View Full Version : Timing Belt kits! Question

alexandre le
10-06-2009, 12:13 PM
Does anybody know where i can get some kits that is a high quality for a good price. where is there a place or site that i can trust on the quality ??

does anybody know??[confused][:d]



10-06-2009, 12:15 PM

check out http://www.034motorsport.com/ as well.

10-06-2009, 12:50 PM
x2 ^^

ECS Tuning-Audi
10-06-2009, 02:18 PM
We have a few different kits available, they can be found here on the website for the 1.8T:


Feel free to shoot us a PM if you have any questions!

10-06-2009, 03:54 PM
if i recall 034 has a kevlar timing belt kit out now... that sounds pretty durable to me!

anyone running this? i just got mine done kinda wish i would have gone that route... but whatever i doubt ill own my car for longer than 75k more miles

10-06-2009, 04:11 PM
my friend bought his from MJM... I got mine from Blau parts. Both are quality.

Quattro 4 Life
10-06-2009, 05:55 PM
yeah i was going to mention the blau parts, i think it was the best price last time i checked at the beginning of the summer; not sure if they have the kevlar Tbelt though

10-06-2009, 09:06 PM
mjmautohaus.com make sure you get the right engine code though i got the wrong one and they are being dicks about replacing it ive emailed and called 50 times

10-06-2009, 09:10 PM
I can vouch for blauparts.com - "complete timing belt kit" for 269.95 w/ free shipping. I just did my belts this weekend on AEB motor and everything you could possibly need to do the job is included in the kit. All German made quality parts. They also gave me an instructions guide and a free Meyle oil filter as a gift. [up]

10-07-2009, 10:58 AM
I can personally verify that anything less than TRUE OEM parts is Russian roulette with a fully loaded gun. I purchased an “OEM” kit from FCP Groton and the timing belt tensioner bearing and dampener failed with in 500 miles, luckily did not skip the belt. When the provided the replacement parts was when I fully realized these were not OEM, I re-read the product description which said “meets or exceeds OE specifications”, and exactly how is that measured? Well in one of my worst decisions, I put the replacement parts on…for another 500 miles until the damper and tensioner bearing stuck down again. Luckily again close to home and no damage. I just put true OEM parts on yesterday and won’t make that mistake again.

For sourcing of what I consider good OEM parts, I use Autohausaz.com and also consider ecs tuning a good source.