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Old August 1st   #1
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Euro Tuning

We are going to start full blown ecu tuning on Euro cars. (Mercedes, BMW, Mini, Porsche, Jaguar, VW, Audi) We need to know who will be interested in this service. We will be working with some of the top tuners around. Buckhead Imports http://www.buckhead-imports.com/ What we are looking to do is a get a list of people who would like to have their cars tuned. From that list we will pick only 10 cars for this tuning session. (More sessions will be held at a later time) The guys from Buckhead will come down to our shop, Tune your cars (Teach us at the same time), and when it is all said and done your car will be faster and Huntsville will have a new place to take their imports to for more power and/or better fuel mileage.

For pricing or more info please contact us.

Phone: 256-270-9937
Email: Joshbrazier@gmail.com

Or post on this forum and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
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Hmm...this is going to bring a whole new bit of fun to the European cars.

You should definitely get in touch with the local PCA, H2O Tuning, and the Audi club. I'd talk to Hiley Audi as well.
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Yes sir. Going to be great. If any one has any questions or concerns feel free to call or even stop by and talk to Gary. (Remember to say you heard about it on HCS.com)
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Can you do any mods to a TDI Jetta to improve the power/mpg while also keeping it as a reliable daily driver
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What year TDI? Is it the 2.0 or the 1.9?
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Even if your not wanting it done "now" we need to get an idea of how many people are at least interested.
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Josh I need your help or advice..2004 Mini Cooper S. The Steering pump taking a dump..I cannot decide to order one and do it my self or come see you..It is almost time for a supercharger belt and the clutch is slipping a little..First item is the electric steering pump. Can you estimate a cost for this and the supercharger belt.I will do the clutch before the first race in March. (Side note:to replace the clutch do you have to raise the motor? If so, would this be a good time to install a header?) The car has been autocrossed a lot and is in good shape.6 championships later) I love this stupid car and want to continue with it. I am happy with the quality of the stock parts also.

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Trans

Here is how to remove the transmission. I will get you an estimate on the P/S steering pump and super charger belt.

Removing and installing transmission (W11)

Special tools required:
- 11 8 401
- 11 8 402
- 23 4 010

Necessary preliminary tasks:
- Disconnect battery
- Remove intake filter housing
- Drain gear oil
- Remove front left wheel arch trim
- Remove both driven shafts with steering stub carriers
- Remove throttle assembly
- Remove suction pressure sensor
- Remove impact tubes
- Remove front axle carrier (without wheel alignment!)
- Secure engine in installation position with special tool
- Remove top engine support bracket
- Remove bottom engine support bracket

Procedure

Release screws (1).
- Remove manifold heat shield.
- Tightening torque ................................................ 8 Nm

- Lower front wall and fit special tools 11 8 401 and 11 8 402.

- Remove shift cables (1) with special tool 23 4 010 from ball joints.

- Withdraw shift cables from mounting (2) and remove.

Release screws (1).
- Remove clutch slave cylinder (2) from transmission.


- Detach plug connector (1) of reversing light switch.


- Release screw (1) on turbocharger inlet and open clamp (2).
- Disconnect turbocharger intake pipe (3) from connecting pipes (4).

Note:Remove pipes at quick-release couplings.

- Release pipe of clutch slave cylinder from clips on transmission and push to one side.

- Withdraw pressure line of suction pressure sensor from mounting.
- Release screws (1) and remove mounting (2).

- Release screws (1) and remove endplate (2).
- Tightening torque ................................................ 9 Nm


- Release screw (1).
- Remove wiring harness for oxygen sensors from clip (2) and remove starter motor heat shield.


- Release starter motor connections (1) and (2).
- Alternator connection on starter ................................ 14 Nm
- Engine harness to starter solenoid ............................... 8 Nm
- Remove wiring harness from transmission area.

Note:Routing of wiring harness to starter motor.


- Release screw (1).
- Release screws (2).
- Remove transmission mounting.

Lower engine approx. 135 mm.

Note:A second person is required to help in removing and installing the transmission.

