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  1. Just replaced the cambelt - first thing I noticed was maybe 1cm of belt flapping at idle along the long length between cam & crank - is this a problem? Car runs fine, belt isn't whirring. Tightened to 90 degree twist on short length, just over 90 flapping length. I used the same brand of belt last change and found any tighter would cause belt to whirr loudly.
  2. Benjamin0365

    Hi all from Cornwall

    Hello all just joined a few days ago really looking for a roof rack for my 1992 polo mk2f, something like the photo if any has any ideas that would be great:) just advice on where to go etc. Sorry if this is posted in the wrong place aha
  3. So i have just swapped over the servo on my 91 GT, the servo was being dodgy and removing the old one revealed some major rust had taken hold on it. Anyway i've fitted a replacement servo, taken off a 2f, i haven't adjusted anything on this new servo. My car is running a rear disc setup, with VW2 fronts and a 22mm master cylinder, this has all been fitted for a couple of years and been working perfectly. With the new servo fitted, the brake pedal sits lower than the clutch pedal (they used to sit level), and the point at which the pedal goes solid is also lower. These i can live with, but the pedals new position is too low to switch off the brake lights, so they stay permanently on. I have taken apart the old servo, and the only adjustment i can see is on the master cylinder side, which would change the bite point, but not where the pedal sits at rest. Being honest i'm stumped, its like its not seated correctly on the bulkhead, but the three mounting bolts are tight, look even and none of it looks crooked. I have released the master from the servo to check its not that, and the pedal indeed is still incorrect with no master. I can only think i'll have to strip it off again and compare with the old servo/check its seating. But before i do, anyone have any bright ideas? Thanks guys
  4. Hello polo people, I recently rebuilt the head on my mk2f and replaced alot of parts but ever since iv owned the car it would rev up and then down and return to normal but after all the work it seems to be getting worse and now it does it more often, some times almost stalls and the oil light flashes then returns to normal. Only seems to do it when it starts to get hot. The only things I haven't replaced are the lamba sensor, coil pack, HT leads and the gaskets on SPI unit. Any help with this would be great, I want it running spot on for the Polo social.
  5. MonsterL35YFP

    AFH loom

    So hopefully in the near-ish future I want to convert my coupe 1.3 to afh 1.4 16v and i just want to fuel it with injection but I'm not sure about the wiring iv heard of a complicated way of splicing the looms with both the fuse boxs or something along those lines and iv also heard that you can make a loom using both engine looms with minimal wires just wondering if anyone can shed some light on which is the best way to do it and I really don't want to run it on bike carbs.
  6. Projordio

    Mk2f Breadvan project

    Hi guys, recently bought a mk2f breadvan and need some inspiration for wheels, suspension etc. I'll upload photos when I can.
  7. lewisbread

    Breadvan blackout trims

    Time Left: 1 month and 10 days

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Polo breadvan hard plastic blackouts for rear quarters one has small split at top one has more strip at bottom,but not noticeable when on car


  8. Hi are the 1.0L & 1.3 L single point injection units for a mk2f the same. I have a 91 AAU 1.0l . If not would anyone know the different part numbers please so I know which one to look out for , Thank you.
  9. My 92 breadvan has been a right pain the last 3 mnths, i've replaced loads but its still running poorly, so far i've replaced ,inlet manifold gasket,exhaust gasket, plugs,leads ,dizzy water temp sensor,lambda sensor, single point injector carb mounting flange,various pipes,air cleaner. ECU but still has same issue. It will start & tick over,drive lovely but once up to running temp around 80deg it starts to be like a kangaroo, really jerky till you stick foot flat on floor, also then won't tick over very well . Any ideas guys ,thanks. Its a 1.0L Cat model AAU Kev
  10. munson

    Mk2f front wings

    Time Left: 21 days and 22 hours

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Looking for a passenger side wing for my Mk2f as someone kindly crashed into it and drove off not bothered about colour just want a good straight set or the passenger one on its own cheers


  11. Mikecoupegt

    Mk2f coupe rear bumper

    Time Left: 18 days and 4 hours

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Looking for a mk2f rear coupe bumper in good condition. Live near gatwick. Will travel.


