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Old 22-05-2012, 20:06
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OK, finally something has been done

I got the bolts and nuts from the roll cage and the door locks chromed




bought some cardan shafts (Golf Mk5,Golf mk4,Audi TT 8n)




and glued the dash back together







and then cut and glued the other parts that needed fitting
















and at the end how should the interior look like







only maybe without the navigation
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Old 02-06-2012, 23:00
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Well finally I received the last batch if nuts and bolts that went to chroming




and so the work can continue

mounted the front and rear axle, and started on the measuring the propshaft
















so everything looking good
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Old 03-06-2012, 12:44
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This is one hell of a project! Respect for all the work and efforts to take this into an outstanding car!
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Old 09-06-2012, 22:11
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Made the propshaft bolt on the original Rallye propshaft holders







I also did a little intervention on the rear axle because the propshaft was a bit off center




then unscrewed the fenders and put a special plastic sealant strip that I bought from the dealer







and then screwed them back on with the new screws and special intermediate zinc plates (they are used so you don't scratch the color )




then installed the drivers seat . The codrivers will have to wait because I haven't received the seat rail for the seat




after all of that I assembled an BWA engine that I had in mu garage with the quattro gearbox and fitted that on the Rallye










there is enough space for a GT3076 I think




and from under the car




there is one problem that will need to be solved
the gearbox as fitted is very close and will hit the front axle




and when the car will be on its wheels ...should look something like this:




then the oil pan will be around 11sm from the ground Dont know if it will be a problem




as you can see its almost the same height as the front axle
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Old 16-06-2012, 20:59
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The lower engine mount finished







and the roll cage painted and half mounted










Still waiting for the big update
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Old 17-06-2012, 03:42
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then the oil pan will be around 11sm from the ground Dont know if it will be a problem




as you can see its almost the same height as the front axle

That's not bad at all. It's not even the lowest point on the car.
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Old 19-06-2012, 17:37
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The lower engine mount finished







and the roll cage painted and half mounted










Still waiting for the big update



i think you will have a problem with the gearbox lower mount . the mount should have at least 2 rubbers in order to work properly . the way you fixed it in the subframe it will brake at the first start of the car. i hope i am wrong but give it another thought before you get on the road.
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Old 19-06-2012, 19:52
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I also thought of that and I was thinking of using the MK4 lower mount but leave that aside time for this:

Finally
My big update

Today I bought this:







a 2010 Seat Leon Cupra R

and the hart for the Rallye





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Old 19-06-2012, 20:07
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Nice!
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Old 20-07-2012, 18:54
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Nothing much done on the car at this time
I tried to clean the gearbox but couldnt so I sandblasted it







installed a new hydraulic clutch pump




then installed the gearbox on the engine and in the car it goes







I started conecting the water hoses and other stuff to see what needs to be modified and when I came to the gear selector :P
I had to drill some nasty holes to get that thing in the right position and length. I used the Audi TTs gear selector because as far as I know it has the longest cables
















and it will be tight on the front end but I think I will manage to get the S3 IC and water cooler in there. If the MK5 GTI water cooler fits in there I was thinking of ordering the Mishimoto one and the Mishimoto fans







Closed some of the cable holes




bought an Golf MK4 lower engine mount




and started cutting










and then made this:







and then the final product







and the mount on the engine




also bought the RS4 ignition coils for my engine







Moore to come :wave:
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engine support looks good!
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Old 30-07-2012, 19:50
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Finally everything I need for my rear brake set up




CNC machined adapters :













2sm H&R spacers






















And the finished product


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Looking good! (again)
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Old 30-07-2012, 22:09
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Thanks !!!
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Old 01-08-2012, 23:06
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OK ... I found some time to play with the rear ABS sensors:

First I made a ring so I can get a little space




and i got this:




tried this but this way the sensor is short




then started making space so I could push the ABS sensor from the inside out




but this way the sensor came out too much







and then decided to do some cutting so:




and got this:







the only problem will be the fixing the ABS sensor ... but with all the glues out there I thing It's possible




If someone doesn't understand what I am trying to do :




also the calipers and adapters are in filler and painted :














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Old 14-08-2012, 23:08
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Still waiting for the big stuff but here is some small updates:

A little touch of Carbon







the rear door magnet motor (will be opened with this)







Because I will be going for stage 3 I mounted the RS4 injectors







rear brakes done only waiting for the logo







Golf MK5 GTI wiring




chopped up




and the garbage


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Old 16-08-2012, 21:29
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Amazing detail
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Old 02-09-2012, 22:41
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OK finally something getting done




wires for the Haldex all sorted out( The wiring is from a Golf MK5 GTI)




set an MK5 R32 power distributor ... because mu battery will be at the back of the car










the inner wiring







and finally after 3 months of waiting and a set of lost seat rails here they are...




I also bought an K&N filter cone




Many more parts bought and on they way from the US... it will be a long wait
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Old 02-09-2012, 23:05
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i hate wiring....

And i think i've said this before, but i hope you're not keeping track of your receipts.. The amount of new goodies that are going into this thing are insane.
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