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Mk2 Golf GTi with Audi V6 BHE (R32) conversion


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£8500

 

Located in Shepherd's Bush, London

 

Mk2 Golf GTi with Audi V6 BHE (R32) conversion
Registered as a 3.2 on the V5
MOT 11 May 2019

Engine
    All Engine parts clean and prepped before install.
    Audi BHE 3.2 with Blue Silicone hose set.
    Corrado VR6 front subframe.
    Solid front engine mount.
    Emerald K6 ECU with custom map for the car running about 280bhp.
    Custom loom built and fitted along with ECU.
    Hydro dipped inlet manifold.
    Corrado VR6 Radiator and slim fans.
    Custom exhaust manifold, and full stainless Custom 2 tip box 2.5 inch exhaust System from style dynamics.

Transmission
    Reconditioned VR6 Gearbox and new clutch, good for about 160MPH.
    Corrado Hydraulic Pedal box.

Breaks
    Corrado VR6 Break disks and calipers front & rear.

Interior
    Mk3 Golf Dash & clocks.
    Boss steering wheel.
    Rainbow interior.
    Pioneer Head unit, Sub and Amp all installed professionally.
    Dash Cam also hard wired and installed at same time as stereo.

Exterior
    Rallye front end with HIDs from the Audi.
    Adjustable coilovers.
    Lenso Eagle 2 wheels, 7.5 Front & 8.5 Rear.

All the conversion work was done by Darren Francis at vwenterprise.co.uk
   http://www.vwenterprise.co.uk/portfolio/hans-mk2-r32/
   http://www.vwenterprise.co.uk/portfolio/hans-dash/

Since I have owned it I have had it serviced and had to replace:
    1 rear caliper.
    Clutch Master Cylinder.
    Drivers side electric window actuator.

Paint is in very good condition.
It had a few spots underneath welded and protected at the time of the conversion so there's no body rust.
Tires are all very good with loads of tread left.
Heater matrix all hooked up & working for the new dash.
All dash dials work.
Interior in good condition, no rips or tears.
Original books and first aid kit.
3 books of receipts.

Bad bits:
    If you don't drive it for over 2 weeks the battery will discharge so much that you'll need to jump it.
    I get around this by leaving it plugged into a battery conditioner when it's in the garage.
    The odometer doesn't record the distance traveled due to the conversion.
    

Also on Ebay here:
   http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-53481-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=183408328633&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229508&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111
    

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