Type: Posts; User: garryt
2nd option for sure:)
I would just have the manifold welded up a little and then smoothed out.
there is no fuel reservoir attached to the in-tank pump though. would be better with a mk3 tank and pump reservoir fitted with a mk2 in-tank lift pump:thumbup:
more space for the turbo if the inlet is on the front:thumbup:
no matter how you look at it, head needs to come off:(
I guess it all depends how "over engineered" the original part is. lot of engine parts these days seem quite slender but up to the job.
can the 20mm's not be reamed out?
that was my first thought:thumbup:
conversion from cis to efi???
you might be able to buy a new seal kit for the master cylinder.
well if the car started running badly after an accident, you really want to check the wiring etc around the damaged area:confused:
another good idea:)
noooooo! use the right lifter for the head. very common and easy to get hold of.
yeah it will be mono. single injector carb style unit. low compression (75bhp):thumbup:
no idea about the fueling limits. the pump would probably be fine. with the injectors you could probably use an adjustable fpr to give a little extra fuel at higher rpm. but you would need to...
it was actually an ace code block I used. sold all the 16v parts straightaway, so can't remember if there was an o-ring or not.
it's weird. that very car was badged vento in the uk. and the mk2 jetta was the same in both countries.
I have an 8v with the steel dizzy spacer ring, without an o-ring. no sign of any oil getting through:thumbup: