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    Lukey. got a reaction from gianlucavolt in LET THE MODS BEGIN!   
    doesnt your engine getting more powerful and free-er at high mileage means that its near wearing out?
    Dont know why you say you wouldnt be insterested in schrick as the easiest most cost effective way to get a power increase with NA is schrick VGI, schrick 268 cams and remap, filter and exhaust etc compliment this but those 3 are where your easy increases are.
    BMC CDA is the daddy of CAIs and they pop up all the time on ebay, i got mine for 50 quid
    I have read that SS manifold is only really for sound on NA as they only come into benefit with a supercharger, however true that may be. General consensus is milltek is top, there are graphs that state jetex are best for power.
    Eibach do an ARB kit for the VR6
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    Lukey. got a reaction from VR6Pete in Show us your garages!   
    Heres mine
    I dont have one
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    Lukey. got a reaction from The Duke in Lookie what I saw parked up   
    Today I saw this, totally awesome


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    Lukey. got a reaction from oliver cox in Lookie what I saw parked up   
    saw these 2 the other day, the phantom was actually super pearly it looked really good
     

     

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    Lukey. got a reaction from oliver cox in Dangerous driving   
    I think hardly anyone drives with the due care and attention they should, we've just been out on about a 35 mile round trip and encountered at least 4 cars being driven by nobs. AND WHY DO PEOPLE THINK THAT BRAKING IN THE LAST 2 YARDS UP TO A JUNCTION IS ACCEPTABLE!?!?!?!?!!!???!!!?!????!??!!!
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    Lukey. got a reaction from ibs in Mk1 Vr6 update   
    Do you want some engine with your air filter lol
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    Lukey. got a reaction from Bealieboy in Badly dented sill   
    Haha pedant
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    Lukey. reacted to nedvrt in My Mk1 vrt 4wd build thread   



    It got a lot of good attention at the show but was ear wigging so Ino where to make changes but to be fair all the kids my age so early 20s we're hating on it quite abit prob just jealousy to be fair and because it wasent clean and dumped on air ride and I wanted to say I don't think UNO how much effort I've put into this lol but hey haha the older generation loved it tho and gave me a lot of feed back witch made me smile n seem all worth it just can't wait to drive it
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    Lukey. got a reaction from Bealieboy in Badly dented sill   
    Haha pedant
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    Lukey. got a reaction from Bealieboy in Pete's OBD2 Corrado VR6 - On The Road   
    I did the Italian method lol
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    Lukey. got a reaction from Bealieboy in Pete's OBD2 Corrado VR6 - On The Road   
    I did the Italian method lol
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    Lukey. got a reaction from VR6Pete in Pete's OBD2 Corrado VR6 - On The Road   
    1800? It should have been run in at like 200 no?
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    Lukey. got a reaction from dom.joy in Oil cooler seal   
    both the front and back oil cooler seals can be replaced
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    Lukey. got a reaction from Swivelonit in Reduce Clutch travel   
    Get a new clutch
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    Lukey. got a reaction from D11PS in Heater Matrix Replacement   
    You can get a much cheaper one, about 10% of the price, but I heard bad things about cheap heater matrices so went genuine as I didn't want to do it twice. Just did the heater matrix on my A3 8P that was £180 but at least not a dash out job, just a glovebox out and a lot in job.
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    Lukey. got a reaction from Nazza27 in Nazzas VR6 Golf...Phase one.   
    Yes single and double row
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    Lukey. got a reaction from daveyboy in rebuilding engine...help needed.   
    Victor reinz headgasket, elring for head bolts and crank seal, genuine for chains guides and tensioners. Genuine is more money but the timing system is the most critical part of the whole thing so it's worth the extra
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    Lukey. got a reaction from MJ Vr6 in That annoying diaphragm breather thing   
    If your going for a catch can you could just put another hose to the throttle body hose and have it sealed properly
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    Lukey. got a reaction from isobarboy in My Black Magic VR6   
    Just renewed my membership so I can get the guide to taking the dash out.
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    Lukey. got a reaction from OurVR6 in My Black Magic VR6   
    Well, our journey has come to an end, the new owner picked the VR up today, hated to see it go but loved listening to it leave.
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    Lukey. got a reaction from daveyboy in rebuilding engine...help needed.   
    Victor reinz headgasket, elring for head bolts and crank seal, genuine for chains guides and tensioners. Genuine is more money but the timing system is the most critical part of the whole thing so it's worth the extra
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    Lukey. got a reaction from isobarboy in That annoying diaphragm breather thing   
    It's supposed to be a closed system that recirculates the air from the crankcase, as the maf has already accounted for it in the Ecu fuelling calculations etc.
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    Lukey. got a reaction from six appeal in Reconditioning VR6 12v head and which Head Gasket?   
    The advantage is half a point more cimpression
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    Lukey. got a reaction from bennyk in 96 vr6 1st ever project build thread,   
    Didn't know about them when I was tired of mine slipping and sliding, nicer looking than that anti slip mat you get from home bargains that I used
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    Lukey. got a reaction from c00k in changing lower arms on the golf mk3 vr6? easy or a pig of a job?   
    The easiest is unbolt the rear engine mount ten jack the sump up with a wood block under it for protection. The arms themselves are a piece of piss, the most grief you'll probably get is the bush bolts are probably welded up with corrosion.
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