Oh, they don't make a V2 anymore? Or maybe just not for this model. You think 951+? I know the sedans barely weigh over 3000 lbs, but I guess if I have a car full of people?varia said:there is no V2.
KW 1 or KW3. you should go with the 951+kb
Verkline would ship it to the USA, however price went up.
Yup - that is the original ad. It has vbelts from my understanding. We're still trying to figure out the logistics of AC... doing the dashboard replacement/heater core/new cluster this week... Just got some KW V1's on order (hopefully)... those are big priorities now. Hopefully AC at some point.. but seems like a bigger challenge.jbrentd said:I guess that's the ad from when the OP bought it?
With regards to AC, does it still have the AAN serpentine belt setup? Or converted to v-belts?
Oof lol. There is no aftermarket radio and I have actually left the OEM radio out this whole time so nothing is drawing power from the radio. There is also no aftermarket keyless entry of any kind.jonas-k said:One starting point is to see if there are any changes from the factory setup.
Two main offenders are
1) aftermarket radio installs. The factory radio had constant power. Aftermarket radios need a switched input and depending on where this was pulled from, can cause parasitic draws
2) aftermarket alarms/keyless entry. This usually involves splicing into the factory alarm/central locking system, and can similarly lead to parasitic draws.
Next step would be to go through the wiring diagrams to see where each portion of that circuit can be interrupted to further narrow the diagnostics. Makes for good bathroom reading.
If the cigarette lighter doesn't work, then that whole circuit becomes suspect and warrants investigation. Good luck!!
I actually found a set of Hella's for $50 more than I paid for the Depos... sadly.. on a german parts site. Supposed to be here Friday. I will see how big of a difference they are.PRY4SNO said:Any chance you can cobble the two headlights together? Maybe use the back plastic housing and the adjustment rod/gear and the guts and lenses of the Depos?
For the fuel pump, a decent ramen budget option is the 90 sedan pump. Pretty sure they flowed a bit more for the 2.8 v6.
Realistically though, a DW pump will fit into the basket and supply enough for a mild to moderate build for a reasonable price.
https://shop.efiexpress.com/products/de ... _fuel_pump" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
I hear the 044 is loud? I guess mine is fairly loud too but only cuz it aint workin right haha.DE80q said:Your best bet for the fuel pump is an 044. I didn't really need one either, as I'm only making around 300hp on my 10vt, but it's a direct replacement with me real guess work.
As for the headlights, you will notice a huge difference in quality, and light output.