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Jetta/Bora/Vento TDI Picture Gallery Do you have a Jetta/Bora/or Vento TDI? If so write a message here describing it and insert a picture if you have one. If you don't have one on the computer, email me and I'll give you my address and I'll scan it for you. If you need web space for it, email me as well. Please make a short yet descriptive title for your vehicle.

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Old July 22nd, 2007, 21:00   #1
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Red's info:

As of 04/04/09:
127k miles

2000 Jetta GLS TDI 5-speed
(ALH VE)
RC4
VNT 17/22 turbo
PP520's
11mm injection pump
PD130 intake
TDIparts lower IC pipe
my own upper IC pipe
stealth modded ASV
VR6 MAF housing
3-bar MAP
my own 2.25" Version 1.0 DP with OEM cat-back

new style steel bottom oil pan
larger oil cooler

.68 OD
VR6 clutch w/lightened flywheel

Bilstein TC's
DieselGeek Panzerplate skidplate
5.5L washer bottle

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Old July 23rd, 2007, 09:14   #2
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Whitey's info:

As of 04/04/09
142k miles

2000 Jetta GLS TDI 01M Auto (original)
(ALH VE)
RCII
357's
VNT-17
my version 1.0 2.25" DP with OEM cat-back

Sport Mode shift enabled
KERMA line psi mod
Amsoil ATF

DieselGeek Panzerplate skidplate

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Old July 23rd, 2007, 09:16   #3
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TDI info in general and stuff common to both Whitey and Red...

Option codes (thanks fitzski http://www.fitzski.com/jetta/):



RED Whitey
X9A ....."..... national sales program USA
C6V ....."..... alloy wheels 6J x 15 "Avus" offset 38
G0C________ 5-speed manual transmission
______G0E__ four-speed automatic transmission
H5B ....."..... all-weather tires 195/65 R 15 H (NAR)
J0R ....."..... battery 380 A (80 Ah)
K8B ....."..... notchback
4UB ....."..... airbag for NAR
MD1 ....."..... 4cyl turbo diesel 1.9L/66kW TDIbase engine is T0W/T0E
U0F ....."..... instrument insert with tach clock and mph speedometer
V0A ....."..... tires w/o specification of tire brand
0A2 ....."..... four doors
0N1 ....."..... standard rear axle
1AC ....."..... anti-lock brake system (ABS)
1C2 ....."..... antifreeze up to -35* C tolerance up to -40* C
1G2 ....."..... steel spare wheel with original equipment tires
1H0 ....."..... without proportioning valve
2PX________ leather trimmed sports steering wheel
______1MY_ steering wheel for airbag system
2JC ....."..... comfort bumpers
5RR ....."..... outer right rear view mirror: convex, US
5SH ....."..... outer left rear view mirror: flat (USA)
0CM ....."..... vehicle class differentiation 1JM
4X1 ....."..... side airbag front
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3L3 ....."..... manual height adjustment for front seats
3Q6 ....."..... three rear headrests
QG0 ....."..... without service interval prolongation
3YR ....."..... door pockets with insert mats
4A3________ seat heater for front seats separately controlled
______4A0__ without seat heater
8BL ....."..... halogen headlight for left-hand drive US design
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8YA ....."..... radio for USA
B0D ....."..... component parts set, for USA (without California)
1N9 ....."..... power steering (limited steering lift mechanism)
3FE________ electric slide/tilt sunroof with sun screen/sunblind
______3FA__ without roof insert (standard roof)
4K0 ....."..... radio remote controlled central locking operated from inside
4R4 ....."..... power windows with comfort operation and circuit breaker
8Y1 ....."..... two-tone horn
8L3 ....."..... roof antenna
9AB ....."..... manually controlled air conditioning

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Old July 24th, 2007, 21:24   #4
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That picture looks just like a building near the river I know of in CT, it's not is it?
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Old July 25th, 2007, 17:12   #5
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Whitey's info will go here:

....I would seriously contemplate buying a wrecked leather A4 gasser with a 5 speed and swapping over the trans and the interior.
I know...it was late when you wrote that. Nice story though The auto isn't that bad if you change the fluid like you did to whitey.
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Old July 26th, 2007, 17:39   #6
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No, I meant you can't use a gasser tranny in a TDI unless you want to scream on the highway, I bet for worse economy than an 01M

I can get 50US MPG with my car if I keep my foot out of it, not a problem at all (the foot is a problem).
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Old July 26th, 2007, 18:09   #7
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No, I meant you can't use a gasser tranny in a TDI unless you want to scream on the highway, I bet for worse economy than an 01M

I can get 50US MPG with my car if I keep my foot out of it, not a problem at all (the foot is a problem).
Yes, you are correct. For the same reason an 01M can not be used from any other VW besides a TDI.

But to get the leather interior and all the clutch, shifter and console trim needed to do the conversion, I would likely try to find a wrecked gasser for the donor to rob the parts from. If I couldn't get the ring and pinion swapped out (the best Diff guy in the S.E. USA is a close friend of mine), then I only need a TDI transaxle which another friend of mine who runs a boneyard could easily get me one shipped in from anywhere in the US.

And there would always be the 6-speed option at that point... all for probably less $$$ than trying to get the 01M fixed.

All this is a moot point if KERMA is able to develop an upgraded 01M or upgraded 01M master kit.
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IPT already sells such kits. It is alot less than the money some people pay to have someone rebuild the tranny, but one has to be capable of rebuilding the tranny. I agree, I would likely go 5spd if/when mine fails. The auto was a compromise for my wife, but I have grown somewhat fond of it over the past 3 years. Adding a real tranny cooler really helps IMHO.

I hope Kerma brings out a swap service Stock tranny for kerma tranny +$$$$

http://www.importperformancetrans.co...uto.shtml#main

PS I like Red and Whitey alot and can't wait for further development of your pipes...um that sounds wrong but you know what I mean.
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