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      Are you seeing 10 PSI of boost at redline?

      Are you seeing 10 PSI of boost at redline?
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      Greetings. You might get better results if you...

      Greetings. You might get better results if you posted your question in the <a href="http://forums.vwvortex.com/forumdisplay.php?12-Car-Audio-and-Electronics">Car Audio and Electronics Forum</a>.
    3. http://www.1stvwparts.com/ is usually a good...

      http://www.1stvwparts.com/ is usually a good source for OEM parts.
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      Hello. Doesn't the Stage 1 VF kit produce 6 PSI...

      Hello. Doesn't the Stage 1 VF kit produce 6 PSI of boost and not 8? In any case, you'll see maximum boost right at redline, in case you're not letting the engine rev that high.
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      Have you disconnected the battery recently? That...

      Have you disconnected the battery recently? That would have reset all of the readiness bits.
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      Your MAF sensor might be faulty.

      Your MAF sensor might be faulty.
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      The Mk4 R32 suspension is pretty different from...

      The Mk4 R32 suspension is pretty different from the FWD Mk4 suspension, so I'd say "no".
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      Read

      Read <a href="http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4761622-How-to-build-a-relatively-inexpensive-reliable-powerful-Vr6">this thread</a> and learn how to use the forum's search function (the link...
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      Mk3s have a test nipple on the thick hose coming...

      Mk3s have a test nipple on the thick hose coming from the top of the brake booster.
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      Replacing the timing chain runs about $1,000. If...

      Replacing the timing chain runs about $1,000. If you decide to have the work done, you should at least replace your clutch at the same time to amortize the labor of dropping the transmission.
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      Nice. :thumbup:

      Nice. :thumbup:
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      If you use the forum's Search function (the link...

      If you use the forum's Search function (the link near the upper right of the page) to search thread titles in this forum for "Buying", you'll find threads like <a...
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      Do you mean like the stock auxiliary coolant pump?

      Do you mean like the stock auxiliary coolant pump?
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      Yeah, when you remove/disable the VGi manifold's...

      Yeah, when you remove/disable the VGi manifold's flapper, you're left with a manifold whose torque curve is shifted way towards the bottom end of the rev band compared to the stock intake manifold. ...
    15. No. A bad coilpack will give spark most of the...

      No. A bad coilpack will give spark most of the time. Unfortunately, the only true way to rule out a bad coilpack is to swap in a known good one and see whether the misfire goes away.
    16. Just FYI, if I click on the link, then enter the...

      Just FYI, if I click on the link, then enter the information for a Mk4 R32, your products search returns "no matches found".
    17. It shouldn't matter since the sensor doesn't...

      It shouldn't matter since the sensor doesn't consume any power.
    18. Assuming that you're talking about the engine...

      Assuming that you're talking about the engine coolant temperature sensor that plugs into the thermostat housing, the sensor has no power or ground. It's just a variable resistor whose resistance...
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      As mentioned above, make sure you warm the new...

      As mentioned above, make sure you warm the new gasket up until it's nice and soft, then it will easily slide over the base of the antenna.
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      Yes it will.

      Yes it will.
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