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jazz blue v5

Post by jambo on Thu Feb 27, 2014 5:02 pm

well where do i start??
i was driving a audi a4 b5 and it was soooo boring so i decided i wanted a dub so the search for a mk4
black or silver 3 door gti started then i found sexy lady on ebay altho not very sexy at the time but the colour just stood out and so did the price but to my supprise it was a V5 4door in jazz blue
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Re: jazz blue v5

Post by jambo on Thu Feb 27, 2014 5:38 pm

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Post by jambo on Thu Feb 27, 2014 5:44 pm

then the work started !!
shopping list got longer and longer
wheels springs breaks exhaust lights body mods and so on lol
but wait !! sad moment the engine decided it did not want 5 pistons
so it exploded one at 130mph and what made it worse i was chasing a nutty little vauxhall nova BAD day at the office lol
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Post by jambo on Thu Feb 27, 2014 5:49 pm

replacement engine fitted only took me a day to do and the following weekend it was off to santa-pod for usc so we put it on the dyno and got good results
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Re: jazz blue v5

Post by welshv5er on Thu Feb 27, 2014 8:14 pm

Me Like  Very Happy 
Always been a fan of Jazz blue
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Re: jazz blue v5

Post by R444SPY on Fri Feb 28, 2014 12:27 am

Hi Jambo, firstly welcome to the site. Love the blue in the golfs, always stand out. Can you confirm what mods you have done to achieve nearly 173bhp? I am presuming your replaced engine was a 150bhp AGZ right? I have done lots of mods with mine and am trying to locate a rolling road so interesting to see what you have done on yours first. thanks
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Re: jazz blue v5

Post by jambo on Fri Feb 28, 2014 2:32 pm

hey guys
the old engine was a AGZ so i replaced it with the same as its not a simple job upgrading to the 170 lump
the only mods done to it was a good service using vag spec plugs oil and filters a cold air feed relocating the filter to the lower bumper grill and a cobra cat back exhaust but using a diesel center section as the diesels have no middle box and the the companys online selling (race pipes) are just the same part but double the money the print out shows the reading at the flywheel so at the wheels its about 155 ish
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Re: jazz blue v5

Post by Dobbs on Fri Feb 28, 2014 4:07 pm

jambo wrote:then the work started !!
shopping list got longer and longer
wheels springs breaks exhaust lights body mods and so on lol
but wait !! sad moment the engine decided it did not want 5 pistons
so it exploded one at 130mph and what made it worse i was chasing a nutty little vauxhall nova BAD day at the office lol

Wow - your engine really did explode!  Laughing

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Re: jazz blue v5

Post by inzor on Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:12 pm

looking good, love a clean jazz blue. look forward to seeing any future mods.

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