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    Thread: Greyt 09 6spd build thread... (long overdue)

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      07-10-2011 09:05 PM #36
      Keep. It. Up.
      Paint it black and take it back.
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      07-10-2011 09:29 PM #37
      nice jetta. p-flo so much better than that other intake.

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      07-11-2011 10:13 AM #38
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      Well, when you come let me know! My famiy is moving to weston!
      That, and I could pick you up, and take you to the local meets!
      Ok thanks for the invite man.. Ill keep you up to date if i get out there anytime soon
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      07-11-2011 11:28 AM #39
      Quote Originally Posted by mfbmike View Post


      Your car is boss. Saw it in person @ SoWo.
      thanks... it has had some minor changes since then... all for the better!

      Quote Originally Posted by germanbycar View Post
      Keep. It. Up.
      thats the plan!


      Quote Originally Posted by THE KILLER RABBIT View Post
      nice jetta. p-flo so much better than that other intake.
      i live the pflow cause its cheap, good, and simple.



      Quote Originally Posted by AKdub914 View Post
      Ok thanks for the invite man.. Ill keep you up to date if i get out there anytime soon
      seriously, let me know! i live far away from weston (5hrs) but the family is down there, so when you come, i'll just drive south and visit

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      07-11-2011 11:35 PM #40
      racekor height... i love it!



      cellphone pic at downtown miami earlier today

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      07-12-2011 02:48 AM #41
      for a vid collection, and complete up to date mod list with clickable pics:
      thygreyt.jettamkv.com

      per sections

      first photo shoot
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...&sd=a&start=30


      eurojet headers (review is a couple posts underneath it)
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...&sd=a&start=75


      reiger rooof spoiler installed
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...&sd=a&start=90

      airport shoot, small
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=270


      first midium-big show. fixfest. strip video
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=270


      taylor brake bushing review
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=285

      vag com dyno 1
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      engine bay re done
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=360


      unitronic photoshoot---how to wash the car--battery relocation review
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=375


      h2oi 2010
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=390

      unitronic stage 2 review--fixfest
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      new wheels
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=450


      suspension tunning and whiteline---picture of highway!
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=465


      timeline
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=480


      oil report (proof that chipping dont destroy engines!)
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      front end pics
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=495


      motor mount DIY---Daytona
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=525


      polished valve cover clean
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=540


      diy: wiring a secondary RPM
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=570


      Valentine one diy wiring---speakers acquired
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=585


      tranny swap pt1
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=600


      tranny swap pt2---euro treffen
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=615


      trannny swap pt3 (removal and install)---mods show off
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=630


      tranny swap pt4 (install)
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=645

      car review per crackness---sound install--- exhaust fix--- pre sowo pics
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=660

      road to sowo--- Sowo--- Valvetrain
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=675


      crankshaft evacuation system
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=690


      car sights----engine bay clean up---pull videos--- hypermiling on unitronic
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=720


      shuttle launch--- suspension corner balance--- rolling the fenders
      http://forums.jettamkv.com/viewtopic...sd=a&start=735

      parked in downtown miami--car review from Ted wambach (TeamZleep, owner of a 2.5T wbbit)
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      07-13-2011 05:30 PM #42
      lookie, lookie at what i got??



      special thanks to the 2.5 Forum sponsor:

      INA Engineering

      not only did they answer my question, but they know, understand and what to help me with my project... great people!

      recommend em blindly.



      now, i'm only missing the pistons to start the real build... but i have to decide on the NA vs FI thing... lol. cause Naturally aspirated = high comp pistons (11:1) and FI will be lower comp pistons (8.5 or 9:1)... i'll choose whn the time comes.

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      07-13-2011 05:42 PM #43
      8.5:1 high boost baby!
      ICP DA BEST EVA <3333

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      07-13-2011 06:39 PM #44
      i actually have a higher like to doing 11:1...

