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FS: RC5 ECU for 2002 ALH

danielhf

Veteran Member
Joined
Mar 27, 2007
Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
I have the ECU from my 2002 ALH motor for sale. I just had the immobilizer removed, so it will be "plug and play." Here are the specs:

- RC5 tuned for:
- 3 bar MAP sensor
- VR6/R32 MAF housing
- R520 injector nozzles
- ASV (Euro) ECU recode
- VNT17/22
- 28 psi sustained boost

$400
 

jwweatherman

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Jul 9, 2008
Location
DC
TDI
Golf, ALH
I have a 2000 ALH with everything needed but PP764's for nozzles. Could I get away with running this?
 

danielhf

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Mar 27, 2007
Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
Yes. The PP764s would be great nozzles for this setup, they would be much less smokey than the R520s.
 

danielhf

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Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
Curkkic said:
is this ecu still have the immobolizer in the coding? or was it removed for this sale?
The ECU does still have the immobilizer present. If you have VAG-COM (and your SKC login), you can swap the ECU yourself:
http://www.ross-tech.com/vag-com/cars/Immo3-ecu-swapping.html#USED:
http://www.ross-tech.com/vag-com/cars/immobilizer2.html

Also if someone puts a down-payment on the ECU (and intends to buy it), I can send the ECU out to have the immobilizer removed and then send it to the buyer free of charge.
 

Farfromovin

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Location
Ventura, CA
TDI
03 Golf 2dr- PD150 6m
This is a great buy! RC5 is more than $400 IIRC. So, you get discounted software and a free ECU for it's new home. Good buy!
 

VWBeamer

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GA
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2004 Jetta Wagon
will this work with a early 2001? Will this change my Odometer reading?
 
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mrchill

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Location
MASS! home of THE WORLD SERIES CHAMPION RED SOX! x
TDI
96 B4v red \ 98 Mk3 green\98 Mk3 Jetta black\ 99 Mk4 Jetta green x2\ 99 Mk4 Golf silver x2\ 99 Mk4 Jetta black\ 97 B4 sedan green\04 JSW gold\03 JSW silver
Not too shabby...someone with a project should jump on this deal.
 

"Yes it's a Diesel"

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Nashville, Tennessee
TDI
2000 Jetta TDI
I am really interested. I just have to get the money together. I have a 2000 Jetta 5spd with a vnt 17/22 running Rocket chips stage 3 euro. I have not had a chance to Reflash my ecu for the new turbo yet.

This should work in a 2000 no problem right? The only thing that sucks is I would have to get a 3" OMI, and pd 150 air box and housing right>?

Could I used my 2.5" OMI with a PD 150 box with the maf housing?
 

danielhf

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TDI
None anymore...
Yes it's a Diesel said:
Could I used my 2.5" OMI with a PD 150 box with the maf housing?
This would work just fine. You can actually just modify your existing ALH airbox top to accept the PD150/VR6 MAF (Dremel + sealant) housing and then get the proper silicone coupler and clamps from a place such as www.siliconeintakes.com, and you would be set.
 

"Yes it's a Diesel"

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2000 Jetta TDI
Sounds like a plan, but I am a poor college student lol. I have all my main mods; it's just the last process of getting parts together that is killing me.

All I need is:

Eurojet SMIC
Intercooler Piping
Full 3" intake with pd150 box
3 bar map

If the timing was right I would jump right on that. I just have so much going on right now. That is a great price though!
 

jasonTDI

TDI GURU Vendor , w/Business number
Joined
Apr 26, 2001
Location
Oregon, WI
TDI
12' RAM 2500 QC,LB. 2019 Cherokee 2.0T
It'll work with the smaller pipe but it will read a bit off. You'd want to get it reflashed since the velocity will chage of the inbound air charge.
 

danielhf

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Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
jasonTDI said:
It'll work with the smaller pipe but it will read a bit off. You'd want to get it reflashed since the velocity will chage of the inbound air charge.
Absolutely. It will have a minor effect, but should be reflashed if Jeff is in the area.
 

jasonTDI

TDI GURU Vendor , w/Business number
Joined
Apr 26, 2001
Location
Oregon, WI
TDI
12' RAM 2500 QC,LB. 2019 Cherokee 2.0T
Yes a lot different effect than going small to big. Then they are laggy and smoky.
 

danielhf

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Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
Post updated. Jeff removed the immobilizer at Whitbread's GTG.


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