I don't see it being user friendly in my 85 mk2 when I'm ready to setup Fueling for my ALH swap.
I've begun the dissembling on both cars, and I was just kicking myself in the ass for thinking of everything. . But this little situation.
Anyone use the cis system or did you ditch it and go...
everything i find is either outdated and lack of links and pics, gone completely, or is typically not an ALH into a NON-CE1/2..it's usually CE/ccccccccccCE12 or an AHU swap.
the mkiv(02 golf) i've had for awhile is just a gigantic POS car, but of course, the ol soot spitter is running...
anyone? team petroleum doesn't carry any and had no idea what i was tlaking about,lol. i love the stuff it makes my car love me, and keeps her ol body and heart going strong.
anyone i have searched the intrawebz with nothing but mail order stuff. which i woudl rahter have a local place to...
as it says. looking for a diesel to replace mine n/a. totalled cars, passat or jetta, non pdMKIV/B5 stuff. my n/a is on it's last leg it seems or is going to be. and a TDi swap is due.
any info or leads would be greatly appreciated
i'll be between drake and loveland. right on I25. wanna see where the diesel heads are. cos i will probably be taking the diesel off the road when i get out there for either a swap($$$) or for a bottom end rebuild. and help would be funa nd drinkin soot partners are always needed.
this was brought up amonst the MKI guys today. i was like hmm. so i am here asking for someinfo as well. it seems fishy, but i have noo idea!! here is directly from the website.
Its called CA-40 sounds like this does what KY/Astroglide does for all us rabbits, any feed back is welcomeSome...
i have an 85 jetta diesel, n/a. 516k, still gettina solid 47-54mpg(long trips can crest into 60) and i am saving and learning about producing my own biodiesel, i wanted to see if anyoen is running in a naturally aspirated diesel at all, and what results they have gotten.
can we get a best place locall thread perhaps?? co si found 47 cetane at a BP tucked away in manassas,va and its cheap.
i can't always get there..but..it would be great to know if there are other places that are awesome priced and good fuel!.
so i keep thinkin...my exhuast is on it's wya out.and i look a tit..and it has no top end what so ever...it appears any MKI or MKII header with no cat and then a cat back system would fit and benefit my car.
i jsut lowered it and added a bunch of new suspension components. and the exhuast is...
i have an 85 jetta n/a diesel.
i was wondering. can i use the MKI TD stuff to make my car a TDi?
or should i go with the MKIII stuff? or is thee any aftermarket items/parts,etc out there?
any and all info will be awesome!!