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Old 28-11-19
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I also did a little beauty to the engine protection, it's not too bad, compared to what it was



The rendering, is really cool, it's supposed to be resistant, I'll see in time what it gives



have a nice day guyz
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I also did a little beauty to the engine protection, it's not too bad, compared to what it was



The rendering, is really cool, it's supposed to be resistant, I'll see in time what it gives



have a nice day guyz
Looks good!
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Old 29-11-19
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I received this from Germany this afternoon



As soon as arrived and put them on , but I was expecting something better

Then, still this afternoon, I repaired my intercooler leak



I asking myself , how the previous owner did that



I tried to straighten everything, with what I had as tool



and the other side



Tonight everything is clean and reassembled , and test drive the car , all is okay ......well almost
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it's been 3 days that I have the engine light on .

No loss of power, the vehicle is working very well, and tonight I went to diagnose the car

And this is what i have



So tomorrow , i will check the swirl valve vaccum , wiring , relay etc etc .

If you have ideas, I'm interested
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Looks like you’ve got a nice shorty.

If you’re planning any sort of off-road driving, I would strongly suggest you consider replacing the factory intercooler guard with an aftermarket one. The factory one is thin and soft meaning that the intercooler is extremely vulnerable to damage.

In Australia, most go for Boo’s or Bushskinz guards but there are other suppliers that you may be able to access locally.
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Looks like you’ve got a nice shorty. Merci beaucoup
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If you’re planning any sort of off-road driving, I would strongly suggest you consider replacing the factory intercooler guard with an aftermarket one. The factory one is thin and soft meaning that the intercooler is extremely vulnerable to damage.

In Australia, most go for Boo’s or Bushskinz guards but there are other suppliers that you may be able to access locally.
Thankx for these advices Geopaj
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Old 30-11-19
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I received my shocks today


they cost me 320€ , including delivery fees and customs , I was interested in the Bilstein, but it was just off budget ( 600++€) .

doing the job was not very difficult


The shocks had 12y.o


Dashcam installed too


For my engine light (P2009) , MAP sensor is okay , and MAP vaccum cleaned , no problem from here.
The swirl valve is not blocked on manifloyd , vaccum lines okay , vaccum from pump okay , the problem seems to be the swirl valve solenoide , no vaccum from there to control the valves ......

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P2209 Problem solved , this part was faulty


In the middle of decembre , 200K kms on the clock


and us style lights (orange)

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