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Rosten Rods, MK4 Shifter, GTB2260 CHRA, Front GLI Brake kit with 1.8T/VR6 spindles and control arms

3L3M3NT

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Location
Sturgeon Bay, WI
TDI
04 Jetta GLS TDI, 04 RTDI
I’m looking to sell some of my leftover TDI parts:
The first item is the CHRA from the original GTB2260VK that came on a car I purchased in 2015. It was only on the car for 2,000 miles before I decided to upgrade to something bigger. The VNT mechanism has been modified to work with a VNT-17 actuator.
The only bad news is that when they shipped it back to me with the new turbo, they didn’t package it the best and the compressor wheel has a few bent fins. Should be pretty easy to get a new MFS 60mm compressor wheel for this turbo.
Price $100 shipped

I’m selling a set of 4 PD150/ARL/BHW/ASV Rosten Performance connecting rods. The reason I’m selling them is that when cylinder 4 melted down in my TDI, one of them measured just out spec by a thousandth or two. To play it safe I went with a new set of rods for my build because the car is primarily used on the track and is making close to 300hp. If you can live with one of the connecting rods in your engine being a thousandth or two out of spec, then these are for you.
Otherwise you could see if you could buy just 1 connecting rod to complete the set.
Price: $225 shipped

I have a spare MK4 shifter lying around that I no longer need. $20 shipped

Finally, I have a complete GLI brake kit that came off my 2004 Jetta TDI. The parts that will be included are 1.8T/VR6 spindles, control arms that have Audi TT bushings installed (the bushings have some cracking going on, so they might need to be replaced depending on how meticulous you are), 5x100 hubs for 6 speed axles (they might work for 5 speed axles), 312mm drilled and slotted rotors in good shape, GLI brake calipers with Hawk HPS brake pads that are 70%, wheel speed sensors that worked before they were removed, and extra hardware.
I’d highly recommend installing new wheel bearings and ball joints or at least new wheel bearings for sure, since the boots are still intact on the ball joints so you technically could still run them.
Price: $425 shipped or $325 picked up in Sturgeon Bay, WI/meet in Green Bay, WI.





























Let me know if you need any more pictures, since these are just some of the pictures I took of each item.
 
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3L3M3NT

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04 Jetta GLS TDI, 04 RTDI
Would those hawk pads work on a 10 Jetta cup edition? 312mm fronts 112 pattern?
I'm honestly not sure if the Hawk Brake pads from the GLI kit I'm selling would fit in the calipers on your 2010 Jetta Cup Edition. I'll see if I can cross reference the part numbers tonight or tomorrow and let you know.

pm'd about the "clutch" pedal. ;)
Sent you a reply about the"clutch" pedal. ;)
 

DivineChaos

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Minnesota
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mk6 jetta sportwagen tdi
I'm honestly not sure if the Hawk Brake pads from the GLI kit I'm selling would fit in the calipers on your 2010 Jetta Cup Edition. I'll see if I can cross reference the part numbers tonight or tomorrow and let you know.



Sent you a reply about the"clutch" pedal. ;)
It's actually a 2012 jsw. But it's easier to cross ref for the cup edition. Parts place gave me the wrong part 3 times...
 

3L3M3NT

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04 Jetta GLS TDI, 04 RTDI
It's actually a 2012 jsw. But it's easier to cross ref for the cup edition. Parts place gave me the wrong part 3 times...
After doing some cross referencing it doesn't look like the brake pads in my front calipers would work in your 2012 JSW.

If you're looking for another brand of brake pads that offer great stopping power, check out G-Loc brake pads. For street purposes, I'd recommend their GS-1 brake pad. It looks like you'd need part number GP1107 in front and GP1456 in the rear.
https://www.g-locbrakes.com/products/brake-pads/search/
Talk to Luis at Automobile Day Spa and he'll get you all set up.
http://www.automobiledayspa.com/

Best of luck.

Accelerator SOLD!
 

MVP

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Litchfield Park, AZ
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2003 Jetta Wagon, GLS 5-speed, Baltic Green Past: 2001 Golf 4-door, GLS 5-speed
Would the brakes spindles etc. Work on my 03 Jetta wagon?
 

MVP

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2003 Jetta Wagon, GLS 5-speed, Baltic Green Past: 2001 Golf 4-door, GLS 5-speed
No worries, thanks for the reply.

So tempting, gotta think through if I can get it done along with all my other automotive projects, without my wife killing me...
 

MVP

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2003 Jetta Wagon, GLS 5-speed, Baltic Green Past: 2001 Golf 4-door, GLS 5-speed
Figured out that my clutch needs attention before I do anything else
 
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