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PostSubject: Mk1'er from kent   Tue Feb 21 2012, 09:43

Easy, Just joined the site after reading through a few threads regarding some problems I've been having. Seems you'v got some good, knowledgeable folk on here. So thought I'd do the right thing and stick my name down.

was going to put some photos up of my last and current VW but not aloud yet Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Mk1'er from kent   Tue Feb 21 2012, 13:02

How do fella,
I've a mate who's into his mk1s not that far from you, if you're after a pressure test kit then he will know where to find one locally.
I have access to a cis pressure gauge, just about any kit will do it.
I'll see if i can find a link to one for you.



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PostSubject: Re: Mk1'er from kent   Tue Feb 21 2012, 13:07


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PostSubject: Re: Mk1'er from kent   Wed Feb 22 2012, 15:19

Thanks for the reply. I did have a gander at that link you posted but as you say finding the gauge and a set of hoses should'nt be to hard. its the banjo fittings that are specific for the K-jet metering head etc. Cant understand why with so many cars in the Uk using Bosch/ K-Jet setups there is'nt a kit to do the job.
Spose I'll just save up abit and buy from the U.S.
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PostSubject: Re: Mk1'er from kent   Wed Feb 22 2012, 22:23

I'm sure if you bought a gauge and just the adaptor you need you'll be good to go, I'll have a chat with snap on man and see what i can come up with, I'd write like to have fuel pressure rest kit.
It's a shame you're in Kent or is say come use the o e I do.

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