‘Technical Study’ Archive

TECHNICAL STUDY: CRANKSHAFT FLANGE AND #4 MAIN BEARING

The engine study in 1968 revealed that the three main bearing VW crankshaft design was not suitable for the larger displacement  engine project. In order to deal with the high stress created by the torsional and gyroscopic forces, a four main bearing crankshaft would be required. The design also had to eventually include the installation of [...]

TECHNICAL STUDY: REVFLOW INJECTOR CARBURETOR

Revmaster has been manufacturing the RevFlow series injector carburetor since 1981. The major components of the RevFlow are precision die cast, not machined from bar stock. The die casting process allows for many intricate features to be cast in, thus reducing manufacturing costs. The injector unit incorporates a once-patented variable jet for fuel metering and [...]