things just keep a happenin...
Indeed, sir! Albeit, not just a 2.0T harness, but a TSI.
I had initially planned on a 1.8T...I even went as far as obtaining it with all parts needed, and completely rebuilt it. It is still sitting on my engine stand at the moment (for sale!) Along with a custom short runner intake, ATP mani, T3/T4 hair dryer, and lots of other random bits...really need to sell all of it to help fund this beast.
No clue yet...I've toyed around with lots of different ideas at this point. I used to hate mars red, until my buddy painted his mk1 a few months back and I actually got to see it new and fresh...so, kinda curious if I might feel the same way about some fresh indiana. Got plenty of time to decide I guess.
All advice is always welcome. Far from done friend, I assure you, tis only the second rough coat. Hell, as far as bodywork, I know I suck...I'm merely the beer hander-outer, checkbook, and tool bitch for this stage. The fine folks at everythingeuro are handling the make-pretty aspects. I get the easy job - everything else that isn't paint/bodywork.
shoulda told ya last night in person, forgotted about this. assuming your talking about the large port off the side of the intake where we tapped the boost gauges on our fsi's, it's unused on a tsi.
been on vaca since last week, progress should hopefully commence mid-next week sometime once I get back in town
Could the skin on the floor around the sub frame but cut out and fixed with the
body on a rotisory.Now not the whole floor just about 4 inches of each side down to
where the side brace is?
Last edited by 83mk2scirocco; 01-01-2012 at 09:45 PM.
you mean the section between the rocker and the rail? I don't see why not, but I'd run a brace between the 2 rockers anyway, just to be safe. I'm still debating just how anal I'm gonna be with this and if I'm gonna pull those rails and straighten them or not...
No problem, going there without bracing...
This is how I did mine: I replaced the sheetmetal, with square tubing. I only replaced the damaged side, but it looks better than the stock sheetmetal IMHO.
Last edited by fredybender; 01-03-2012 at 03:42 PM.