This really pissed me off. They only cost £10 so if it looks tired or squeals then change it. In the , the G60 engine was used only in the Corrado, and this was dropped in 1992 in favour of the newer, more powerful. This has been ported to within an inch of its life and every possible angle and corner had been smoothed and every opening enlarged…very cool! We grenaded a supercharger this weekend when the cog belt snapped, it looked really cool, shrapnel flying out of the engine bay. Stay clear of coolers from Golfs with air con as these sit on top of the engine and draw hot air from around the engine making them even more useless than the standard Corrado unit. You do not need to remove the bolt all the way. Aftermarket companies will also be able to make bespoke coolers and supply all the relevant pipework and these are likely to be a bit cheaper but tend to require some cutting to make them fit to the car.
For smaller pulleys - you must do rebuilds often, because supercharger works with higher revs. I looked at these new and remember them being a bit spendy. . Whilst the charger is apart it is worth considering having the upper chambers and exhaust ports flowed and enlarged to help the charger flow more air. I am planning on rebuilding my supercharger during the Christmas 1999 holidays.
The downfall of the Corrado was its price. Just to give you an example. G60 Rebuild Information I cached the numbers here because of the stability of the address. See also the for the numbering scheme. I broke mine with little effort.
But I don't know the procedure. I used a propane torch to heat the bolts up. We then re-build the charger using new stainless steel bolts to keep it looking good until it's next re-build. We advise doing this every 2-4 years if your G-Lader sees regular use, depending upon internal wear. You may need to support the charger slightly as you are doing this side. You should check your charger on a regular basis to determine how healthy it is. As std these are 6mm wide but should be replaced with an 11mm one £8.
To take apart the G-lader, there are 6 or 7 bolts, all needing a 6mm Allen wrench. It seems like everyone is trying to make a buck. If, the part numbers were not rubbed off of my kit. An extra pair of hands really come handy here. Take contact with them on the procedure of overseas ordering. It is essential that you never run a G60 with any kind of foam air filter.
Such a system requires a pump and reservoir but can be fitted very discretely. Copyright c 2000, Jan Vandenbrande. But we never cheat our buyers, and you won't be dissapointed. May want to cover up the hole in the block with masking or duckt tape if the engine has lots of loose dirt or it will be sitting there for a while. The oil seals are pushed into place and care is taken to ensure that the external seal on the main shaft is not pressed flush with the casing as fitting them to sit flush will obstruct the oil way that feeds the bearing. The strips arrive in sets but arrive slightly too long which allows rebuilders to trim them down to an exact fit.
English translation feel free to correct us! We are honest and we demand the same from the buyers. It should always be changed with the cam belt as a matter of course but this does not always get done. Find sources: — · · · · Technologies found in the G40 and G60 engines have subsequently been used in other Volkswagen engines. I may have missed a few. Not picking this up right away in Bentley, I dismantled the silencer to get at this bolt which you can really get at through the outlet of the silencer if you use an extension and a universal joint. They should only be replaced with the appropriate platinum tipped Bosch plugs. You will find the external air temp sender attached to this brake cooling duct on a Corrado and a few people have been known to move this up to the intake area to monitor intake temperature.
Spangly new charger being reinstalled in car Before starting the engine it is important to prime the charger by turning the engine over for 10 seconds or so on the starter motor Simply disconnect the hall sender to prevent the engine from firing. Do It Yourself Rebuild Not for the faint of mechanical skill The company which sells the parts is Jung GmbH in Germany. Removing the pulley first is faster because the rear bracket bolts are usually seized. These components were obviously beyond repair but looked worth keeping for entertainment value alone. Insured return postage can be arranged for £25. They should have the part in stock.
Also, please don't ask me to interpret why some of the data or reference numbers don't agree. The displacer and main and auxiliary shafts are now removed. If you retain the std airbox you need to cut a hole out of the bottom of it that matches the hole where the carbon canister used to sit. This really pissed me off. The oil return line rarely needs attention as it is a larger diameter, but it is still worth checking it for signs of damage. No need to damage the thread of the stud protruding once the nut has been removed. It produced a maximum rated output of 118 160 ; 158 at 5,800 rpm , and could generate a turning force of 225 166 at 4,000 rpm.