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Old 23-09-18, 07:18 PM   #11
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Fitted the ur alloy box and the kv plastic lid to the ur so i could use the 20 valve afm on my conversion.
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Old 23-09-18, 09:53 PM   #12
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I’ll take some photo’s tomorrow
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Thanks Slacky! looks quite similar to the size of the opening on the wr box, maybe bigger!
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Nice one Slaky, thats a nice job, thanks for the photos.
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Old 04-10-18, 02:20 PM   #18
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I fitted one to my B2 cq with the 2526cc modified engine from GTi Engineering back in 1990, it wasn't listed in their advertising material but was a recommended performance improver for these and modified Mk2 Golfs for improved airflow - I was told about it when I rang for prices on a set of pistons - £91 each back then and seems a bargain now. Luckily the blue smoke was valve stem seals and guides which was much cheaper to rectify. It made a noticeable difference to the urge at higher engine speeds, I took it off when it was sold and still have it - I'll take some pics if there's interest.
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I fitted one to my B2 cq with the 2526cc modified engine from GTi Engineering back in 1990, it wasn't listed in their advertising material but was a recommended performance improver for these and modified Mk2 Golfs for improved airflow - I was told about it when I rang for prices on a set of pistons - £91 each back then and seems a bargain now. Luckily the blue smoke was valve stem seals and guides which was much cheaper to rectify. It made a noticeable difference to the urge at higher engine speeds, I took it off when it was sold and still have it - I'll take some pics if there's interest.
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Apols for the delay, had to dig it out and take pics . . . . you can see it draws air from immediately behind the OS headlamp and doesn't have any heated air supply to it like on NA cars usually - to prevent winter icing. Think it's more of an issue with carburettor motors though.









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