So I bought used VR6 turbo parts from here and there and this is the outcome. IC and turbo pipes from C2 Mototrsports, Eip turbo downpipe and manifold, turbonetics TO4E set up for a ATP turbo kit, C2Motorsports stage 2 fueling kit, used Bosch green tops, new walbro 255lph in line pump, New AEM tru Boost and air/fuel gauges. Stock cat and used 2.25" Exhaust. used blitz BOV re routed with a crome vacuum cleaner pipe and random coolant hoses. No trans mods and stock head gasket and bolts.
Bilstein PSS coils, RH AD cup wheels
BOSS VR turbo - the story so far
Mk2 VR6 turbo, running on 370cc
injectors, still not yet currently mapped to it's full road going potential
- but it still makes for a pretty thrilling drive none the less!! More
tuning a parts in the pipeline - next on the list six speed gearbox with
limited slip differential, billet steel custom drive shafts and much
more........ coments welcome!
VW Golf MK3 VR6 2.8 - HOW to get out when stuck in MUD
PLEASE READ FULL DESCRIPTION BEFORE JUDGING
Was driving on a small dirt road when I realized it was a dead end.
Tried to turn around in a mud/grass field but then got stuck..
Just got back from the gym, those are NOT my normal street clothes!
PS: Before commenting remember this video is already over 5 years old :)
Mein vr6 turbo noch mit 0,7 bar
ladedruck.... Weitere Videos folgen...
How to Turbo - Part 1
After buying a Euro car last episode, Marty discovers he has not yet found
his perfect vehicle... In this extended episode, we reveal what he got, and
show how to make it faster.
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