A Volkswagen Golf Trendline MK V with a VW badge came into our RamSpeed workshop for its 120,000 KM’s scheduled log book service. Based on the vehicle’s mileage and service history we carried out a major “B” service on this vehicle with standard replacement of the engine oil, air filter, pollution filter and oil filter using VW parts and required fluids. As part of the service our technician will carry out a complete vehicle safety inspection, with all brakes including pads and rotors to be inspected and report for any signs of hydraulics and the current brake wear. All lights, hoses, belts and tyre pressures are to also be checked and corrected where necessary. As requested by the customer we also performed a full system OBD test and report on this vehicle to diagnose and potential issues.
RamSpeed Automotive is Australia’s No 1, privately owned European car specialist with focus on European vehicle repairs and servicing including performance upgrades for all VW models (see our VW Performance work here) including Volkswagen Golf Trendline MK V. Our business is known for comprehensive diagnostics expertise and our ability to address complex mechanical and electronic issues found in a wide range of increasingly sophisticated European models. RamSpeed is well known complex fault finding within all VW electronic components including ABS, brakes, suspension, exhaust, gearbox and the electronic computer units (ECU). We are able to repair all VW electronic modules and retune or re-flash original ECU units with German performance tuning maps. RamSpeed Automotive is able to perform aftermarket module scanning and repairs of many exotic and luxury cars. At RamSpeed your VW maintenance and ownership costs can be greatly reduced with regular scheduled and logbook services.
We are about to discover what;s wrong with this popular R32. Coolant leaks are consistant with a well-used waterpump. DSG service is a 60,000 km interval.
A VW Golf in for a service and diagnostics due to loss of power. Our smoke machine revealed air leak as evident by slight smoke haze shown in the picture below.
Vehicle ready for some in depth diagnostics off the hoist and post service.
A Volkswgen Golf Gti MKV in our RamSpeed workshop for its 60,000 KM’s major log book service. We performed a full service on this VW Golf GTi with replacement of the engine oil, oil filter, air filter, pollen filter and spark plugs using genuine VW parts. As part of the service a complete vehicle safety inspection was also carried out. All braking components including pads and rotors have been checked for hydraulic leaks and wear. A report on all components has been provided back to the Gti owner. We also had to replaced the front brake pads and brake wear sensors on this Volkswagen Golf GT and flushed the brake fluid right throughout the brake system including ABS.
RamSpeed Automotive (Hills) Pty Ltd is Australia’s No 1, privately owned European car specialist with focus on European and prestige vehicle repairs and servicing including performance upgrades for all Volkswagen models including VW Golf GTi. Our business is known for comprehensive diagnostics expertise and our ability to address complex mechanical, electrical and electronic issues found in a wide range of increasingly sophisticated European models. RamSpeed is well known for in depth fault finding within all Volkswagen electronic components including ABS, brakes, suspension, exhaust, gearbox, intake system, fuel system and the electronic computer units (ECU). RamSpeed Automotive is able to perform aftermarket module scanning and repairs of many exotic and luxury cars. At RamSpeed your Volkswagen maintenance and ownership costs can be greatly reduced with regular scheduled and logbook services.
Nice little VW Golf R32 in for a major service, repairs to the Bluetooth and OEM Navigation equipment. The owner also opted for an upgrade for the Front slotted rotors and performance brake pads. ECU has also been remapped for the extra power and acceleration using KraftWerk
Above new sports slotter brake rotors replace the below OEM brake system on this VW Gold R32
Below interor with dash and console being removed for the repairs and installation of the Bluetooth module as well as work on the R32 navigation system.
Below, navigation unit removed.
Below, facia of the control unit of the radio, navigation and other in car services.
Original rubber brake fluid hoses replaces by a more solid, braided racing item for less flex, more pressure control and safety.
Supplied high pressure hoses ready for the installation on the performance brake system on this VW Golf R32
Standard Service performed with new synthetic oil from Liqui Moly and VW Oil Filter.