Volkswagen Oil Cooler Seal Faq for Type 1 VW Engines — Volkswagen Typ 1

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Volkswagen Oil Cooler Seal Faq

How to Any Cooler to Any Case (Type 1 Type 2 only)

The picture on the is a graphic demonstration of what when an oil cooler is incorrectly on the engine case. This is caused by either installing the seals, or applying excessive to the seals when tightening the cooler.

The way to avoid this is by first understanding that the factory produced at least different oil coolers over the of the upright Type 1 and early 2 engines. These oil coolers are defined by the size of their oil among other things.

This variation in cooler sizing tends to reflect of the oil galley internal diameters of the air-cooled engine cases. As the evolved over the decades, oil galley sizes increased. this same period, the factory also changed the of the mounting points on some of the oil coolers that were on single port engines.

these changes in overall sizing, the engine builder can use any of the four Type 1 oil coolers any of the Type 1 or Type 2 engine Note that this faq pre-’72 buses only. The clips in this faq show the between all four oil coolers, but as they are relevant to choosing and the correct seals.

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When mixing and matching coolers and cases, the engine may find that the stud in the used for bolting up the cooler have to be replaced with a Some people even and tap the case for the bigger stud. concerns with mixing and coolers to cases include drilling out or shimming the internal of the two holes in the case, so that match the oil cooler studs. You can see two holes in the picture on this

There are several reasons for and matching between coolers and with mis-matched oil galleys. One would include the need to an older single port case to the far superior dual intake manifold and fan shroud Along with the bigger model doghouse oil cooler and fan, the engine builder also see about using the 8mm head studs in place of the head studs. The oil cooler used for this conversion are adapter seals. They are end-to-end on the outside diameter, and will have to be purchased since they are not included the typical gasket kit used for building.

At the beginning of this faq, the shows that excessive on the seals will cause deformation, resulting in oil galley restrictions. The way to avoid this is to absolutely sure that the is mounted so that it is directly metal at all mounting points. The use of for *some* coolers, as demonstrated in the clip, keeps the seal spreading out due to excessive downward

In the third video segment of faq, engine builder Smith refers to the Type 3 oil seals. These seals are the reddish-brown color as the Type 1 oil seals, but they are much Per his discussion in the video clip, very sure that you use those thicker seals on Type 1 engine.

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