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MK2 1991 VW Jetta GTX Stainless TT Catback Exhaust w/ Borla muffler.

Rainy night after taking some photos, on my way home snuck into an underground and filmed this. Only because before I had my Exhaust I had looked for some videos like the one im posting now. Full Stainless TT Cat back Exhaust with Borla muffler and 3" tip. I love this Exhaust and recommend this to anyone.


 


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1991 Jetta ECOdiesel Redneck Bodyshop
The 1991 VW Jetta ECOdiesel was parked on the street in front of my house. A 17 year old driving Mom's Mazda MPV crashed into the Jetta, totaling it. The driver claimed she was swatting at a bee in the car. The Jetta has 429,466 miles. The rear window is broken out, and neither door on the driver's side would open. The sheet metal also prevented the rear tire from turning. We fix some of these problems in this video. It's now possible to move the car and the drivers door opens and closes.





Mk2 Volkswagen Jetta 8v Wannabe Racecar Walkaround /Idle Sound
I bought this car in stock condition with 160k miles in April 2000, and this is the car in September 2014 with 243k. It was a daily driver until June 2005 when the current suspension/wheel/brake setup was fitted, at witch point it became a garaged summer car not driven in the rain or salt since. It's a 1992 Jetta GL, originally with a RV engine and AUG transmission. The original unibody rusted out and in 2002 I bought a rust-free 91 Jetta, cleaned it up, and swapped all the guts over during a long weekend in 2003, and junked the original bodyshell. It drives and handles great. It's loud inside and visceral, you can feel everything, has great engine response, and is utterly reliable. This car has had numerous stock parts replaced over the years, too much to mention. Always using quality fluids like Mobil1, Redline gear oil, Redline CV-2 Axle/Bearing grease, Lubro-Moly additives, and ATE Super Blue brake fluid. Always using paints like POR-15, Eastwood, Rust-o-leum, G2 caliper paint, SEM self etching primer. Griot's detailing products have also brought my chalkboard paint and trim back a lot. I keep it covered in the garage and I cover it at work so It doesn't bake out in the sun all day Drivetrain: -Original Digifant II engine management with BMW 535/735 Airflow Sensor and TT custom ECU chip -Original short block, Personally rebuilt P+P head with Techtonics 268 cam/adjustable sprocket, 3 angle valve job, Open breather with catch can, Low temp thermostat and fan switch, ABA oil pump, windage tray, Mobil1 oil -Dual outlet manifold/downpipe, Mk3 cat, Techtonics stainless cat-back with 2nd resonator and Borla straight thru muffler, Flat Ubolt clamps, Chain reinforced hangers. -DFQ Transmission from 97 Jetta, 16v clutch, 8lb Eurospec Sport flywheel, Peloquin 80% "poor man's posi" diff upgrade, TT short shifter, weighted shift rod, Redline MTL oil -VF Engineering poly/aluminum trans mount, Bahn Brenner solid aluminum front mount, Many broken front mount brackets over the years, OEM rubber rear mount with Prothane insert. -A/C and power steering removed, Custom alternator bracket, pulley, and belt Running Gear: -Manual steering rack swap, Federal Mogul rack, Prothane bushings -Front stabilizer bar removed to reduce understeer -H&R Coilovers for Corrado G60 -VR6 Strut bearings -Prothane bushings for control arms, rear strut mounts, and rear axle beam -Eurosport front and rear strut braces -Corrado G60 22mm Master Cylinder -Corrado G60 280mm front brakes -Rear 226mm disc brake conversion with Mk4 aluminum calipers -Centric Power Slot rotors and Posi-Quiet Metallic pads -Stainless braided hoses H&R Trak+ wheel spacers, 15mm front and 8mm rear to clear suspension -15x7 Rota Slipstream knockoffs called Flik Blasts, really light too and still not bent. -195/50/15 Toyo R1R tires Body/Electrical: -Smoked Aero E-Code Headlights, Aftermarket front bumper lights, Tint sprayed and clear coated tail lamps and front markers -G60 Front arches, liberal wheel clearancing front and back -Early style 7 bar grille, quick release front bumper cover -Battery replaced with Odyssey PC625 SLA dry cell and relocated behind parking brake lever with custom bracket -Audi TT Power distribution/fuse block with bosch headlight relays and custom radiator fan wiring for non A/C -Dashboard shell is wired with distribution blocks for constant, ignition switched, and blower knob switched power, as well as multible grounding terminals -Hardwired for Valentine One or some other modern radar detectors Interior: -HVAC system/box completely removed, bare firewall, heater hoses looped with custom stainless pipe -Helios GLI Recaro seats -Early 3 point seat belt conversion -Schroth 3 point driver's harness with fabricated brackets -Rallye-Wink 5 panel rear view mirror -Rabbit GTI shift knob -VDO Series 1 gauges for Oil pressure at the filter flange and the head, Voltage, Vacuum, and the water temp gauge used as oil temp -All sound deadening/insulation removed, trim/headliner removed, rear seat brace removed, random other dead weight reduction, is 2030lbs without driver and 1/4 tank





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