difficult to accomplish and it does smooth out the ride Wink

Not going environmental on either, BUT, it is part of the emissions system, ya dig Wink
Don't piss off the polar bears any more than necessary.


Insyncro, I give you credit for your consistent message to keep our vans emission compliant, even for those of us that live in states/areas without emissions checks. Also, your continued support of this forum is greatly appreciated. I would say more but I think I'll save for an in-person visit sometime when I can buy you a beer. That goes for Howesight too!
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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 10:23 am    Post subject: Re: Air-cooled to SVX EG33 conversion Reply with quote

Macwesty wrote:
VanaConn wrote:
This is funny because I have the identical color 81 westy that I decided to rebuild stock. Felt like it was too much extra work with the heater cores and required parts... I am only two hours away from you. Hit up my group if you haven't on FB >Subaru Six Cylinder VW Van.


I considered staying air-cooled but when I looked at the expense and that I'd end up with 68hp it just didn't make sense as I want to use the van on longer trips with gear, bikes, passengers, etc..

I've been lurking on the Subaru Six Cylinder VW Van page for some time. 😀

Scott

Ok Great, When I think about it now I should have done my 81 because it is a clean rust free CA van and your right the $5k I spent on the engine and trans could have been spent on a SVX conversion. Really most of my money went into the Subarugears build on my 86. Maybe we can meet up and compare notes when we are both done. I am overhauling the suspension,brakes and steering at the moment. The 3.3 is done and waiting for me to wrap up the trans.
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