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VW MKVI-A6 Golf family including Jetta SportWagen (~ 2010-2014) Discussions area for A6/MkVI (2010-2014) Golf and Golf Wagons (Jetta Sportwagon in the USA).

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Old August 28th, 2017, 11:24   #256
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got the " fix" done with a Stage 2 and DSG running, with a CP3 upgrade, and baked on soot in tailpipe that Breakcleaner couldnt remove.

Andrew, do you make a filter that replaces the oem 20k crap one? so i dont have 2 filters that need to be replaced?
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Old August 28th, 2017, 12:47   #257
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He doesn't make filters. You don't really have to change the factory filter every 20k miles if you don't want to. I believe the interval for the same filter is more like 60k miles in Europe. And the cimtek filter can easily go 100k miles. It's just catching very minute amounts of very small particles.

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Old August 28th, 2017, 13:19   #258
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sorry i meant the filter mounting thingey that you screw the filter into. besides, id rather change the cimtek filter once then the oem one 5 times by audi recomandations....

wasnt andrews kit was built to filter the HPFP when it grenades and shoots out all the metal shards into the rest of the fuel system.

what i was looking for was a cimtek filter and housing to compleatly replace the oem one, that filters down to 2 micron, and is good for over 100k miles. witch is about 18 months the way i drive or every 4 months by audi standards with the oem crap.
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Old August 28th, 2017, 15:35   #259
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Andrews containflow filtering arrangement is plumbed differently than his cp3 polishing filter. Personally, I'd just change the factory filter every 40-60k miles if I drove that much. I've driven all over the country, and the filter and housing always look spotless when I do filter changes.
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Old September 2nd, 2017, 14:00   #260
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Anyone that installs the CP3, post up so we can add to the list and hear about your upgrade!

Here are a couple links to the birth of this upgrade:
Andrew's initial testing and fitment
YukonLT's install and impressions

Looking forward to seeing more of these on the road!
It's not installed at this very minute, but add me to the list. Brian (alphaseinor) has the TB off (decided to change at 90K instead of 120K), and the CP3 will be installed before I leave.

Oh, and for the curious, the car is at maybe 2 dozen miles over 199K. TB was last changed at 110K (also done early). After having my TB take a crap on the Golf (BEW), I'll probably keep it around 90K change intervals, which is about every 4.5 years at the rate I drive.

**EDIT 09-03-17**

The car accelerates a lot quicker. The throttle feels very smooth, almost like a Nissan Leaf or other EV, or a luxury car. It felt scratchy before. Also, I noticed when I floor it, the car still rolls some coal, but it's not a smoke screen like it was prior to the upgrade. All in all, I'm very pleased.
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Old September 3rd, 2017, 13:30   #261
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It's not installed at this very minute, but add me to the list. Brian (alphaseinor) has the TB off (decided to change at 90K instead of 120K), and the CP3 will be installed before I leave.

Oh, and for the curious, the car is at maybe 2 dozen miles over 199K. TB was last changed at 110K (also done early). After having my TB take a crap on the Golf (BEW), I'll probably keep it around 90K change intervals, which is about every 4.5 years at the rate I drive.

**EDIT 09-03-17**

The car accelerates a lot quicker. The throttle feels very smooth, almost like a Nissan Leaf or other EV, or a luxury car. It felt scratchy before. Also, I noticed when I floor it, the car still rolls some coal, but it's not a smoke screen like it was prior to the upgrade. All in all, I'm very pleased.
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Old September 3rd, 2017, 15:48   #262
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Added!
Sweet, thank you YukonLT. Now I just hope there's interest in the future for Mk7 owners (I know there's already a thread on it for the Mk7, but we all know it's a useless thread).

Some photos of the finished product, along with one of Brian's techs (a fellow BEW owner).





Oh, and this will be going up for sale on here. How quick it sells (if it sells) is anyone's guess.



