Yes if you are using a mk4 or 3:6 fuel pump you’ll need the bund ends. The cool part is this fuel line is so easy once you know the tricks. I believe I posted them above. If not ping me and I’ll assemble a few picsIf you are using the 3.6 fuel pump, you'll need the bundy fittings and plastic line to the engine bay
The binder is free or at least all the documents are, just print out the schematics of the donor, the chassis it’s going into, the pinouts and the 3.6 self study book from the first post. You can also print of torque specs if you want.You guys could make copies of that binder and sell for big money!
Still working on my swap, slow progress to say the least with a wee one(18 months) running around taking all my time.
3.6 24V VR6 Swap Questions and Links
Technical Guides and Manuals
Self Study Program for VR6 FSI Engines
2006 Passat Reference Specification Book (torque specs)
2007-2008 Passat Reference Specification Book (torque specs)
2009-2010 CC Quick Reference Specification Book (torque specs)
2011-2012 CC Quick Reference Specification Book (torque specs)
2007-2010 Touareg Quick Reference Specification Book (torque specs)
How to remove the 2piece intake manifold
How to remove the 1piece intake manifold
2006 BLV Passat till May 2006
2006 BLV Passat After May 2006
2006-2008 Touareg BHL/BHK from March 2006
2008 Touareg BHL/BHKfrom 2008
2010 CC BLV/BWS from May 2008
2010 Touareg CGRA/CMTA From June 2010
2011 Passat CDVB from Jan 2011
Corrado Swap Pinout Spreadsheet comparing Passat and Touareg Wiring
This is the true blueprint for the swap's wiring harness and should also apply to MK3 and MK2 swaps.
2006 Passat and Touareg Wiring comparison of Pinouts and Pedals
Put a thread together. It will be good for documenting what you are doing. This will help you later when you wonder what you did and it will help others that want to do the swap.Thanks for your answers.
I bought already a vr hood.
Next weekend I will start with the swap.