Modifications as of 11/12/13:
3.01L, 0.020" pistons, forged crank, NA block, 13T turbos, K&N intake, CX Racing pre turbo pipes, SS Y-pipe, CX Racing oil cooler (mounted in front), SS oil cooler lines, SS oil feed lines, DNP precat deletes, ESP downpipe, test pipe, DSM SMICs, Ninja Performance boost controller, vacuum reduction, RPS Max Street, drilled/slotted rotors, Depo Racing gauges, custom leather seats, and MMCdroid OBDI-Bluetooth datalogging adapter. Everything built and done by me. As always, more to come soon.
Currently on the shelf: KYB GR-2 struts, Tein S-Tech lowering springs, ARC-2, 450cc injectors.
It would be better, but you have to take the oil pan off to change it. You will need a 1st gen TT pump to work on a 2nd gen NA pan though.
Edit: Sorry, forgot that you are just changing the spring. I recommend a new oil pump if you are already going to be down there. Unless you are building it now, which you should already have a new oil pump.
TT oil pump has different spring as more pressure is needed in the TT block to compensate for the turbo's, Oil cooler and oil squirters. More pressure is needed to ensure the correct flow through those additional parts.
93 Stealth TT CX Racing FMIC, Snow Perf Meth, 3sx DP, Megan SS Exhaust, FuelLab FPR, Walbro FP, MP Solid Mounts, All -6an Lines, Intrax Springs, AWS/ABS/Cruise Delete, MP Rear Control Arms, SS Brake Lines, 99 Front Conversion, 2nd gen Rear Bumper, Complete interior LED Swap
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