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      06-21-2008 01:07 PM #226
      Unfortunately, the Siemens 870cc are not available at this time (since Continental bought out the company and turned the production upside down). Your better bet would be a set of custom Genesis 750cc which you'd run at 4bar. On race gas or water/alcohol injection you should be fine. Of course, you'll need superior ECU tuing to accompany the hardware. I recommend Unitronic for the job. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      Btw, you're also going to need a stout fuel pump solution. That will include either a fuel cell or surge tank, too. It's big league time for your project.
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    2. 06-21-2008 01:34 PM #227
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      Any news about my "10second" street car parts??

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      06-21-2008 01:44 PM #228
      Yep, springs are on the way to me now. We lost on eBay last night, though. I've got a message out to the supplier. Hopefully he'll respond with good news.
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    4. 06-21-2008 01:53 PM #229
      Quote, originally posted by Scott@USRT »
      Yep, springs are on the way to me now. We lost on eBay last night, though. I've got a message out to the supplier. Hopefully he'll respond with good news.

      go for the gold one then
      But i hope the supplier is quick to update the ad
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      Modified by foffa2002@home at 4:16 AM 6-29-2008


      Modified by foffa2002@home at 4:18 AM 6-29-2008

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      07-08-2008 09:34 AM #230
      Quote, originally posted by Scott@USRT »
      Yep, springs are on the way to me now. We lost on eBay last night, though. I've got a message out to the supplier. Hopefully he'll respond with good news.


      ebay what is this i hear hardcore products do not come from ebay sir
      just kidding i have scene some good stuff come from ebay
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    6. 07-10-2008 09:39 AM #231
      Quote, originally posted by BigTimBigTurbo »

      ebay what is this i hear hardcore products do not come from ebay sir
      just kidding i have scene some good stuff come from ebay


      Hehe , when i ship stuff over the pond i requested the lates D-flex traning video also
      I his worst customer

      Btw i really hope that you can ship the hard core 10sec stuff out to me in Sweden this friday.
      http://www.bilsport.se EDPS Action meet is just 2.5 weeks away .

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      07-10-2008 10:04 AM #232
      Fredrik, we shipped your big ass box last night -two days ahead of schedule. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emgift.gif[/IMG]
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    8. 07-10-2008 10:08 AM #233
      Quote, originally posted by Scott@USRT »
      Fredrik, we shipped your big ass box last night -two days ahead of schedule. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emgift.gif[/IMG]


      Thats why you have such many loyal customer on this side of the pond
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      08-01-2008 09:09 AM #234
      I am starving for fuel. Here is the set up:
      440 injectors
      3.5 bar FPR
      T28 turbo
      SNS stage 5 chip
      Ported head
      As soon as the boost hits above 15 PSI my air fuel ratio begins to lean out. I have a CIS pump that is basicly the Bosch unit and an aftermarket rising rate fuel pressure regulator. Would just the fuel pump fix the fuel problem or would I also need to install the rising rate? Could the whole problem be fixed by just adding the rising rate FPR?
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      08-01-2008 11:03 AM #235
      Turtledub, your problem is the Digifant 1 management system which is equipped with a 200kpa MAP sensor. All it can see is one atmosphere of positive boost! So, the system doesn't know when your turbo is moving more than 15psi worth of air.
      You've already ported your head (which reduces back pressure in the intake), so... at this point your best option is to run an AIC. The second best bandaid would be to add a rising rate fpr that starts to work at 15psi. Water/alcohol injection could be a fine addition, too. Yes, it'll add some more fuel, but the main benefit is that it'll take the stress out of the engine that comes from the less than ideal fueling solution. (That is, after the AIC or RRFPR are implemented.)
      Btw, when you ask for fueling assistance, you need to let me know what engine you've got! Otherwise, I can only offer general advice. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      P.S. SNS Tuning can do some funky tricks with your ECU (dual fueling tables and such). Contact jdiwatts@snstuning.com for some ideas. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emgift.gif[/IMG]
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      08-01-2008 01:52 PM #236
      Sorry it is an 8v Corrado. No more G60. Also is there a diagram of how to hook up a rising rate fuel pressure regulator?
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      08-01-2008 02:13 PM #237
      You'll need to change your fuel rail since the G60 used a proprietary FPR to begin with. I may be able to supply a billet rail and bolt-on RRFPR that will rock your world. The only question is availability and I'm working on that.
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      08-10-2008 04:43 PM #238
      hey scott any Fuel Surge Tank in stock ??