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      07-13-2011 08:30 PM #45
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      i actually have a higher like to doing 11:1...
      Only cool if you still turbo it and run high boost. Pre-detonation is good for the motor anyway!
      ICP DA BEST EVA <3333

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      07-13-2011 11:09 PM #46
      Hell yes. Btw, moving in on the 20th. Cya then
      Paint it black and take it back.
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      07-14-2011 01:02 AM #47
      Quote Originally Posted by UghRice View Post
      Only cool if you still turbo it and run high boost. Pre-detonation is good for the motor anyway!
      lol, if turbo, then 8.5:1... nothing higher than 9:1 on a turbo.

      Quote Originally Posted by germanbycar View Post
      Hell yes. Btw, moving in on the 20th. Cya then
      see ya! i'll be there in mid august..


      if i do NA i'd do 11:1 with meth, cams, intake mani, custom exhaust, and some other goodies!

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      07-30-2011 07:00 PM #48
      guys, stay tuned! i'lll have sme updates this week...

      the plan is to take all the interior apart and start re wiring the car, properly... like this guy:

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.p ... udio-Build

      then is exhaust removal and wrapping!

      and little niks on the way.

      all this week!

      obviously pics will be taken DIY style.

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      07-30-2011 07:20 PM #49
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      guys, stay tuned! i'lll have sme updates this week...

      the plan is to take all the interior apart and start re wiring the car, properly... like this guy:

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.p ... udio-Build

      then is exhaust removal and wrapping!

      and little niks on the way.

      all this week!

      obviously pics will be taken DIY style.
      in
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      08-02-2011 07:52 PM #50
      Ok, so updates?

      I have the amp, its a JL J2 250.1 and that's going to be dedicated to the sub, which is going to be a focal 25 A1, nominal power 200w, and max of 400W.

      The amp was sourced locally from a friend who parted the car, the sub I ordered today from amazon, and it should be here on friday.

      On thursday I should be receiving the sub enclosure by nik (ubber stealth audio)...

      Also, I ordered 100 ft of 12 AWG wire to re do the entire cables, and not use the factory stuff... I also got 4AWG wire for the amp-batter) and ground connections.... Additionally I ordered a sub woffer cable (monster) and 2 monster RCA 25' cables for the conections between the head unit and the amp (speakers).

      Well... Looks like tomorrow I'll be wrapping the exhaust in thermal wrap, and I'll do an oil change and tire rotation... And on thursday or friday I'll be re-doing all the wires of the sound system, and I'll install the sub+amp.

      Let's hope for a good week.

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      08-02-2011 09:14 PM #51
      Love the thread! Great build, you are an inspiration to all of us 2.5ers!

      How do you like the WALK kit? I love mine Do you have only the anti-caster arms, or have you done the bushings (front control arm, rear trailing arm) bushings too?

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      08-02-2011 09:37 PM #52
      Quote Originally Posted by digitalpirat View Post
      Love the thread! Great build, you are an inspiration to all of us 2.5ers!

      How do you like the WALK kit? I love mine Do you have only the anti-caster arms, or have you done the bushings (front control arm, rear trailing arm) bushings too?
      Thanks for the compiments! I do love the engine... Its greyt.

      The walk kit? I only have the front control arms... But add to that a perfectly corner balanced car, with front and rear sway bars, a rear stress, and the endlinks, oh and h r coilovers.... The car turns amazing...
      And the walk kit improves it by a lot. For anyone that wants to improve cornering on an MKV, the battery relocation+ coils+walk kit are a must... The car feels a lot sportier too.

      On other news, I was just told by amazon that the sub just shipped! So, its all looking for gor friday..

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      08-03-2011 12:30 AM #53
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      And the walk kit improves it by a lot. For anyone that wants to improve cornering on an MKV, the battery relocation+ coils+walk kit are a must... The car feels a lot sportier too.
      Does the battery relocation play a huge difference? The WALK kit is amazing! I'm on B&G coils and I've found that in 2nd gear corners I can carry ~5mph more and in 3rd gear corners I can carry 10-15mph more and that was on stock steel wheels too You should get the trailing arm bushings.. they are cheap and easy to install!

