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    Miami, FL
    2006 Jetta TDI
    Engine type and displacement
    1.9L diesel
    Major modifications
    Tranny type
    Street Radials


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  • Join Date: 04-03-2003
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  1. 06-25-2010 12:59 PM
    can please help me i heared u can put the 3.0 heads on the 3.5 block and use the 4th gen stuff is that true i also have a mevi and want 2 use that since i payed $421 from nissan i heared u know a lot like if u can give me a few pointers
  2. 03-25-2010 06:27 PM
    i have a question...i have a 97 maxima and i jus recently bought a 00 engine. everything is the same but the intake manifold. i was wondering would this 00 engine work in my car and can i jus take my manifold off my old engine and swop it to the 00 engine. both are 3.0L I want to know before I put it in will it work?? thanks
  3. 11-14-2009 07:43 PM
    Hi. So I saw that you wrote that the tranny should be filled with fluid until some comes out of the fill tube. As in all the way.... Did I read that correctly? It won't screw up anything. It would not be good to do that with engine oil, right? So what makes it ok with tranny fluid? It won't **** up any seals? I searched and there is a few conflicting posts on this. Could you explain?

    here is the quote (maybe I misunderstood)

    "2. The tranny should never be filled using a set number of quarts. It should be filled with the car down on all 4 wheels on level ground and filled until the moment fluid starts to come out."
  4. 10-05-2009 07:16 AM
    Hey did you receive my message about this?

    "Hey I was wondering how to go about posting different things that I am working on. Head port packages, tuning packages, etc. I'll be becoming a vendor for parts and stuff as well. Let me know what to do. The heads are flow bench proven, and will have tons of information, dyno etc. to show the difference in power."

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