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    1. 01-22-2017 04:25 AM #1876
      Anyone know what this vac line is for?

      It is to the left of the clutch pedal inside the car and goes towards the left.


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      01-22-2017 12:16 PM #1877
      Might be for the vacuum resovoir bulbs or for the cruise control. Those are the two things that come to mind.
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    4. 01-22-2017 04:41 PM #1878
      Vacuum reservoir bulbs? Can you explain more?


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      01-22-2017 06:08 PM #1879
      Quote Originally Posted by Swirved View Post
      Vacuum reservoir bulbs? Can you explain more?


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      Assuming you have a Mk2, it's this little plastic thing that looks like 3 tennis balls stuck together. It's located under the battery.
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    7. 01-22-2017 06:09 PM #1880
      It's a Corrado, sorry should have specified.

      Also anyone have a decent way to route the 1m long ecu vac line when using this manifold/elbow/throttle body setup?



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      01-23-2017 10:23 AM #1881
      Quote Originally Posted by Swirved View Post
      It's a Corrado, sorry should have specified.

      Also anyone have a decent way to route the 1m long ecu vac line when using this manifold/elbow/throttle body setup?

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      Couple things:
      • Are you missing the idle screw?
      • I ran my ECU vac line through the grommet that holds the ECU harness going into the firewall
      • For more vacuum line stuff, take a look at my routing diagram below. **Disclaimer: This vacuum routing diagram is a combination of the 16v and G60 OEM routings and may be different accoring to your specific build



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    9. 01-23-2017 04:57 PM #1882
      - Idle Screw? Not sure, but most likely yes lol.

      - That's how I assumed people went about it, just figured that 1 meter wouldn't be long enough to reach because of where the TB has been moved to.

      - Thanks for the diagram, but I have tried to make mine a lot simpler. I deleted the carbon canister, airbox, cruise control, AC, vac reservoir, and have cable operated heaterbox, all metal heater core.

      Basically I only have these vac lines.
      - ECU to TB
      - FPR to manifold
      - Brake booster to manifold
      - MFA to check valve

      The line in question has to be for like central locking, or something like that inside the car?


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      01-23-2017 05:03 PM #1883
      Quote Originally Posted by Swirved View Post
      - Idle Screw? Not sure, but most likely yes lol. Haha you might want that back

      - That's how I assumed people went about it, just figured that 1 meter wouldn't be long enough to reach because of where the TB has been moved to. It's a bit tight but it'll work. I'd recommend getting some new vacuum lines.

      - Thanks for the diagram, but I have tried to make mine a lot simpler. I deleted the carbon canister, airbox, cruise control, AC, vac reservoir, and have cable operated heaterbox, all metal heater core. Impressive!

      Basically I only have these vac lines.
      - ECU to TB
      - FPR to manifold
      - Brake booster to manifold
      - MFA to check valve

      The line in question has to be for like central locking, or something like that inside the cart? I just thought of what it could be. The brake and clutch pedals have little vacuum nipples on them that have a vacuum line attached so if either of those pedals are pressed, the cruise control disengages. Not sure how it's mocked up in a Corrado, but take a look behind your pedals (or above too) for a little white looking vacuum Y or I and that's it. Easy to remove with no detriment. If that's not is, report back and let us know!


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    11. 01-23-2017 05:09 PM #1884
      Those are part of cruise control and have already been removed. The line in question comes into the car to the left of the clutch pedal and instantly goes off towards the drivers side fender/door area behind the carpet. It's part of that mess of wires to the left of the fuse box above the front hood latch. I'm wanting to think it's for central locking and ties into the hard vac line that travels across the dash over to the pass side.

      Def going to be getting brand new vac hose for ECU to TB!

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      Edit: I do have a throttle screw, it's just hiding deep in the TB.




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      06-04-2017 10:39 PM #1885
      To put this in my 83 MK1 GTI i believe i'll need these:

      G60 Digifant control relay
      G60 Relays, fuel pump

      Anyone have the part numbers for them? i have i line on them but the guy wants to be sure he sends the right ones.

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      07-22-2017 11:14 AM #1886
      can i use AAN pistons with 1.8T rods and a G60 crank in a g60 block for my 16v g60?

