i've been looking for an r32 motor with a o2m FWD tranny for a while now but i cant seem to find one i bet that car halls ass with that giant motor in there and FWD.
also did u do standalone or did the mkiv harness plug into the ce2?
stock mk4 harness un cut, I also had the full interior harness too. The CE2 fuse panel connectors go to the mk4 connectors (the square black, tan, orange, white connectors) those then clip into the engine harness. The mk4 harness will not clip into the ce2 fuse pannel, took alot of bently time to figure out. Bonesaw spent acouple hrs ocer a few days to figure out. But thats cool is the odb port works. It then has a stage 2 Uni tune is a lot written out. Like around 750$ retail on the tune.also did u do standalone or did the mkiv harness plug into the ce2?
Im actually thinking about selling the engine harness, ecu, ce2 to mk4 connectors, throttle, electric petal, o2s, maf and custom intake and going stand alone.
Last edited by DWI_gti; 07-22-2010 at 02:41 PM.
im going standalone right off the bat. best way to do it and dont have to worry about any of the emissions crap, extending wires for shaved bay, and immobilizers blah blah. just hook up the standalone and get a good tune on it and ur good to go. butt spend the money on the standalone, worth it in the end...im already parting out my vr setup that i've only had running for about 5k miles lol. im just not happy with the vr6. needs more...
12v's can be built!!!!!! You just have to get sneaky with 'em. I however do not blame you guys for going VR6 "Big Block".
Way to assemble a car before a show and make it happen DWI.
Well have a little update, finally took a video of the car running with some throttle shots. then the same day took out the OEM harness and ECU, Then I sent a check to Lugtronic for a standalone unit.
whats to come? thinking respray the bay, clean harness and relocate the battery to the trunk.
i have mine in the back as well with 2g wire, the only problem i had to solve was with the obd2 swap (not using standalone) the power wire that runs from the fuseblock to the battery had to be directly connected to the battery, so i ran the wire from the fuseblock to the battery as well as the power to starter and ground was just done underneath the seat. i want to redo my interior but i dont want to drop the rear seat. i need to figure out something to do with the battery because its just in the trunk and looks ugly lol.
take some detailed pics of how you have everything setup and mounted
my car is 800 miles away but i have alittle notepad next to me and i write down everything i can and how i want to do things when i go home for school breaks. my list of to dos is definately fix the battery situation and make a false floor for the sub so i can have my trunk back.
yeah in the process of hunting down some euro belts, its on the list with aero wipers. I also sold the MLs and went out and bought the frounts of my new wheel set up, need to order the rears.
looks like its going to be an expensive month or two for the corrado, again.
"You can take my Corrado when you pry it from my Cold Dead Hands".
those ones are 16x8 with a 1" lip ET of 21 they are going on the frount. with the 1" smaller and et size it will pull the wheel in 15mm vs the old 16x9 MLs and give me some more clearense on the fender. rears will be 16x9 with a 2" lip probly 21 et idk yet^^ I still see Schmidt ML's...but damn those 3pc versions are... , uber hotness
Nicely done man, nicely done What are the specs on them?
Last edited by DWI_gti; 03-13-2011 at 06:44 PM.