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      08-03-2011 12:51 AM #54
      Quote Originally Posted by digitalpirat View Post
      Does the battery relocation play a huge difference? The WALK kit is amazing! I'm on B&G coils and I've found that in 2nd gear corners I can carry ~5mph more and in 3rd gear corners I can carry 10-15mph more and that was on stock steel wheels too You should get the trailing arm bushings.. they are cheap and easy to install!
      with the battery relocation, you help the car to be more balanced.

      from factory our cars have 65% of the weight on the front... so yes, the batter relocation helps a LOT... and you do feel the difference. i dont know the diff in speed in comparison to stock, but i'm far from it.

      even thou we have FWD cars, they can be built and upgraded to be fun little daily machines.

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      08-08-2011 09:57 PM #55
      ok, so update!
      its been a while,and i have been working on the car extensively, with no rest, no time for forums,nor updates... hell, i lost +7lbs jjust sweating while working.

      this is how my sound WAS... 3 months away.





      diagrams for the new wiring for the new audio



      random... new keychain!


      continuiing with the pics and story.

      doing an oil change,

      raise the car.


      then use a torx t25 to remove the bottom cover to access and do a proper oil change.




      then remove re 19mm plug from the oil pan


      prepare the cointainers to hold the oil.


      draining the oil.


      locate the filter....


      drain the filter.... tools from metalnerd.com


      old and dirty filter.


      new oil, filter and plug.


      after all the oil drains out, plug it with the new plug


      once i finished with the oil change, i proceded to wrap the exhaust...


      this is what i found... that's awe quality... 2nd time..


      this is what happened and where it broke


      then i got bored...so i washed the engine bay...


      lastly, remember to rotate the wheels.

      torque em back to 89lbs and rememvber to check it again after 100 miles.
      ....


      then its audio install time.
      this is the first part acquired for the audio install...

      jl amp for the sub

      all cables recieved... time to start the build.


      focal sub...


      dash taken apart, cables prepped.



      all the new cable... good cable for better sound.


      partly back together.


      amps in place.


      focal crossover for the front 3 way


      how its wired, with the oxigen free 12 awg.


      everything apart, to accomodate the new wire.


      the door was appart, to be able to do the new wire.


      the clip where the wires are ran.

      took me 4 hrs, to put it back together... well.. its now working.

      can you see the wires??



      interior apart, for the audio build.


      passenger door skin out...


      all back together.


      running the passenger side wires


      amped subwofer, in a custom enclosure. it looks OEMish.


      well... its all done, and sounding good...

      feel free to ask any question.

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      speakers goin hammmeerr
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      08-08-2011 11:04 PM #58
      im interested in getting over 400 a tank!!!!! off all the things that u have done do u know what was vital to acheiving that goal?

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      08-09-2011 01:09 AM #59
      awesome thread man. some serious money has been dropped into this thing. you make me want a 6 speed soooo bad. so much money for one extra gear though.

      what exactly did you heat wrap on the exhaust?

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      08-09-2011 12:40 PM #60
      Quote Originally Posted by BIGJEFF64 View Post
      im interested in getting over 400 a tank!!!!! off all the things that u have done do u know what was vital to acheiving that goal?
      driving slow, and partial throttle. lol

      Quote Originally Posted by DanoftheDead View Post
      Looking good bud. So glad to see this car evolve.
      its been great. i love the car.


      Quote Originally Posted by KyleCrish View Post
      awesome thread man. some serious money has been dropped into this thing. you make me want a 6 speed soooo bad. so much money for one extra gear though.

      what exactly did you heat wrap on the exhaust?
      lol... its been a while, the thing is that i'm ALWAYS dropping some 100 or around it a month... its quite a bit when you sum it all at the end of the day...

      the 6 speed? is great! if we ever meet, i'll let you drive. Then i'm sure you are going to love it, and you'll want to get one too!

      i didnt get to wrap nothing, cause the thing is broken... so, once it gets replaced, i'll wrap it.

      Quote Originally Posted by MttMarx58 View Post
      speakers goin hammmeerr
      yes they are awesome!

