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  1. Jetta/GLI VI
    I have a 2014 vw edition 30 gen 3 2.0L gli and I’ve been doing some research into the ea888 motor itself and I’ve seen videos of mk7 gtis putting the IS38 turbo on and was wondering if it’s the same set up saying it’s the same motor I haven’t seen much info on this so really anything helps I’ve...
  2. Jetta/GLI VI
    2014 Jetta GLI with 70k miles Last week I was driving and my CEL popped on. Drove fine to my shop, checked code and got P2014 Intake manifold runner position sensor/switch. Cleared it and my idle seemed better as well. Fast forward a couple days to a cold start with surging idle and CEL for...
  3. Passat (B7)
    Hey guys, I’m new to these forums, but I have a 2018 Passat R Line and was wondering if it were possible to convert a b cycle to a regular third gen 2.0t? Is it just a matter of replacing cam and crankshafts as well as head? I know the turbo is not the same.
  4. Golf III & Jetta III
    So I have the above mentioned GLI with a recurring P0341 code; vehicle cranks but does not start. Replaced the Cam Position Sensor and it made no difference and did voltage readings following an All Data diag chart, found no issues. Pulled the timing cover off last night and found that the chain...
  5. Volkswagen News Blog
    Integrated Engineering is proud to release several MQB/MK7 2.0T engine internal components to our Volkswagen and Audi customers around the world. These internals are designed to hold the highest power levels and beyond  produced from the latest generation 2.0T EA888 GEN 3 engines. This release...
  6. Volkswagen News Blog
    Volkswagen's newly designed EA888 Gen3 engine operates in improved efficiency and power production as compared to previous generation engine platforms. However, with advanced technology, comes great obstacles in engine tuning and modifications. With the Gen3 engine's closed vacuum system there...
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