I emailed them months ago saying they dropped it, well then lol. It is sold out for my 6speed ..rip
I'd recommend a powerflex diesel or street insert. Powerflex has a lifetime warranty, so should the unlikely event happen you get it replaced for free.
Thank you very much! I’ll have to get back under the car, can’t remember which version I need. Edit* I’m good lol, I found pics I took of my mount from last time I was buying it.I'd recommend a powerflex diesel or street insert. Powerflex has a lifetime warranty, so should the unlikely event happen you get it replaced for free.
The diesel is 55A vs 70A of their yellow street version and your BFI insert. It fits all MQBs diesel or not thanks to shared parts.. just make sure to order the correct version. Only difference between street and BFI stage 1 is BFI only fills the lower void.
I've paired the diesel insert with my BFI stage 1 engine and transmission mounts. After about 400 miles they've calmed down considerably to be very comfortable. There is NVH, but it's very livable.
Examples of both, remember to double check version before ordering.
I've dropped my bumper too many times to count now. First time is the hardest because the clips are stiff.I'm going to be installing an ARM FMIC soon. Are there any tricks to removing the bumper cover without breaking the clips? 2018 Autobahn. The cover has never been off.
Yup, sorry if that first response was a little hard to follow. I normally undo the passenger side fender bumper clips, then driver, and then pull the remove from the middle. Makes getting it off easier in my opinion and you have better leverage to not drop/drag a corner.Thank you very much. Two great points. Work the bumper cover off outside to inside, and mount the core first.
I won't have help, but I have plenty of moving pads and boards to support it as I detach it.
We had one warm day this week, into the mid 60's. I was wailing on it a bit, and after pulling away from a stop light I could feel the heat soak. I gotta do this soon.
Unpossible. While the metal housing in theory dissipates heat better than plastic, the amount of time that oil spends in the filter is insignificant relative to the time it spends in the hot engine.So here is a good one.
In theory running an aluminum or other metal oil filter housing without the GTD passenger side block off plate, would one see slightly lower oil temps due to cooling vs the the stock plastic housing?
Savanini and a few others claim lower oil temps by 6-10 degrees. Just curious if anyone with one has observed this.