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    • Well, this weekend was time to change the gearbox fluid (easy work here) by this.

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      I already had one (the bigger one) and I had to buy another two more just in case I need it.

      Next work, a little brake bleeding using my special bleed tool. :D

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      Last work, clutch bleeding (I’m go to explode at this point). Holy sh** do this. I have to stop because I get very angry, everytime I try, pedal to the floor or a bad pedal feeling (1/2 of the travel is dead)

      I did not remember, but I did the same task a year ago, and in the end with the bleeding machine I managed to do it.

      Some tips to do it manually?
    • I made myself a tool for this out of a water-bottle:
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      i drilled a hole into the bottle, shoved some break pipe into there that goes all the way down to the ground.
      then i drilled a hole into the cap and fitted an air-valve from a wheel.

      got myself another cap for the brake fluid container and fitted another air-valve there, too - but without the internal valve.
      everything sealed up nicely with glue and then i connected the brake-pipe to the brake-fluid cap with a hose.

      Filling the bottle with 0.25 - 0.5l of brake fluid and with a tire pressure gauge i can give pressure to the system.

      Works perfectly, if you don't do to much pressure (the cap is not that tight-fitting, so there can be small leaks).
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    • PrivateDemon schrieb:

      I made myself a tool for this out of a water-bottle:
      Auswahl_574.png

      i drilled a hole into the bottle, shoved some break pipe into there that goes all the way down to the ground.
      then i drilled a hole into the cap and fitted an air-valve from a wheel.

      got myself another cap for the brake fluid container and fitted another air-valve there, too - but without the internal valve.
      everything sealed up nicely with glue and then i connected the brake-pipe to the brake-fluid cap with a hose.

      Filling the bottle with 0.25 - 0.5l of brake fluid and with a tire pressure gauge i can give pressure to the system.

      Works perfectly, if you don't do to much pressure (the cap is not that tight-fitting, so there can be small leaks).

      Thanks for this! My friend have the same home made tool and I have tried without results (at the moment qas good, but after some hours, when push the pedal, go to the floor again)


      Today I will try to do it with a vacuum tool in the slave cylinder bleeder and at least, if not works, reverse mode bleeding (refill with fluid trough the slave cylinder bleeder, because I think there is some air bubbles in the circuit, and do it like this, it’s easier put it out through the fuild reservoir.


      Tell you if that’s works.

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    • Problem solved!

      A friend helps me with a vacuum bleeder and it works perfectly, 3 minutes and the work is done.

      In fact, I just bought a Motive Power Bleeder to have it in the future.


      Next long-term project

      I also bought an Ibiza/Polo intake manifold used unit from Ebay to do some research. My intention is to do some improvments in the plenum to get more-equal cylinder filling, because I think the angle of the throttle body respect the plenum is not the best for equal-flowing all the cylinders.

      As I get the improvments, will post the pics, but basically it´s about to copy an 034/SEM intake manifold, adapted to the Ibiza/Polo dimensions/brackets.
    • Neu

      Yesterday I did this mod for an extra FMIc cooling.

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      Also painted in black again, but I haven’t got any pic...
      I need to do 3 big holes behind the license plate, so, when I go to the track, I only have to put off the license plate to get the extra cooling.

      By the way, I need to check this improvment making some IAT logs, before that I have 51° at 1,5 bar boost pressure above 6000rpm with the Spain ambient temperatures
    • Neu

      Hi Manuel,

      thank you for sharing your build, I really like it :thumbup:


      Manu_BTS schrieb:

      · Full front Powerflex/Superpro bushes
      Rear axle bushes are stock? You absolutely need to go for SuperPro SPF2481K, it really makes a difference :drive:
      (watch out: The bushes with 'outer' mark comes on the inner side of the mounting holes, because OE bushes from Ibiza are inverted compared to the Golf 4 plattform.)


      Manu_BTS schrieb:

      · Ferodo DS2500 front and rear pads
      Maybe try EBC Yellowstuff (µ=~0,6) at the rear next time, adds some brake force on the rear, so it becomes more stable under hard braking, even in corners.
      Ferodo DS2500 in the front is a good choice, but if you like a bit more bite and better feel for the slip limit of the front tires, try the Pagid RS29 (µ=~0,45).


      Manu_BTS schrieb:

      · Baffled sump
      Interesting. I just bought the Forge FMBSMP18T :D


      Manu_BTS schrieb:

      · Conversion E-SUV diverter
      I just got new spacer rings for the dv adaptor, would you like to test it? :keks: (Keks=Cookie)


      Manu_BTS schrieb:

      · Conversion of the air intake airbox to a larger one (???)
      Easiest way: Buy a Polo 6R WRC oder Ibiza 6J/Audi A1 2.0TDI Airbox ;)
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      Ich bin Händler für SuperPro, GFB, Wiechers, Fischer/Spiegler Stahlflex, EBC, Milltek uvm.
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    • Neu

      Nuerne89 schrieb:

      i Manuel,

      thank you for sharing your build, I really like it
      No, thank you Robert for your help when I need it. I really apreciate your opinion :thumbup:


      Nuerne89 schrieb:

      Rear axle bushes are stock? You absolutely need to go for SuperPro SPF2481K, it really makes a difference
      (watch out: The bushes with 'outer' mark comes on the inner side of the mounting holes, because OE bushes from Ibiza are inverted compared to the Golf 4 plattform.)
      If I have to be honest, I had purchased it two years ago, but I´m to lazy to get down the rear axle, because that means do a complete rear bleed again.. :whistling:

      However, I´m thinking to do the job this summer, maybe in holidays.

      Nuerne89 schrieb:

      Maybe try EBC Yellowstuff (µ=~0,6) at the rear next time, adds some brake force on the rear, so it becomes more stable under hard braking, even in corners.
      Ferodo DS2500 in the front is a good choice, but if you like a bit more bite and better feel for the slip limit of the front tires, try the Pagid RS29 (µ=~0,45).
      I have tried Yellow and Bluestuff in the Cupra with bad results in my local track/mountain roads, it´s possible due to the high temperatures in Spain, especially in spring/summer time. With this pads I get fadding very quickly, but with DS2500 everyting it´s perfect, but yes, I think I need more brake force in the rear, that's why, I thought to go for a DSUNO rear pads (Pagid it´s too expensive for my wallet :D )

      Nuerne89 schrieb:

      Interesting. I just bought the Forge FMBSMP18T
      I think, it´s a mandatory mod for a regular track/mountain road car. I will purchase the Forge too.

      Nuerne89 schrieb:

      I just got new spacer rings for the dv adaptor, would you like to test it? (Keks=Cookie)
      I really apreciate it, but I need to make some money first, I have just bought a ticket plane to Munich for the last week of July and I just spent the money that was left over :pinch: :facepalm:

      Nuerne89 schrieb:

      Easiest way: Buy a Polo 6R WRC oder Ibiza 6J/Audi A1 2.0TDI Airbox
      Yes I know, but here in Spain it´s an impossible task to get a second hand one in good conditions. New-OEM ones are very expensive for the salaries of an average Spaniard, so as soon I get some money again, I will get some cookies again :D

      For the moment, I will assemble-make the low-non cost mods that I have pending to do..

      Stay tuned :thumbsup: