VW Golf MKIII 2.0 ABA w/ TT Cam, Chip and Magnaflow Exhaust
VW Golf MKIII, 2.0 8v ABA 5spd. TT 266 (270) Cam, TT Cam Chip, VR6
injectors, Custom Ported TB, Magnaflow cat-back Exhaust and BFI .5 stage mounts. This is a cold
start with a couple rev's. The car's chip doesn't settle the rev's until
about 30 seconds of running so there is a pretty nice lope to the engine
during this time. The cat's shield is loose, that's what you hear rattling.
mk2 gti 276 cam
Just put my cam on my mk2 gti. 276 schrick, w\ tt race header straight to a
borla muffler. Idle at around 850 rpm's
VW MkIII Golf GTI 2.0l 8v ABA Neuspeed Supercharged 20-100mph
'97 VW GTI 2.0l 8v with Neuspeed Supercharger @ ~6psi non-intercooled.
This is my daily driver, not my track car.
If I wanted fast[er] (relatively speaking), I would've turboed it.
Instead, I went with a reliable, roots-type blower from Neuspeed.
It's non-intercooled (hence, low-Boost application) and I installed in on
Saturday afternoon with a 6-pack of beer.
Can't beat that!
2.0 liter, 2-valves per cylinder, single cam, ABA engine.
Neuspeed roots-type Supercharger,
non-intercooled @ 6psi.
Other mods include:
260/256 cam, lightweight valvetrain, TT Exhaust, lightweight stock diameter crank pulley
(custom billet- made by a VW friend of mine). that's it for mods that
effect power output.
1988 VW Fox Wagon, (2.0 8V ABA, CIS)
I sold my '85 Skylark and found this really neat little '88 Fox for a
commuter. Just about everything is covered in the video. I always end up
with bad video clip organization, so feel free to ask questions. I am new
to Volkswagens, and am still learning, so be easy folks!
1997 MK3 Golf GTI - 2.0 8v ABA
This is just a test with the new clutch. Accelerating from 0-100 km/h and
more with light acceleration/shifting. 1 Passenger in the car with me
2.0 8v - 115hp/122tq
270 000KMs - Mobil1 5w30 EP Synthetic motor oil
Valvoline Redline Synthetic Trans. oil
100% STOCK CAR
0-100 time in this video 8.9seconds
Rolling on winter tires in this video.
0-100km/h after cam
made 152 rwkw.
very poor effort.
pacemaker competition extractors.
twin 2.5" hollowed cats.
single 3" to rear only 1 muffler.
crane 276 cam.
B&M stage 2 shift kit.
VW Jetta Tarmac Long run.
12.1 Mile run. 35 degrees outside. Kumho Ecsta AST's 195/50/15. Not the
best tires, but its winter and they are better in the cold. Not even close
to the limit even with those tires.
1997 VW jetta 8 valve OBD1 motor and head. 260 cam, ported intake manifolds
and TB, velocity stack for this run, 8LB flywheel, 16V clutch and pressure
plate, Full SS Exhaust, High flow cat,
TT downpipe, MK4 Manifold. Koni Yellows, FK springs, Poly bushings all
around, G60 HD strut mounts, Neuspeed 28 mm RSB Neuspeed 25mm FSB, upper
strut brace, rear upper strut brace, WRD lower front strut brace, Corrado
G60 11.1" Front brakes, Powerslot Cryo treated rotors all around, SS Brake
lines, Hawk HPS Pads all around.
Cammed Straight Pipe Gti VR6
VR6, stock bottom end with a built head. TT276 cams, HD valve springs,
light weight valves, titanium retainers/keepers, mild street port and
polish. ARP head studs. cold air intake and a 2 1/2in straight pipe coming
from a crappy OBX header. Tuned by ForceFed Engineering. Peloquin
differential and Clutchmasters fx300 clutch. in person it sounded insane,
but my shitty camera makes it sound different at idle. pretty fun quick
car. more videos linked below...
7200rpm shift :)