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    1. 10-09-2008 04:40 PM #1
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      '92 VW Mk2 GTi Montana green 2.8L VR6T Obd2

      '98 VR6 2.8L engine: 107k miles on the engine when the swap was done by Black Sheep Performance in Las Vegas. Car was painted some years ago by previous owners and has your usual dings here and there.
      Kinetics Stage I turbo kit
      T3/T4 57 trim
      #30 Injectors
      Kinetics turbo manifold
      38mm Tial Wastegate/ 5psi spring
      2.5" kinetics downpipe
      C2 #30 tune software... the plugged in O2 version(2006)
      kinetic manual boost controller
      Tapped oil pan
      Turbo oil feed line/drain
      Bosch sparkplugs
      -Engine is ready for the next step(Kinetic Stage III), you just need to upgrade to the #42 injectors and the #42 tune
      Custom Intercooler (ATP Front Mount Intercooler Core/CTSturbo intercooler pipes | Thanks Nardie of ctsturbo)
      9.1 Compression Headspacer & ARP Headbolts |Thanks to 034 motorsports -Javad
      NEW walbro Inline Fuel Pump |thanks to Clay
      2 12" Hayden Thin Fans
      New thermostat housing/crackpipe/thermostat
      New Coolant temperature sensor
      New front and rear BFI Stage I motor mounts
      New VF engineering tranny mount
      New coolant overflow bottle
      New front O2 sensor
      New cam position sensor
      New neuspeed Ignition Wire set
      New serpentine belt
      2.5 inch exhaust system /borla muffler
      Schimmel 11lbs battery relocate tray
      Lightweight 11lbs deka(braile) battery
      Drivetrain
      MK3 VR6 Transmission O2A, New Oem VR6 Sach Clutch
      Suspension
      Bilstein sports front struts and rear shocks
      Neuspeed race springs
      Eurosports rear tie bar
      New hd front strut mounts,
      New strut mount bearings
      Brakes
      MK3 DE 11.3 brakes, cross drilled rear rotors, plain vented front rotors
      Wheels and Tires
      15x7 Drivers Edition Wheels, 205/50x15 Falken Azenis tires
      Exterior
      Chrome Door Handles
      Bonrath round badgeless grill
      Inpro crystal clear round lights/H4
      New Jom hood lift
      Smoked front turn signals
      flat black textured fender lights, rear spoiler with 3rd brake lights, hood hatch.
      Interior
      42nd draft design VDO panel/gauges(Boost/vacuum, Oil Pressure, Voltmeter)
      New Nardi steering wheel
      New Hand brake leather covering
      Nardi to Momo wheel adapter
      MK3 DE shifter boot/knob with red stitching
      Custom Upholstered Recaro trophies
      Mk3 leather rear seats with headrest
      New recovered headliner (profesionally recovered), head rest
      Euro seatbelt
      MK3 instrument gauge cluster
      GTi front mats
      New chrome billet mirror control
      Chrome window cranks
      Chrome sunroof crank














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      10-10-2008 08:22 AM #2
      Looking good! Some tight clearances back there with the stock mani...where did you get that interesting looking silicone adapter for the DV?
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      10-10-2008 09:03 AM #3
      Quote, originally posted by FaelinGL »
      where did you get that interesting looking silicone adapter for the DV?

      IIRC isnt that the kinetics piece that comes with the kit?

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    6. 10-10-2008 11:46 AM #4
      Yeah it's just the regular hose that I cut to install. I couldn't find a bigger heater hose that 5/8s from kragen...

      Question:
      I can delete that coolant hose that connects to the throtle body right and just loop the hose back into the overflow bottle.



      Modified by omllenado at 8:48 AM 10-10-2008

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      [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] niiiiiiice

    8. 10-10-2008 04:50 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] niiiiiiice

      Thanks for your help Clay [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      10-11-2008 10:25 AM #7
      Quote, originally posted by omllenado »
      Question:
      I can delete that coolant hose that connects to the throtle body right and just loop the hose back into the overflow bottle.
      Modified by omllenado at 8:48 AM 10-10-2008

      yes. just make sure you plug the TB return line also.

    10. 10-11-2008 11:16 AM #8
      I'm actually running thin fans so I gained a little more room at the driver side...



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      10-11-2008 02:24 PM #9
      Miss that thing
      Im glad you toook over where I stoped

    12. 12-04-2008 12:02 AM #10
      10psi is fun. Can't wait for 15-17psi.





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      12-04-2008 12:47 AM #11
      damn havent seen your car in a while

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      12-04-2008 02:30 AM #12
      I really like your car, good stance, I have a mk2 GTI with a VRT as well, still 4 lug though, I was wondering what the azenis looked like on factory DE wheels as I am swapping to them wtih the 5 lug over Christmas, Cheers man, Good looking car you have there
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      Trouble from the get go!!!

    15. 12-04-2008 10:29 AM #13
      Quote, originally posted by xpalendocious »
      damn havent seen your car in a while

      Yeah man what's up with that?. haha I wish I have 3.0L, ur car is my cars idol. Still need some tuning

    16. 12-04-2008 10:30 AM #14
      Quote, originally posted by firestartergli »
      I really like your car, good stance, I have a mk2 GTI with a VRT as well, still 4 lug though, I was wondering what the azenis looked like on factory DE wheels as I am swapping to them wtih the 5 lug over Christmas, Cheers man, Good looking car you have there

      Thanks, but sometimes I wish I have 4 lugs coz I couldn't run bbs rm's and wider 9s. The 11" brakes not really that great after putting on that turbo.



      Modified by omllenado at 7:32 AM 12-4-2008

    17. 12-10-2008 09:57 PM #15
      oliver, have u thought of spraying the Intercooler flat black??

    18. 12-10-2008 10:23 PM #16
      Quote, originally posted by vdub4tw »
      oliver, have u thought of spraying the Intercooler flat black??

      I thought about it but I don't wanna mess up the intercoolers cooling efficiency. Might be putting a black screen mess to hide the teeth

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      12-11-2008 10:17 PM #17
      check out eastwood, they have radiator paint

    20. 12-12-2008 01:36 AM #18
      Quote, originally posted by sxracer001 »
      check out eastwood, they have radiator paint

      Thanks for the info.
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      Oh I need one of those triangle mirror thingy.

      Modified by omllenado at 10:39 PM 12-11-2008


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      12-12-2008 09:49 PM #19
      Nice and clean!
      [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] for a Montana VRT twin!

    22. 12-13-2008 03:53 PM #20
      Quote, originally posted by MKIIsleeper »
      Nice and clean!
      [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] for a Montana VRT twin!

      U have one too?. Any pictars?.

    23. 01-09-2009 03:30 AM #21
      Before garage shots.





      She's been hinernating in the garage since Dec so I gave her some treats a few days ago... Chromesicle


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      01-20-2009 10:53 PM #22
      Nice stuff all the way around. I've had my FMIC lightly misted black ~forever. I can show you 8 near consecutive dyno pulls right on top of each other. Unless you go gonzo and clog fins and such, I don't think it makes much difference.

    25. 01-21-2009 12:06 AM #23
      Actually I was thinking about doing that or a black grill.

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      01-21-2009 07:42 AM #24
      Old picture that I've cleaned up a bit since then and hacked the last few fins:

    27. 01-21-2009 10:56 AM #25
      That's a sleeper right there

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