|Quote, originally posted by Chupathingy »|
|.....Plus did anybody even check to see if the pcv or the dv on the new engine is the same part that fails on the older engines or is a new or totally revised part?|
|Quote, originally posted by ShippensburgGTi »|
|Quote, originally posted by [email protected] »|
|You guys need to relax! I've never blown a PCV or DV and I'm not quite 'stock' either. If it's not broken, don't try fixing it.|
Does the eurojet PCV fix for the FSI work on our cars? i don't think it does from what i've seen, and I can't find any other PCV fixes (outside of ECS's revisions). The catch can junk is a $300 option i'm trying to avoid.So replaec it and see if that fixes it , or maybe go with Forge's CC and delete the PCV wit hthe "Africa" plate
please explain, what exactly is the problem you are speaking of with the TSI engine ?It boggles my mind how VW hasn't officially acknowledged the problem with some sort of solution or work around. I feel bad for the people who have no clue about these cars (not that i know a lot) and what can happen which will lead to them spending money to fix it when it comes to that point.
the CCTA/CBFA engine DOES have DV issues. Having a CCTA/CBFA does not guarantee having the piston DV from the factory. In fact, people have discovered their TSI's coming with the diaphram DV.please explain, what exactly is the problem you are speaking of with the TSI engine ?
VW's new TSI does not have PCV or DV problems. Also carbon buildup is significantly less with this engine model.
so unless I missed something please explain .?