The turbo doesnt have 5 valves, the 4 cylinders do
it means that there is 5 valves per each of your 4 pistons making it a 20 valve engine
ex's:'12 GLI | '12 Jetta SEL | '11 Jetta SE | '10 GTI | 09 Jetta TDI | 09 Tiguan | 08 2Dr GTI | 07 4Dr. GTI | 07 Passat pkg2 Sport, 6spd | 07 Jetta | 06 Audi A3 | 05 GTI | 05 GLI
slickstick, what exactly are you saying?
the turbos ARE 4 cylinders. the 1.8 liter, turbo, 4 cylinders in the Audis and VWs are ALL 5 valves per cylinder engines. 3 intake valves, 2 exhaust valves.
Audi V8, V6, and 2.7t V6 are all 5v motors
Quote, originally posted by M this 1! » the turbos ARE 4 cylinders. the 1.8 liter, turbo, 4 cylinders in the Audis and VWs are ALL 5 valves per cylinder engines. 3 intake valves, 2 exhaust valves.
So does that mean that my friends TT has the same engine as my GTI? I have the 1.8T. What are the engines available in the TT?
IF your buddy has the 180hp TT and you have the 180hp GTI, you do indeed have the same engine. If he has a 225, you have very different engines. If you don't know which he has, the 6spd gearbox or the twin exhaust tips will give it away. again, they ALL have 5 valves per cylinder.
p.s. the 3.2 VR6 is not 5v technology.