How often should you service a Golf R?

How often should you service a Golf R?

The recommended service interval is every 12 months or 10,000 miles (whichever comes first). A major service ensures your car continues to run smoothly. The recommended service interval is every 24 months or 20,000 miles (whichever comes first).

What is VW long life service?

The LongLife Service regime is so called because there are no set service intervals and, depending on how you drive your vehicle, and the conditions of use, a service will be required anywhere between 9,000 miles or 12 months (whichever occurs first), up to a maximum of 20,000* miles or 24 months (whichever occurs …

What kind of exhaust system does a golf your use?

The IS38ETR turbo requires an uprated downpipe with sports cat, plus high-flow exhaust system. The owner of this R has supplied a full turbo-back exhaust, which it has to be said looks stunning. Highly polished with intricate welds, it looks very high-end and includes the adjustable valve set-up.

How does dynamic launch control work on a Golf R?

Dynamic Launch Control is a very neat feature that allows you to launch at various different RPMs, depending on throttle position – ideal for getting the best 0-60mph times. Clutch pressures have also been optimised to deal with the additional power which means no requirement for an uprated clutch pack.

How does the integrated recirculation valve work on a Golf R?

The integrated recirculation valve is basically a blow-off valve integrated into the compressor housing. When the throttle valve is closed and the pressure in the inlet drops, the valve opens, and air from the discharge side of the compressor is diverted back into the inlet of the compressor. This helps to avoid the compressor going into surge.

Is it possible to make a golf your 500bhp?

To find out just how easy it is to transform a stock Golf R into a 500bhp weapon. We joined Revo at their UK HQ as they installed their Performance Pack and IS38ETR Power Package (link to the latest v2 Turbo) to a customer’s car.