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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-17-2000, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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All right, who on the East coast would install a 1.9 VW Turbo D in my 88Zuk... Myrtle Beach, SC

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HEY!? where did you find a 1.9td and how much im very jealous!!! The one I could locate was whopping 2800.00 so I didnt go for that instead i got the 1.6, but I havnt installed it yet because i have a lift to do first. If you have a line on another 1.9td i'll get that too if its a good price. As for who would install it, you should try to do it yourself because itd be you that maintains it. The people at keltec and whomever you buy the kit from should offer tons of help. Let me know what you find and what you know about stray 1.9td in need of a loving home Thanks, Max

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I'm not lookng for a 1.9TD yet. My Zuk has 130k miles on it, burns no oil, is strong, but I know it can't last forever... Just seeking info for future possibilities...

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I know exactly what you mean. My 88.5 is a bit weak right now and im thinking about conversions. Unfortunately, the majority of the community is west US, and doesnt make it too practical for us.(im a bit further north in MA.) I checked a local engine shop and they would not touch it unless it was a factory replacement 1.3.I have heard of some real good guys in NH who can do wonders on a Zuk. there was also some talk of a shop in upstate NY- but no word since.Maybe the folks at Spidertrax might know of someone? Theyre midway between us in Jersey. If you hear of any competent places, let me know-Im pulling the zuk out of storage in a month and cant wait to do some mods..

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I can do your install. Please contact me directly by clicking on the address below if you are interested.

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Tim Justice
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