2002 VW GTI VR6 2006 MINI Cooper S 2006 Honda Civic Si
2002 VW GTI VR6 with Borla Exhaust,
stock MINI Cooper S, stock Honda Civic Si. Sorry about the error on the
MINI's title, some stupid woman driver was distracting me. Due to the fact
that someone was actually going the speed limit, we did not go very fast.
Listen for my small burnout at takeoff, it was unintentional. More Videos
VR6 Magnaflow Exhaust
MKIV GTI VR6 (12v) -- Magnaflow downpipes & high flow cat mated to a non
resonated Magnaflow catback.
Also fitted; Carbonio Intake. Fly by @ 2:20.
VW GTI with 800hp mid-engine V6 turbo
Featured in the December 2010 issue of eurotuner magazine, check out this
incredible Golf GTI from 034Motorsport in Fremont, CA. It features a
mid-mounted single-turbo Audi S4 2.7T V6
with custom chargecooler and subframe plus Porsche rear end, Porsche
suspension and brakes all round. It also has a custom widebody for the
Porsche wheels. Dyno
runs have seen power in excess of 800hp. Read the full story in the
December issue or check out www.eurotuner.com
This car will also compete in the 2010 eurotuner GP, which will appear in
the February 2011 issue of eurotuner, and video will be available here at
www.youtube.com/eurotuner or at www.eurotuner.com
Drivetrain issues on 2002 Volkswagen GTI
Overview of the drivetrain/transmission issues I have been experiencing
with my 2002 Volkswagen GTI. The car has 115k miles on the clock.
The car has no engine modifications, all suspension modifications. Noises
started a couple months ago.
- Whirring noise while coasting in gear after accelerating.
- Whirring noise when throttle right below 'acceleration point' when in
- Grinding noise when taking turns at low speed (such as U-Turns).
- Grinding noise when turning right even when accelerating.
2002 Volkswagen GTI, 5 Speed. 12V VR6 with 115k miles.
2002 Volkswagen VW Golf GTI
Here's the car I'm selling.
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.