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Year: 2013
Make: Volkswagen
Model: Golf R
Price: $45,000
Mileage: 12,800

Color: Rising Blue
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): MA
Transmission: Manual
Drivetrain: AWD

Time has come for a new project, so I'm selling my current toy.

Innovative Motorsports did all of the wiring and motor swap hardware stuff. United Motorsport has done all of the software for the car.

Full Build Sheet:
Engine:
2.5L 5-Cylinder
Precision Turbo 5858 BB T4
Precision 39mm Waste gate
Forge Super DV
IE Rods
JE Pistons 8:5:1
ARP head bolts
HEP Intake Manifold
BSH Motor mounts
Motor Balanced
Custom IMS return fuel system

Intake:
Custom in-house 3.5" intake piping
Custom in-house 3.5" charge Piping
Garret 700HP Core

Exhaust:
Custom in-house exhaust manifold
Custom in-house 3.5" down pipe & mid-pipe
Billy Boat Golf R cat back
Custom Stage 2 South bend Endurance clutch & single mass flywheel

Software:
ME17 MAF-less ECU
United Motorsport Custom Tuning

Suspension & Chassis:
KW Clubsports
Unibrace uB and xB bracing

Brakes:
Forge Motorsport 356mm 6-piston big brake kit

Wheels & Tires
Nuespeed RSe14 19x8 et45
Michelin Pilot Super Sport 225/35/19

Interior:
Euro Motorsport Recaro Seats

Exterior:
OEM Euro LED Tail Lights.

Car is a blast to drive. We guestimate based on what it will keep up with and what we know about the hardware that the car is making around 450awhp and about 400awtq. There is room for more, just waiting on some dev work to be done. Anyone that buys the car would get the latest software included.

The car is very reliable, it has been driven long distances and hard without any issues. It could easily serve as a daily driver if you so wanted. As it stands now, the car has only seen rain a handful of times and never seen the snow. The paint is in perfect condition, not a single swirl on it anywhere.

I will not part the car out, it will be sold as a whole.

Regarding the price: You could buy a TT-RS with almost an identical motor, and smaller turbo for 58K. You'd need a lot more than 2K to make up for the difference in performance.

Pictures:
Everything all together and heat wrapped. Dirty from testing:


And now for some glamour shots:
















And a video:
Video

Please send me a PM with your contact info if you're interested in making a deal.
 

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Looks wicked.
 

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I remember ragging on the [what I thought to be] crazy price for your R36 a while back. But THIS on the other hand is a pretty awesome car. GLWS!!
 
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