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    1. Member jettalvr41's Avatar
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      09-01-2010 01:10 AM #1
      I wanted to call this shooting for the stars but it sounded corny, so yeah
      info:
      1992 SLC VR with auto trans and 103k on the clock
      Red (tornado i think)
      Red dot door cards, front & rear seats
      Beetle wheels


      The plans that are already well underway:
      Shooting for 500WHP
      Respray to white


      Stuff I have and have done:
      New fuse box
      New all cloth red dot seats
      Shift tower boot with bezel
      New plugs
      New wires
      New Wiseco forged 82MM 9:1 Comp pistons
      New Valve seals
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      Planed Cylinder head down .010"
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      Shot peened Rods
      Shot peened block
      New Water Pump
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      Custom made short runner intake manifold (still building)
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      B4 5 Spd manual tranny Complete with pedals shifter and weight
      B4 Glass sun roof
      DDI Illuminated gauges
      Prothane motor mounts
      A/C deleted
      All red Tails
      Shaved plate bucket
      Bore engine over 1mm
      polished and balanced crank
      New main bearings
      New Rod bearings
      New main bolts (ARP)
      New rod bolts (ARP)
      New head studs (ARP)
      C2 sotck compression MLS head gasket
      262 Cams
      New Chains and guides
      Lightened Flywheel



      Stuff to get:
      Master cylinder

      Fuel Line -6AN

      Fuel Rail

      Clutch Master cylinder

      Slave cylinder

      Short Shifter
      Intercooler
      Piping (black)
      Oil cooler
      Exhaust down pipe
      New Coolant hose kit
      Billet Crack pipe
      Clutch
      660CC #60 injectors
      C2 Pro MAF
      Billet Fuel Rail
      4.5 Bar FPR
      Inline Fuel pump
      Catch can
      Tapped oil pan
      Steel braided brake lines
      Steel braided Oil lines

      Tial 38mm waste gate
      Greddy BOV/DV


      Stuff for sale:
      Black leather front seats
      Stock AC system
      Stock injectors
      Stock blasted pistons






      now pictures









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      09-03-2010 01:04 AM #2
      a little update
      Got another free 12v head last night and decked it today
      Got a OBDII engine side harness
      Got another lower intake runner
      Got solid motor mounts
      Got a new fuse box
      and a few other here and there things
      but my original head is completely done besides putting the cams in after i purchase them.

      pics:
      new head

      the runner I glass blasted.

      my bumpers and some other parts.

      my car in its current state


      more updates soon as I will be working on it almost all weekend including all monday! 4day weekend FTW
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      09-19-2010 04:17 PM #3
      got my seats!

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      10-08-2010 11:33 PM #4
      fresh out the block



      empty now!


      glass blasted



      but mike! don't you need those pistons?


      nope!

      more updates thursday
      block and rods are at the shot peen guys place gettin done up. when it gets back its bore time baby!
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      10-09-2010 10:37 AM #5
      Not knocking you or anything, but 500hp on a front wheel drive car??? add the air ride into the mix, and it's going to be a bear to drive.
      I do not understand why some coupes make the grade and others do not. Everyone knows, for instance, that the Corrado was as tasty as an East End prize fighter with the looks of a Benetti super-yacht. The four-cylinder was good, but the VR6 was about as close as you could get to Ferraridom without buying a Ferrari. And what happened? You all went to the pub instead. -Jeremy Clarkson-

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      10-14-2010 10:50 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by NoCYet View Post
      Not knocking you or anything, but 500hp on a front wheel drive car??? add the air ride into the mix, and it's going to be a bear to drive.
      so i put some thought into what you said combined with some comments from people at school and locals. my one question is....

      Can I make it RWD without turning the motor longitudinal? if not i don't wanna do RWD and i know i don't wanna do AWD.







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      10-15-2010 01:37 AM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by jettalvr41 View Post
      so i put some thought into what you said combined with some comments from people at school and locals. my one question is....

      Can I make it RWD without turning the motor longitudinal? if not i don't wanna do RWD and i know i don't wanna do AWD.

      Now tell me, how would you do that? There was one guy who did a RWD build and it was a ton of fabrication, and yes, he mounted it longitudinally.

      The only thing higher than your ride height is you ambition. I don't want to piss all over your parade...but some of the things you're talking about (500hp and/or rwd) are not easy things to put together.

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      10-15-2010 08:56 AM #8
      Nothing is "Impossible"if you have $$$ and skill, but the only way I can think of to get transverse mounted RWD is to move the engine to the rear.
      I do not understand why some coupes make the grade and others do not. Everyone knows, for instance, that the Corrado was as tasty as an East End prize fighter with the looks of a Benetti super-yacht. The four-cylinder was good, but the VR6 was about as close as you could get to Ferraridom without buying a Ferrari. And what happened? You all went to the pub instead. -Jeremy Clarkson-

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      10-15-2010 09:14 AM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by chrisd1891 View Post
      Now tell me, how would you do that? There was one guy who did a RWD build and it was a ton of fabrication, and yes, he mounted it longitudinally.

