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WTB: 1Z or AHU running engine or long block

Gusman

Active member
Joined
May 5, 2020
Location
Sonoma County California
TDI
B4V
Hello everyone,

I’m looking for a 1Z or AHU engine to keep a B4V on the road while I have the original engine rebuilt. I’m located near San Francisco. Would love to find something in California, Nevada or Oregon.

Please let me know if you have something you’re willing to let go!

thanks
 

Mongler98

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Joined
Mar 23, 2011
Location
COLORADO (SE of Denver)
TDI
98 Jetta TDI AHU 1.9L (944 TDI swap in progress) I moved so now i got nothing but an AHU in a garage on a pallet.
Somone here is selling a new ALH (New old stock) for a steal of a price. All you would need is a a few parts to do a conversion!
I do love the AHU over the alh though.
Food for thought.
https://forums.tdiclub.com/index.php?threads/fs-nos-1-9l-alh-crate-engine.521206/


I am just curious if you are rebuilding it yourself or having it rebuilt? I ask because usually a rebuild takes a day. It takes 3 days to swap an engine so your looking at least 50 hours of work just in swapping....
How long is your plan? Just curious.... most people buy a used engine and have that rebuilt then do the swap once... vs 3 times!
 

Mozambiquer

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Mar 21, 2015
Location
Versailles Missouri
TDI
1998 VW Jetta TDI. 1982 VW Rabbit pickup, 2001 VW Jetta TDI, 2005 VW Passat wagon TDI X3, 2001 VW golf TDI, 1980 VW rabbit pickup,
Somone here is selling a new ALH (New old stock) for a steal of a price. All you would need is a a few parts to do a conversion!
I do love the AHU over the alh though.
Food for thought.
https://forums.tdiclub.com/index.php?threads/fs-nos-1-9l-alh-crate-engine.521206/


I am just curious if you are rebuilding it yourself or having it rebuilt? I ask because usually a rebuild takes a day. It takes 3 days to swap an engine so your looking at least 50 hours of work just in swapping....
How long is your plan? Just curious.... most people buy a used engine and have that rebuilt then do the swap once... vs 3 times!
What??? One day for a rebuild and three days to swap? Or did you get those backwards?
 

Mongler98

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Location
COLORADO (SE of Denver)
TDI
98 Jetta TDI AHU 1.9L (944 TDI swap in progress) I moved so now i got nothing but an AHU in a garage on a pallet.
What??? One day for a rebuild and three days to swap? Or did you get those backwards?
I'm generalizing. If you are just tossing parts at a decent block it's a day to tear down, clean, dingle berry hone, and slam new cut rings in it. If it's actually a full rebuild.. it's about 30 hours of work.
I've seen people do a full take out and put in under 30 hours.
I've done it...
I'm being very general about it to more so illustrate the point vs what it would actually take because very little info is known here.
 

Gusman

Active member
Joined
May 5, 2020
Location
Sonoma County California
TDI
B4V
I am just curious if you are rebuilding it yourself or having it rebuilt? I ask because usually a rebuild takes a day. It takes 3 days to swap an engine so your looking at least 50 hours of work just in swapping....
How long is your plan? Just curious.... most people buy a used engine and have that rebuilt then do the swap once... vs 3 times!
The original 1Z will most likely never be going back into the Passat, so an ALH might come into play. I intend to use the rebuilt 1Z for a diesel swap into another vehicle in the future. 1996 is a magic number here in California. I'm not planning doing the rebuild immediately, my priority lies in getting this rare bird back on the road where it belongs.

Thanks for the heads up, ALH is in consideration.
 
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