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And I don't need that
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First of all I have watched your build and is awesome But how did your haldex work
I see you are also using the new ABS unit! how are you going to fit in the new style abs sensors since the old magnetic sensors don't work on this unit?
Well that is the milion $$$ question
For the front I will steal Mario's idea and that is :
magnetic rings on the CV joint
and on the rear I guess magnetic rings on the CV joint and ... we shall see
I hope this helps a little
OK nothing much done but ...
I decided to chrome all mu nuts and bolt so here are some of that:
and more new parts
then started cutting the MK5 dashboard
and at the end I finally installed the brake lines
I painted the front lock carrier, lower cross member and completed the front end and the bonnet because I couldn't wait to see how will the car look at the end
Last edited by 2fast4you2; 04-29-2012 at 04:09 AM.
for the front sensors i've also used his idea but in stead of the original cv joint i have used the joints from the passat cc these joint already have room for the magnetic sensor!!
for the rear i have been struggling for over a year now since the is no room at all on the outer joint.
i have modified the inner joint and cover on the haldex unit to fit the sensor i'm going to fit the on the car next week!
OK, finally something has been done
I got the bolts and nuts from the roll cage and the door locks chromed
bought some cardan shafts (Golf Mk4,Audi TT 8n,Golf mk5)
and glued the dash back together
and then cut and glued the other parts that needed fitting
and at the end how should the interior look like
only maybe without the navigation
Last edited by 2fast4you2; 05-23-2012 at 01:59 PM.
WOW!! The MK4 R32 and Audi TT driveshafts are different lengths? I always thought they were similar, but that is quite the difference.
And somehow the R32 has a longer wheelbase, but a shorter driveshaft?
Last edited by jettasmooth; 05-23-2012 at 11:05 AM.
Made the propshaft bolt on the original Rallye propshaft holders
I also did a little intervention on the rear axle because the propshaft was a bit off center
then unscrewed the fenders and put a special plastic sealant strip that I bought from the dealer
and then screwed them back on with the new screws and special intermediate zinc plates (they are used so you don't scratch the color )
then installed the drivers seat . The codrivers will have to wait because I haven't received the seat rail for the seat
after all of that I assembled an BWA engine that I had in mu garage with the quattro gearbox and fitted that on the Rallye
there is enough space for a GT3076 I think
and from under the car
there is one problem that will need to be solved
the gearbox as fitted is very close and will hit the front axle
and when the car will be on its wheels ...should look something like this:
then the oil pan will be around 11sm from the ground Dont know if it will be a problem
as you can see its almost the same height as the front axle