Andy's 91' 80q

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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:52 pm

Well... it runs... on starter fluid anyway. I finally got me a VEMS. I still have a lot more to go. Fuel system, Exhaust, plumbing and a catch can setup. Maybe more but I'm getting there.
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby themagellan » Thu Oct 25, 2018 10:40 pm

Very cool build looking forward to seeing it driving :)

Probably was cool on the S1 but probably going to smell awful in the cabin :hide:
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Fri Oct 26, 2018 6:58 pm

Thank u! It might. Yes, but I’m gonna find out.
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby Afterthought » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:09 pm

The intake , I’ve seen them (not in person but on the Internet ) must sound cool.
I don’t know if anything would come backwards through the intake or not .

I also have my catch can vented to atmosphere right now and that smells when the windows are down , like hot oil.

Pic borrowed from the Internet if a 10VT A2 cAr . I’ve seen this for sale in the overseas eBay but it’s $$$ like $1800 or more
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Tue Nov 20, 2018 8:49 pm

Wow. That intake is killer! I came across something that was shown to me
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They make it for the S2 which has a 24mm rack bar
I’m trying to get one for our cars which I believe is a 22mm according to them.
I need a 7A steering rack which I’m going to be putting in my car to take measurements from just to be sure.
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby FFF » Wed Nov 21, 2018 6:55 am

Cars coming along nicely - keep working you’ll get there!!


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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Wed Nov 21, 2018 9:13 am

Thank you! It’s been going on for about 17 years now. I finally got my VEMS and was able to get it started on starter fluid for the first time since 05’
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Wed Nov 21, 2018 4:15 pm

I can’t seem to get my micrometer in my 91’ 80q. But I have a 90’ cq that measures 22mm.
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I found a cq steering rack locally that will work with The factory 7a high pressure line and accommodate this bracket from Dynamic Motorsport Developments.
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:04 am

Well.... The bracket I made to hold the power steering pump is lined up with the a/c groove on the damper. Not the right one :wah: The factory 7a power steering bracket fits under the Wagner intake manifold but doesn't have enough travel for my liking. So.... I decided to eliminate the power steering all together. For now anyway.
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Sun Dec 30, 2018 12:50 pm

So I did some measuring on 3 different racks. On the picture above the red line signifies the first measurement. A VW fox manual rack bar end measures in millimeters 26 x 20. A 90' CQ measures 22 x 20. S2 measures 24 x ? and my 91' 80q measures 24 x 20. Wish I knew the other measurement for the S2's. So at this point I think my 80q is the same as the S2 because the other measurement isn't asked for when wanting a 22mm one. We shall see
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Mon Dec 31, 2018 6:12 am

Here is my catch can all done. I had to modify one to work.
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby Afterthought » Mon Dec 31, 2018 7:56 am

Nice that looks good . Hard to find a place to put that thing in a B2/b3 engine bay .
You running the crank case to it, no valve cover vent or suction ?
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Mon Dec 31, 2018 9:12 am

Thank you! Yes. The two blue -10 fittings on top go to the valve cover and the black 90 degree -12 on the side goes to the crankcase. It’s a modified vibrant performance atmospheric vented can.
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Tue Jan 01, 2019 12:47 pm

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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Tue Jan 01, 2019 3:15 pm

V8q thermostat housing is about 9mm bigger
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:22 pm

I used Dorman 46022 pcv elbow on my 01E breather to get past the steering rack so I could take on deeper water
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Tue Jan 08, 2019 7:20 pm

Well. I need a switched power source so I robbed it from the door chime relay and used it to trigger a relay so I could put a lot of accessories on it. I was able to repin a factory relay holder to accommodate what I needed. Then took another relay holder and drilled a hole in it so I could put a stud for power
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Re: Andy's 91' 80q

Postby rennenmsports » Fri Apr 05, 2019 7:44 pm

Instead of getting a $800 to $1500 all aluminum radiator that is bigger and fits I figured I would get a $260 Chinese Ebay one to modify. When i got it the inlet and outlet were an 1 1/4". I needed the upper inlet to be 1 3/8" like the 3B water manifold and the lower outlet to be 1 1/2" like the V8q thermostat housing I used. So I cut both the 1 1/4" inlet/outlets off and got some aluminum hose couplings trimmed down to be welded in place. Next was the bottom mount. It was only a 6mm x 1.00 hole. Its supposed to be a 8mm x 1.25 hole. So I cut that off too. I got some aluminum 8mm x 1.25 standoffs and cut them down to 11mm high along with some brackets to weld in place of the bottom mount and the side mount which didn't even exist in the first place. The only other thing it needed was a bleeder hole on the top which seamed to be there but was a closed ended hole. I guess China thought it was a mount not a bleeder. Once i get some pictures i will post them.
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