Question about 1990 Volkswagen Corrado
Further parts needed.
Motronic fuel injection ECU.
Intake ducting and airbox etc.
VR6 engine mods add more than 100 lbs up front. You'll need front end suspension off an A2 VR6 in which case you end up ditching your 4-bolt hubs anyway. Keeping suspension standard will have you feel like you're wallowing around in a rowboat. Easier to just get the whole Golf/Jetta 2 (A2) VR6 front suspension and bolt it on.
Original suspension can be kept but change the coil springs and shocks at least.
Engine mounts will have to be modified.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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