  12. willsalter1000

    Late 93/94 5 speed Mk2f driveshafts

    Time Left: 8 days and 9 hours

    • WANTED
    • NEW

    Doing a AFH conversion into a 82 breadvan, I'm wanting to use the AFH gearbox Looking for driveshafts from a late mk2f 93/94. I guess they'll need to be from a 5 speed car rather than a 4 speed Thanks Will


  13. Sam Quinn

    MK2f polo for sale

    Time Left: 5 days and 1 hour

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    1993 mk2F polo,MOT Until december, 90000 MIles, fully resprayed 12 months ago windows out, lowered 60-40mm, 1992 Route OZ alloys that were fully stripped polished, painted and lacquered, low profile tyres, plenty of tread left, Full stainless steel DECAT exhaust straight through with a false back box, full clear indicators, new discs new pads new rear drums and shoes new rear brake lines, new air filters, new front wings with no side indicators drilled, rubber steering bushes, spare rear shocks, spare bumpers, spare parcel shelf, immaculate inside, upgraded speakers in the front, aftermarket kenwood stereo with AUX, NON SMOKER from new, working sunroof and Desmos roof rack that has been fully restored and polished then lacquered with oak slats, "polo" mud flaps, new air filter, new ball joints, new track rod ends, new oil change done less than 2000 miles ago, , brilliant runner and good fun to drive and spare set of grey steel wheels unused recently refurbed and powder coated. Deposit secures and payment transferred via bank transfer,


  14. yopa89

    GT wannabe

    Hi everyone! I became a owner of some fine looking machine. It cost me 500 euros with two sets of wheels with winter and summer tires on them, and two original keys with alarm, GT interior with few parts missing, service book almost like new, custom made exhaust and 1.3 AAU engine inside. Whole car was repainted but I noticed rust in the few places but for that price I must do something myself I have bought third set of wheels, some BBS copy ACT wheel. 7.5J 15, ET 38. It fits perfectly with some yokohama 195/45 tires. I still need to get the car down for a bit and repaint those wheels. Here are some pics of the car.
  15. yopa89

    Cheers from Serbia

    Hi everyone. I'm Pavle from Belgrade, Serbia. Fresh owner of a polo mk2f breadvan and became a fan instantly. I found this forum in surfing through web sites and looking for some techical books and spare parts for my new family member. I already had some fun reading few topics and I hope it will be only better here in this century when all forums died. Cheers!
  16. Ed Morgan

    Mk2f 1.3 engine

    Time Left: 7 hours and 19 minutes

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Looking for a 1.3 engine for my mk2f project. Preferably the updated 1.3 engine. GT or not doesn’t matter.


  17. Tomp516

    Mk2f gt clocks

    Time Left: 1 month and 26 days

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Looking for mk2f clocks with rev counter


  18. harris.racing

    Mk2f - front hubs, late steering column

    Time Left: 1 month and 22 days

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Hey, After a pair of Mk2/f front struts. Don't need dampers or springs or drive flanges or bearings, just want the strut/knuckle.. whatever you want to call it. Also after a LATE Mk2f steering column (with the UJ at the bottom) Based in Coventry but can travel a bit or pay postage. PM me. Cheers, nick.


  19. Frankie505

    Fuel leak mk2f

    Hi I've recently bought a mk2f breadvan as a bit of a project. I've noticed it leaking fuel slightly after it's been running just behind the fuel tank. I'm not 100% what it is called where its leaking from but I think it's the external fuel pump? Anyway was hoping somebody could help me out on what it is and where I could get a replacement from. I have tried upload a picture but the file is to big apparently it is the small cylinder attached to the u shaped pipe. Thanks guys.
  20. Hi All Anyone know if the plastic arch trim from a Mk1 Caddy would fit a Polo Mk2F, in the description it says Golf>Caddy, I get the Golf arch is bigger, but the caddy and polo wheels show 13-15" where as the golf is 13-16" (according to wheel-size.com) https://www.vwheritage.com/171898700-wheel-arch-trim-set-gti-vw-spare I dont mind abit of time a heatgun work... I take it Mk2f repair panels are like hens teeth, and not really looking to do the Golf arch conversion or start learing to make an arch from a blank sheet 😕 chars
  21. Time Left: 1 month and 18 days

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Air flow meter and elbow from a golf gti. Fits a Mk2f GT engine. Just needs an airbox


  22. TommyC

    Mk2f petrol tank

    Time Left: 1 month and 18 days

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Was painted in white hammerite and fitted to my Mk2f for only a few months. Minimal rust.


