Mk1 Scirocco Engine Parts
Buy VW Scirocco Mk1 engine parts here!
VW Heritage aim to cover all your VW Scirocco Mk1 engine needs, whether it’s upgraded components for improved power, or just a replacement gasket. To buy parts online, you need just follow the links below, or read on for further information on our extensive range of Scirocco Mk1 Engine parts.
VW Scirocco Mk1 engines
The Scirocco Mk1 was sold with a range of inline four cylinder petrol engines. 1.1 & 1.3 litre "small block" engines and 1.5 & 1.6 and - for the US market - 1.7 litre "big block" engines.
Volkswagen Scirocco Mk1 Engine Parts
A range of Scirocco Mk1 engine parts could including cams,oil pumps, head gaskets and sumps. As well as a full range of stock parts – both genuine VW and quality reproduction – we also offer a huge selection of performance and dress-up parts from brands such as Piper Cams, Vibratechnics, Bugpack, Samco & EMPI. And remember, if you have a query about any of the Volkswagen Scirocco Mk1 engine parts we stock – or if you can’t find the part you require – just click on the ‘live chat’ button or call our sales team on 01273 444 000 at any time during UK business hours.
The G's Cont.
The Rallye Golf was as it's name would suggest, VWs 4x4 Rally special, built by VW Motorsport in Belgium, it utilized a US spec body shell, a syncro drive train, pioneered by VW on the 1986 Golf Syncro and a slightly different variant of the G60 1781cc PG motor, this was due to the FIA rally regulations enforces rules on force induced cars, and the multiplier effect of the Supercharger on the engine capacity, as a result the new engine was coded 1H and was 1763cc, otherwise nigh on identical to the PG. The same couldn't be said for the Rallyes looks, big Audi Quattro style box arches had been grafted on, resulting in new bumpers, which in turn led to the Rallye's distinctive front end, featuring 2 rectangular "projector" style DE lenses as opposed to the familiar "twin-rounds" of the GTI. The Rallye's motorsport career was effectively stopped before it was started when the FIA introduced rules that effectively rendered the VW completely uncompetitive.
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