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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu May 12 2011, 19:45


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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu May 12 2011, 20:12

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu May 12 2011, 20:39

Awesome vid cheers dude...

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Jun 08 2011, 14:52

Thought I would update a lil more.

Above vid from Lee is from our trip to Peter balwins rolling road again for a tune up before doing the 2k journey to Worthersee - 205bhp this time scratch Cool

Before this I was still having a problem with oil dripping onto the clutch from the 2y box! FUN, had to pull gearbox again and fitting all new seals this time from VAG as it would appear the GSF one was Shite like most of their parts....





All sorted now and clutch seems excited fine...

Also decided to clean carbs as Lee had just done his and thought it would be a good idea after the overfueling problems I had when running solid top mounts hissy fit - I did it first time with just a can of carb cleaner but must have got some dirt in there somehow as they ran like s**t after Evil or Very Mad Decided to do again and stripped EVERYTHING off and took them to my work to blow through with air hose. Put them back together and they are all good now. Added some new hoses too as others started to perish.




We then went to Balwins for tune up as I also put on a new Dizzy so timing needed sorting...




I then decided to pull my finger out and sort the rear which I had been meaning to do for ages althought is still work in progress when the NOS is installed over next couple of months....





Finally, I did a full service on her and robbed these little beauties off my old G60 to help on the track...




Worthersee pics/vids coming soon but added a few stickers on the journey wave





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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Jun 08 2011, 18:50

Looks so sweet Smile just out of curiosity, what pressure do you run your fuel at to run the carbs? I've got the same carbs on mine and I'm looking to run the engine up this weekend and could do with a rough guide to what pressure to set it up at. Any help would be cool Smile
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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Jun 08 2011, 19:36

Hi and thanks

Run them at 3psi... Book yourself a rolling road to get them setup right in terms of main jet size and timing. Mixture wise, unscrew all around 3-4 turns but again you will need rolling road/gas analyser to do correctly. Good luck and enjoy Thumbs up

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Jun 08 2011, 19:55

Ah cool, cheers. I'll definately be booking it in for a rolling road session once I've got it on the road Smile
I look forward to the worthersee pics Wink
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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Jun 15 2011, 15:17

Thanks to Lee & Gem for a few pics from our trip...



















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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Jul 27 2011, 19:40



Taken by gem with my Iphone4

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Tue Sep 27 2011, 15:29

Going to bed now until Worthersee wave

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Tue Sep 27 2011, 20:52

MK1G60 wrote:
Going to bed now until Worthersee wave

i think thats where most of them will be!!! lying dormant waiting to jump out lol Wink
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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Tue Nov 29 2011, 16:15

Just woke the old girl up and had a fiddle affraid under the bonnet, inlet manifold is off....

Got myself a new wheel



AND some grippy tyres...





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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Nov 30 2011, 08:36

Would that be a button for NOS on the steering wheel? Wink

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Nov 30 2011, 08:55

Awesome wheel dude I had one in my Golf for a bit albeit one with more dish.

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Nov 30 2011, 11:33

Yes Mike, yes it is....

Cheers Lupton...

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Wed Nov 30 2011, 11:34

MK1G60 wrote:
Yes Mike, yes it is....

Thumbs up Thumbs up Thumbs up

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu Apr 05 2012, 19:10

Wakey wakey....

Gave the neighbours a rude awakening yesterday after a quick oil and filter change! Rattled a few things off my shelves too Thumbs up

So she's running again but I have had to roll the arch's to clear the balloon tyres! Managed to dent one rear - Mark HELP!!!! but others are OK although shes guna need paint at the end of summer I think.

Also, new brakes alround - waiting on rear shoes and cylinders before I bleed through with new wilwood fluid...






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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu Apr 05 2012, 19:33

Gem just said yuck! lol

Hope ya plan to paint the rimz mate, maybe pink lol

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu Apr 05 2012, 19:42

or sell me those wheels Cool
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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu Apr 05 2012, 19:56

lol you and lee making your cars better for germany, im just trying to make mine capable of getting there slaphead
lol!

course texture wheels? quick and easy transformation Very Happy , only joking dude, they look ok in white tbh
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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu Apr 05 2012, 20:03

lol! mark

You'll be doing the same this time next year Wink

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Thu Apr 05 2012, 20:28

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Gem just said yuck! lol

Hope ya plan to paint the rimz mate, maybe pink lol

lol What's up Gem? You don't like my new rimz?

How rude!

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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Sat Apr 14 2012, 21:16

The ONLY time I will be behind Mark wave


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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Sun Apr 15 2012, 11:02

Nice brakes man she will be a awesome track weapon Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: MK1 1.1 > 2l 16v bike carb'd   Sat Apr 21 2012, 08:38

Cheers Phil...

Just had the alignment sorted - went with a little toe out, just need a bit more testing with camber now....


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