Golf GTI 337 2002 For Sale
Up for sale is a beautiful Golf GTI 337. Equipped with a powerful yet gas
efficient 1.8T and 6 Speed transmission. ONLY 1500 Made for the US!
The GTI 25th Anniversary Edition was a special version of the Golf GTI, for
the European Market to commemorate the first Golf model, launched in 1976.
At the time of its launch, it wasn't confirmed whether Volkswagen was going
to sell this special edition model in the United States.
A year later, a similarly-equipped version of the GTI, called the GTI 337
Edition, was officially introduced at the New York Auto Show and made it to
dealers late May 2002 to the US & Canadian markets. The price of the GTI
337 was $22,225 in the U.S. and $32,900 in Canada. Only 1,500 units were
produced for the US market with an additional 250 for the Canadian
market. This model came painted exclusively in metallic Reflex Silver.
Both the GTI 25th anniversary and the 337 editions were equipped with many
extra features not included in the standard GTI. They included: 18x7.5" BBS
RC Wheels with special ball peen finish, perforated leather shift boot and
handbrake, red and black seat belts, Red and Black upholstered Recaro
seats, factory body kit (front valance, sideskirts, hatch spoiler, and rear
valance), 02M 6-speed manual transmission, larger front and rear brakes,
lowered sport tuned suspension, and brushed aluminum interior trim. These
models were never equipped with a sunroof as to take the car back to its
roots, the Mk1 GTI, and improve handling and performance.
VW Golf Jetta Mk4 Door Lock Module Removal
VW Golf Window Glass Removal
VW Golf Door Module Removal
VW Golf Window Motor & Mechanism Removal
VW Golf Door Strip Down
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Fully built SRT4: won't start after E85 unconversion (Boostaholics Episode 2)
http://www.Boostaholics.com - What
happens when you take a big turbo, E85
Dodge SRT-4 and try to convert it back to regular pump gas? It won't start,
plain and simple. Can we figure out what is wrong with this SRT4 and get it
back up and running again? If you know the SRT-4, they aren't vehicles that
like to cooperate. Do we have what it takes to train the savage SRT-4
beast? Watch episode two of Boostaholics and find out!
Previous "Boostaholics" episodes:
Pilot "2008 STi Dyno
Teaser "Picking up fully built Evo IX"
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Update!! 5/3/13: Solution has been presented and the car is cured. The
problem was camshaft position sensor needed to be adjusted, and one of the
injectors wasn't firing right. Also, FIC injectors have a 50% longer delay
time than most. While this wasn't the sole source of the issue, it did not
help. As of now, the car is up and running and 100% healthy!
SRT4 vs GTI 1.8T
I this video we show you our SRT4 driving arround town on a saturday night
looking for some Racing Activity, we found a VW GTI 1.8T...see what happens
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VW Golf Mk4 Window Regulator Replacement
How to remove the window regulator on a Volkswagen Golf MK4 or Similarly
aged Bora (or Jetta in the US).
The plastic guides that lift the glass had broke, they actually had snapped
as the inside of the door had quite a few fragments of them lying around,
it was cheaper to go to the scrapyard and buy a new regulator, it looks a
bit unwieldy a huge tin plate being attached to it whereas on other cars
the regulator is unbolted from the door, but thats just the way VW make it,
its not really much harder to remove once you know how to do it.
As for not removing the door latch mechanism, i didnt have the correct
spline bit for the bolts that hold the mechanism in place, i bought one of
the bits today to remove the seatbelt bolt, the bolts need spline S8 bits
to remove them. You can remove the mechanism to avoid breaking the plastic
part but its not really an important part.
Gti 337 Hitting 80 in 3rd
just wanted to see how fast i could get to 80...i was turning at the
beginning so i couldnt get a good start...plus, driving and taping isnt
exactly the easiest thing especially when your trying to drive hard.
007 diverter valve
cone air filter