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Any Factory & Aftermarket 2L Golf conversion info
10-11-2011, 12:17 PM
Post: #21
Re: Any Factory & Aftermarket 2L Golf conversion info
Hi guys

May someone in the know plz enlighten me om the following matter regarding 2.0i mp9 conversion,

Will one need a new pump for this or the 2.1i fuel pump will be good enough, some guys say the Mp9 system needs a lot more preassure than the old Kombi pump can make.
If so, where can 1 get 1 and wher on the bus should it be best mounted since on the golfs its inside the fuel tank.

Tnx guys

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10-11-2011, 12:39 PM
Post: #22
Re: Any Factory & Aftermarket 2L Golf conversion info
The 2.1 pump would work fine , the MP9 system has fuel pressure regulator on the side of the fuel rail Wink I have MP9 Harnass with computer boxes @R2500-00
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10-11-2011, 01:39 PM
Post: #23
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Splitfan Wrote:The 2.1 pump would work fine , the MP9 system has fuel pressure regulator on the side of the fuel rail Wink I have MP9 Harnass with computer boxes @R2500-00

Very good price... I got smoked Sad
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10-11-2011, 04:03 PM
Post: #24
Any Factory & Aftermarket 2L Golf conversion info
You still got a fair price Herms, the accessories to run the mp9 are the expensive things ie. Throttle body, maf sensor

2.6i Syncro Doka 1984
2.5i SSA PlayBus Syncro 1989
2.5i Factory 5 Cylinder Syncro 1991
2.0i Cox Camper Syncro 1989
2.0i Big Window Syncro 1992
2.6i 2WD Doka 1986
1.9TDI Golf Syncro 1991

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10-11-2011, 06:15 PM
Post: #25
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deanace Wrote:You still got a fair price Herms, the accessories to run the mp9 are the expensive things ie. Throttle body, maf sensor

Did not refer to you or the kit I bought from you, I also got a Gotech ECU and Wiring from a another Syncro owner that upgraded his 2.0l to bigger motor.

I want to do a comparison between the 2. The previous owner of the Gotech said it ran perfectly, around 9km/l and never gave any issues.

For the price of a manifold gasket I can swop between the 2 setups.
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10-11-2011, 07:41 PM
Post: #26
Re: Any Factory & Aftermarket 2L Golf conversion info
That is a good price but as Dean says all the bits around it are hard to find and expensive. add a dizzy, R1000-00, maf sensor at least R700, throttle body R 850-00, injector rail R1000-00, coil pack at least R 750-00 for a good used one and suddenly you are at 5k

as for go-tech, some are great and some just don't seem to be what is claimed. i always like to drive the thing first, that is why we stick to mp9, simple easy and fixable.

here are some pics of a long block AGG motor with a Remtec installation and Mp 9, we are just finishing it for a customer. just need to build a skid plate and sort an exhaust manifold leak out.


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10-11-2011, 07:52 PM
Post: #27
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Thanks for loading the pics Stuart, always like to see different layouts.

Any ideas for where I can loacate the ECU, was thinking of putting it behind the cover that hides the aircon pipes and electronics on the lefthand side in the back. Keep it dry and cool.

Does the engine bay head affect the ECU at all?
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10-12-2011, 07:32 AM
Post: #28
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hi Herman

the location of the ecu depends on your harness, lay it out and see where it will go, we have had no hassles with them in the engine bay. they are fairly robust and can survive dust etc,

stuart

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10-12-2011, 07:31 PM
Post: #29
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Hi Herman

Since you and i understand jus how hot the vw-mp9 stuff is here in EC, my advice to you would be to have it as hidden and secure away from prying mongerel eyes otherwise sum1 will b shopping on yo syncro-ecu, a friend of mine has had a terrible experience with his citi golf while it was at the spray painter in despatch, we towed it there, and we removed the battery thinking it was the first thing 1 was likely to lose, but hell we were super wrong.

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10-16-2011, 09:03 PM
Post: #30
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What management do the 2.1 boxer come with?

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