      The only thing higher than your ride height is you ambition. I don't want to piss all over your parade...but some of the things you're talking about (500hp and/or rwd) are not easy things to put together.

      the 500 HP i have no doubt in my mind i can get. My friend here in lincoln has 480 right now on his mkii jetta and iv already done more work then he has.

      Quote Originally Posted by NoCYet View Post
      Nothing is "Impossible"if you have $$$ and skill, but the only way I can think of to get transverse mounted RWD is to move the engine to the rear.

      i was thinking of using a R32 style transmission and disabling the the transmission/transfer case to the front wheels.
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      10-15-2010 09:33 AM #10
      HA, thats too funny...there was just a thread on those wheels being on a Corrado...kinda look how I thought they would.


      Either way....looks like you got a lot going on with it...good luck man...


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      10-15-2010 09:36 AM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by jettalvr41 View Post
      the 500 HP i have no doubt in my mind i can get. My friend here in lincoln has 480 right now on his mkii jetta and iv already done more work then he has.




      i was thinking of using a R32 style transmission and disabling the the transmission/transfer case to the front wheels.
      You'd need the entire 4motion AWD system to make that work, then you'd have to permanently lock the front differential, and permanently lock, or remove the Haldex.
      After all that you'd basically be two front CV shafts away from having the full AWD system, so that's a LOT of work, cash, and weight to get RWD.
      Plus I have doubts that that setup would be sturdy enough for that sort of power all to the rear wheels.
      But...
      There's guys(and Girls) in here that know waaay more about this than me, maybe one of them will chime in.
      I do not understand why some coupes make the grade and others do not. Everyone knows, for instance, that the Corrado was as tasty as an East End prize fighter with the looks of a Benetti super-yacht. The four-cylinder was good, but the VR6 was about as close as you could get to Ferraridom without buying a Ferrari. And what happened? You all went to the pub instead. -Jeremy Clarkson-

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      10-15-2010 06:24 PM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by NoCYet View Post
      You'd need the entire 4motion AWD system to make that work, then you'd have to permanently lock the front differential, and permanently lock, or remove the Haldex.
      After all that you'd basically be two front CV shafts away from having the full AWD system, so that's a LOT of work, cash, and weight to get RWD.
      Plus I have doubts that that setup would be sturdy enough for that sort of power all to the rear wheels.
      But...
      There's guys(and Girls) in here that know waaay more about this than me, maybe one of them will chime in.
      okay well ill keep checkin and looking for other ideas. cause its not going together anytime soon. still got a ton of body work and engine work to do.


      but i did get the rods back today and honed them.


      bored the rest of the cylinders, just waiting on the Deck plate to do the finishing touches. then decking the block ever so slightly.

      then pistons and rods mate. and she goes back together with a little bit of crank work.
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      10-22-2010 12:50 AM #13
      finished honing the block tonight. reconditioned the rods.

      ordered
      ARP rod bolts
      OEM main bearings
      OEM rod bearings
      OEM main bearing thrust washers

      next on list
      ARP head studs
      ARP main studs

      and possibly billet main caps.
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      10-22-2010 12:58 AM #14
      Just to ask the question really, but why wouldn't you want to go AWD?
      I think I'm hilarious.

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      10-22-2010 01:15 AM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by jettalvr41 View Post

      Can I make it RWD without turning the motor longitudinal? if not i don't wanna do RWD and i know i don't wanna do AWD.

      NOT with VW Parts.
      Quote Originally Posted by jettalvr41 View Post
      i was thinking of using a R32 style transmission and disabling the the transmission/transfer case to the front wheels.
      Wont work at all.

      Quote Originally Posted by NoCYet View Post
      Plus I have doubts that that setup would be sturdy enough for that sort of power all to the rear wheels.
      But...
      It wouldn't, if there was a way.
      There's guys in here that know waaay more about this than me, maybe one of them will chime in.
      You asked, so I helped. I think.

      Quote Originally Posted by GTi spinner View Post
      Just to ask the question really, but why wouldn't you want to go AWD?
      he needs this. does not haz.
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      Do you guys remember the time that Ryan kid started mixing and matching rods and end caps and then his motor wouldnt turn over? I do

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      10-22-2010 09:52 PM #16
      i dont want all wheel drive cause its no fun. my other car is a 2.0 with a automatic i want something i can do burnouts in and just have fun. awd is alot of maintance with high horsepower also.
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      10-23-2010 12:10 AM #17
      well good luck, you're gonna need it, if you seriously just wanna do burn outs with rwd just buy a damn mustang or something

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      10-23-2010 01:48 AM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by badtaste View Post
      well good luck, you're gonna need it, if you seriously just wanna do burn outs with rwd just buy a damn mustang or something



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      10-23-2010 02:11 AM #19
      wow it's coming out really good! Keep up the pics update. Lol
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      10-23-2010 12:11 PM #20
      ^ haha

      DO reverse to firsts in the jetta, they are sick, and you tires will squeel for a second!...
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    21. 10-23-2010 01:36 PM #21
      hate to be a douche but with 15 degree cylinders like that, you should have shimmed the block when you were honing it. But it's done now...

