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Vaz 2103. Retro and tuning. Ukraine.
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nemez



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 7:43 am Post subject: Vaz 2103. Retro and tuning. Ukraine. Reply with quote

Vaz-2103. 1976.
Engine
2106, 1.8 82х84, Comp ratio - 11.53:1, the measured compression near 13 in each cylinder

* Cylinder diameter - 82 mm
* Crankshaft - 2130 ( 84 mm crank amplitude).
* pistons - avtramat 21213 (for Lada Niva 4x4)
* connecting rod - 21213
* oil and water pump - 2121 (Niva)
* oil pan - from Niva.
* timing chain - 2-row, stock.
* adjustable timing sprocket.
* Camshaft - Nuzhdin2, 289 grad phase, 11.5 lift
* "Pilot" authomatic tensioner.
* Total easement and balancing.
Сylinder head .
* intake and exhaust channels with enhanced diameter, 33 mm and 29 mm
* Stock valves, eased and Т - like
* intake and exhaust mainfolds are combined with corresponding channels.
The photo for today

intake system
* Carb - Solex 21073 (Niva), 25х27 atomizing cones in future,
* zero resistance air filter.
* electronic ignition

suspension
* auxilary front binder
* double front stub,

* auxilary rear stub (technomaster)..

* spars and interconnection are armed

* Shock absorbers - Bilstein B6 Gas
* Rear axle - 4.1 stock
* gear box - Fiat-like (From 1.9 diesel). 5-speed/.

Salon
* seats from BMW e32,including rear





Sound
* oval loudspeekers



* such a device

* blaupunkt amplifier

* subwoofer


* and the conventional radio. To remember the history ))


Wheels
*stock, restorred with whitewalls



Later I'll add more photos )))

Sorry for my terrible english, 'cause I'm not a native english speaker
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lalunette



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 7:57 am Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome to the forum.

Very, very, very nice ride !!!

I really like the whitewalls !!!

P.S. Your English is just fine.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 12:06 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

lalunette
thank you )) )

a brief report about the restoration of the wheel disks
an instrument for painting



The raw material. Utilized disks. Soviet ))


Just disks with removed paint






inside






painted with acrylic primer







The final paintwork.. Special wheel disk paint. The colour is like an original one







and some retro artefacts )))



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:00 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

Tell me... did you use a sandblasting machine to get the "rims" (correct North American English word for "wheel disks") so clean?

I did something similar with 4 used rims I bought last winter. The rims already had studded winter tires installed so I used a Dremel to remove as much rust as possible and then painted the wheels with bright red rust paint.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:17 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

I used the Angle Grinder with such a wire burush:

Angle Grinder has a frequency of rotation is twice more than the dremel, it's more fast and convenient.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 2:01 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

nemez wrote:
I used the Angle Grinder with such a wire brush:

Angle Grinder has a frequency of rotation is twice more than the dremel, it's more fast and convenient.


Wow, I've never seen such a wire brush... looks pretty efficient. Who makes it?

I've used an agle grinder with a zip wheel to cut through metal and/or grind through some serious rust... but never to refinish a wheel. Congrats to you !!
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 6:13 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

lalunette wrote:
nemez wrote:
I used the Angle Grinder with such a wire brush:

Angle Grinder has a frequency of rotation is twice more than the dremel, it's more fast and convenient.


Wow, I've never seen such a wire brush... looks pretty efficient. Who makes it?

I've used an angle grinder with a zip wheel to cut through metal and/or grind through some serious rust... but never to refinish a wheel. Congrats to you !!


That's a standard Knotted Wire Wheel. Available at Canadian tire in the grinder disc and accessory section. I used a Cup style Knotted wire wheel on my floor pans and some other sections. (Pay attention to the RPM ratings because some of the cheaper ones will have a lower recommended RPM than your grinder

*** when using these wheels Wear a heavy sweater and thick pants, Good gloves and at the least safety glasses (full face shield recommended) because it can and will throw bits of wire at you after some heavy use.***

These are also an excellent way of removing lots of flesh if you suffer a kickback so always use a grinder with side handle and keep a FIRM grip on your grinder.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 9:06 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

crb247 wrote:
lalunette wrote:
nemez wrote:
I used the Angle Grinder with such a wire brush:

Angle Grinder has a frequency of rotation is twice more than the dremel, it's more fast and convenient.


