Amazing dash board fitting. Would like to see more pics
I am watching this one!
Holey carp this is going to be one unique and fun ride when its said and done. Props to you for taking on a project of this size. I cant wait to see it finished and rolling arround.
Cheers to you
2001 Jetta WE 1.8T, K03s, Forge DV, Intake:1991 2.0L 16V GTi, 50mm Intake Manifold, AC Delete, TT Header/Exhaust, Shaved 1.8L Head, LSD, K&N, H&R Springs, Neuspeed Sway Bars:1984 GTi, 1.8L Block Boared 1mm, 1mm OS 10:1CR TT Pistons, 2mm OS Skinny Valves, TT Heavy Valve Springs, TT 306 Race Cam, Port &Polished & Shaved Head, TT Header/Exhaust, LSD, OS Radiator, K&N, 4K Tranny, H&R Springs, TT Sway Bars
Well, good job on picking up an S2, wish I could get (and afford) one here in the states. But when you get back to the rallye, please do something different with those wheels, and no bigger than 16".... it is a MK2 after all. 18's are just too big, and all black wheels are very uninspiring, especially considering the scope of that project.
To sum up the wheels, you can do way, way better than that.
Thats what I did on my corrdao/ mk4 swap.
Last edited by VRT; 09-24-2010 at 04:31 PM. Reason: insert pic
Hey, great build and a lot of space in your garage:-)
I have some Questions:
Did you get the MK5 Heating and Cockpit in without cutting on the body of the rallye right below the wind shield?-you had to make a hole för the A/C lines in the middle of the firewall...thats clear, but what about holes for the loom and where are you gonna place the abs? right behind the engine mount like in the MK5. You have the MK dash console mounted. Are you going to yuse the polo servo steering or a mk2/3 Servo or maybe something totally different? Some photos would be really nice.
There is a lot of cutting involved in the fitting of the MK5 heating, and yes you have to cut out some space from the wind shield right below the ending of the wind screen here I will give you a link to some pictures of how some guy did it to his Golf MK2 in Germany.
I did a bit more cutting then him but you will see when I'm ready to show you. everything is a mess so first to clear it up and then will take some pictures. The wiring holes, well they will be done as on the MK5 and the ABS will be done as this guy on the link I gave you. As for the servo steering I'm still thinking of how to use the electric motor and the servo from the MK5, and if that doesn't work then it will be the Polo servo steering and pump.
Why not using a electric power steering like one from a vauxhall(Opel) Corsa.
Like the one in this link: