Not masses to be honest, once the A/C pipes were out the way the bulk head needed tweaking. A top mount wouldn't have given this issue, but thats something to look into in the future.Matt B said:How much did you need to hammer out the bulkhead? I know mines tight in there but my turbo sits on top of the manifold.
Love seeing project threads so keep up the good work.
Only .64 so shouldn't be horrendous, I'm hoping. Lag is only 1 gear anyway, then the fun starts 8)V6RUL said:Sounds like a quick install, hopefully it will make you smile.
Hopefully you can live with the lag, unless you have a solution..
Rods are done.Matt B said:Have u done your rods?
I first went to the garage earlier in the year and any work done since on the car has been undertaken by Ben. Not expensive for an independent garage and if you compare them to a VAG specialist/main dealer then they are very reasonable. They also did the k04 conversion I had earlier in the year, as well as a downpipe fitting, rear brake upgrade, coilover fitment and a cambelt change/service.dbbloke said:It's a localish garage for me. Sounds like they are on the ball in so far as it's all got done super quick (normal time for me).
Are they expense? I guess once you've got it running and had it that way for a bit will tell if they are a quality company. Lets hope so, looks good so far.
I might have missed it but what vehicle is it on.
And are you letting them do the map?? Know a couple of people who got Revo then changed to WAK.
I was tempted to go to R-Tech as they seem to be about the best in the country when it comes to 1.8T's, but I did some map testing for s3TT (Dan) when I had my k04 put on the car and I was more then happy with the variety of maps I tried, so I shall probably go to him again.jamman said:Who is doing the mapping ?