I don't know for sure; but I would expect that the canister would still work with the stock oil filter stick and slide-on filter.Easy fit in design.
I assume the oil filter now switched to a screw on canister?
Would it be a cannon part?
The new filter part looks like it would have a small center threaded hole to screw on. Wishing I could reuse my CTS finned oil filter cover but I think not.I don't know for sure; but I would expect that the canister would still work with the stock oil filter stick and slide-on filter.
I wish the site had an installation manual to download.
Stock power in July at Sebring - oil temps can reach 270+.I'm guessing it'll end up being around $399 or thereabouts. Most of the VWR parts are nice, but can be pricey (see the AOS). But let's thank the lord it won't be made of carbon fiber and end up being around $600.
How high are folks seeing oil temps go on track with the typical stage2 or IS38? I've seen mid-250s completely stock, not sure if much higher would be cause for alarm.
I'd be interested as well in a DSG cooling product designed for the MK7 GTI.Sub'd, will read up on this later tonight. I suspect they plan to release a similar system for the DSG too.
Yeah, it might be that the 1/2 quart, along with some oil at the bottom of the filter canister, will be mixed in with the fresh oil. I change my engine oil rather frequently, so I think it would be o.k.I wonder if you can snake an extractor tube down the hoses to suck out oil during an oil change. But then, how do you fill it? The oil in the hoses and cooler doesn't drain back into the sump. I would guess there is at least 1/2 qt of oil in the hoses and cooler.
Around $400 would be nice, but I suspect it will be higher.
Their pic shows it installed in what looks like an MK6, and the ad does not specify which EA888 version.
VWR's site shows it as 'coming soon': https://www.racingline.com/vw-golf-7-engine-hardwareInterested in this as well. Anyone have any additional information on the VWR or other unit?