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      08-09-2011 12:44 PM #61
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      08-18-2011 08:01 PM #62
      summer is almost over, and i'm almost done with the minor things i've been doing.

      this week i decided to finish the sound system...

      on tuesday i spent 8 hrs re wiring the j2 250.1 to the battery, and re doing the ground. then i cleaned the g4500 wiring... re did the headunit RCAs cause they were too long, and well... 16ft is more than enough.

      then, i re did the subwoffer wires, and it now sounds GOOD... i might need to port it, but that will be done later, if ever.

      on tuesday i also did the re wire for the rear door speakers... they are using focal's 165 A1 (2 way) and WOW.

      i must say that now that the entire system has been rewired, now that the door skins are back, now that i took apart the entire interior of the car... NOW when i can actually listen to music... i can only say, its hella worth it.

      with the AWG 12 oxigen free audio wires and the monster cables, the sound is as clear as can be... no kidding.
      i have never heard such a good sound system.. ever.

      its perfectably clear at ANY sound volume, and with the amps, you can make some GOOD music LOUD. let me put it this way, with 50% of the power, the car is already LOUD on the inside, and the rear view mirror MOVES!... oh, the subwoffer is as it should, no bass boost or nothing.

      will i ever re wire a car? i dont think so. its WAY too much work, and well... you'd have to pay good money for anyone to do it for you... again, its well worth it.
      for comparison: my dad's 2011 panamera came with a BOSE system, and my mom's 2011 GL450 mercedes dont sound nearly as good, and i mean NOWHERE near as good, as loud, as clear, etc.

      next step in the sound dept? i have to remove the door skin again, and put on some good sound deadening... that will be done once i have the time and money to do so.

      as always, pics will be later, and feel free to ask any questions.

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      08-19-2011 09:06 AM #63
      the promised pics.

      Focal 25 A1 in a ubber stealth enclosure. btw .8 cubic feet. need to port it (13 3/4 * 3) if possible.


      this is how the trunk looks... yes, i ended up cutting some of the monster mat cause i was all effed up with the wires and all that... and i zip tied all wires along the rear stress bar...doesnt look half bad, imo.


      another view... i love it! it looks VERY clean.


      sub and battery box... looks OEMish!


      and this is a close view when the seats are down...


      special thanks in my audio build:

      Kylecrish, since he was the one who did his trunk woofer the way i like it. nice clean car.

      nik, for his patience with me.

      AsymmetricalDichotomy, well, he's the one who did the re wiring first... so i pretty much used his thread as a DIY.

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      08-19-2011 10:20 AM #65
      Well.. The enclosure is a bit expensive, no doubt

      But it looks good, fitment is on point... So won't complain much...

      Nik too, has been super helpful on the before and AFTER the purchase..

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      08-19-2011 04:57 PM #66
      does anyone knows anything about sound deadening material? what to buy? why? where?

    32. 08-21-2011 10:30 PM #67
      Nice Build Thread! keep it up and as for sound deadning let me check with a buddy what he is using, cheap and effective! his car audio sounds completely amazing. (paid his tweeters 2000$)
      Quote Originally Posted by iTech
      Good point but then you have a car that weighs as much as the planet Neptune and handles like a beached sperm whale
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    33. 08-21-2011 11:36 PM #68
      alright so i verified for sound deadning and its called B-Quiet put 2 layers ans its as effective as dynamet for 1/5 the price
      Quote Originally Posted by iTech
      Good point but then you have a car that weighs as much as the planet Neptune and handles like a beached sperm whale
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      08-21-2011 11:55 PM #69
      Quote Originally Posted by golf-2000-2l View Post
      alright so i verified for sound deadning and its called B-Quiet put 2 layers ans its as effective as dynamet for 1/5 the price
      which one? extreme? ultimate? or is it the absorber? lol... there are just too many!

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      08-22-2011 07:28 PM #70
      more parts for the engine build



      special thanks to INA Engineering.

      still undecided on which compression to buy the pistons... 11.5:1(NA build) or 9:1(Turbo build)

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