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      08-16-2012 09:44 PM #1716
      Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Dreadz View Post
      banjo adapter?
      ohhhhhhhh.......The line goes all the way to the front to the oil filter housing. From the pic, it looks like it ends at the t-chain cover. It runs under the upper t-chain cover/tranny.

      And it is ballsy tapping the block.
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      08-17-2012 01:59 PM #1718
      Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Dreadz View Post
      ohhhhhhhh.......The line goes all the way to the front to the oil filter housing. From the pic, it looks like it ends at the t-chain cover. It runs under the upper t-chain cover/tranny.
      HPA uses a sandwich plate and longer plunger on the upper chain tensioner for oil feed with their turbo kits. Thought you had something like that.

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      08-17-2012 02:56 PM #1719
      Quote Originally Posted by stealthmk1 View Post
      HPA uses a sandwich plate and longer plunger on the upper chain tensioner for oil feed with their turbo kits. Thought you had something like that.
      Interesting point to tap off for oil supply. Anyone have any first hand experience with this setup? I would have thought there would be a measurable lag in time for adequate oil pressure; that it would take considerably longer for the accumulation of pressure at the tensioner vs the block/filter... especially at cold start - due to leaching of the oil. Journal bearing turbos must love that. Guess it works for them.
      "OP sounds like a MKIV guy"

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      08-17-2012 04:41 PM #1720
      I never heard or see it done. And i was thinking the same thing.
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      08-17-2012 06:44 PM #1721
      i used to think like you guys, now, if it ain't broke don't fix is the way i look at things.
      Problem is my s hit is broken!!!
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      08-17-2012 07:00 PM #1722
      wussup?
      "OP sounds like a MKIV guy"

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      08-18-2012 12:51 AM #1723
      Quote Originally Posted by V-dubbulyuh View Post
      Interesting point to tap off for oil supply. Anyone have any first hand experience with this setup? I would have thought there would be a measurable lag in time for adequate oil pressure; that it would take considerably longer for the accumulation of pressure at the tensioner vs the block/filter... especially at cold start - due to leaching of the oil. Journal bearing turbos must love that. Guess it works for them.
      I installed an R32 kit of theirs on a customers car recently. Can't speak to the response time but I'd have to imagine the oil gets there pretty quick. If it didn't the chain could jump. The control valve in the deck should keep too much oil from bleeding down.
      I might have some pics of the HPA part at work. I'll look around Monday.

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      08-18-2012 03:22 PM #1724
      Quote Originally Posted by .therealvrt View Post
      if it ain't broke don't fix is the way i look at things.:
      Its a hard thing to do. Im not right if i don't mess with things. I try really really hard not to.....but it never last.

      Boost contr. is working beautifully btw. Still didn't get the rpms to work but its no biggie.
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      08-18-2012 04:34 PM #1725
      Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Dreadz View Post
      Its a hard thing to do. Im not right if i don't mess with things. I try really really hard not to.....but it never last.

      Boost contr. is working beautifully btw. Still didn't get the rpms to work but its no biggie.
      You can get the signal from any injector if you cant take it at the fusebox.
      The only downside is you lose signal when engine braking but thats not an issue if only using the rpm signal for boost by gear
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      08-18-2012 06:44 PM #1726
      I tried everything connected it to the ECU, down at the fusebox like we talked about & nothing. I knocked out my speedo trying to get it working. I'll try the inj. though. Can't i get the inj. signal at the fusebox? I think its W1. @ Bonez, can you confirm this? I would really love to get the boost by gear working. I can tune my w/m around it. (as its boost based)
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      08-18-2012 07:04 PM #1727
      On another note, i gotta take out my tank pump to inspect it. I think the p/u tube is rotted cause it runs rough soon as touches the res. mark. It stalled twice. Soon as filled the tank up, runs like a champ. Kinda hoping it is. Give me a reason to upgrade
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      08-18-2012 08:17 PM #1728
      W1 is speedo. You are thinking z1 but that is injector power. It does not pulse. All the pulsing wires will be from ecu. Did you try g1/12?