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      08-24-2008 07:29 AM #239
      Hi
      Can you get non "Genesis" Bosch EV-14s for 12V VR6 engines, in ~42lb size?

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      08-24-2008 11:39 AM #240
      Quote, originally posted by heyfu »
      hey scott any Fuel Surge Tank in stock ??

      Whoops, this question slipped past without me noticing. We don't stock surge tanks. They're all custom made.
      Quote, originally posted by kevhayward »
      Can you get non "Genesis" Bosch EV-14s for 12V VR6 engines, in ~42lb size?

      This... might be possible, but why would you want it? The standard EV-1 are optimal for a Mk2/3 VR6. Please clarify what you're looking to accomplish. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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      08-25-2008 06:11 AM #241
      Looking to accomplish the best possible spray pattern, fastest response and time and least valve seat bounce.
      From what I've read about the EV14, it seems like the injector for me
      If it's good enough for a BMW V 10 M engine, it's good enough for me

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      08-25-2008 08:09 AM #242
      Kev, the traditional injectors really are your best bet. They fit correctly, are as fast as the ME5 ECU can handle, and can deliver a spray pattern that is ideal for a single intake valve. If you're going to get a custom tune, I would choose the Delphi 440cc. That has a nice wide spray pattern with good atomization -superior to the infamous Bosch "green top". The EV14 tend to have split spray patterns which are optimal for multivalve heads and NOT yours.
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      08-26-2008 06:13 AM #243
      OK, thanks for the extra info Scott.
      I wasn't sure if the EV14s were available as a single cone or not. I'll scrap that plan then!

    19. 08-28-2008 02:33 AM #244
      i need some help and some recomendations... i just got a 92 vr6 corrado and i put a turbo ,,so now my question is what do i need to fix the problem with the gas,, i know there are the wideband control module and the fuel regulators or both divices are the same thing??what do you recomend me?? it is my first vw and first corrado.

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      08-28-2008 08:27 AM #245
      Jorge, a wideband oxygen sensor does exactly what the name implies; it detects the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. Then, it sends a signal to the ECU which is then interpreted and fine correction to the air/fuel ratio is made. The rising rate fuel pressure regulator that I pictured and discussed, also has an effect on air/fuel ratio, but in a much broader sense. It puts the ratio in the ball park and the O2 sensor trims from there.
      As for your project... you're saying that you installed a turbo kit on your engine and made no changes at all to the fuel system or to the ECU?
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    21. 08-28-2008 12:34 PM #246
      the turbo kit is the kinetic t3 t4 stage II it came with the chip and injectors etc,, and the only thing that change to the motor was the cams and the pulleys,, i put the 268 cams......and for the fuel i dont know what is next,

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      08-28-2008 12:55 PM #247
      Well... what makes you think that you need to make any chances in the first place??
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    23. 08-29-2008 02:24 AM #248
      i do not know thats why i am asking for help,,, i just know that the fuel and oxygen cant be to lean or rich, but i do not know what to use to make that work well. i read some one saying that either if is to lean or to rich the motor will get damage...so what i do to make sure this does not happen. this my first vw corrado and my first project and i do not know that much and any help will be aprisiated.

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      08-29-2008 09:50 AM #249
      Jorge, don't try to fix what isn't broken. The Kinetic kits are dialed in well to begin with. If you want to make sure that it's doing its job well, then I'd invest in a wideband O2 set up. You absolutely should not change anything in the fuel system until the need for it presents itself.
      My website's wideband section is in serious need of updating, but I can provide an optimal package for you. Let me know your budget and we'll go from there.
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    25. 08-29-2008 04:26 PM #250
      rigth now i can spend from 150 to 250 bucks and if it is more than that i need to wait at least one more week to get some more $$$.
      the car it is smoking a little and thats why i think i need a wideband to make sure it is getting the rigth amount of fuel,,
      i expalin you real quick what the car is doing,, i see the idle goes up and donwn from 500 to 900 rpms more or less, but when i am driving and and make a stop the rpms goes to 100 and the motor turns off. that happens when i have the little hose from the intake connected to the fuel pressure regulator,so what i did i disconnected so it wont turn off.

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