I will be fitting a new clutch and turbo shortly, whilst removing the EGR and DPF for a clean. I just wanted some advice on the best way to go about it. I'm thinking the best approach is as follows: 1) Remove the gearbox 2) Remove turbo + DPF 3) Remove EGR . Also 'special tools' -...
So, if you look at any part of the milltek exhaust system it will have notches/slits which I believe are designed to slide over the proceeding pipe. See picture attached, notice the twin tips, both slide over the proceeding pipe to the back box.
In my case (as you can see from the centre pipe...
Does your centre section come with two pipes? I think the TDI sizes match your TFSI. 2.75" (Miltek) 63.5mm (DPF). Milltek do supply this part as well. But youre right, you clamp both sides + some exhaust paste etc.
Indeed, probably until I'm forced to scrap the car because of some diesel ban scrap scheme :whistle2: I will be done with the engine/transmission mods in a few months. My only concern is that the rust spreads beyond the sill.
Garage might be reluctant to touch it because the EGR valve isn't located on the front of the car like it was for earlier models. You should be able to source the blanking plate from darksidedevelopment or find a tuner who will blank the EGR and disable it from the software side of things.
Same as mine (2010). Will point out one thing, the clearance between the front caliper and alloy is greatly reduced. But from what I've read its perfectly fine and I've had no issues. I'm on 18" wheels