Type: Posts; User: BumblebVR6
Oh ok. I was thinking they mounted under the stub axles for some reason. The bolt pattern and thickness didn't seem right :) Thanks.
Do you have any pictures of these installed on a car? Not sure I follow where the placement would be on the beam. Thanks.
Bump from the past!
I can imagine. It's boatloads of fun in my 1250kg mk3. Cheers.
I bet that's one fun ride James. Anything done to the motor?
I did a ported head and drc 268's. Previously ran the 262's on a stock head. Pretty noticeable.
Very true. Makes sense from the company standpoint. Should be a good addition to the other cam makers out there. Would like to see how they fare against some drc 268's.
After reading some more, you're probably right man. Just hate seeing graphs that aren't true whp. Makes no sense to post crap like that.
I have a set of Schrick 276's if anyone is interested.
I think they're claiming whp. According to the graph they posted. http://www.performancebyie.com/ie-12v-vr6-street-camshaft-set
Have you guys seen the claims from the new IE cams/software. 204hp/191tq on a stock head?? Doesn't add up.
Those look like oem replacement body plugs.
Here is what the Apikol mount looked like after I removed it. This is just a 1.8T A4 driven mostly by my wife. I'd hate to see what their mounts go...
Just ordered one. Hoping it doesn't fall apart in a few years like the Apikol I'm replacing :(
Hoping to have her back on the road soon
Ended up drilling and tapping to M10x1.5. Had a bunch of spare bolts in that size laying around. Torqued it to 18ft lbs and she held. Helps to have...
Yea that was another option Mike. It's not my daily anymore so I'm not in a bind too much. Going to try to re-tap the holes and if that doesn't work, I'll try the method you mentioned. Thanks for...