  23. Time Left: 1 month and 18 days

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Used JOM rear springs and shocks taken off my last Mk2f polo. Think they are a 40mm drop. They were working fine


  24. Name: Adie Age: 32 Location: Hampshire Polo owner: 1992 Mk2 Facelift Coupe Genesis Previous car history: 306>306>Clio. Current Daily >Megane 2 Weekend/Ongoing Project> Land Rover 90 v8 1985 Hobbies/interests: Working on my house or in the garage to historic rallys in my Landy and MS platform to Raspberry Pi projects. Occupation: IT Consulting How did you hear about us?: Google, most valid info for me has been provided from here. The story so far: My next door neighbour’s father died and she was given a 1992 VW Polo Mk2 Genesis Couple 1.3 in Tornado red, 43K, one owner from new and most work by the same garage in wales. It is a pretty tidy car, inside is literally perfect, under the bonnet is top notch and no bad sounds from the engine or gearbox, front wings had rusted out at the bottom, but this was just the outer wing, hardly any rust overall it seemed… So the idea was to basically sell it on for her. So I started to prod around, to see what we had, what needed to be done and get an on-the-road price for her. Not long into this conversation a deal was made, basically, a lifetime of lawn mowing and hedge cutting for her in exchange for the car (she’s a great lass). So into my garage it goes, new wings ordered, discs, pads, traction control arms and ball joints. (Build thread to come, just a quick intro…) Whilst I was waiting for bits to arrive I started to clean-up under the bonnet, all original paint, no rust, awesome. Well, me being me, whilst I do like the Rat look, in my heart I like things like new. The body work needed one or two touch up’s, abit of prep and those little spots are now ready for a touch of paint. The paint was in a good state, Jan, the lady next door gave polishing a go, but may not have been used to the older paint styles and the outcome was bloomed, streaky and white ish. A bit of wet/dry and T-Cut would have it sorted. A day or two passed, in that time I had found ClubPolo.co.uk I am now at the stage of; doors off and prepped for respray, front wings fully prepped, fuel tank out… At the back of the car first, it appears the normal rust issues are here, fuel filler breather pipe to tank (one where the tube goes through a plastic pipe to the top of the tank) had rotted through, front of the rear drivers arch down to the sill had rusted and the metal fuel filler was rotted out at the bottom just before it goes into the fuel tank. Out comes Mr grinder along with Miss cutty and Miss flappy along with old wallis (the welder). So, another Mk2F project has been started, I don’t know where the endpoint will be, total restore, fun little run about or a hill/sprint car. At the moment I will look to get the rust sorted and back on the road. I like the idea of a little 1.3 55bhp run around as a daily, the Megan’s electric steering and overall bloat is boring and all these new ish cars are just over weight/bulky the more you have the more your just carrying around, yes I am a young ‘old man’, I get told it enough. I know that I will look to increase the performance after a while, at the moment I am not sure to go with the 1.4 16v switch or just work on the original 1.3, or something new, it being 2018, there must be some other options, I wouldn’t mind getting into ECU tuning, abit of Mega Squirt maybe, maybe just a standard 1.3 with 2 step launch control and train horns lolz. I will get some pictures together and start up a build thread. Hopefully I will be along to the social later this year.
  25. pepperplant

    Seeking my old Mk2f

    Hi guys and girls I'm hoping someone can help me. I sold my Mk2f polo back in late 2016/ early 2017. It was FOX coupe in blue that was originally 1.0 but I converted it to a 1.3 GT engine with some mods, Piper Cam, Bigger intake and a few other mods. I'm sure the guy who bought it off me was from eBay by the name of George. I'd love to have that car back as it was one of the nicest I have driven. If anyone has any information or can point me in the right direction I would be very greatful, Maybe even some pint money! If you could ask around any groups or friends that break polo's etc The REG is L468 SYJ and it is not taxed, MOT'ed or Insured Thanks again

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