please excuse the fact that the cluster is not installed. i pulled it yesterday to figure out the issue
SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD
2.0 ABA from 1997 Jetta (obd2)
Full CE2 wiring swap
complete interior in ok shape (dash is cracked, rocco 2 seats with driver bolster wear, headliner needs tucked in around the edges)
the GOOD stuff: (parts listed as new have between 3 and 300 miles)
full ce2 wiring swap, headlights to tail lights
outer high/lows with yellow inner wired to rare 3-position (on/rear/front) fog light switch
runs, drives, makes good power
obd2 functions, and can pull codes (has codes for rear o2 and evap, which was not installed)
new front crossmember brace
new timing belt & tensioner
new water pump
new thermostat w/ early aluminum elbow/thermostat cover
new head gasket/bolts/other gaskets
new tie rods (manual steering)
new front wheel bearings
new front hubs
new front rocco 16v calipers/rotors/hawk pads
stainless braided brake lines
new control arm bushings
new koni reds
new h&r sports
new front strut mounts
new ball joints
new 100mm axles
new clutch disc
new motor/trans mounts
new clutch cable (in trunk, not yet installed)
new shifter bushings
new fuel filter
new walbro fuel pump
new rubber fuel lines
new serpentine belt
new intake pieces (silicone elbow, cone filter)
new spark plugs
new plug wires
new ignition coil
new fan switch
modified early 1.7 timing cover to fit tall-block aba
custom PCV configuration (using mk4 check valve, thereby deleting the flying saucer)
fresh oil/filter/coolant/brake fluid
the BAD stuff...
the 2.0 aba is a little too tall, leaving a dent in the hood where the throttle cable bracket hits
alignment is off
needs tires - comes with teardrops
instrument cluster is acting up. pretty sure it is something in the cluster harness (will include 2 ce2 cluster harnesses)
was hit in the rear at some point, but repaired (figured it was worth mentioning)
surface rust (no rot, nothing major)
needs paint to be nice, but is decent
heater control vacuum lines leak, currently disconnected
needs turn signal switch, it seems to have an intermittent connection when pushed down (left turn)
the downpipe & exhaust was cobbled together with a mk3 unit, and some pipe i had laying around. not terrible, but not great. the downpipe is wrapped to keep heat away from the right inner cv joint
comes with a ton of spare parts:
spare glass for all windows except windshield
exterior window trim/door window trim/etc
there are some older (during build) pics here:
i will try to get some current ones within the next couple days.
***NOTE: it will not come with the black team dynamics wheels, probably teardrops.
$3500 firm, but negotiable
negotiable meaning, i will lower the price if you want me to take some of the new/good parts off of the car and replace with old, worn out stuff (suspension, brakes, crossmember brace, etc).
i am also open to full/partial trades for cars & parts
car is located in raleigh, nc
can deliver for additional fee
title in hand
pm me or post up
Last edited by the kevin; 10-02-2012 at 03:07 PM.
would you trade for a 125cc shifter kart? I live in Va and can deliver if the car can be driven back here.
The kart is a semi home-built kart. I will stress that it is not a "race" kart, but none the less very fun. The 125cc Suzuki Motor is a very reliable 4 stroke motor, that will still **** 'n' get. The motor has about 20hours on the rebuild. It's in the "shop" right now getting some new goodies. After riding it for a bit the old exhaust started to fall off, the brake lines were fragile, and the steering column was bent due to people using it as a support for getting in/out of. So The column is being replaced, a new quick release hub is getting put on to ensure that won't happen anymore. Add to that new brake lines, and new exhaust with fmf muffler, and a Vapor speedometer/tach/temperature sensor just to verify just how fast it goes and to keep an eye on everything. I may reglass the seat as it has some cracks and have it painted. It has nerf bars for a duo body, also the gas tank is relocated to the rear and is larger capacity than the regular between your legs tank. Also the clutch setup is just like a car, 3 pedals, not the hand clutch like normal karts. You only use the clutch to get out of 1st and for down shifting..
It should be done here in the next few weeks, and I can get some videos via a Go Pro HD, and some cell phones I'm sure. I will be able to get specs like 0-60, 1/8th and 1/4 mile times, and top speed. Just to give an idea of where this thing stands lol. I will tell you if you think your R32 launches, your in for a treat. This thing sits 3/4" off the ground and will pull the front wheels up on a good launch. Of course I only weigh 140lbs so..
Bad: there has to be something right?
Your friends will want to drive it, but I always worried about them killing thereselves so I didn't let many people ride it.
BTW: It fits perfectly on mk1 roof racks
OLD PICS: NEW ONES COMING WHEN IT GETS DONE IN THE SHOP!
Last edited by jagerauto; 04-30-2012 at 05:30 AM.
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