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Jay's 13' Wolfsburg Build

Gunkata

Go Kart Champion
Had RS3 before these, they discontinued those and replaced with the RS4

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indeed

There's much better street tires out there. These have a very stiff sidewall and take some heat in them before they start gripping.
+1

these (extreme perf) tires are more performance dedicated for track/autox, etc. You can def street drive them, but they will be louder and wear quicker than say a max summer perf tire.
 

Blakcard

Go Kart Champion
Finally got around to working on it. Valves looked really good for 85k miles. Still did a quick carbon cleaning on it.

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what is that thing with the red over lower left in the engine bay?
 

jay745

track sl00t
Finally got to finish it and just in time. Dropped down to 20 degrees and I was only running water with no coolant. Manifold and water pump were kind of a pain to get off. I was shocked at how clean my valves were. Water/meth and hooning ftw. Did a carbon cleaning regardless. New grad aluminum water pump on, new manifold and pcv gaskets, and new injector seals.

Had a bit of a scare on the first startup, was misfiring and wouldn't stay running. Realized quickly that I forgot to plug in the manifold plug for the boost tap o_O

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torga

Drag Race Newbie
many say it's not necessary but honestly I think it would be a nightmare job without removing the manifold.
That seems to also be the consensus of what I've found online, but I wanted your opinion too since you're really handy with this stuff. Just doing some preliminary research for when mine inevitably goes.
 
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