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  1. I'm not sure where this mk4 thing comes from. The only mk4's that were 12v were not in the UK. Unless its utilising 24v parts, I dont know. However, OBD2 VR Golf's used a single chain and one piece plastic tensioner, along with the 021109507B (not A!) tensioning bolt. These where meant to be better than the older duplex chain and two piece plastic and metal tensioners where the rivets can wear through causing the top layer of plastic to break free rattling around inside the crankcase.
  2. Looks like we think the same on two timing chain related threads too :thumbleft:
  3. This thread - http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?2586629-How-can-new-style-timing-chain-tensioner-fit-into-92-VR6 confirms the newer tensioning bolt is longer. Vag-hag is probably right. Check part number of tensioning bolt it should be 021109507A to match your chains and guide (B suffix is later part).
  4. Duplex chain so must be. Just wondering why you didnt go for the newer one piece guide when you changed them?
  5. You do some nice bits. Any chance of adding a few more Corrado badges in the future? :)
  6. I'll take this please mate. How do I pay?
  7. Ahh what!? These are genuine? I need a drivers side motor, will have to order a pair asap then!!
  8. If your handy with the spanners, you can do clutch and chains for about £250.
  9. Lazy really, but I'll steal this thread, rather than start my own... I'm looking for Aqua Blue doors and tailgate pretty please chaps?
  10. Any pictures of them please, or are they long gone now?
  11. Thanks mate. Had to mention it, but first thoughts are overly helpful people always come across as guilty haha. So just give me it back and buy your own.
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