Projektzwo Jetta 4 The grille comes as a two-piece kit, with the grille as one piece and the mesh as the other piece. The mesh needs to be trimmed and attached to the grille via Phillips head screws. The grille comes as a two-piece kit, with the grille as one piece and the mesh as the othe Remove the hood latch by lifting the latch with a screwdriver and popping the retainer clip off. Use a screwdriver to spread the hood release lever, making sure not to lose the hood release lever, and then completely remove the factory grille. Also, remove the factory VW emblem in the OE grille. Remove the hood latch by lifting the latch with a screwdriver and popping the retainer cli Remove the two T25 Torx screws from the bumper behind the OE grille. Pop the VW emblem onto the projektzwo grille, and connect the grille to the bumper with the two Torx screws. Remove the two T25 Torx screws from the bumper behind the OE grille. Pop the VW emblem ont Autometer Carbon-Fiber Disconnect the battery so the airbag doesnt accidentally activate and remove the ECU for a later step. Remove the A-pillar by pulling up the airbag symbol and unscrewing the two flathead screws, and then pry the A-pillar from the car. Disconnect the battery so the airbag doesnt accidentally activate and remove the ECU Pass the wiring from the back of the gauge through the SPR pillar pod and through the dash to the drivers side fuse box. Tap into the 5-amp dash light fuse to power the Autometer boost gauge light. Pass the wiring from the back of the gauge through the SPR pillar pod and through the dash Tap into the boost pressure sender line with a T fitting. Route the boost gauge pressure line through the fresh air dam to the ECU box, and then run the line into the cockpit through the wiring grommet. Connect the hose to the back of the boost gauge, put the gauge into the SPR pillar pod, and install the new pillar. Reinstall the ECU and reconnect the battery, and then youre good to go. Tap into the boost pressure sender line with a T fitting. Route the boost gauge pressure l Nitrous Express Following the directions from Nitrous Express, tap into the fuel line with the supplied Y connector, and run the new line to the Nitrous Express fuel solenoid. Before cutting into the fuel line, make sure surrounding areas are covered in paper towels to catch any fuel that may drip. Following the directions from Nitrous Express, tap into the fuel line with the supplied Install the 10-pound nitrous bottle in the trunk with the top facing forward and with the base slightly lower than the head. Run the nitrous tubing from the trunk to the engine bay, and connect the tube to the nitrous solenoid. Install the 10-pound nitrous bottle in the trunk with the top facing forward and with th Connect the two solenoids to the engine bay facing the air intake. Drill a hole in the intake tube (tap into the intake just before it enters the engine), wrap some thread lock around the nitrous/fuel Y connector threads, and tap the unit into the intake tube. Connect the two solenoids to the engine bay facing the air intake. Drill a hole in the i Using the Nitrous Express coding diagram, place the appropriate nozzles on the nitrous/ fuel Y connector, and connect the nitrous and fuel lines. Using the Nitrous Express coding diagram, place the appropriate nozzles on the nitrous/ Wire the two nitrous buttons into the car, and connect via toggle switches. We wired the nitrous arming switch into the pre-existing hi-fi button (permanently turning the stereo onto hi-fi mode), and the remote bottle opener into the unused space to the left of the hi-fi button. Wire the two nitrous buttons into the car, and connect via toggle switches. We wired the n Wrap the nitrous bottle with the supplied bottle warmer, connect the nitrous line, the pressure monitor, and the remote bottle opener solenoid, and connect the electrical connectors. Now, youre ready to go racing. Wrap the nitrous bottle with the supplied bottle warmer, connect the nitrous line, the pre Projektzwo Jetta 4 Front Grille MSRP: $259 Pertinent Info: Although we had 1552 Design install the grille, anyone could do it. The hardest part of the install is trimming the wire mesh to match the projektzwo grille and even that was childs play. The only part of the install you shouldnt do yourself is color-match the grille to the car. After the grille was painted by a pro, the installation took a measly ten minutes. Purchase Product: 1552 Design,941/343-0477, www.1552design.com Installation: Home Autometer Carbon-Fiber Boost Gauge and SPR A-pillar Pod MSRP : Autometer gauge $75.25, SPR A-pillar pod $245 Pertinent Info : The installation isnt too difficult, but finding the right tube to tap into for the boost reading may confuse you for a second, and disconnecting the battery is a good idea when removing airbag-equipped A-pillars, as you may end up with an airbag in your face. Other important items to note: the SPR pod (which is available for most Audis, VWs, and BMWs) has a $25 core charge in addition to the price, but replaces the entire A-pillar, and the Autometer gauge is real carbon fiber. Installation took us about two hours on an Audi S4, so you ought to be able to do it in half that time. Purchase Info : Autometer Products, Inc., 815/895-8141, www.autometer.com; Supreme Power Parts, 714/632-1951, www.supremepowerparts.com Installation : Home Nitrous Express Stage 1 EFI Nitrous Kit MSRP: $599 Pertinent Info: We decided to boost the power on a supercharged 97 BMW M3. Initially, we set the nozzles for a 35-shot, but before the week was finished we upped it to a 50-shot. The kit came with everything needed for a speedy install, including a 10-pound bottle and bottle warmer, and the potential for a 75 horsepower gain. You should be able to get the kit installed and working within three hours. Purchase Info: Nitrous Express, 888/463-2781, www.nitrousexpress.com Installation: R&D Dyno Services, 310/516-1003 Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!