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baker1983

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    Company cars and 2014 triumph daytona 675
  1. If I wasn't moving house this spring I would get it rolling road setup to its full potential but misses would rather I kept the £500 for house? and I also havnt got the time to hide the intercooler, started the bumper moulding but with other commitments just don't have time
  2. They are cool but looking for money my way due to a misses that likes expensive things for the new house
  3. I would consider part ex motorbike or car but money my way towards the new house Cheers all
  4. Figured it out! It's in cars for sale
  5. Make: vw Model: lupo MOT: sept Engine size: 1800 turbo Fuel type: petrol Description including modifications: 1.8t out of mk4 golf, rebuilt,vr6 clutch and g60 flywheel,3 inch custom full stainless system(no cat), k04 turbo,2.5inch front mount intercooler, needs a remap to get to 250bhp and bigger injectors and maf which I also have. 280mm g60 front brake setup, coilovers, Porsche teledials with brand new tyres,20mm spacer front,25mm spacers rear,recovered lupo seats with mk4 gti setup,boost gauge,oil pressure gauge,probably loads I've missed but check my posts and you can see some of the build. Ask for more info Location: Taunton,somerset Images: Price: £4000
  6. How do I go about advertising on here? Going to be moving house soon ao mite sell the lupo?
  7. Have a read through these,hope they help. My oil pressure light did the same but I'm thinking the instrument is programmed/timed to test it as mine just stopped beeping and flashing, I tried everything. ecu pin for the rev counter is 37, goes to the orange plug pin 9. for the speedo that comes straight from the speedo sender on the box and goes to the clocks via the 14 pin plug pin 3. unless you mean the ecu VSS feed? if so thats ecu pin 54 and goes to the orange plug pin 6. it wont work though unless you have/fit an MFA cluster and pop a pin into the 6 pin plug on the back of the clocks for it into pin 6. very rare for a mk1 to have this pin only runout cab have i wouldnt tap into the lupo clock harness, rather add the lupo engine loom plugs onto the 20v loom so it plugs in without having to splice. see my sig 6x1basicequipment for a lupo diagram, and 6x1xxxecu.pdf for the engine specific bits so looking at the aub ecu diagram the speedo wire comes to T14 plug in engine bay pin 13, then to T10b black plug inside car pin 3 revo goes to t10d red pin 8 vss to t10c blue pin 9 oil pressure t14 pin 9 in bay, t10d pin 6 inside car T10w - white 10 pin connector, in connector protective housing, on left in plenum chamber 7 - wht/grn - AUM/AUQ ECU pin 30 (unused) 8 - wht/red - AUM/AUQ ECU pin 48 (unused) - EPC fault lamp 9 - grn/pur - AUM/AUQ ECU pin 67 (unused) - crash signal 10- pur/yel - AUM/AUQ ECU pin 47 (unused) - Emmissions fault lamp Those are the pinouts used on other ecu but not sure if the wires are active on an AUM ecu. as for oil pressure if your wiring is good and you have the lupo switch all i can think of is clock fault, unless the old engine had an oil level/temp sensor? maybe scan the clocks for codes and check measuring blocks
  8. Just got to fabricate my own front bumper to cover up the intercooler, gets way to much attention and not very sleeper like
  9. Just ventured out on her maiden voyage 30 miles down no hic ups and everything still works and no screws left over Always a bonus One tick off the faster list done, not sure how quick late shape seat ibiza frs are but he was nowhere to be seen,didn't look to happy when I let him catch up! Hate to think what it's going to be like when running the correct map!
  10. Backs and base swap over piece of piss
  11. No mate, unfortunately not! Just stripped back of seat,no tilt mechanism on base
  12. Dash in! Just realised mk4 gti seats won't fit as there from a 5door so can't fold em, f**k sake
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