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fitting ITG + High fuel pressure price?

kevsin Feb 21, 2012

  1. kevsin

    kevsin Member

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    whats the rough price you guys think fitting them 2 in should be?
    got a quote from bespoke performance in hertfordshire Ware which is near me, they say its gona be £80+vat and it will take 3-4 hours, what do you guys think?
     
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  2. Spin140

    Spin140 Well-Known Member

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    1 hour in total, intake max 15 mins rest on fuel pump internals as fiddly.
     
  3. kevsin

    kevsin Member

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    the guy said it would take 3 hours to fit them all in so i was thinking it was abit dodgy... thx for the reply spin
     
  4. brough74

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    I would say 2 hours at the most, internals are fiddly and getting the pump off etc
     
  5. Silky-S3

    Silky-S3 Is loving his new 8V S3!

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    It can take 30min to get the OEM engine cover off!!! I'd say 2.5 hours to do job right, 2 hours at a push.
     
  6. Spin140

    Spin140 Well-Known Member

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    Not sure where you all go to get these things done but clearly not that experienced, try Steve at Statllers in Sheffield who has done this for me on several occasions or give ED a call at APS - they are always fair too.
     
  7. kevsin

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    I live near in hertfordshire nearer to london, and tht was da closest place, shefield is sbit to far... Thx tho mate
     
  8. Boydie

    Boydie Boycie VCDS Map User

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    Take pleasure in fitting it yourself - that's what I did with a couple of mates :)
     
  9. Silky-S3

    Silky-S3 Is loving his new 8V S3!

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    So true!
     
  10. JamesS4cab

    JamesS4cab Well-Known Member

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    Try AMD at Blue Water. They are good.

    My independent specialist charged 2 hours to remove both for me. You are going well if you can do both in 1 hour without breaking something!!

    I would say that £80+ VAT is dirt cheap though!!??
     
  11. essIII

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    Ditto - am trying to work out how 3-4hrs labour is only £80!
    £20 per hour sounds like a steal. Although they clearly offset it by working slowly!
     
  12. kevsin

    kevsin Member

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    its £80per hour
     
  13. kevsin

    kevsin Member

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    sorry didnt writing out clearly lool..
     
  14. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis Audi S3

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    Surely that's Lakeside ,James!

    And as you've said,they're good.

    All the work on mine bar the brakes has been done by them and I would recommend them to anyone.

    Also if you're getting the HPFP done, you should change the cam follower at the same time.
    AMD would do that automatically but if you did any of it yourself,be sure to do that also.

    And be scrupulous about keeping the internals clean.
    Another good reason for going to a good independent that knows its stuff.
     

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