VW Vortex - Volkswagen Forum banner

spulen

  1. Volkswagen News Blog
    The factory IHI turbocharger on your 1.8TSI or 2.0TSI engine is equipped with a turbo muffler positioned at the compressor outlet. The factory turbo muffler is designed to reduce engine bay noises caused by the turbocharger. The Spulen Turbo Muffler Delete replaces the factory turbo muffler with...
  2. Volkswagen News Blog
    With the introduction of direct injection engines, intake valve carbon buildup has become a common occurrence especially on the 2.0T engines. Carbon buildup on the intake valves is largely attributed to oil vapors being recirculated back into the intake system. While the 2.0T does feature a...
  3. Volkswagen News Blog
    The 1.8TSI and 2.0TSI engines found in the Volkswagen MK7 GTI, Golf, and Golf R have a complex series of coolant hoses. One of the coolant hoses in the system routes on top of the factory intake system creating an unsightly appearance. The Spulen MQB Intake Coolant Hose replaces this factory...
  4. Volkswagen News Blog
    The factory engine mounts on your MK7 GTI or Golf are constructed from soft rubber with several voids to allow movement. This design does not account for spirited driving and is unable to limit engine movement on cars with increased horsepower. In order to limit engine movement Spulen created a...
  5. Volkswagen News Blog
    With the introduction of direct injection engines, intake valve carbon buildup has become a common occurrence especially on the 2.0TSI engine. Carbon buildup on the intake valves is largely attributed to oil vapors being recirculated back into the intake system. While the 2.0TSI does feature a...
  6. Volkswagen News Blog
    The braking system on your vehicle requires constant vacuum to assist in applying the brakes. Traditionally this vacuum is achieved by plumbing the brake booster to the engine’s intake manifold. This provides the needed vacuum to assist in applying the brakes. However, vehicles equipped...
Top