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    3. 11-25-2008 12:39 PM #318
      Quote, originally posted by Scott@USRT »

      The Walbro intank will provide no benefit whatsoever and can only cause problems.

      Why does the walbro intank add no incremental benefit when used in conjunction with a Bosch 044? I am planning to run that setup


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      12-25-2008 12:41 AM #319
      30-31 day check in.

      Is anyone from USRT even active in this forum anymore?

      Why are they still the FI sponsor?

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    5. 04-06-2009 03:50 PM #320
      was about to order something off the site today and decided against it because i havent seen or heard anything from them in forever on the tex

    6. 04-08-2009 05:41 AM #321
      USRT is an official sponsor over here, so don't shy away.
      Scott is really a great guy to deal with, very standup and very knowledgeable. It's just that he might not have much time to spend over here.

      Just pick up the phone and give him a call.


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      04-08-2009 01:56 PM #322
      Thanks for the kind words. It's totally true that USRT is a) still "here", yet b) way too busy to keep up with Vortex. By necessity, wholesale is our main concentration. With that said, we'll definitely be back within a short while. There'll be some new hires taking over forum promotions and customer engagement while I manage the company from a higher-level view.

      For the time being, folks can reach us by phone: 856.456.3335. Or, send us an email and we'll jump to assist.

      Thank you,


      Modified by Scott@USRT at 12:58 PM 4-8-2009

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      05-20-2009 12:59 PM #323
      ordering up some goodies as soon as my paycheck gets here.

      can't wait!


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      10-07-2009 03:12 PM #324
      I would like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Quintin Callahan and i've starting assisting Mr. Williams and USRT. If you need anything or have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me or him. Expect some changes in the near future!

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      10-13-2009 10:46 PM #325
      good stuff Q

    11. 10-19-2009 02:08 PM #326
      Wondring the best fueling setup for a Mk4 12 v VR6T, running 75lbs injectors. 268 cams on stock engine with a Walbro intank.
      Do I need an FPR, etc

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      10-19-2009 02:20 PM #327
      That's a an answer that your ECU tuner must provide. Your hardware and software must match exactly. I can tell you right now, though, that your intank pump is a bad move. Most will experience fuel starvation problems when below 1/4 tank when turning corners (due to fuel slosh). At best the engine will temporarily bog down. At worst it will detonate. An inline is much much smarter.
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    13. 10-19-2009 03:15 PM #328
      Interesting. I need your opinion on what I would need...btw I am running SDS for engine management.

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      10-19-2009 03:28 PM #329
      Oh, with standalone you can run whatever you please. Swap out the fuel pump for the Walbro inline + (plug n' play) Genesis mounting harness.

      As for the fpr, what kind of power are you trying to put down? Please be clear whether you mean whp or bhp. Also, what octane fuel will you tune with? Will there be any water/alky injection included? What's your intercooler "like"?

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    15. 10-19-2009 06:34 PM #330
      Original setup was put together to hit 450 at the wheels....that was before we noticed the engine builder was 3 teeth off and we melted the ross pistons to the head....I only mention this too explain that everything I purchased, including the intercooler was bought to reach 450. Now the my forged engine is going to need to be rebuilt (again), I will be running a stock 12v VR with 268 cams and the rest of my turbo setup. I will be running at 7-8 lbs (which I understand is doable on stock internals). Just to clear this in my head. I put the OEM fuel pump back in the car and run an inline one as well? Do I require an FPR or will the stock one suffice for this setup (can't see getting much more than 300 on the above setup...unless I'm wrong).

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      10-19-2009 06:46 PM #331
      Quote, originally posted by speedball30 »
      I put the OEM fuel pump back in the car and run an inline one as well?

      Yes, that's exactly what you should do.

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      Do I require an FPR or will the stock one suffice for this setup (can't see getting much more than 300 on the above setup...unless I'm wrong).

      For only 300hp your fuel injectors are already hugely oversized. It would be sensible to sell off those big guns and drop down to something like some Rochester 525cc. Those spray a wonderfully wide-angled cone with superb atomization (for best torque and throttle response) and are plenty big enough for even more fun later.

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      10-21-2009 05:06 PM #332
      Quote, originally posted by speedball30 »
      Original setup was put together to hit 450 at the wheels....that was before we noticed the engine builder was 3 teeth off and we melted the ross pistons to the head....I only mention this too explain that everything I purchased, including the intercooler was bought to reach 450. Now the my forged engine is going to need to be rebuilt (again), I will be running a stock 12v VR with 268 cams and the rest of my turbo setup. I will be running at 7-8 lbs (which I understand is doable on stock internals). Just to clear this in my head. I put the OEM fuel pump back in the car and run an inline one as well? Do I require an FPR or will the stock one suffice for this setup (can't see getting much more than 300 on the above setup...unless I'm wrong).

      you could push 400whp on stock internals i have a local friend doing just that, 19psi making 409whp...in your situation i'd keep it a little lower say around 375whp at 16psi...BTW you never mentioned what turbo you are running.

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      02-04-2010 11:16 PM #333
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      Yes, we are developing that exact product somewhere in the depths of our corporate research facility. Expect it to dominate at all NOPI and Hot Import Nights events. This will provide the edge that all serious dubbers need to win.


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      04-15-2010 12:54 AM #334
      Fueling instock!

      Come one, come all!


