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gti6girl

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Post #1
Hi,

I believe there is something missing from the kit or something else that needs to be purchased?

I've hunted everywhere and can't find any installation pics

There is a 6mm gap on the left side of the brackets, and the holes are to big for the bolts


I'm also having trouble turning the low pressure pipe round, I've had a bar and heat on it but it won't budge

Pics and advice would be great
Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 17:32
welshpug!

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you need the ac pump spacers.

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Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 17:39
midlife

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Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 17:57
gti6girl

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Post #4
Ok great

Any advice on moving the pipe round
Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 17:58
midlife

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Post #5
From my project thread

Next the bushes required on a Rallye sump to relocate the power steering pump.


2 x part number 06453AR (alloy) £1.15 each + vat
2 x part number 06453CJ (steel) £1.51 each + vat


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Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 18:02
midlife

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Post #6
gti6girl wrote:
Ok great

Any advice on moving the pipe round


It took me a while to suss moving the pipe.
Pump in a vice, long piece of pipe for leverage & heat gun on the body of the pump & hey presto it starts to move.
Before applying heat the elbow was trying to collapse...
Good luck

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Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 18:07
gti6girl

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Post #7
This is being fitted to a rallye with throttle bodies so how would I tension this up now?

Also does anybody know what size belt is used for this setup?

Thanks for your help
Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 18:24
coskev

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Post #8
gti6girl wrote:
This is being fitted to a rallye with throttle bodies so how would I tension this up now?

Also does anybody know what size belt is used for this setup?

Thanks for your help


You need a gti auto tensioner, and a 6PK1103 beltThumbs up

Pics in my work threadThumbs up

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Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 18:59
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Post #9
Be aware Nick that when trying to fit the auto-tensioner to a Rallye sump, the threads will have most likely got corroded and will try and snap the bolts as you put them in.

Run some decent lube and a tap through them first. Yes

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Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 19:02
gti6girl

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Post #10
I have a tap and die set
Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 19:12
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Cool, you'll be fine then. Smile

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Posted 17th Aug 2013 at 20:16
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Post #12
stan_306gti6 wrote:
Be aware Nick that when trying to fit the auto-tensioner to a Rallye sump, the threads will have most likely got corroded and will try and snap the bolts as you put them in.

Run some decent lube and a tap through them first. Yes


Good advice Thumbs up
Posted 26th Apr 2014 at 18:51
Day666

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Post #13
coskev wrote:
gti6girl wrote:
This is being fitted to a rallye with throttle bodies so how would I tension this up now?

Also does anybody know what size belt is used for this setup?

Thanks for your help


You need a gti auto tensioner, and a 6PK1103 beltThumbs up

Pics in my work threadThumbs up



Is as above ?.....same 6PK1103 belt size for removing A/C pump & putting PAS to bottom of 6 with auto tensioner already fitted ....Correct ?
Posted 30th Apr 2014 at 22:12
Day666

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Post #14
The correct belt size for a 6 with PAS moved to the bottom is (PK6 1130) & remove top idler Thumbs up
Just fitted mine !!!!
Also with a 6 PAS top to bottom move you end up with a dirty great bracket in the way ..above alternator ..so either change to Rallye top mount or cut it down !!!
Pic below Thumbs up

Removed to save some unneeded weight & hopefully going Throttle Bodies / Cams & Omex soon ...so need the room Big grin

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 08:59
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Lots more room below also Thumbs up
Just got to buy new belt now LOL

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 07:40
cully

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Post #16
pk1103 fits too Wink

Posted 13th May 2014 at 08:17
Day666

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cully wrote:
pk1103 fits too Wink



Do you have a Rallye with a 6 tensioner ?
I have a 6
We have a 1103 no way is that fitting my 6
All my pulleys stnd !!!!!
Are yours
Posted 13th May 2014 at 09:04
eddy_gti6

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I run a relocation kit of an XSI gets rid of that heavy mounting bracket!





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Posted 13th May 2014 at 09:18
welshpug!

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old news, I'm running that too, came on the S16 engine as well Big grin

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 09:21
eddy_gti6

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welshpug! wrote:
old news, I'm running that too, came on the S16 engine as well Big grin


Lightest and cheapest option FTW Cool I need a new belt tho. What PAS pump do you run? The big wheel XSI/S16 pump or the smaller wheeled GTi6 pump?

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 09:47
welshpug!

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Just the original one (zx 16v) so probably the same as the S16, less assistance with the bigger wheel and steering feels awesome on the stock 2.4 turn rack.

Not tried the gti6 pump, does it fit? by the looks of it the pulley would swap over if you needed a replacement pump without increasing the assistance.

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 10:08
Day666

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Looks amazing guys !!!!
Miles had a top engine bracket off a ZX mk1 I thought he said ....plus bottle screw adjusting his Alternator ?
Gives you so much more room Thumbs up
Posted 13th May 2014 at 10:24
Day666

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welshpug! wrote:
old news, I'm running that too, came on the S16 engine as well Big grin


Stop it Mei ...
Not old news to us New-uns ....
I'll look around for one but just cut 3lb of cast metal off stnd Top mount engine bracket ...Thumbs up
Can get to Alternator easy now & under inlet manifold if need be ...
The Air Con pump was weighed & was 6.85kgs...wow that's with out oil .!!!!

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 10:19
welshpug!

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I think I have had the ZX for 7 years now LOL the 405 for 8, that uses the same bracket too.

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Posted 13th May 2014 at 10:22
Day666

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welshpug! wrote:
I think I have had the ZX for 7 years now LOL the 405 for 8, that uses the same bracket too.


Show off LOL
Posted 13th May 2014 at 10:25

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