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2001 VW Golf GTi VR6 On the MAF sensor connecting plug you will see 5 pin numbers. Each pin number correspond to a wire color: Pin no.# 1 = violet/green, is comming from pin no.# 26 of ECM. ECM = Engine Control Module. Pin no.# 2 = blue/yellow, is comming from fuse no.# 43 = 10 Amp. (battery plus is comming through a blue wire from pin no.# 23 of fuel pump relay). Pin no.# 3 = green, is comming from pin no.# 27 of ECM. Pin no.# 4 = red/violet, is comming from pin no.# 53 of ECM. Pin no.# 5 = black, is comming from pin no.# 29 of ECM.
TO PUT THE ENGINE IN U WOULD HAVE TO USE THE TRANSMISSION FROM THE VR6 ALL THE WIRING & COMPUTER.U WOULD HAVE TO FABRICATE,HOSES,WIRING,ENGINE MOUNTS.NOT TO MENTION IS THERE ENOUGH ROOM IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT.
the amount of money and time it would require to turn your N/A (naturally aspirated) into a forced induction car(turbocharger, or supercharger), you would require the buttom end to be built, fueling, exahust, ecu(computer) forged rods/pistons/ then the turbo or super charger, also alot more, if you go to vwvortex.com and click on the forums and look around, you can see the different setups people are running on their VW's AUDI's