Jean-Paul, I have no idea what your engine build is but my ex-2,110 makes 165 to 170 BHP at about 6,250 RPM with max torque about 155 ft. lbs. at 5,250 RPM. The build specs for my new engine are:
2.387cc type 1 engine using one of Todd Francis' full-flow Precision Alloy wet sump TF-1 aluminum engine cases with .100" cam drop, LN Engineering 94mm biral cylinders, Aircooled.net "super squishy" C high-swirl forged Wiseco pistons, custom lightweight steel wrist pins, Total Seal 2nd compression rings, Crower 5.7 custom titanium connecting rods, Scat forged chrome-moly ultra-light flanged crankshaft with type 4 center main and matching flywheel lightened to 10 lbs., Web Cam hard-welded 86b camshaft on an Autocraft steel billet cam blank, Joe Schubeck Racing 58 gram composite lifters, Autocraft tapered ends chome-moly pushrods, either Bugpack 4046 or Web Cam dual performance valve springs with titanium spring retainers, Pauter Machine 1.3 ratio roller rocker arms, JayCee engineering pushrod tubes, CB Performance CNC ported 044 heads with Manley "super duty" S/S 44 intake and 37.5 exhaust valves, 11.5 to 1 static compression ratio, NOS dual 48 DRLA Dellorto carburetors on CB Performance port matched intake manifolds, electric fuel pump with built in pressure regulation to 3.5 psi, CB Performance hex-bar carburetor linkage, K&N air filters, CB Performance 1 3/4" merged S/S eshaust, 30mm Schadek oil pump with Berg pump cover, Gene Berg 3.5 quart bolt-on sump, Mallory mechanical distributor with Pertronix II and Bosch "red" coil running 34 degrees total ignition advance with fast advance rise springs, KP stage 1 clutch with "Copperhead" friction plate, welded and balanced cooling fan, MOCAL oil thermostat and Setrab auxilliary oil cooler with fan, VW type 181 shroud with VW type 4 oil cooler and stock VW engine tin, and a "Fluidampr" harmonic balancer on a custom hub with degreed aluminum belt pulley.
The engine will also have a Pre-Luber for oil system pressurization pre-startup and following an oil change. Looking for about 200 to 220 BHP at around 7,000 RPM.
(Message Edited 2/14/2003 12:35:14 PM)