Type: Posts; User: MightyDSM
Doubt it's anything with fuel, otherwise you'd notice it when accelerating.
Check the PCV, make sure you didn't crack that flexible plastic hose when you were removing it.
Holy crap...1500 miles? I wonder if it wasn't getting enough oil or something?
Used it on my previous 1.8t and now on 2.0t. No complaints.
What's your thought process here? Why would you think you need a new flywheel and not even think about an upgraded clutch? :laugh:
To answer your question: NO, unless you live your life 1/4 mile...
Most likely that or a small vacuum leak somewhere.
You can find used K03 turbos in classifieds from $150 - 300
I only have one question for you: You've joined VWVortex in 2009...did you seriously never see a thread talking/reminding people to check the cam follower?
As for the valve cover, I'd...
Find a mad scientist and have him rip apart the block and replace the piston rings you fried :laugh:
But no seriously, find a different shop. I bet you can get new rings installed on all pistons...
To be honest, I doubt you have a leak there. The pipe that goes there, goes in much further than that spot. My guess would be the noise-pipe delete...you might have not tightened something. Did...
To relocate the DV to another spot from where it is currently
He meant how far you put the filter on the pipe...don't cut it lol
I have a K&N typhoon pipe (pretty much same as P-flo) with AEM filter and I love the noise. When I was on dyno, people were like...
If it only has Stg 2 software, then there's nothing else to switch to using the cruise control stalk.
But yeah...just give them a call.
1) check the oil level make sure there's enough - add if needed
2) drive the car until the "change oil" or whatever it's called indicator comes on
3) change oil
Not unless you're also installing spacers.
Is it only happening at certain speed/RPM?
Looking for either APR HPFP or one that was rebuilt by APR.
Let me know what you have.
When you drive a GTI you gotta pack some protection...you can only resist females for so long.
No waaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh pssssshhhhhhhh blow off sound on Si :D