VW Mk3 8v; Techtonics dynomax exhaust, Autotec 270 cam, Black Forest stg:2 PEM, ARP Studs
What's UP! VDUB, .. all my VW people, show some love!! This is my dailey driver, and instead of the popular VR6 swap or the MUST DO 16v swap, I decided to stick with the 8v and plan on making 300hp turbo later! But first things first: to get some power now, I BEEFed up the TOP END: Mk2 8v ABA Head swap w/dual valve springs: - 4 Angle valve job - Port and Polish job - Milled and deck: little higher than 10:1 - Resurfaced and High Temp. Coated all around AUTOTEC 270 cam SPA turbo: adjustable cam gear: set at 0 degree, currently ARP Head studs: non-undercut VICTOR REINZ: MLS metal head gasket and gasket kit BLACKFORESTINDUSTRIES: STage 2 PEM chip: for 270 cam TECHTONICS: 2" INCH RACE downpipe: it deletes the cat TECHTONICS: 2.25 catback: Dynomax 8V PULLEY SET Bosch plugs w/ OEM wires/ Castrol Syntec oil: EDGE ROKKOR COILOVERS: (which i would give 2.5 out of 5; I WANT TO TRY FK's) BFI Stage .5 Engin mount Kit: OWNED/NOT YET INSTALLED 176 Degree Thermostat: OWNED/NOT YET INSTALLED New OEM+ clutch: OWNED/NOT YET INSTALLED After graduating and new job, want to get rims, interior, and STG 3 turbo kit THANKS!: ECS tuning, NGP Racing, MJMautohaus, Black Forest, & Techtonics! http://www.designengineering.com/spaturbo
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Vw caddy 2.0L 8 valve - crossflow head with 288 stk cam
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.
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! Specs: 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.