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Old 25-08-16, 16:01
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I've read through this and the original PP1 thread without finding anywhere to actually order the nozzles...? Is it based on forum PMs?

I have one concern: I live in Norway, and obviously don't have the opportunity to go to UK to get a remap. Rake: Do you have any suggestions on what to do? It's a 97, so I take it it needs new chips soldered on too.

Do you reckon I can fit the new nozzles and then get a remap from any VW tuner here in Norway, of course one that tunes the actual ECU and no piggyback box or anything...?
Hi candikid,

I would suggest that you contact the local mappers prior to ordering to confirm that they can indeed perform the chip solder work and map to oversized nozzles. We have had a fair few NO customers so I am sure this is possible.

Kind regards.

Ron.
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Another positive experience for the PP injectors. I have a Y reg 102 Caravelle which hasn't run right since I got it - it had diesel knock under load, power wasn't impressive either.

Admittedly I discovered a couple of things whilst changing the injectors - I had definitely been missing one of the pillars that goes under the other end of the injector clamp, and that injector showed some evidence of blowby because of this. I also think that one of the injectors was missing it's copper seal, but it is possible I dropped it as I was removing it and didn't realise. Finally, one of the specially shaped washers that sit under the injector clamp bolt was missing.



Knocked up replacements for the missing pillar and washer in my lathe.




Aside from that, changing them is fairly easy, I didn't remove the radiator, just took the top part of the grille off and the crossmember and tilted the rad forward to the service position. And of course you have to drop the undertray to get at the connector for the lift sensing injector. Little bit fiddly in parts and having a magnet tool on a stick helps avoiding dropping the bits.

I've only been out on one short trip with it so far, but it was immediately evident that it is totally transformed, with more power at all points in the rev range, no smoke and still with a nice smooth idle.

So thanks very much Ron/Rake/Project Power!

Gav
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Recent feedback about PP1's here -

https://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/showpost...87&postcount=1
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Old 21-08-18, 22:20
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Hey Rake, could you PM me the price for a set of injectors for PP2 please?
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Hi Rake,

Can you PM price for PP0.5 injectors please? 2.5tdi ACV 102

Can you just supply nozzles? or is it the full setup?

Thanks.
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