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      06-09-2010 01:15 PM #335
      I'm getting ready to purchase a Mk.3 ABA turbo. I'm thinking it's overfueling for what I want out of it.

      specs are as follows

      megasquirt
      550 cc injectors
      walbro inline with stock 2.0 pump stock regulator (3 bar?)
      t3/t4
      C2 headspacer
      running ~ 10 pounds currently


      I want to run 12 ish pounds and it be reliable. It has a rough tune on it now. Needs some work on it in that department. I'm thinking I need to ditch the walbro and drop down to some 440's

      Has a problem under boost if it's under 1/2 a tank, it will bog down pretty bad.

      Thanks.
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      07-22-2010 02:58 PM #336
      Who needs some fueling!? Who's looking for real 1000cc injectors? Who's making the big power? Lets git r dun!

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      05-14-2011 12:33 PM #337
      hello ... i have vw golf mk1 1.8 16v pl ..... i want replace my fuel system so guys told me about volvo 240 turbo fuel system ... can u told me how i must do it ..... what fuel system parts i will need from volvo 240

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      11-22-2011 08:11 PM #338
      Quote Originally Posted by hasoooon93 View Post
      hello ... i have vw golf mk1 1.8 16v pl ..... i want replace my fuel system so guys told me about volvo 240 turbo fuel system ... can u told me how i must do it ..... what fuel system parts i will need from volvo 240
      Wow, I have not been here in a LONG time. (sigh) Well, I will answer this old question for good vibes:

      My advice is to leave your nicely balanced CIS the way it is. When in tuned condition with fuel enrichment circuit, you can make 170hp or more all motor. Or, will you go turbo? If so... CIS + boost is just silly. It didn't work well before. It is less than optimal now. We used to hear "turbos blow motors" and it was usually true back then. The problem, however, was not turbocharging. I was the electro-pneumatic and also hydraulic "engine management" system. There are so many different conversions with rates of change that may or may not match the next... that expectation of "control" is laughable at best. NA tuning is much more forgiving.

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      12-19-2011 10:53 AM #339
      Looking for a fuel solution on my mk2 aba- t ran 17-20 psi when my buddy had it right now have stock in tank hi pressure under car any ideas was just gonna put a mk3 vr tank with pump in cause I have one for any better ideas

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      12-20-2011 03:24 AM #340
      Quote Originally Posted by DubReich View Post
      Looking for a fuel solution on my mk2 aba- t ran 17-20 psi when my buddy had it right now have stock in tank hi pressure under car any ideas was just gonna put a mk3 vr tank with pump in cause I have one for any better ideas
      What turbo? What injectors? What tuning? What power goals?

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      08-26-2012 07:30 PM #341
      Hi i have a question a friend of mine has a vr6 turbo he has stock turbo porche injectors i have a 95 S6 AAN motor i do something similar? Maybe without buying 500 dollar "aftermarket" injectors?

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      11-17-2012 09:12 PM #342
      i have a 1998 mk3 jetta glx with the 2.8L 12v VR6 OBDII. i keep finding turbo kits for my car, but what i really want to know is what individual parts do i need for a turbo setup to work. like what kinds of pistons, fuel injectors, software, connecting rods, clutch, and transmission, etc. the help would be much appreciated as i am new to the vw croud and only learn from what i read on this forum and the repair manual i bought. please pm me. thanks.

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      11-17-2012 09:45 PM #343
      Quote Originally Posted by VWBruce View Post
      i have a 1998 mk3 jetta glx with the 2.8L 12v VR6 OBDII. i keep finding turbo kits for my car, but what i really want to know is what individual parts do i need for a turbo setup to work. like what kinds of pistons, fuel injectors, software, connecting rods, clutch, and transmission, etc. the help would be much appreciated as i am new to the vw croud and only learn from what i read on this forum and the repair manual i bought. please pm me. thanks.
      the majority of the QUALITY stage 1 and 2 turbo kits (c2, kinetic, cts) are designed to work with the stock engine. You will need to upgrade to a stronger clutch like a Clutchmasters FX300 or Spec STGIII and also need to upgrade your exhaust size to make the most of the kit. There are cheap knock off kits out there that are incomplete so go with one of the 3 companies listed above.

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      03-29-2013 01:22 PM #344
      Hello! I am needing to equip my project with a gnarly fuel system!

      Basically I need some injectors, FPR, fuel rail, etc. I'll be running 15-18 lbs of boost for now and may boost it up more later. What would you recommend?

      Car is a 12v vr6 with oversized 82mm pistons making it 2.9l right?
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      I've got a bosh 044 fuel pump for it as well. Let me know if anymore info is needed.

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      Anyone??

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      04-06-2013 09:15 PM #346
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      Anyone??
      630cc Genesis II @ 3bar to start would be nice

      the rail and fpr we can supply as well

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      04-07-2013 02:26 AM #347
      Quote Originally Posted by Quintin@USRT View Post
      630cc Genesis II @ 3bar to start would be nice

      the rail and fpr we can supply as well
      Right on! What are we looking at for a total price? I'd need the fpr and rail.

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      04-07-2013 09:54 AM #348
      Quote Originally Posted by CerealKiler View Post
      Right on! What are we looking at for a total price? I'd need the fpr and rail.
      PM me your email and i'll send an invoice.

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      04-09-2013 03:51 AM #349
      You've got a PM waiting.

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      Quote Originally Posted by CerealKiler View Post
      You've got a PM waiting.
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