deal on the hole kit?
Quote, originally posted by 03gli401k » deal on the hole kit?
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Quote, originally posted by c0ntract_thrilla » how much bigger are those highflow valves compared to the OEM ones?
They are R32 sized which are approx 2mm larger than the OEM 2.8 24V valves.
Quote, originally posted by NastyBrown » I have got a set of these. to INA. Great to do business with as always.
glad it worked out bro.
There still seems to be some argument about the studs being long enough. I'm building a 24v so I took the time to take some pictures. These images show studs bottomed out in block with head installed. There is NO head spacer installed but there is enough room for any spacer on the market.
Sorry for the red assembly lube. I was multitasking... cams were next!
Modified by Tech@INA at 8:35 PM 7-2-2009
Quote, originally posted by 03gli401k » just placed my order
Do the valvetrain components let you rev higher than the stock valvetrain?
2008 VW R32 #587
Gone: 2002.5 VW GTI 24v VR6 - 180k+ miles
*My other car is a 1985 Chevy C10* 305 Bowtie Overdrives 700r4 3.08 - Ssslllooowww but sexy!
Quote, originally posted by apstguy » Do the valvetrain components let you rev higher than the stock valvetrain?
Yes they do
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I have a set of TT cams and uni chip in my 2.8 24v. I have a few questions about purchasing the head studs, valve springs and retainers:
What are the install procedures?
In reference to software, what would i have to do to be able to rev to 8300rpm?
Would my head have to go to a machine shop?
My deciding factor for purchasing are two things:
Whether I can do this in my garage with minimal downtime and weather I need to spend too much money outside of the price of normal stuff...i.e, gaskets, adhesives....etc.