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Yes, it will, but you need a number of genuine Motorsport (GT2) parts to have it done properly. I am very pleased with the work done on my 2004 TT. And will cost more than £2400 if ALL required parts (proper wheel arch liners, brackets and other parts for fitting the centre radiator at an angle, etc.) are used and all quality painted and fitted. Many "suppliers" will give just the external parts and not replace what they should in the "invisible" areas. Beware! q.
Thanks for your feedback. The fact there is 2 of us means it is much less of a conicidence. I am not worried or paranoid since readings are proper and accurate once the indication comes back where it should be. I will try to find out through my contacts at the factory what makes it do what it does. Thanks again, q.
Just changed from a 2003 C2 into a new 2004 TT and the oil pressure gauge on the TT behaves quite differently. Instead of a smooth, one movement gradual drop and rise when rpm/throttle is opened or reduced, whenever the throttle is gently opened or reduced between 2000 and 3000 rpm the needle first sharply swings down (for approx. 1 bar distance) and within a couple of seconds returns back where the real pressure is and then continues to move either up or down "properly". The pressure reading is correct, it just looks as if there is a momentary "electrical" glitch whenever the throttle percent