Wow, I've never seen such a wire brush... looks pretty efficient. Who makes it?

I've used an angle grinder with a zip wheel to cut through metal and/or grind through some serious rust... but never to refinish a wheel. Congrats to you !!


That's a standard Knotted Wire Wheel. Available at Canadian tire in the grinder disc and accessory section. I used a Cup style Knotted wire wheel on my floor pans and some other sections. (Pay attention to the RPM ratings because some of the cheaper ones will have a lower recommended RPM than your grinder

*** when using these wheels Wear a heavy sweater and thick pants, Good gloves and at the least safety glasses (full face shield recommended) because it can and will throw bits of wire at you after some heavy use.***

These are also an excellent way of removing lots of flesh if you suffer a kickback so always use a grinder with side handle and keep a FIRM grip on your grinder.


WOW, I guess you learn something new every day !!!

Thx for the info crb !!!
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 18, 2010 4:28 am Post subject: Reply with quote

also respirator is required because of paint dust ))
and sometimes the wire takes off from the wheel. It's a dangerous thing, the protective mask and special clothes is reqired.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 18, 2010 5:09 am Post subject: Reply with quote

And a post about the car's heart )) with a brief photo report
The cylinder block.
Actually the metal breakage.
Fastening of a housing clutch was broken off. Teases in all cylinders.
Was taken to increase the cylinder's diameter from 79 mm to 82

the clutch housing fastening:


and after the restoration

rods and pins

ski lifts


(the crankshaft fastening)
radical liners and liners for connecting rod


niva's oil pump

Crankcase oil pan. Niva


lay shaft

the clean block

and a simple photos

piston rings

the crankshaft 2130. A rare detail. The greatest diameter of a crank at a serial VAZ shafts. 84 mm. Using it, it's possible to build 1.8 engine

the block after the tuner

82 mm Niva's pistons


оh, the sport camshaft - Nuzhdin2 with enhanced phases and lift

The engine after assembly and a running in

the total run for today is over 30000
ps The engine can easily rotate 9.5 thousand RPM. At the second gear it's 115 km per hour (about 71 mph) ))))
the total geometry is 82x84, it produces 1.8L engine volume at this config
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 18, 2010 8:46 am Post subject: Reply with quote

Great job!!!!
I like your car!!!!! Very good thread full of information!!!!
You said about auxilary rear stub (technomaster)...
Could you post any photo about that????
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 18, 2010 9:37 am Post subject: Reply with quote

How much did the motor cost you to build?
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 18, 2010 10:10 am Post subject: Reply with quote

Ladouras
thank you


Application of the double front stabilizer in aggregate with the additional rear allows to achieve required steering characteristics (superfluous) that allows to get rid of such unpleasant moments as diagonal posting. The car for the speed is entered in turning movement with a meter panel parallel to the ground. Rear wheels don't slip, even without differential blocking.
wiki about wehicle steering characteristis
http://bit.ly/c9LRdK
http://bit.ly/8Zu4Ge
Lada in stock has understeering, stabilized lada (front and rear) has oversteeging

DaCarlson
It is unusual to count the money spent for pleasure - women and the car
Very Happy
The most expensive thing in the motor is the crankshaft - it was delivered directly from Togliatti )) It's price was 250 USD, while the price of crankshaft for 2101 or 2103 was about 30 USD.
Everything else - cheap, was bought at the price of a breakage. For example, the price of cylinder block was 12 USD.
It's difficult to calculate the total amount because of inflation Rolling Eyes
And a lot of time was spent with this engine ))
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 11:52 am Post subject: Reply with quote

Gotcha,

I would like to hear this engine run. Very interested in seeing a video.

Do you have the car on youtube.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:56 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

only the second gear run is available..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xteuKTkO498&feature=player_embedded#!
i tried to make a longer video, but the battery in the camera was discharged..
Second gear, 9.5 * 1K RPM, about 120 kmph
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