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Volkswagen Performance Parts

Volkswagen is a German automobile manufacturer and is one of the largest automakers in the world. They rank third in allocating the most dollars in the industry towards the research and development of future automobiles, as well. There are many ways to upgrade your Volkswagen's performance. Most enthusiasts start off by adding a cold air intake system is a great way to advance the performance of your Jetta's engine. The upgrade will also increase your gas mileage. Another popular modification for most enthusiasts involves modifying the suspension. There are many options for improving performance and looks. One of the most common suspension modifications are coilover systems. Basic coilover kits allow you to adjust the ride height to your liking and come from the factory with fixed damping. More advanced or performance oriented coilover systems include multiple ride height, compression, and rebound, and alignment adjustments. This type of coilover is ideal for performance driving. Many enthusiasts also upgrade their cars sway bars which will help reduce body roll and keep the car plated. If you have questions about Volkswagen’s performance parts or components, the FCP Euro team and website are always accessible for any support.

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You can now pull the breather hose out off of the air box. Use a ratchet to take out both of the bolts that are holding down the stock air box and remove it. Also take off the last nut that is holding the stock duct to the fender. With a screwdriver, remove the four bolts that hold the battery tray and then pull it out of the engine. Carefully pull the wire harness out of the fender well. Clip the harness onto the other side of the grounding wire. Take off the five screws that are holding the plastic wheel liner to the wheel well and remove the plastic cradle holding the harness in place. Pull off the final two plastic rivets on the radiator and the plastic rivet on the driver's side below your Jetta’s headlight. Remove the plastic guard and fasten the cold air intake's rubber mount to the hole below the battery tray. Reinstall the temperature sensor, which is the wire harness, by pressing it in and then attach the cold air intake coupler to the end of the sensor. Put one of the intake's washers onto the stud that the air duct was mounted to and attach the intake tube to your VW’s sensor's coupler. Fasten it with the hose clamp. Fasten the lower part of the tube to the stud with the washer on it and to the rubber mount from before. Install the conical filter to the lowest end of the intake tube with the hose clamp. Join the breather hose to the cold air intake's hose adapter. Put the vacuum hose onto the main air intake tube and push it down. Reinstall the wheel liner and the headlight bolt. Reinstall the battery tray and connect the battery. FCP Euro's intellectual call center staff is ready to answer any questions you have or support you may need. If you are uneasy about which performance part is needed for your Volkswagen, FCP has a generous line up for the Volkswagen brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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