Subscribed! I hope it goes as smoothly as possible for you, OP!
Thanks!yeah good luck with everything.:thumbsup:
I will have to check out their offering. Clutch packs are probably a must.Looks great zevion, i cant wait for more pics and info. When you have time, please post the spec of what you are putting in the engine.
I heard that hpa will launch their clutchpacks in 3 different stages now in march/april, you probably want to look into that.
I can set something up! Would be a good comparison.Sub'd! That first pic is :scared0016:
I pitty the fool that wants to run you after this is completed. Would be nice to see a MKV R32 vs. Lambo/Ferrari thread.:biggrin:
Good info, thanks. I agree, I think I find a weakness somewhere and the drive shaft might just be it.Hey Zev, I'm sure you have much more insider info then I'll ever have but an aquaintance of mine is one of the senior techs at the dealership where I picked up my car. I was talking with him while I was in for service the other day and he made a comment about a seminar he went to that spoke a good deal about the DSG and it's believed capabilities. According to what he heard, the engineering department behind the DSG is confident 600 ponies can be managed safely.
Your DSG will obviously be strained... but I've got my money on the driveshaft and beyond going first!!:thumbup:
It'll be interesting to see how far it can be pushed. And yes, there was a small leak. The car still ran fine, but we didn't notice it until we pulled the motor. It will be fixed of course.thank you for pushing the envelope and showing what can be done with the MKV and DSG
It looks like you had a little exhaust leak at the manifold to turbo