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    Cool - it's a small world! Yep, SG9 STIs...

    Cool - it's a small world!

    Yep, SG9 STIs aren't cheap, that's for sure... and they are getting on in age.
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    Hmmmm… that username caught my eye. Former GT...

    Hmmmm… that username caught my eye.

    Former GT Forester owner by any chance, from back in the GTrydaz days?
  3. There was nothing 'jagged' as such - the internal...

    There was nothing 'jagged' as such - the internal finishing was pretty much perfect and no worse than any other inlets that I've seen on ebay. To be clear... there were no manufacturing defects.
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  4. Ah, good catch there Guy regarding the different...

    Ah, good catch there Guy regarding the different keys!
  5. No, there's definitely nothing defective about it...

    No, there's definitely nothing defective about it - it's a deliberate design/manufacturing choice. Many of the cheap versions don't have the bell mouth design, and instead there's an angled section...
  6. I bought an ebay/aliexpress cheapy and whilst it...

    I bought an ebay/aliexpress cheapy and whilst it fits perfectly and seems to be made well enough, the downside is that it didn't have a proper internal bell-mouth at the end where the inlet attaches...
  7. Love your work Guy! Nicely done indeed.

    Love your work Guy! Nicely done indeed.
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    Ah, I'm not surprised. Thanks for the info!

    Ah, I'm not surprised. Thanks for the info!
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    The key steps are drain, pump removal, filter...

    The key steps are drain, pump removal, filter cleaning, pump re-installation and refill.

    Most DIY kits include the necessary bolts and o-rings. I'm not sure if VW actually clean the filter... I...
  10. Even better... a walk-through with pics! This...

    Even better... a walk-through with pics! This applies to the Passat too.

    Running Cables Through The Firewall – Volkswagen MK7 Golf – AutoInstruct
  11. If you pull some of the carpet back up near where...

    If you pull some of the carpet back up near where it meets the glovebox, there's a rubber grommet which can be pierced to accommodate wiring. This is how the OBD2 wire for a JB4 is typically routed. ...
  12. Thread: 206TSI Mods

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    re: the Pikey mod, there is no need to open up...

    re: the Pikey mod, there is no need to open up the top of the grille as per the Golf.

    re: the turbo elbow, I ended up modifying it with a Dremel to achieve a smoother bellmouth transition into the...
  13. Thread: 206TSI Mods

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    The JB4 is plug and play - installation is the...

    The JB4 is plug and play - installation is the same as per a MK7 Golf. I did it myself. Running the OBD2 connection through the firewall via a grommet on the passenger side is the hardest bit. Plenty...
  14. Thread: 206TSI Mods

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    Welcome! It largely depends on what your focus...

    Welcome!

    It largely depends on what your focus (and budget) is.

    I've undertaken some mild 'tickling' of my 206TSI wagon as follows:



    JB4 plug-in piggy-back ECU (can be had for circa...
  15. The 206TSI with the DQ250 6 speed wet DSG does...

    The 206TSI with the DQ250 6 speed wet DSG does not use a timing belt. The 6 speed wet DSG was used in the 206TSI model prior to the recent facelift, which then moved to the DQ381 7 speed wet DSG.

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    Howdy - petemac110 from Sydney

    Hello everyone! I figured it was about time I joined this form after lurking in the background on and off for quite some time.

    I previously had a MY19 Skoda Superb 206TSI sportline as a work...
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