So I recently bought a 2008 GLI...and the first order of business was installing a Neuspeed P-flo cold air intake
Fresh off the lot
One thing I have noticed since installing the intake is that when idling the car tends to shake a little bit...more so than before...it's not too dramatic, but you can definitely feel it. Is this normal?
Next order of business is getting the ECU Stage I upgraded. I'm thinking APR or GIAC but open to other suggestions...and then I'm thinking about installing a Eurojet 2.0T V-branded downpipe with high-flow race catalytic converter. Any better suggestions on how to proceed following the Stage I upgrade?
Any and all input is welcome and appreciated.
why dont you get the downpipe before you get the tune?
i belive the requirments for stage II are a cold air intake and a downpipe?
Than you can go right to stage II.
Just my 2cent. good luck
2005.5 Jetta 2.5l. UM Tuning!!! AWE Catback! APR Carbonio! H&R Race springs! RAI TestPipe!
IMO just go directly to stage 2 with the downpipe.
I'm a personal fan of REVO software, but whatever is most accessable to you in that part of the state. Our options are somewhat limited in CT, the shops aren't exactly a dime a dozen around here.
After your tune, start playing with your suspension. Lower it.
Yea, I was thinking about just purchasing the stage I and I believe you get the stage II upgrade for free...personally, I'd like to see how the car drives at different stages... and then once I get the stage II, I'll definitely be looking into new coils to lower it...
Thanks for the input
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