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Date:         Fri, 21 Nov 2003 05:09:04 +0000
Reply-To:     Chris DeLong <green536@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From:         Chris DeLong <green536@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject:      Re: ETKA & ELSA ?
Comments: To: tp@WHSMITHNET.CO.UK
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Funny that I should see this. ETKA should not be sold as VWoA will come after if they find out you sold any copies. Freely giving them is another story. If I had a burner I would burn everyone a copy. Those that are selling them are missing the idea and the comeraderie (sp) of owning a VW and basically just trying to help a brutha out.

Those that sell them are wrong and dont understand.

BTW, does anyone have a copy of ELSA?

Chris DeLong Fine Tuning 206.367.5503 Seattle, WA USA

>From: Tony Polson <tp@WHSMITHNET.CO.UK> >Reply-To: Tony Polson <tp@WHSMITHNET.CO.UK> >To: vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM >Subject: Re: ETKA & ELSA ? >Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 03:14:10 -0000 > >Steven Dodson wrote: > > > > I am looking for both ETKA and ELSA (it's Euro >counterpart) for Win2000pro. > > > > I need ETKA for my '87 Syncro GL and ELSA for the '01 SEAT >1.9L TDI engine > > I'm installing in it. > > > > Anyone know where/how to find these? Thanks! > > >Hi Steven, > >The best source for these is probably eBay UK, where sellers >speak something resembling English and many accept PayPal or >BidPay. Go to the eBay UK home page and click on the >category "Automotive", then do a search for "ETKA", which is >what the UK versions are called. I haven't heard of ELSA, >does that have SEAT models in addition to VW? > >Good luck with your conversion. I looked into doing the >same conversion on my 1985 Transporter but decided that the >complex electronics were beyond my ability. If you ever >decide the same, there is a custom Bosch all-mechanical >Diesel injection pump available for the 1.9TDI that makes it >almost as mechanically simple as the 1.9TD - but the pump is >not cheap. > >If I can be of any help with contact details, please don't >hesitate to ask. > >Best regards, > >Tony > >'85 Transporter 1.9 WBX

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