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    Thread: VW Jetta Mk5 Vacuum Pump Block Off?

    1. Junior Member
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      Jun 17th, 2019
      2007 VW Jetta MK5 Wolfsburg (current), 1993 Lancia Delta Integrale EVO(current), 2016 RMR Veloster
      08-14-2019 05:21 AM #1
      INTEGRATED ENGINEERING has a vacuum pump block off for $65. Has anybody with a VW Mk5 Jetta 2.5 tried this? Where do the brakes pull vacuum from? Or are the brakes hydraulic? What else is needed other than just the block off plate?

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      Nov 27th, 2011
      08-14-2019 08:19 AM #2
      Need to connect brake booster check valve to a constant engine vacuum source. Your braking system uses vacuum, mechanical and hydraulic systems. The delete kit with all the needed part https://www.uspmotorsports.com/Spule...elete-Kit.html

      There are a few DIY for the 2.5 Delete and how to piece a kit together.

    4. 08-21-2019 03:34 PM #3
      I bought the spulen kit from AWD motorsports(only $99) been installed over a year and a half, no issues

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