How To Add a Boost Gauge Display (MK7.5 Golf R + MQB)

If you want to install a boost gauge in your MQB Gti, Golf, Golf R, or other VW and Audi cars, the PolarFIS is a clean way to get tons of data displayed on the Cluster. The Polar FIS takes vehicle can-bus data and displays it on either the standard instrument cluster, or on the virtual cockpit. This is a cool little add on to a MQB car.

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Do Catch Cans Work?

In this video we install the Racingline Catch Can for MQB cars. This catch can install will replace the OEM PCV valve and fine oil separator. I will show you step by step how to install a catch can for most MQB VW and Audi cars. Also the Golf R catch can installation requires relocating the top of the washer fluid bottle. We will also be testing how much this catch can ACTUALLY works to keep carbon off the intake valves. #humblemechanic #golfR #VW #MQB

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Trouble viewing? Watch “Golf R Oil Catch Can Install ~ MK7, MK7.5 MQB” on YouTube.

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2019 Golf R best modifications

We are going on 10 months of owning the Golf R! BTW, did I tell you guys that it’s one of 13 in the US? Pretty rad to have a rare car. Would be cooler if it was 1/1 but hey I can deal HA. In the last few months I have done a bunch more updates for the R including Carbon inspection, Intake manifold DIY, even found out I got flagged TD1! Below is a recap of the videos I did for you guys!

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Trouble viewing? Watch “The 5 BEST Modifications for the Golf R ~ Do THESE First!” on YouTube.

 

Trouble viewing? Watch “How To Make Your 12v Outlet Stay On ~ No Tools Required” on YouTube.

 

Trouble viewing? Watch “Did VW Void the Warranty on the Modified Golf R?” on YouTube.

 

Trouble viewing? Watch “How To Code Automatic Reverse Overlay ~ 2019 Golf R” on YouTube.

 

Trouble viewing? Watch “How To Turn Off STOP START” on YouTube.

 

Trouble viewing? Watch “How Much Carbon Build Up at 10,000 Miles?? ~ 2019 Golf R” on YouTube.

 

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Stage 2 Crackle Tune vs No Crackle Tune ~ Golf R

Making your exhaust pop and crackle can be achieved with out a tune. However having your car tuned for a crackle, pops and bangs is much more effective. Today we look how tuning your ECM can make the exhaust crackle, pop or bang. Tuning the ECM simply to get pops and bangs is not an anti-lag system, but does it give you any performance gains? Is a crackle tune cool? Would you crackle tune your 4cyl engine? Should I keep the crackles? LOL

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Trouble viewing? Watch “Stage 2 Crackle Tune vs No Crackle Tune ~ Golf R” on YouTube.

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