goehmler
Does anyone have or know where to get a picture of the EGR valve set-up on the mid to late '70's supers?? Particularly, the section under the engine tin (near the muffler) that usually (like mine) rusts out.


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Wayne
Here's a picture of the EGR filter like on my 75 Super  http://www2.cip1.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=VWC%2D043%2D131%2D617%2DB&Click=30260

The filter is off of the muffler and the tube runs up towards the engine compartment. From there that silver tube goes up to the valve. I have the system disconnected on my SB.




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olspeed
Daaang Wayne...That looks more complicated than under the hood of a late model Ford! LOL  Just kidding I must say that up here I have NEVER seen one that is THAT complete.
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68autobug
Yes, I agree...
 
I've never seen a beetle engine compartment so full of things... 
 
Is that an oxygen sensor in the Muffler?
 
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Wayne

Thanks. I tried to keep it as stock as possible. I left all of the EGR pipes intact even though they are disconnected. The condenser is there but the wire is snipped as I am running a Pertronix ignition. Since this Beetle has the factory FI it does use an O2 sensor of sorts.

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SuperCool
I can say with absolute certainty  that my engine will never look that good
!WOW!
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