      Does all that match up? i think the compression might be just slightly higher than a stock g60 but that probably just means i don't need to run such an aggressive charger pulley.
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      07-22-2017 02:03 PM #1887
      Quote Originally Posted by mikesvwcorrado View Post
      can i use AAN pistons with 1.8T rods and a G60 crank in a g60 block for my 16v g60?
      Does all that match up? i think the compression might be just slightly higher than a stock g60 but that probably just means i don't need to run such an aggressive charger pulley.
      G60 = 48mm rod journal
      1.8T 20V = 48mm rod journal but you would need rods from the AEB (or even 9A) to get the 20mm wrist pin required for the AAN pistons.
      As for CR , G60 if I recall was in the 24-25cc range. AAN is -7 to 8cc range but then you need to factor in what your head volume will be after installing valves (if you install valves) , machining the head and the head gasket thickness.

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      07-22-2017 10:27 PM #1888
      what tends to be the most common when starting with a g60 bottom end?
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      07-23-2017 03:18 AM #1889
      Quote Originally Posted by mikesvwcorrado View Post
      what tends to be the most common when starting with a g60 bottom end?
      Is this what you're asking?

      Block = PG
      Deck Height = 220mm
      Rod Length = 136mm
      Stroke = 86.4mm
      ROD RATIO = 1.57
      Bore = 81mm
      Compression Height = 40.8mm
      Wrist Pin Diameter = 22mm
      Displacement = 1780cc

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      07-23-2017 01:11 PM #1890
      Quote Originally Posted by northendroid View Post
      Is this what you're asking?

      Block = PG
      Deck Height = 220mm
      Rod Length = 136mm
      Stroke = 86.4mm
      ROD RATIO = 1.57
      Bore = 81mm
      Compression Height = 40.8mm
      Wrist Pin Diameter = 22mm
      Displacement = 1780cc

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      No. i was asking what is the most common piston / rod / crank combo is when starting with a PG block. or do most people just go with the BBM pistons with stock g60 rods and crank cuz we know they'll work.
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      07-25-2017 01:39 AM #1891
      Quote Originally Posted by mikesvwcorrado View Post
      No. i was asking what is the most common piston / rod / crank combo is when starting with a PG block.
      81mm x 86.4mm = AAN pistons w/ new rings all day long

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      08-02-2017 09:48 PM #1892
      with the G60 rods and crank?
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      08-03-2017 03:45 PM #1893
      Quote Originally Posted by mikesvwcorrado View Post
      with the G60 rods and crank?
      G60 or any 1.8 crank and the superior 144 mm non G-60 1.8 rods.

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      Probably the slowest 16VG60 build. But made some good progress:



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      09-14-2017 12:21 PM #1895
      Quote Originally Posted by JBETZ View Post
      You need to take 6mm off.... we do it to the ABA 2.0L pulley. Not sure how the G60 unit would turn out. You also need to insert a billet machined ring into a counter bore or the pulley will not run concentric.
      We sell them already done here.
      We can also modify a used ABA pulley for $39 + sh
      Here is a new one ready to bolt on.
      Do you see the precision ring inserted...?
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      i saw this post from a long time ago. do you still machine down ABA dampener pulleys to fit over a 16V crank pulley and line up to a G60 setup? i think it needs like 6mm machined off.

      I'm putting it in an MK1. no V belt due to no power steering. Already have a serp waterpump pulley.

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      "You need to take 6mm off.... we do it to the ABA 2.0L pulley. Not sure how the G60 unit would turn out. You also need to insert a billet machined ring into a counter bore or the pulley will not run concentric.
      We sell them already done here.
      We can also modify a used ABA pulley for $39 + sh"


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      09-14-2017 11:20 PM #1896
      Quote Originally Posted by mikesvwcorrado View Post
      I'm putting it in an MK1. no V belt due to no power steering. Already have a serp waterpump pulley.
      IMHO Do not use the ABA pulley. Last ABA left the factory over 20 years ago. Most of those crankshaft pulleys are worn out and cracked.
      If it was me , considering you are not running power steering , find a 1.8T crankshaft pulley and machine up a 6.2mm spacer (use the hub off the back off that ABA). Any machine shop should be able to take care of you.

    24. 10-30-2017 03:53 PM #1897
      Dear Friend:

      I am readindg many topics in the Forums, but many images can not see. Please what is the solution?

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      05-16-2018 02:07 PM #1898
      i have my G60 head gasket still and i notice a couple imperfections in the line up of the 16V head to the G60 block. anyone else see this when they did their build? Don't have a 16V gasket so not sure the differences with that one.

      Mainly i'm looking at the one i circled, but alignment is a little funny on the edges too.

      reason for concern?



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      06-14-2019 09:59 PM #1899
      Quote Originally Posted by mikesvwcorrado View Post
      reason for concern?
      No
      You are using a later style block with an early style head. The small circle is for the anti-drain back valve / one way valve in the oil filter housing which your cylinder head does not have provision for. It is not a big deal since you will still be supplied oil from the primary channel.

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