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Old 01-14-2013, 09:00 AM
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Couldnt sleep last night so ended up a million pages deep reading the 1.8t technical forums over at vortex. And its got me wantint to do the delete for these things for 2 reasons. Cleaned up engine bay and less places for a vacuum leak to happen. Just wanted to know who out there has done it. As far as i could tell there really isnt any side effects except a cel for the sai, and i dont have to resistor the n249 if i just keep it plugged in but not plumbed. Do i pretty much have the right idea here?
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Watch these:

Savko Custom Performance – 1.8T Engine Bay Cleanup – Part 1

Savko Custom Performance – 1.8T Engine Bay Cleanup – Part 2

And buy these:

Integrated Engineering SAI/EVAP Delete Resistor (Rectangle plug)

Which resistors do I need?

For a 1.8T:

N80 valve (EVAP purge valve) - oval style

N112 valve (SAI combi valve) - rectangle style

N75, N249, VVT - rectangle style

For a 2.7T:

N80 valve (EVAP purge valve) - rectangle style

N249 - rectangle style
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I'm slowly gathering supplies to do this. Got my spring clamps for a cleaner look. I hate how regular his clamps look. Need to get resistors, hose and some plastic fittings. Also need to build my catch can. The only down fall from deleting everything is cold starts can be rough. I plan on starting the delete in the spring.
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I might buy the 42dd catch can today so i can do evap as well. One of my radiator fans is dead so thats happening this weekend. I might try and the n249 and sai as well if i dont get a catch can right now
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Also that resistor will work for all those valves?
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Also you will need the secondary air code "coded" out.
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Yeah the cel isnt a big deal to me i dont have to worry about emissions.
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True but if another problem comes up you won't know with the light on.
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Very valid point
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