Case Identification

 
Rev - Nov 25, 2017

 

 

Porsche 914

Code Year Engine/Notes
W 1970/71 1700cc - 8.2:1 compression - 80hp
EA 1972-1973 1700cc
EB 1973 1700cc - 7.3: compression, California only, fuel injection
EC 1974 1800cc - California only, 7.6:1 compression
AN   1800cc - 8.6:1 compression
GA 1973/74 2000cc - 7.6:1 comporession
GB 1973-1976 2000cc - 8.0:1 compresssion
GC 1975/76 2000cc - 7.6:1 compresssion
V0   1700cc - European-only
1800cc - European-only
2000cc - European-only
 

 

Engines from VW of Brazil

GAS-Gasoline / Alcohol-ALC

BA - 1600 - BRASILIA (1976)
BD - 1600 BEETLE GAS
BG - 1600 GAS AND KOMBI KOMBI EXP
BJ - 1300 BEETLE GAS
BK - 1300 LAC BEETLE BRASILIA
BM - 1300 LAC GOL
BN - BRAZIL GAS 1600
BV - 1600 GAS VARIANT
BX - 1600 LAC KOMBI KOMBI EXP
BY - 1300 GOL GAS
BZ - 1600 GAS VAN
UF - 1600 BEETLE GAS
UG - 1600 GAS VAN
UJ - 1600 LAC BEETLE
UK - 1600 LAC VAN

Motors above 90

UFA - 1600 BEETLE GAS
UJA - 1600 LAC BEETLE
UGA - 1600 GAS VAN CARAT
 

 

Replacement Cases

These cases were VW engine cases that were sold from VW but never issued in an actual production vehicle.  All are dual-relief cases with 100mm oil passages.
Example:

Information from a 5/73 USA service bulletin issued 5/73:
Engines with the re-manufactured symbol, a letter, a number and ending with X, indicates a VW Exchange engine.  Before Oct., 1968 the X was not stamped onto the block. 

From April of 1972 Shortblocks were sold with the VW remanufacture symbol followed by a letter. No numbers were used, you were to stamp in the old engine number.
F1 1300/1600
F2 1300/1600
DO 40hp if last digit is "X"
D1 40hp part
AD 1600
AK 1967-1974 1500/1600
AM 1600
AS  Sometimes seen listed as Super Beetle case for 1973-onward
 

 

Exchange Engines

These engines are normally marked with a VW recycle symbol and an X at the end.

Information from a 5/73 USA service bulletin issued 5/73: Engines with the re-manufactured symbol, a letter, a number and ending with X, indicates a VW Exchange engine.  Before Oct., 1968 the X was not stamped onto the block. From April of 1972 Short blocks were sold with the VW remanufacture symbol followed by a letter. No numbers were used, you were to stamp in the old engine number.
 

 










 

 

 


 

 


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