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    Thread: MK4/MKIV 2.0L 8v AEG/AZG -> 16v head swap

    1. 08-09-2012 12:48 PM #211
      do you think i could use 2002 1.8t fuel injectors.. i have some laying around from an audi i parted out and there real clean

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      08-09-2012 03:03 PM #212
      you'll need injector seat extensions, the right connectors (if you are using a AZG+ harness), and your software will need to be programed for them.

    3. 08-09-2012 04:26 PM #213
      so what fuel injectors do you recommend i use

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      09-07-2012 08:39 AM #214
      I was thinking about doing this to my 8v BEV, would that be any different? harder? easier?

    5. 12-10-2012 06:45 PM #215
      Just saw this for the first time. Very nice build man.

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      12-10-2012 08:14 PM #216
      Quote Originally Posted by petreeman1000 View Post
      I was thinking about doing this to my 8v BEV, would that be any different? harder? easier?
      late answer, easier due to your returnless fuel system.

      Quote Originally Posted by YASHA7FOLD View Post
      Just saw this for the first time. Very nice build man.
      Thank you

    7. 12-10-2012 10:30 PM #217
      for the problem everyone seems to encounter with using the 16v distributor location as a camshaft position sensor'
      there is a factory solution to that.
      the audi v8 powered cars from mid 90's or late 90's had a camshaft position sensor mounted in that exact location.
      there is another thread in the 16v forums showing pictures of this.
      same location; plug and play.


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      12-10-2012 11:31 PM #219
      looks like abz cam extends out of head and trigger wheel is bolted directly to the end of cam, very similar to 1.8t.

      Not sure I would call this plug-n-play. How do you propose we bolt wheel to cam?
      Last edited by elRey; 12-11-2012 at 12:19 AM.

    9. 12-11-2012 07:20 AM #220
      I WILL HAVE A LOOK AT MY 16V CAMSHAFT. MAYBE IT HAS A PRE-TAPPED HOLE? OR IT CAN BE DONE AT A MACHINE SHOP.
      OR RUN THE AUDI pt CAMSHAFT IN THE HEAD.

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      12-11-2012 12:25 PM #221
      There's no pre-drilled hole, not large enough to tap for that trigger wheel bolt. And the end of the 16v cam is set back into the head. So, there needs to be some extension needed between cam end and trigger wheel to place the trigger wheel further out for the hall sensor to reach it.

      Sorry, not as plug-n-play as you were hoping.

    11. 12-13-2012 11:36 PM #222
      wow great build, very nicely done. im interested in what fuel system you used to run naturally aspirated. same injectors/fuel rail?

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      12-15-2012 11:49 PM #223
      stock mk4 2.0L injectors / fpr in any flavor 16v fuel rail (bbm) + mk4 fpr adapter. (and possibly injector seat extensions if your injectors are too short).
      Last edited by elRey; 12-15-2012 at 11:53 PM.

    13. 12-26-2012 07:43 AM #224
      It shifts funny because your transmission is a joke.

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      12-26-2012 07:41 PM #225
      just throwing this out there, but couldn't you just use a dizzy from an ABF? The ABF uses a crank trigger and uses the CPS from the Dizzy right? I just imported mine from the UK for $60 shipped. I could be wrong though.

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      03-02-2013 04:11 AM #226
      Nice I think this is my next project soon as i'am done with my suspension I want to attack this 16v swap . I have a 2000 Golf that was a us spec gem an built one (not mex or pen) I was trying to figure out what motor I have? The BBW only came in like 02 and up? So I was wondering years later are you still running the same OG head I know I seem you turbo ed it some Iam guessing you rebuilt it at least that time but how many Miles are one it? what was you gas mileage on a semi stock 16V head swap ? What motor in the mk4 2.0L fam is best for this swap? Thanks Great build I can't wait to start I have had a few 16V in my younger years and a few VR but iam looking froward to being in the 16V relm again . i always liked the intake mani its the little things some time or just striving to be different lol ..
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      03-03-2013 09:27 AM #227
      I'm still working on collecting parts for this project, but wondering if anyone knows the injector output for the stock 2.0 injectors. For example, the stock 1.8t injectors are 318cc.

      Obviously the stock 2-liter injectors work in this application, but ideally you'd want dual spray cones for the 16v head. If I can source some dual spray cone injectors that have a similar otput to the stock 2.0 units that would be ideal.
      Girls love it when you come in 3 seconds, it's very European.

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      04-14-2013 12:32 AM #228
      I have been reading threads like this for months and finally decided to join vortex. Ive got tons of respect for those of you doing this project and I just picked up a 9a head to start this project myself.

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      06-30-2013 01:34 AM #229
      @BIGJ541 the AEG was the 8v in 2000

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      12-26-2013 08:37 PM #230
      Great build!
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      12-26-2013 08:57 PM #231
      Much appreciated.

    21. 06-01-2014 05:27 AM #232
      back from the dead lol

      quick question, wth is going on with the distributor... im assuming people are saying crank position sensor, when cps is mentioned?
      pardon my mk3+ ignorance, but arent the crank position sensors in the bottom of the block by the starter?
      Im just so confused as to why you need anything in the distributor.... im pretty sure my 03 golf 2.0 has no engine sensors in the cyl head..... ?


      awesome thread by the way. wish i wasnt in cali, doesnt look tooooo hard to make it look factory enough to pass inspection, the SAI would be the hardest part.

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      06-01-2014 02:44 PM #233
      Quote Originally Posted by the4ork View Post
      back from the dead lol

      quick question, wth is going on with the distributor... im assuming people are saying crank position sensor, when cps is mentioned?
      pardon my mk3+ ignorance, but arent the crank position sensors in the bottom of the block by the starter?
      Im just so confused as to why you need anything in the distributor.... im pretty sure my 03 golf 2.0 has no engine sensors in the cyl head..... ?


      awesome thread by the way. wish i wasnt in cali, doesnt look tooooo hard to make it look factory enough to pass inspection, the SAI would be the hardest part.
      CPS = Camshaft Position Sensor. Yes, it can be confusing because the acronym can work for both. However, for this thread, it means cam position sensor.

      And your 03 golf does have one. It's either under the cam gear or the new style which I think is on the tranny side of the valve cover.

      and thanks

    23. 06-01-2014 04:25 PM #234
      well ill be dammed.... must be a me7 thing

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