January 27, 2008 at 3:49 pm #3932
Balls – found the next issue-ette.
The mounting bracket to secure the angle-drive to the back of the block on the cable-change gearbox is substantially different to the rod-change gearbox. I don’t know whether the 2.0 block is any different to the PG motor bolt holes. I’m thinking the key issue is that there are two bolt heads that poke out of the angle-drive, which the mounting plate sits on, when it shouldn’t.January 27, 2008 at 4:00 pm #3933
I have a spare 02C transfer box bracket here, shall I get it in the post to you?
btw there is no way that the 020 one will fitJanuary 27, 2008 at 4:54 pm #3934
there is no way that the 020 one will fit
Well, there IS, but it’ll involve a lot of cutting and welding!
Yes, please do ship that bracket with the next lot of bits!January 27, 2008 at 11:01 pm #3943
Another night, another session. Mounted the underfloor pressure pump and the in-tank lift pump tonight, with the pipes and pump provided by Mr S. It all went rather well, which was nice.
The bitch part of this was the stupid pipe clip on the vertical part of the bodyshell – in about a 1-2cm space between tank and bodyshell. Anyway – I eventually got the old hoses out and the new ones in, along with the wiring for the pressure pump. The lines up to the front clipped in fine and were about the right length.
Now, can someone remind me – black and blue – which is feed and which is return?January 28, 2008 at 9:06 pm #3957
Black feed, blue return…
I did this today – the right hand one came out of the clip with a tug – the left hand needed screwdriver persuasion (and a good tug…)
Chris.January 30, 2008 at 1:14 am #3978
Further update tonight and good progress – several hours bracketeering in the workshop and the 2E throttle plate housing is almost ready to begin a new life of crime running Bosch Digifant with two microswitches, rather than the potentiometer of the 2E system.
Need more Argoshield and time.
I gathered together a load of crossflow pictures from VWVortex the other night. These are now here:January 30, 2008 at 4:14 pm #3987
Yay – have new bottle of Argoshield, so can continue with the second bracket tonight, hopefully!January 30, 2008 at 11:42 pm #3988
Completed bracketry to hold microswitches and plug:
Also blanked off the EGR valve hole in the manifold and acquired rather nice packaging from work to ship the head off in.February 1, 2008 at 9:22 pm #3993
Originally posted by Diamond Hell
I instantly thought of K-Jet as soon as I saw the fifth injector, too. I have a pick-up here that runs it, so I’m familiar with the cold-start circuits etc etc.
Would that be a 6th injector?February 1, 2008 at 11:26 pm #3994
Only on a nice 5-banger motor, Steve
[:p]February 8, 2008 at 2:31 pm #4049
I had a fairly industrious session the night before last.
The heater, dash and dashboard loom are now safely re-located in the car.
The Techtonics cam has also now arrived, which is nice. Apparently the ABF rad is now in at Vee W Services, ready for collection, too.
Spoke to the guy doing the head work earlier today and he’s received it and the flywheel (getting a lightened one) and it should be ready for collection by next Tuesday [:0].
I’ll be collecting the head and flywheel the weekend after this, so the items which will be outstanding are the bits due from Chris, some spacers for the prop that DannyP said I’d need (and he could get sorted, you listening, Danny?). Once this little lot shows up it’s going to be bolted together, really *gulp*.February 8, 2008 at 5:36 pm #4050
Spacers for the prop???February 8, 2008 at 8:38 pm #4051
Yes, the 02C gearbox dosen’t bolt straight onto a pre 90 propshaft, well it bolts up but it’ll trash the rubber doughnut and the drive flange on the gearbox once you start putting power through it.
the recesses in drive flange are as follows ( as far as I know )
passat syncro g60 22mm
90 spec syncro 22mm
pre 90 spec syncro 18mm
So you have an 18mm lug in a 22mm recess & put under load that is going to move about and trash ether the doughnut or the driveflange, so there are 3 options I see,
1) get a passat g60 doughnut and machine the propshaft end down to 18mm or
2) get a piece of steel bar, centerbore it 18mm, the turn the outside diameter down to 22mm then part off 3mm sections. fit the said sections onto the rubber doughnut on the gearbox side and sorted you have a nice tight fit.
3) find and fit ether a 90 speck front propshaft section or whole prop and rear diffFebruary 11, 2008 at 11:38 pm #4068
Anyone got any thoughts on the speedo cable on the Syncro gearbox versus the electronic speedo pickup on the cable-change box? Not essential, but nice to know how fast one is going.February 11, 2008 at 11:51 pm #4069
Yes take it out and use a normal G60 type speedo cable, I have a spare one here I will put in the next parcel unless you saved the Passat one?
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