I have yet to see how fuel economy is. I was in a hurry to get home after the install (we finished up around midnight), so I was doing between 79 and 90. Still got over 34mpg, though.
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2004 Golf GLS 5MT -
Malone Stage 4, VNT17, DC Stage 2 clutch, buzzken 2.5" straight pipe, MFA cluster swap, dieselgeek Panzer plate and short shifter, Bosal towbar, Tekonsha P3 brake controller, Hopkins short-proof trailer light converter, darkside SMIC, intake manifold, and tip pipe, PD150 airbox
2005 Jetta Wagon GLS (mom's car) - Malone Stage 4, VNT17, MFA cluster swap, Panzer Plate, buzzken 2.5" straight pipe, darkside SMIC
2015 Golf Sportwagen TDI (mom's car) - stock for now...

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Ford 3400 Industrial tractor
2016 Mahindra XTV (1L Kohler diesel)

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Old September 6th, 2017, 06:19   #263
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Sweet! Congrats! I made 51 mpg at 80 mph with empty car. love it when she is empty.
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Old September 18th, 2017, 03:53   #264
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Sweet! Congrats! I made 51 mpg at 80 mph with empty car. love it when she is empty.
Well, of course you did; you're in Central FL. When I lived in Melbourne Beach a few years ago, it was cakewalk getting over 40mpg, even on 95. Not so much in Texas Hill Country!
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2004 Golf GLS 5MT -
Malone Stage 4, VNT17, DC Stage 2 clutch, buzzken 2.5" straight pipe, MFA cluster swap, dieselgeek Panzer plate and short shifter, Bosal towbar, Tekonsha P3 brake controller, Hopkins short-proof trailer light converter, darkside SMIC, intake manifold, and tip pipe, PD150 airbox
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Old September 18th, 2017, 05:40   #265
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There are a few MK7 CP3s running around. I've detailed some of my install in my build thread and here as well. Very simple install with only one small adjustment to the pigtail connector going to the pump needing a trim. I wouldn't be surprised if Andrew has already sourced a different version that solves the issue though.

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Old September 19th, 2017, 06:04   #266
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I wouldn't question that, been in TX and it's kinda hilly. There are some hills in FL, I do sometimes lose few MPGs from that. mostly on I-75 northbound... hate that road. from turnpike intersection into I-75 to Lake City, many hills. Now I no longer cover that area for work, good riddance.
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Old September 28th, 2017, 05:00   #267
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Hi Ecevryone
I am new to CP3 pumps but as an owner of a VW CFCA 2.0 common rail BiTdi engine I am aware that one of my engines biggest drawbacks regarding tuning is the poor volume capacity of the OEM fuel pump.
I would love to fit a high pressure high volume CP3 pump to my engine and have found many for sale from engines as small as 1700cc upto 6500 cc can anyone please point me in the right direction to source the correct pump ( donar car spec year and engine size) I fully understand I need an interface kit for correct installation. TIA
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Old September 28th, 2017, 06:32   #268
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Hi Ecevryone
I am new to CP3 pumps but as an owner of a VW CFCA 2.0 common rail BiTdi engine I am aware that one of my engines biggest drawbacks regarding tuning is the poor volume capacity of the OEM fuel pump.
I would love to fit a high pressure high volume CP3 pump to my engine and have found many for sale from engines as small as 1700cc upto 6500 cc can anyone please point me in the right direction to source the correct pump ( donar car spec year and engine size) I fully understand I need an interface kit for correct installation. TIA
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Old September 28th, 2017, 06:34   #269
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Good news for people with the CP3 that want the fix. I got the fix yesterday and the dealer didn't say anything about the CP3 pump and not having an auxiliary pump. The adviser said they looked hard to find anything wrong with my car, but they couldn't find anything and said my car was in great shape. They were also amazed how clean my car was, considering it has over 153,000 miles. I'm a neat nut.

Of course that doesn't settle worries about warranty after the fact, but at least I'll have my check for the fix.
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Old September 28th, 2017, 18:36   #270
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Good news for people with the CP3 that want the fix. I got the fix yesterday and the dealer didn't say anything about the CP3 pump and not having an auxiliary pump. The adviser said they looked hard to find anything wrong with my car, but they couldn't find anything and said my car was in great shape. They were also amazed how clean my car was, considering it has over 153,000 miles. I'm a neat nut.

Of course that doesn't settle worries about warranty after the fact, but at least I'll have my check for the fix.
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