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Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« on: December 28, 2016, 11:45:23 PM »
Hi All,

I am an owner of '05 Mk5 for nearly 2 years. In the first place it was supposed to be a drive around to get me to work an back, hence why this was an S version although with BKC engine and no DPF and only had 67k miles done.
It has very unusual color LA5S for a project car

Two pictures for the start.


Mods Done List and Some Pictures:
- GTI Black Headliner
- Passat Leather MFSW
- Cruise Control
- Can Gateway Replaced (AN module)
- Bordnetz Replaced (3C8-E)
- Steering Wheel Module (CH)
- Added Armrest + Rear Heating
- Leather Hand Brake
- Brand new Door Handles
- GTI ED30 brakes swap
- EBC Discs + Jurid White Brake Pads
- MK60EC1 ABS / ESP Pump with HillHold
- Scirocco '13 Color Cluster
- TPMS via ABS (Instrument Cluster)
- Steering wheel knuckles swapped with 55mm + 4x new wheel bearing
- H&R UltraLow by Stillstatic + new ARB drop links
- 19" 8.5J offset 42 OEMS 111 with Nankang NS20 225/35/19 Tires
- Euro Cup Holder
- 3D Footwell Lights
- Custom made VW caps for OEMS wheels
- Boot load net from Audi A3
- Boot inserts for full size spare wheel
- regular services with bosch filters and Motul Formula ULE oil.
- Revo Stage 1 map

Currently 77k miles on the clock.

Interior and electrical mods:
Gti headliner:



Armrest with rear heating installed and leather hand brake:


New door handles:


Euro Cup Holder:


Passat Leather MFSW:



Can Gateway (AN)


Bordnetz (3c8-E)


Steering Wheel Module (CH)


Cruise Control Stalk



Footwell 3D Lights:




RCD310:


Clocks (Scirocco 2013)



Brakes and Suspension
Suspension with 55mm steering wheel knuckles:


Refurbed steering wheel knuckles:


ED30 Brakes:


MK60EC1 pump holder:


Brake lines for MK60EC1 pump.


MK60 EC1 ESP/ABS Pump


H&R Ultralow by StillStatic:


Some pictures from work done
Both ESP Pumps comparison:


New Instrument Cluster installed:


Few more bits for brakes swap:


Nearly ready for suspension / brakes swap (and service :P)


First try with original suspension and new wheels:


Suspension Time !!!


Passenger side nearly in:


Second look:


Front done - no adjustment:


Before adjustment - first time on all 4 wheels:



VW (custom made) Center Caps added:


That's how car looks now:



Plans:
Cosmetic
MK6 Ashtray
Replace all switches with chrome version
LED Interior Lights
LED number plate lights

Future Mods
3D LED Warning Lights
5L screenwash bottle with screenwash level sensor, headlight washer nozzles and heated windscreen nozzles
Original VW Alarm with Inclination Sensor, Horn and Internal Sensors
Anti Dazzle Rear View Mirror with rain / light sensor (auto switch)
Premium Bluetooth + Mic
Sound Deadening
RNS510
Install Climatronic, to replace Climatic + Heating panel
Swap Seats with mk5 GTI or mk6 GTD
Bi-Xenon
Rear Lights (valeo or R32 + Skyline Mod)
Add fog lights
Swap Antenna for GPS + GSM Shark fin
Not sure on outside look - I am thinking about Caractere kit as it is very uncommon.
All plastic parts in body color
Engine mods - target is 250bhp

I am sure there will be some more :)

Thanks for reading

Regards
Cr33D
« Last Edit: December 29, 2016, 09:19:39 AM by Cr33D »

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2016, 07:35:58 AM »
Wow that's some impressive work  :notworthy: who coded your clocks?

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2016, 08:46:09 AM »
Wow that's some impressive work  :notworthy: who coded your clocks?

Thank you :)

Clocks were pre-coded with transponders when I bought it for my car.
I was also supplied with coding for MK60EC1 pump. I have mate in Poland that done it for me.
I had to install everything myself and do all of the changes in VCDS.

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #3 on: December 30, 2016, 12:09:26 AM »
Looking great man, I look forward to seeing and reading more in the future! :happy2:

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2016, 07:58:09 PM »
Hi, Thanks :drinking:, collecting parts now for few more little mods.

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2017, 07:05:12 PM »
So today I've finished retrofitting original VW alarm with interior monitoring sensor, inclination sensor, horn and deactivation switch.

As the start - I had to remove old cobra alarm

I've WON !


Week ago I've installed horn and connected interior monitoring sensor which I bought together with GTI headliner.

Unfortunately interior monitoring sensor didn't have built in inclination sensor hence I had to buy it.
I had to buy deactivation switch as well.

Last night I got all the wiring together and build a wiring loom.


So today (knowing original location of the switch) I had to cut a hole for it in my quarter panel trim.


Whole lot has been installed and connected.
As a part of the whole lot I had 19 bit CCM (BT) which has been programmed at the same time



Next thing out of the TO DO list.

Regards

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2017, 07:54:08 PM »
Thats some quick work mate. Looks good :)

I noticed the rust on front wings. Worth taking it to VW as they usually replace them for free. Mine are being done next week.

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #7 on: January 12, 2017, 08:32:53 PM »
@Trunkstuff 
Did you get the vw serviced by them for then to cover your rust issue?

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #8 on: January 13, 2017, 09:44:53 AM »
Shouldn't matter! I only bought my car and they replaced them for me. Had never been near them!  :grin:

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Re: Cr33D's 1.9 TDi
« Reply #9 on: January 13, 2017, 10:56:02 AM »
@Trunkstuff 
Did you get the vw serviced by them for then to cover your rust issue?

They didnt ask or check my service booklet.

But I do have majority VW history.