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      10-23-2010 07:51 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by wed3k View Post
      hate to be a douche but with 15 degree cylinders like that, you should have shimmed the block when you were honing it. But it's done now...
      by shimmed the block do you mean used a deck plate? cause I did. I honed the most I could to the point with out it. put the deck plate on torqued it and honed the final crosshatch in. with all the time and parts im throwing at this motor it should be more then capable of reachin my goals and doing it reliably.

      and to the mustang comment. thats for your constructive comments. I don't want it sorely for burn outs, or even racing at all. I just want the feel of a RWD car. I'v had FWD my entire life and I don't want the douche bag title that comes with a LS1 or a mustang. I guess its my fault for wanting a fun car.


      anyways I'v been doing my research on mega squirt and that is the route i have chosen to go. now its just lining up all the parts and talking to the right people to help me achieve that goal.


      sorry if I have offended anyone by my rash comments and particle way of doing things. I just don't want another standard AWD corrado.
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    23. 10-23-2010 10:54 PM #23
      no, not a torque plate but shimm the oil pan rail to compensate for the 15 degrees. the head likes to go up and down, not at 15 degree angles. you'll wear stones and shoes unevenly.

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      10-24-2010 11:06 AM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by jettalvr41 View Post
      I just don't want another standard AWD corrado.
      I am not a genius by any stretch, but I think this is what they call an oximoron.... There is some serious work involved with an awd build which is why there are only handful of awd Corrado's out there.

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      10-24-2010 06:11 PM #25
      Quote Originally Posted by wed3k View Post
      no, not a torque plate but shimm the oil pan rail to compensate for the 15 degrees. the head likes to go up and down, not at 15 degree angles. you'll wear stones and shoes unevenly.
      idk maybe you used a different machine. i had my motor mounted in the sunnen honing machine at a 15* angle so the hone went directly up and down.
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      10-24-2010 06:12 PM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by cstanley19 View Post
      I am not a genius by any stretch, but I think this is what they call an oximoron.... There is some serious work involved with an awd build which is why there are only handful of awd Corrado's out there.

      yeah i understand that i built my mkiv pretty much from a crumpled mess. i guess ill stick with my FWD
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    27. 10-24-2010 10:41 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by jettalvr41 View Post
      idk maybe you used a different machine. i had my motor mounted in the sunnen honing machine at a 15* angle so the hone went directly up and down.
      is that what that c clamp is for? if so, thats genius

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      10-25-2010 12:49 AM #28
      This build is confusing..just set a goal and build the damn car already .

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      10-26-2010 06:45 PM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by wed3k View Post
      is that what that c clamp is for? if so, thats genius
      yes sir! i can get more pics if you wanna see more of how its being done/ plus the hone has a CV on it so it can adjust. its a Sunnen CV 616.

      Quote Originally Posted by dasbeast3.0 View Post
      This build is confusing..just set a goal and build the damn car already .
      lol its not easy. i jumped around alot on my mkiv too.


      update for today...

      today i ordered
      head studs (ARP) 184.95
      Main stud (ARP) 114.95
      C2 stock compression multilayer steel head gasket 159.00

      total after shipping being around 458 something

      next on list is cams and oil pan then she will be literally ready to bolt together again.
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      10-28-2010 11:10 AM #30
      out of the hoing machine! Into the decking machine





      more updates after class tonight
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      10-28-2010 09:47 PM #31
      a bunch of random photos off my camera.

      during polishing


      after polishing


      after all cylinders honed and brushed

      during brushing




      new wiscos



      and before polishing

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      10-28-2010 09:49 PM #32
      decked the block .006"
      polished the crank
      honed the little end of rods to fit new wrist pins
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      10-28-2010 09:56 PM #33
      wow!! looks good!!!
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      10-29-2010 11:37 AM #34
      Quote Originally Posted by jettalvr41 View Post
      i dont want all wheel drive cause its no fun.
      Yeah Porsches,WRX STI,RALLY cars skylines, lambos are boring to drive. If your talking 500 hp 500hp all wheel drive is fun, you obviously don't know what 500hp all wheel drive is capable of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUL6jFvCk8A do all the burnout's you want

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      10-29-2010 06:19 PM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by Toffeerado View Post
      Yeah Porsches,WRX STI,RALLY cars skylines, lambos are boring to drive. If your talking 500 hp 500hp all wheel drive is fun, you obviously don't know what 500hp all wheel drive is capable of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUL6jFvCk8A do all the burnout's you want
      no i didn't mean to sound ignorant when i said that lol i realize all of those would be a blast. lol I just feel like having a RWD corrado would be a blast.

      that video of the audi was very convincing though. all get more serious about drive train after the engine is assembled. there could be a chance of AWD. nothings 100%
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