I have an r32 that will be converted to tdi power.
Here is my build so far:
Hone it Like You Own it...
Hi to all,
New to the Forum but have been watching this thread for some while now.
We recently built a Jetta R, taking a 2007 Jetta 2.0TFSI and putting a hot R engine in, completed its running 343 proven on the dyno. See video below.
The car is running TTRS front brakes with PFB discs and pads, KW V3 suspension, H&R front and rear roll bars, full decat Miltek 3" exhaust (turbo back), APR intake, MRC HP fuel pump, RS Fabrications fully bolted to welded base plates cage, MK 6 steering wheel, Passat LED touch screen NAV and US spec rear boot lid.
After being fed up of having little or no grip in the weather we are having I have decided to start the Synchro mission.
So, with the information here, the rear end of an S3, plenty of ETKA and Dealership help, we think this can be done.
Will also keep you informed and pictures.
Last edited by Varsity; 01-15-2012 at 11:58 AM.
Also doing this conversion on my Seat leon Cupra
Same Chassie as Golf GTI And S3 Engine from the beggining.
Now fully built engine and about to be AWD.
well i forgott to update and conversion was ready for 4 weeks ago..
got some snow yesterday and wanted to test little.. but taking it little easy as the car is painted a week ago and also rims newly powdercoated..
but heres a video
Last edited by RedWabbitVR; 05-26-2012 at 06:21 PM.
Maloshak, just to let you know:
As of today, 4 successful 4wd have been built on the mkv platform, on the 2.5l engine.
1 by unitronic and 3 were done with united motorsports. If you have any questions, contact them.
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if you check in my thread on Seatcupra.net
You can se exactly what is needed and also posted the Wiring for Haldex and fuellevelsender
i have a seat leon but it is based on the golf so same work and wiring
I have recently bought the Tiguan propshaft center bearing support. I will try to see if it will fit in next time the car is jacked. If I could use it, the only thing to fabricate would be exhaust...
I've been tracking this thread since I bought my brand new 2008 golf 5cyl.
Now I have had my 2010 TDi for 4 years now and I want to do this mod.
It's got 80k now so it is about time to void my warranty. lol
I noticed that my 6sp manual has screw holes for the transfercase (or whatever it is called).
I wonder if there were a little modding, can we use the origional tranny without replacing it?
Also Getting my car shipped to korea... so I have no limit on what modds I can do. lol
NO HOLDS BAR!
Just don't think I can bring it back to the states... especially since CA requires clean diesels. lol
Oh well, it is a 1way ticket for this car. I will get rid of it before I come back.
Maybe I will get the new VW truck here and try to take it back to the states if the states never sells them.
ANYWHOS... I WANNA DO THIS MOD!!!
W have 4motion golfs 6s and 7s but no stickshifts in this country.
not sure of the golf 5s
Wonder if I can find a wrecked one...
Wondering if the parts for the golf5 and 6 are simular.
(If it has already been covered, please refer me to the post page and number)
Oh... and BTW....
UPDATED PHOTOS!!!! I wanna see what you have done!
Did you figure out the gastank and the spare tire container?
korea doesnt use a sparetire... too dangerous. the insurance company justs tows your car to a shop.
So I guess I can crop mine.
cheap to do so over here i guess...
anyone have found a way to recode the haldex and abs module in manual transmission mode ...
im almost done with my awd swap in my mk6 gti everything is working out , but all the parts i used come from a audi a3 same years as my gti , the haldex are coded for a dsg transmission , the abs module was for 2wd so i used the a3 one but its also coded for a dsg transmission ... i contacted ross tech and they dont want to help me with this ... anyone have found how to do it ??
Been lightly researching this topic lately. Skimmed the first few pages on here. Anyone up to date on this topic that can give me a quick run through? Is it as easy as it appears to be at first glance? Rough end cost of conversion? I've got a 5 speed manual, want to convert to 6 speed AWD.