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    Thread: Haldex HPP info to pour over for you folks who like graphs and such.

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      01-07-2005 02:17 PM #1
      Just got my aluminum finish HPP from EIP. Here's is a scan of the first page of the instructions that came from Haldex. Do with it what you will.
      http://www.pifiu.com/vortex/up...h.jpg
      I'm linking it because I'm leaving it full sized, so you guys can plot and interpret to your hearts' desire.
      EDIT - I, of course, meant pore over.


      Modified by rabbitgtibbar at 2:40 PM 1-7-2005
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    2. 01-07-2005 02:27 PM #2
      Quote, originally posted by rabbitgtibbar »
      so you guys can plot and interpret to your hearts desire.

      how true, fuel for the friday fire

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      01-07-2005 02:32 PM #3
      Thanks for the info. It looks like it doubles the tourqe at the rear wheels in the given example and brought it on much quicker.
      Would the person who took the step ladder yesterday please bring it back or further steps will be taken

    4. 01-07-2005 02:48 PM #4
      Its amazing how a picture is worth a million words. Thats the best explanation of the haldex system i've seen yet. More torque to the rear wheels and its gets there faster than stock. Thanks for the graph [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    5. 01-07-2005 02:54 PM #5
      Lucky bastard!
      I want mine damnit!

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      01-07-2005 03:00 PM #6
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      01-07-2005 03:03 PM #7
      I just noticed the box has a label that reads:
      Street version
      I wonder...is there a "Track version"? Hmmmm...
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      01-07-2005 03:11 PM #8
      8 big ones huh...jeez...

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      01-07-2005 03:20 PM #9
      Hey, can we get a pic of the aluminized finish? PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZE?
      Yeah, yeah, we get it. No, really, we do. We're all really impressed.

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      01-07-2005 03:23 PM #10

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      8 big ones huh...jeez...

      I always though "big ones" = $1000.


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    11. 01-07-2005 04:05 PM #11
      Ok 8 medium sized ones and worth it a twice the price

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      01-07-2005 04:22 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by rabbitgtibbar »
      I just noticed the box has a label that reads:
      Street version
      I wonder...is there a "Track version"? Hmmmm...

      Actually, if I remember correctly, there is a version that locks up during heavy braking also, that may be the race version....its on the website somewhere, I'll look it up.
      Yeah, yeah, we get it. No, really, we do. We're all really impressed.

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      01-07-2005 04:25 PM #13
      Quote, originally posted by NismoManRB26 »
      Actually, if I remember correctly, there is a version that locks up during heavy braking also, that may be the race version....its on the website somewhere, I'll look it up.

      [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      Though, I'm curious what the advantage of that would be?
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      01-07-2005 04:34 PM #14
      Just in case it isn't obvious given that those two graphs are on different vertical scales, here's one overlayed on the other.

      How many words is that picture worth?
      It is a bit weird that one graph spans 14 seconds and the other 15,
      because other than that the engine torque curves overlay on top of
      each other almost *exactly*. So much so, I left it out of
      the comparison.
      ian

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      01-07-2005 04:46 PM #15
      Quote, originally posted by Daemon42 »
      How many words is that picture worth?

      My new favorite number:
      Eleventy billion.
      /Actually it took me a minute to notice that, too. I thought, "Great, it comes on sooner." Then, I realized it comes on sooner and stronger.
      Quote, originally posted by Daemon42 »
      It is a bit weird that one graph spans 14 seconds and the other 15...

      They both span 7 seconds. One from 8-15, the other 7-14.


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      01-07-2005 04:55 PM #16
      Quote, originally posted by rabbitgtibbar »
      They both span 7 seconds. One from 8-15, the other 7-14.

      Ah there we go. Knew I was missing something.
      Saw 14 tick marks and never bothered to look at the left side of the scale.
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    17. 01-07-2005 04:56 PM #17
      dammm i want HPP soo bad

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      01-07-2005 05:02 PM #18
      Quote, originally posted by ARRR Matey 32 »
      dammm i want HPP soo bad

      EIP has some aluminum finish ones left, and plenty of blue ones, AFAIK.
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      01-07-2005 05:09 PM #19
      I've been looking at that comparison.. thinking.. "Wow, that's really
      dramatic.. but it doesn't *feel* like twice the torque transfer of stock."
      But it occurs to me now, that that graph was made at an earlier
      time for a different car, probably the Volvo S60, and I suspect that
      the difference between stock and HPP is not as great for the R32. The
      Haldex programming in the earlier Audi TT's and I suspect the Volvo
      is less aggressive than it is for the TT3.2 and R32. Folks can feel the
      difference on the road, and see it react differently on an AWD dyno.
      Even a stock R32 Haldex ECU should represent an upgrade to an older
      TT225q. My suspicion is that the stock R32's torque transfer curve
      looks a lot like the stock one above, but with a considerably higher
      torque transfer limit.
      ian

    20. 01-07-2005 05:48 PM #20
      I spoke with EIP this morning and put down $$$ for mine--oh yes. They said they have only a few of the silver-finish ones left. Good luck to those in the hunt.

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      01-07-2005 06:11 PM #21
      Quote, originally posted by rabbitgtibbar »
      I always though "big ones" = $1000.

      Nah... That would be "bigguns."
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      01-07-2005 06:14 PM #22
      Quote, originally posted by Daemon42 »
      I've been looking at that comparison.. thinking.. "Wow, that's really
      dramatic.. but it doesn't *feel* like twice the torque transfer of stock."
      But it occurs to me now, that that graph was made at an earlier
      time for a different car, probably the Volvo S60, and I suspect that
      the difference between stock and HPP is not as great for the R32. The
      Haldex programming in the earlier Audi TT's and I suspect the Volvo
      is less aggressive than it is for the TT3.2 and R32. Folks can feel the
      difference on the road, and see it react differently on an AWD dyno.
      Even a stock R32 Haldex ECU should represent an upgrade to an older
      TT225q. My suspicion is that the stock R32's torque transfer curve
      looks a lot like the stock one above, but with a considerably higher
      torque transfer limit.
      ian

      Perhaps the stock R32 torque transfer curve would fall somewhere in the middle of the two overlayed curves above?
      Oddfellows Local 726

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      01-07-2005 06:31 PM #23
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    24. 01-07-2005 08:51 PM #24
      Quote, originally posted by disc »
      I spoke with EIP this morning and put down $$$ for mine--oh yes. They said they have only a few of the silver-finish ones left. Good luck to those in the hunt.

      Why would you not want the blue ones? We have blue break callipers, springs, etc. and at least my car is blue, so the HPP, if I had the money to spend on it, would of course be blue.
      What's the point of it being alluminum? To try to fool the dealer into thinking the car wasn't modded?
      Ronald

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      01-07-2005 08:52 PM #25
      Quote, originally posted by BLUL8N »
      To try to fool the dealer into thinking the car wasn't modded?
      Ronald

      Bingo.
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