Nope. The Bora Jets, (I have a pair staring at me on my desk right now), are single jets. The reason I guess they get away with a single jet is because it sprays a heck of a lot and soaks the entire headlight!That is an interesting point you raise.
Surely a Bora with Xenons should have a twin jet standard because the high and low beams are separate in the Bora Xenons as well.
These single jet Bora jets must be for Halogens in Sweden or something where they are required anyway (not just with Xenons).
The Bora's seem to have narrower caps on the bumpers so maybe that is an issue
Wow, I haven't done that one. The O-ring I replaced is part of #4.
Where would you get the larger bottle? I spend a lot of time in boneyards and for the most part, Audi A4 and A6 parts look adaptable. The angle of the bumper is close enough but the squirters mount to a reinforced area of the bumper skin. I got the squirters and plan to get the reinforcement pieces for a template. If I can't mount the reinforcement to the Jetta bumper skin, I'll make a metal bracket and secure it to the rebar.[ QUOTE ]
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<font color="red"> The Golf does need the euro bumper and euro rebar to do this. The US bumper is different and the euro rebar doesn't fit behind it from what I have read. </font>
I'm wondering now if that kit is really worth it? The 5.5L tank can be sourced here in the US with the sensor hole.
<font color="red"> The advantage of the kit is that it has everything you need in one place with the correct length hose, connectors, pumps, etc. If you want to use the Hella wiring you don't even need Relay 192. </font>
All of the hose connections can be sourced from Audi. And probably the hose as well.
I'm not sure about the pumps. But, the covers and nozzels definately need to be sourced from Germany.