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    DCc retrofit on B8 132 Rline

    Hi

    Trying to get information about possible dcc retrofit on my B8 rline passat sedan. Already got proce for 4 controllers with suspension (1300$), harnes 200$...
    Need to know what else need to look and what cost would be involved in installation....
    So far, can't find anyone on Melbourne who would do it....
    Still looking....

    Any advice is welcome...




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    If you are in Sydney I would be able to retrofit

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    Hi

    Thanks for offer. Already spoke with vw specialist. Total cost qould be around: 4.5-5 K. Comparing what i am getting, cost is huge. Not worth to go into it.
    I plan to use this car and next time get my dream car - aerteon DCc retrofit on B8 132 Rline

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    Yes it is huge and expensive job if someone else doing for you. Very time consuming and hard job when upgrading on Non Factory cars. You need to dig whole car almost inside changing upgrading altering current wiring configuring factory setup is biggest pain! Changing complete suspension and installing properly transferring coils alone will take you 1x day .
    VAG experienced tech who done before DCC retrofit job , will need at least 2-3 days working 8-10 hours per day with no stoping , and still you may stuck into problems which need more days to finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cameleon72 View Post
    Yes it is huge and expensive job if someone else doing for you. Very time consuming and hard job when upgrading on Non Factory cars. You need to dig whole car almost inside changing upgrading altering current wiring configuring factory setup is biggest pain! Changing complete suspension and installing properly transferring coils alone will take you 1x day .
    VAG experienced tech who done before DCC retrofit job , will need at least 2-3 days working 8-10 hours per day with no stoping , and still you may stuck into problems which need more days to finish.
    That is reason i will not gonna go for it anymore...
    Thanks everyone for input.

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