I don't think you're going to find any others eyes as sharp as this site's on the internet in 2018. Consider the fact that engine specifications do not exist in a vacuum- we have to be seriously diligent with what measurement we consider most important.82bessieblue wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 1:16 pmThis is classic. I was going to write up a long response to this, but I will choose to take the high road and ignore it.
But I will not be denigrated. I'll find another source of info, thanks.
I have not yet seen a VW rod that does not fit in a VW crankshaft. Add to that, the radial clearance of the bearing and rod is one of THE most important engine measurements in any engine. We can't accept sloppy wording here, since our engines' lives depend on precision.
Let's strive to hit that precision with our work and descriptions so all our motoring years will be worry free. :)