Dave sport tdci

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  1. Where are you getting your remap ? any review and are you getting it on a Dyno some thing I would like to get my tdci
  2. I've seen Mk2 st twist the drive shafts and create vibration on acceleration mainly big torque is your car a 2.0 tdi
  3. Pagid gets my vote for stock road brakes can't go wrong
  4. I think the stock turbo is quite big the head has the flow problems I think 150 BHP is maxing out
  5. Standard power 114 but with 13 years of crap in the inlet manifold you probably only have about 90 the first job on the tdci is looking at the egr and manifold next just make sure everything is working properly check the map sensor pipe hasn't split and all the boost pipe's are good and check the cam belt has been changed only then think about getting more power also the fly wheel are that great on the 1.8tdci so be careful not to over do it I've got a ron box on mine think it's running about 130 but never rolling road it
  6. I think they look for play in the steering it's not really bad but there is a little movement fingers crossed
  7. It's not bad But on another note I think my driver's side track rod end is knocking Hopefully it will pass the mot next month and I can get it done after only just had all the tracking sorted as well
  8. My low mileage 56 plate 1.8 tdci always felt jerky even when trying to drive smoothly I thought it was a bad gear box mount or it was because the diesel is a old design and very crude engine ? However after having my clocks re soldier it has felt much smoother and far better to drive Does your jerkyness get more noticeable in the summer or hot days ?
  9. Don't go mad with the degreaser just maybe one spray at the start as the gunk is quite sticky I used a long flat head drag it out and wipe it on a rag you can't see in so take pics as you go and you will see how much you are removing When you have removed the big bits use a microfiber cloth and a bit of spray to get the rest Don't push it back into the manifold as can cause serious problems with the turbo Also don't forget to take off the battery for a while for the ECU resets Good luck
  10. Best is to remove the manifold and give it all a good clean but I think getting it off is a real pain I used some degreaser and a flat head to drag most of it out and a rag just be very careful not to push it into the manifold or could cause serious problems Also when finished tack off the battery for a while to reset the ECU
  11. It's the pipe that is under the letter E if that helps the EGR is next to it that is where you want to get a pic
  12. If you remove the engine cover it's the pipe that looks like a L shape at the back of the engine that goes into your egr I'm not being rude but if you don't no where the pipe is and or the egr I think you would be better of going to a professional to fix your car
  13. No not loud but you should be able to hear it in the car when you turn the key off directly after tap tap tap tap tap as the valve opens and closes if not it will probably be stuck You can take the back of the egr and manual tern the flap You should get a pic of the inlet manifold remove the elbow pipe and take a picture what is the mileage ?