And the DP, being the VR is N/A, its headers. I'd use stock headers, and go custom exhaust and sell the autotech catback instead of trying to do custom up too it. That and the autotech catback isn't designed for the airflow out of a VR, so go custom.
FOR SALE THREAD!!! http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...0#post81979040
Nobody buys a VR to go fast (most of the time)... We only own them for that sweet sound and low end torque.
The highway is my spirit animal.
For the time being I just want to get this plan accomplished before I worry about making power. I'm going to use the factory intake manifold but make my own intake tube. I'm retaining the factory exhaust manifolds also, so I will be making a downpipe. I'm keeping it fwd as a gti should be
I like where this is going, first that ive seen, but still has me wondering.. Why? the car is still FWD and like zleep said its not for speed why do all this for just sound? im not hating at all im looking foward to this. i just want to know the reasons behind it haha
can't wait to see the progress on this.
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This is going to be gooooood.
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