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  1. 3 points
    markandnikki

    hello from saffron walden

    I am now back on the road, thanks to bennyk for some of the bits I needed and a trip to Stevens vw dismantlers in chelmsford for the rest. I have managed to do a few miles and am loving the car, I will post some photos when I work out how to but it is a very unexciting standard vr6 and I intend to keep it that way. I have removed the wife's driving privileges until further notice.
  2. 2 points
    Russvrt

    Corrado Vr6 Turbo

    Couldn't live with the red so have gone gloss black,ancilerys will be sprayed satin black with dbp racked,inlet and boost pipes.. How it used to look
  3. 1 point
    matty1990vr6

    New vr mods

    Hi I've owned 2 vr previous and now I'm itching to get another. My plan is to find a cheapest 3dr and rebuild the engine, renew all the suspension parts, coil overs, bigger brakes etc then eventually TURBO!! I've just recently bought a new house with plenty garden for a' PROJECT' well that's what I keep telling our lass, and so far she's okay with it Now engine mods! I can't afford to buy a load of turbo parts and fit them, or even go straight to stealth. My plan is to rebuild the engine, and add 263 cams, and a few smaller mods ready to turbo at a later date So 1st question What sort of power can be achieved without a turbo? I.e cams, 3" stainless with 6 branch, cold air feed, and a remap? 2nd question Will 263 cams, be okay on a naturally aspirated engine then be okay when I decide to turbo? I'm assuming 263 are the choice of cams for people 3. Anything else to consider? I will be rebuilding the engine inc new seals, gaskets everything. I only plan on re using the pistons valves etc as even when I do turbo, I'm only after about 350bhp I will put arp studs and bolts also. I haven't bought a car yet, as I have things to prepare for first, just wanting to get an idea. Thanks
  4. 1 point
    cactusjackslade

    New vr mods

    The sp 263 cams were originally designed for use in turbo applications. People started fitting them to naturally aspirated engines and found they were great there also. I had sp 263 cams n/a and produced 206 bhp with map. The engine felt more Torquay and revved up much quicker. Was a great mod. I have recently gone turbo and can confirm they perform excellently now also. 263's are the ones to go for.
  5. 1 point
    Russvrt

    Corrado Vr6 Turbo

  6. 1 point
    Come on guys this all goes back to supporting your club
  7. 1 point
    markandnikki

    hello from saffron walden

    Hi all, we have just bought ourselves a 1994 vr6 which we will be picking up this weekend, hopefully photos will then follow. Had originally been looking for a v6 4motion but couldn't resist this one when we saw it.
  8. 1 point
    Cooz93

    Rear brake line pic request

    Third post down..http://www.clubgti.com/showthread.php?212118-mk2-brake-compensator-adjusting
  9. 1 point
    Cooz93

    Rear brake line pic request

    That's exactly what I needed mate. Much appreciated!! I would definitely have a look at the compensator if you've lowered your car. Unsure how to go about it as I haven't set mine up yet but will look into it and see what I can find out:) thanks again!
  10. 1 point
    Mk3highline

    VR6 Power Possible Issue

    You say forced induction you mean turbo or supercharger? Or induction kit?
  11. 1 point
    Russvrt

    Corrado Vr6 Turbo

    Bit more cleaning and painting,
  12. 1 point
    MJ Vr6

    VR6 Power Possible Issue

    How big is the Custom Exhaust set up on your car? To find out if its the MAF, disconnect it, start it, drive it.. See if theres any difference..
  13. 1 point
    could it be this one? save yourself £3k and get this one http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VW-Golf-Vr6-Highline-Auto-Black-with-full-Black-Heated-Leather-only-95k-FSH-/271859608834?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3f4c186d02 i am in no way affiliated with this sale.......
  14. 1 point
    Bealieboy

    Vr6oc South East section 2nd meet.

    Coz you ran over a pheasant in front of me and trashed both the cars behind you! [emoji23]
  15. 1 point
    CALICO

    Hello from southeast

    Welcome to the forum, nice looking mk2 I think you find you might be in the south west not south east
  16. 1 point
    CALICO

    Vr6oc South East section 2nd meet.

    How did they manage to crash into fork lift truck?
  17. 1 point
    HopefulVr6

    Fat Golf!

    All Mk3s and Mk4s are fat, thats why we love them innit.
  18. 1 point
    bennyk

    hello from saffron walden

    I'll take £10 for the bumper support, I've pm'd you mate.
  19. 1 point
    Bealieboy

    VR6 Info

    I think Rados were all obd1, the early ones had distributor and the later ones had a coil pack, there may have been other minor differences but it beyond my puny knowledge if there were. Engine code will be abv and most parts would be generic between early and late.
  20. 1 point
    Ickyketseddie

    Fat Golf!

    Is it a road car too? Do you have a cage? I've cut the door skins out, removed everything pretty much that's not a drivers seat, removed all the sound deadending (fun job) and gone lexan windows. Cutting the spare wheel well out and replacing with a ally sheet is supposed to be good for 20kg too which is on my to do list. Depends how far you want to go with it. Obviously you can always look at carbon parts too. HTH
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