Yes I have put many into golfs before. They fit fine but you do need a engine lift and some patience. Its a long process and will take you the better part of a weekend.
It is important to know how much fluid to put into a cars engine. For a 1997 Jetta Vr6 needs about 5.3 quarts of engine oil.
did you use the ecu that was with the new engine as the engine setup would have been different.
As a direct drop-in, just another VR6.If you're willing to do a lot of work, you can put anything in there. You will have to replace the engine, radiator, transmission, position of the motor mounts...
put in a faster engine
Yes you can!! BOV for Golf GT 1.4 TSI Engine
No none of the vr6 were ever turbo charged from the factory. I mean you can put a turbo on them but they are all N/A which just means they dont have a forced induction system. They do make a twin turbo vr6 in Europe.
Yes you can. They can handle a super charger as well.
You take the old pump off........ then you put the new pump on.
With a little welding you can put any engine in. However if there has been no modification to it, you can tell which engine went in it by checking the vin (on a tag on the door jamb side of the door. Once you find it this is a really good place to decode it http://www.ford-trucks.com/vin-decoder/index.php
The golf game is unlocked when you are older.