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Just picked up this 1992 Polo here in the US. As you can see it needs a thorough cleaning, the previous owner had it parked in his driveway for sometime before I acquired the car. In its lifetime it was sent to a shop to have an AEB 1.8t swapped into it. Im new to Polos but certainly not new to VW. 👍
Drivetrain Audi/VW 1.8 20 Valve Turbo AGU Engine Code with 02A Gearbox (will come with full engine loom) £400 K04 Turbo £180 SAAB Red top 346cc Injectors £60 SFS Intake Pipe £80 Forge 008p DV £80 DriveShafts UK Custom Uprated Driveshafts £350 Rear Beam fitted with PowerFlex Bushes, 6n2 GTI Rear Disc Conversion with Brembo Discs and Pads £200 KW Variant 1 Inox Line Coilovers £400 Forge Front Mount Intercooler £100 K&N Air Filter with 3” VR6 MAF Housing £30 Custom 3” Stainless steel Downpipe and 2.5” Exhaust (incl backbox) £300 Vibratechics mk4 golf drivers engine mount £80 Exterior Hofele Quad Headlights £80 (condition is poor) Polo 6n2 Rear All red lights £50 FK Crystal Indicators £15 K&N Air Filter £40 Polo 6n2 Stubby Wing Mirrors £80 for Pair Japanese Polo 6n Bootlid £220 6n/6n2 Polo Hybrid Front bumper with GTI grills £220 Bonnet with Aerocatch Bonnet Fasteners £100 Interior Sparco 353 330mm Black Suede Steering Wheel £100 Cobra LTD Edition Black 4-Point Harnesess £100 Wiechers 6 Point rear cage with Harness Bar and X Brace £360 Carbon Fibre front door cards £160 Black Flocked Rear Doorcards £40 Black flocked roof lining, boot trim panel, Grab handles, sun visors, A, B and C Pillars £150 Carbon Fibre Mirror Triangles £40 STACK Boost gauge £60 STACK Oil pressure gauge £70 STACK AFR Gauge £80 Contact me on here or for a fast response text or call Mattie on 0780197095six
Yes the age old question of swapping a 1.8t into a polo but not any polo a mk2f polo. What im after is some advice about keeping the original clocks in the polo but running a 1.8t but I’m struggling to work out what I can do for a loom to get it all working correctly, ideally I need the obd port for possible remapping in the future and if the engines running rough. I’ve got both cars next to each other so it should make life easier but I doubt that 😂 It it will probably be easier if I bullet point my answers any advise is welcome Can I run 1.8T (AUM) on it’s own with out the immobiliser? Can I have it push butting start with out needing the key and clocks? Can I use the existing ECU? What driveshafts should I use? What brake setups are best for this? Would it be easier if I got a new pedal box because the AUM is DBW ? Thank you in advance Harley
Hi some of you might remember this car, it was originally Jamie1.8tpologti's. I bought it beginning of May last year as I've always wanted a 1.8t ever since I saw this very car when Jamie had it all those years ago. The spec is BAM 1.8t engine (done by TSR), mk3 golf tdi gearbox, custom 3" turbo back exhaust system, custom drive shafts, R-tec map running 270bhp, Hi-Spec 4 pot front brakes, Bilstein coilovers, Rota Grid alloys, Porsche rep front seats and false floor rear and smoothed bumpers. This is how it looked when I bought it. The main reason I bought it The wheels weren't my thing at all so decided to get rid and replace them with a set of OZ superturismo's, got these off ebay for £200. Tried them with the slicks just out of impatient-ness. Sold the slicks on and replaced them with a set of Nankang NS-2R's as the yokohama s-drives on the Rota's were just not giving enough grip. We had a club stand at CumbriaVag so wanted to tidy up the engine. Top is before and bottom is after. At CumbriaVag 2016 Painted the wheels black soon after CumbriaVag and that was that for 2016. Took it off the road over the winter, put it in my garage to start a on few things that had been bugging me. Like the intercooler pipe sticking out the driver's side grill, rusty wings, and a general tidy up. So started on the intercooler pipe, stripped the front end down including the slam panel. Removed the a/c radiator and pipes etc to free up some room to move the intercooler back 20mm. Cut the cooler pipe down and re-welded which gave me the room needed to have the pipe fully behind the grill. Also removed the wings and replaced them. Old wings Intercooler pipe back on One new wing on All buttoned back up Got a mate who runs a sign writing company and he sent me this through. I'm feeling the motorsport look and tbf the car is quick enough to pull it off. Taking inspiration form the Mercedes F1 team livery. It's not going to look exactly like this (don't really fancy a 'Brazzers' sun strip First thing was the arches Still got front splitter to make, sides to make and figure out rear spoiler options and give it a good clean. Back on the road 1st May.