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

Better pic
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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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