- Release transmission bolts.
- Remove transmission.
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josh i need your help or advice..2004 mini cooper s. The steering pump taking a dump..i cannot decide to order one and do it my self or come see you..it is almost time for a supercharger belt and the clutch is slipping a little..first item is the electric steering pump. Can you estimate a cost for this and the supercharger belt.i will do the clutch before the first race in march. (side note:to replace the clutch do you have to raise the motor? If so, would this be a good time to install a header?) the car has been autocrossed a lot and is in good shape.6 championships later) i love this stupid car and want to continue with it. I am happy with the quality of the stock parts also.
  • Power steering pump - 32416778425 - $655.43
  • Power steering fluid - 83290429576 - $22.70
  • Replace power steering pump - Labor - 2 hours - $178.00
  • .
  • Super charger belt - 11287520199 - $55.00
  • Replace super charger belt - Labor - 0.7 - $62.30
  • .
  • Shop supplies - $14.00
  • .
  • Labor total - $240.30
  • Parts total - $747.13
  • Sub total - $987.43
  • Tax - $74.72
  • .
  • Total - $1062.15

Any questions feel free to ask.
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Here is how to remove the transmission. I will get you an estimate on the P/S steering pump and super charger belt.

Removing and installing transmission (W11)

Special tools required:
- 11 8 401
- 11 8 402
- 23 4 010

Necessary preliminary tasks:
- Disconnect battery
- Remove intake filter housing
- Drain gear oil
- Remove front left wheel arch trim
- Remove both driven shafts with steering stub carriers
- Remove throttle assembly
- Remove suction pressure sensor
- Remove impact tubes
- Remove front axle carrier (without wheel alignment!)
- Secure engine in installation position with special tool
- Remove top engine support bracket
- Remove bottom engine support bracket

Procedure

Release screws (1).
- Remove manifold heat shield.
- Tightening torque ................................................ 8 Nm

- Lower front wall and fit special tools 11 8 401 and 11 8 402.

- Remove shift cables (1) with special tool 23 4 010 from ball joints.

- Withdraw shift cables from mounting (2) and remove.

Release screws (1).
- Remove clutch slave cylinder (2) from transmission.


- Detach plug connector (1) of reversing light switch.


- Release screw (1) on turbocharger inlet and open clamp (2).
- Disconnect turbocharger intake pipe (3) from connecting pipes (4).

Note:Remove pipes at quick-release couplings.

- Release pipe of clutch slave cylinder from clips on transmission and push to one side.

- Withdraw pressure line of suction pressure sensor from mounting.
- Release screws (1) and remove mounting (2).

- Release screws (1) and remove endplate (2).
- Tightening torque ................................................ 9 Nm


- Release screw (1).
- Remove wiring harness for oxygen sensors from clip (2) and remove starter motor heat shield.


- Release starter motor connections (1) and (2).
- Alternator connection on starter ................................ 14 Nm
- Engine harness to starter solenoid ............................... 8 Nm
- Remove wiring harness from transmission area.

Note:Routing of wiring harness to starter motor.


- Release screw (1).
- Release screws (2).
- Remove transmission mounting.

Lower engine approx. 135 mm.

Note:A second person is required to help in removing and installing the transmission.

- Release transmission bolts.
- Remove transmission.
wow! I didn't expect that!
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Clutch calls for 11.6 Hours labor also.
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Clutch calls for 11.6 Hours labor also.
That I expected.
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  • Power steering pump - 32416778425 - $655.43
  • Power steering fluid - 83290429576 - $22.70
  • Replace power steering pump - Labor - 2 hours - $178.00
  • .
  • Super charger belt - 11287520199 - $55.00
  • Replace super charger belt - Labor - 0.7 - $62.30
  • .
  • Shop supplies - $14.00
  • .
  • Labor total - $240.30
  • Parts total - $747.13
  • Sub total - $987.43
  • Tax - $74.72
  • .
  • Total - $1062.15

Any questions feel free to ask.

I dropped off the car today. Have fun with it. Thanks
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Parts guy dropped the ball. Waiting on a powersteering oring. It should be here in the morning. Belt is on. Good thing you decided to replace the belt it was close to failing.
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With as much as that supercharger gets used, that doesn't surprise me. Glad to see you guys found it before it failed.
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Parts guy dropped the ball. Waiting on a powersteering oring. It should be here in the morning. Belt is on. Good thing you decided to replace the belt it was close to failing.

I am in no hurry, take your time. That belt had about 50,000 miles. But it was a non factory NAPA belt. The original belt looked fairly good at 83,000. I think Mini recommends replacement at 60,000. I had a weird feeling about it. I could hear it. (of course I am the only one who can hear it. At least I am not crazy)
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I've learned this much--never ignore what you think is wrong if you hear something. I know there's things on all my cars that I can only hear that indicate the very early start of a problem. But I've been right on many occasions and fixed stuff before it became an issue.
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how much for a full timing belt and water pump service on a 2002 Audi A4 Quattro, 3L V6, 6MT?
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Thanks for a great job Josh..I forgot how much fun that car is. I picked it up at 10 and took the 3 hour drive home.
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...and took the 3 hour drive home.
lol! Your house is only 20mins away from their shop.
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