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  1. mk6matteo
    05-23-2013 05:26 PM
    mk6matteo
    Awesome, I was about to remind you. See you there!
  2. mk6matteo
    05-19-2013 08:59 PM
    mk6matteo
    Sick! Starts at 7, try to show up if you get the chance. Shoot me a PM on Thursday
  3. mk6matteo
    05-18-2013 02:53 PM
    mk6matteo
    Haha, damn. All I saw was your avatar with what looks to be Detroits so I began to assume. I work at the pizza place right across from the rink, actually. Are you into going to meets at all? Cool one in Northridge coming up.
  4. Refs_rabbit2.5
    05-17-2013 03:05 PM
    Refs_rabbit2.5
    Any meets in the sfv hit me up
    Jayfreddy1@gmail.com
  5. mk6matteo
    05-16-2013 02:18 AM
    mk6matteo
    Hey, I've never seen you around SCV. Where you usually at?
  6. grambles423
    11-05-2012 05:36 PM
    grambles423
    DSG Fluid can be bought anywhere from our vendors here on the forum. I Purchased mine from DBCPerformance for around $130ish.

    The DSG Tool I'm selling is for a homemade bottom fill system. The top fill method that I used simply uses a simple 1L Funnel from Walmart or Autozone.
  7. grambles423
    11-05-2012 05:29 PM
    grambles423
    You drain the old fluid intially (5L ish). Then you put the nozzle and drain plug back in. After filling the trans, you have to drain the overfill. That is where the nozzle comes in.
  8. grambles423
    11-05-2012 04:57 PM
    grambles423
    Ensure Trans is at 35-45*C
    1) Remove Intake
    2) Remove Battery
    3) Remove Filter Housing (24mm)
    4) Remove Filter
    5) Drain Oil from underneath (14mm allen)
    6) Once fluid has drained, remove 8mm nozzle and let drain
    7) Reinstall plug and go up top.
    8) Fill through the DSG Filter hole roughly 5L of fluid
    9) Install Filter
    10) Install Housing (15ftlbs)
    11) Install Battery and Intake
    12) Crank Car up and let idle until temperature reaches roughly 40-45*C (NO MORE THAN 50*)
    13) Remove drain plug while car is running
    14) Allow fluid to drain out until it flows no more
    15) Install plug with new washer (33ftlbs)
    16) Have a beer

    That is just the basis. Here is a good reference:
    http://www.myturbodiesel.com/1000q/m...ge-service.htm
  9. grambles423
    11-05-2012 04:55 PM
    grambles423
    I sure did. Its easy. I'll PM you the DIY that I quickly wrote up
  10. AdamSe7en
    10-29-2012 08:21 PM
    AdamSe7en
    I might just do that.

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