VanGogh Broken VW Engine Block Fix Kit for 2.0T Turbo Gas Engine Only

This kit is only for the 2.0T Turbocharged gasoline engine (EA113) used in MK5 VW GTI, MK5 Jetta and GLI, MK6 Golf R, MK5 GTI Edition 30, MK6 GTI Edition 35, 2006-2008 B6 Passat, 2007-2008 Tiguan, 2006-2008 Eos, Polo R WRC and Scirocco R. It also fits the 2004 through 2008 Audi A3, S3 and also the Audi TT and TTS with the 2.0T four cylinder engine as well as the Seat Cupra R, Leon, Toledo, Altea and the Skoda Octavia RS as well. This kit does not fit the 2.0T with a timing chain that was first used in 2009. This kit fits engines with a timing belt only. (Also, if your oil filter is at the top of the engine then this kit will not fit your engine.) Use of this part requires you to tap the head gasket alignment dowel (marked with red arrow in fourth picture from the left) upward by 3 mm to be flush with the cast iron protrusion (third picture from the left above). This will not affect the cylinder head in any way.  

Repairs broken blocks on engine codes BPY, BPJ, BWA, BWE, BWJ, BUL, BHZ, BWD, BYD, CDL and AXX and other possible codes for the 2.0 Turbo gasoline engine. You will need to either loosen or remove the turbocharger to install this part. Please consider this when estimating labor times. You will also need to replace all of the stock VAG bolts shown in the last picture schematic. We do not offer these bolts. We also do not offer instructions with this kit. Please use the pictures on this page as a guide. 

US Shipping:  We offer FedEx 2nd Day for just $7.99 and it will deliver on Saturdays, too! Overnight delivery is available as well. We ship Monday through Friday from Texas.

International shipping:  We can ship this kit via International 1st Class USPS Shipping to Canada via USPS First Class Package International that has a 1-4 week delivery time. If your car is down we recommend the slightly more expensive but much faster 2-4 day FedEx International Priority service. We are currently only shipping FedEx to countries outside of the US or Canada due to Coronavirus-related mail slowness. FedEx will require you to pay local taxes and brokerage fees upon delivery. For Canada, the new USMCA trade agreement will reduce or eliminate taxes and duties on this item.

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