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92 SLC

Post by Leifro » Nov Tue 26, 2013 10:18 pm

so i picked up a corrado for my mk2 rocco. the vr in raddo is a little shaby so another vr i have has been lookin nice forr the swap . so my question is the term plugnplay valid from switching a vr with a dizzy to one with coil packs?

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Post by MT-Getto » Nov Wed 27, 2013 3:27 pm

I got a 24v with a six speed for ya :)
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Post by Leifro » Nov Wed 27, 2013 3:53 pm

lol thats an awnser i quess. will that just plug in? but ya that setup does perk my nikers a little. how much ?

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Post by kompressorgolf » Nov Wed 27, 2013 4:22 pm

itd be a little tricky, but very doable, i think trev could probably delete the immobilizer as well!
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Re: 92 SLC

Post by Leifro » Nov Wed 27, 2013 4:34 pm

dang ya im very new to the vr and its various diffences over the 4 bangers

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Re: 92 SLC

Post by kompressorgolf » Nov Wed 27, 2013 10:27 pm

i recommend the mk1-vr6 conversion kit on BFI comes with all mounts and axles to make it all bolt up, other ways its very tricky, def need shortened axles. in the rabbit or the scirocco. weld in mounts to support the factory style bushings are popular, but difficult to get just right.
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Post by kompressorgolf » Nov Wed 27, 2013 10:34 pm

also to convert the vr6 from dizzy to coil, you would need the upper timing cover from an obd2 car full engine harness and ecu for obd2 as well as obd2 throttle body, etc. anything thats different obd1 to obd2
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Re: 92 SLC

Post by kompressorgolf » Nov Wed 27, 2013 10:35 pm

some obd1 engines had coilpacks as well too an easy way to tell if its obd1 or 2 look at the throttle body, if its like 8 wires its obd2 if its only 3 wires and has a dash pot to settle the idle, its obd1
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Re: 92 SLC

Post by Leifro » Nov Wed 27, 2013 10:48 pm

it has three and it looked almost like a mk2 jetta from where it came from. i had grabbed all the wiring from the fuse box. and the computer. itsa. AAA just like my raddo but ya the dif is the ignition . i would also like to add that a cap for one is $83 bucks were i just put 5 min apoxy on it and called it good. also i would rather just change the motor than buy a cap .... ha

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Re: 92 SLC

Post by Leifro » Nov Wed 27, 2013 10:50 pm

BFI is a pretty sound company from what i read. any big difference between eurowise?

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