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    1. Member Issam Abed's Avatar
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      05-25-2005 10:51 PM #76
      Has anyone running an 8V or 16V placed a rubber plug on the heater core outlet @ the rear of the head?

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    3. 05-26-2005 04:50 PM #77
      i dont understand your questions?

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      05-26-2005 05:26 PM #78
      Quote, originally posted by purple-pill »
      i dont understand your questions?

      Hope this explains my poor english...

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    6. 05-26-2005 06:32 PM #79
      internals?... what about the internals?.. .
      might of missed it in the reading.. but are they stock?..
      if so.. can i borrow some your magical genie powers?

    7. 05-26-2005 08:38 PM #80
      Quote, originally posted by Wizard-of-OD »
      Has anyone running an 8V or 16V placed a rubber plug on the heater core outlet @ the rear of the head?

      are you meaning the heater core outlet at the firewall? cause my head does not have an outlet @ the rear of head....unless your are talking longitudinal it does
      you can just tie the two together..or by pass it some way.
      If this answers your question paypal me 10$ @ [email protected] thanks in advance...

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      05-26-2005 11:06 PM #81
      Quote, originally posted by purple-pill »
      are you meaning the heater core outlet at the firewall? cause my head does not have an outlet @ the rear of head....unless your are talking longitudinal it does

      No I mean the outlet @ the rear of the head shown in the picture below.has anyone who has done this before (if they did it) noticed any problems afterwards?

    9. 05-26-2005 11:16 PM #82
      do u mean the blue nut area?? i am feeling real stupid right now...

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      05-26-2005 11:19 PM #83
      Quote, originally posted by purple-pill »
      do u mean the blue nut area?? i am feeling real stupid right now...

      where the line for the water cooling is coming from.

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      05-28-2005 12:02 AM #84
      If you're talking about the AN line running out of that flange that would normally go to the heater core.. well you don't need it if you don't have a heatercore. So, just don't have it. If you're talking about something else, clarify.
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      05-28-2005 12:14 AM #85
      Quote, originally posted by need_a_VR6 »
      If you're talking about the AN line running out of that flange that would normally go to the heater core.. well you don't need it if you don't have a heatercore. So, just don't have it. If you're talking about something else, clarify.

      well yes I know it goes to the heater core and the heater core goes to the return on the water pump.I want to place a rubber stopper on that flange (yes the one with the blue an fitting)

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      05-28-2005 10:57 AM #86
      most likely it will leak or burst over time. If this is for an 8v or a 16v there are other flange options that have only one outlet to go straight to the rad. I have no part numbers ubt look on rabbits or older a2s they have it

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      05-28-2005 03:49 PM #87
      Building a motor that puts out enough dyno HP to run 9s and actually running 9s are two different things. Looks good, now lets see how she performs on the track. What tranny are you using?

    15. 05-28-2005 08:49 PM #88
      Quote, originally posted by Wizard-of-OD »
      well yes I know it goes to the heater core and the heater core goes to the return on the water pump.I want to place a rubber stopper on that flange (yes the one with the blue an fitting)
      I would recommend looping the lines. I wouldn't advise capping it!

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      05-29-2005 02:05 AM #89
      Quote, originally posted by ranzuo »
      Building a motor that puts out enough dyno HP to run 9s and actually running 9s are two different things. Looks good, now lets see how she performs on the track. What tranny are you using?

      Wow you hear that Joel I believe this kid is calling you out!!! What you have to say to that???
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    17. 05-29-2005 09:08 AM #90
      auuu....yawns. atleast he is correct in his assumption..most of its life was 020. then switched to 02a.

    18. 03-28-2006 04:36 PM #91
      Quote, originally posted by easy-dubs-it »
      internals?... what about the internals?.. .
      might of missed it in the reading.. but are they stock?..
      if so.. can i borrow some your magical genie powers?
      DONT PM THIS ACCOUNT!! I RARELY CHECK IT!

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      03-29-2006 10:58 PM #92
      wow look at this thread back from the dead
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      03-29-2006 11:17 PM #93
      Quote, originally posted by lugnuts »
      wow look at this thread back from the dead

      You raised your rates?You little beady eyed sob.

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      03-30-2006 02:11 PM #94
      1 year later and a ton more hp...

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      03-31-2006 08:51 PM #95
      my eyes only looked beady because of my glasses
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      03-31-2006 11:00 PM #96
      Quote, originally posted by lugnuts »
      my eyes only looked beady because of my glasses

      When do we get to see pics of the new improved bugnuts?Is that how you finally had sex?

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      03-31-2006 11:02 PM #97
      189whp/hole, but only 37.8/valve?

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      04-01-2006 04:35 PM #98
      sorry haha, we'll try better next time
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      04-01-2006 05:07 PM #99
      Quote, originally posted by Wizard-of-OD »
      well yes I know it goes to the heater core and the heater core goes to the return on the water pump.I want to place a rubber stopper on that flange (yes the one with the blue an fitting)

      For what its worth,I capped the outlet @ the rear of the head with a 6-AN fitting and had that as a water cooler tap/line for the turbocharger.Also capped the bottom outlet on the water pump with a rubber bung eliminating the heater core loop.

    27. 11-18-2007 11:15 AM #100
      BACK FROM THE DEAD.....

      what happened to this motor?
      DONT PM THIS ACCOUNT!! I RARELY CHECK IT!

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