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      08-19-2012 09:39 AM #1729
      Yup. I'm going to try again today. I post my results...
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      08-19-2012 10:32 PM #1730
      first drive with my custom Pillage exhaust manifold







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      08-19-2012 11:06 PM #1731
      Youre killing me with these manifold updates

      So whats the verdict
      changes in spool?
      overall power?
      fitment issues(wastegate firewall)?
      what turbo are you running again?
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      08-19-2012 11:27 PM #1732
      Quote Originally Posted by Yareka View Post
      Youre killing me with these manifold updates

      So whats the verdict
      changes in spool?
      overall power?
      fitment issues(wastegate firewall)?
      what turbo are you running again?
      sorry

      I havent done any data logs with it so I dont have any real data to back up what ever I say, should have done it last nite when I did the video but forgot my laptop...

      -spool is quicker for sure said my butt dyno
      -power is more everywhere across the power band, top end was nuttier than before... once again my butt dyno said this
      -fitment is fine no clearance issue with anything, firewall etc... only thing we had to do was to make a vband spacer/adapter for the turbo to the downpipe... my 3.5" downpipe hits the bottom of the 3rd runner... (a 3" dp does fit)
      -turbo is a Precision (journal bearing) 6766 with a T4 .96 to a 3.5"dp to a full 3.5" aluminum exhaust


      now check this out
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      08-20-2012 07:32 AM #1733
      ^ Nice manifold and update.
      "OP sounds like a MKIV guy"

    19. 08-20-2012 11:03 AM #1734
      Finally fired up my VrT last night. Started on the first crank not too bad considering we installed SDS. Got some bugs to fix though as usual. Getting a vac leak at the Injectors.

      Got a few questions for you guys:

      - what's a good plug wire to run with msd coil? Mine are garbage, missfires bad.
      - anyone running a crx clutch cable? Mine has not enough slack to reach the pedal?

      Just need to fix these issues and wire the launch control and I'll be pretty much set!

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      08-20-2012 12:53 PM #1735
      HPA oil feed line setup:






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      08-20-2012 01:19 PM #1736
      Quote Originally Posted by stealthmk1 View Post
      HPA oil feed line setup:
      Thank you kind Sir.
      "OP sounds like a MKIV guy"

    22. 08-20-2012 02:22 PM #1737
      Quote Originally Posted by 1992_mk2gti View Post

      - what's a good plug wire to run with msd coil? Mine are garbage, missfires bad.
      I run these ... you won't be able to run these easily without a short runner intake.

      http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS+Performance+Products/555/40205/10002/-1
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      08-20-2012 02:36 PM #1738
      Mani is crazy Paolo. How much are these gonna run for? I would love to see a back to back dyno comparison.


      oh, you should've wrapped it before installing. Them under hood temps will hotz.
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      08-20-2012 03:31 PM #1739
      Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Dreadz View Post
      Mani is crazy Paolo. How much are these gonna run for? I would love to see a back to back dyno comparison.


      oh, you should've wrapped it before installing. Them under hood temps will hotz.
      Thanks! idk about the pricing as its not in production yet... will be taking it back off this coming winter to get tumbled then Ill have it coated... also the manifold still needs a bracket welded in to help support any sagging in the future...

      I dont know a about back to back dyno on the same day but will have a dyno sheet on the same dyno a few weeks in between...
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      08-20-2012 03:32 PM #1740
      Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Dreadz View Post
      Mani is crazy Paolo. How much are these gonna run for? I would love to see a back to back dyno comparison.


      oh, you should've wrapped it before installing. Them under hood temps will hotz.
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      08-20-2012 03:54 PM #1741
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      screw wrapping.. swaintech
      Ceramic coating > wrap

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      08-20-2012 04:02 PM #1743
      love the new exhaust sound with the new Pillage exhaust manifold


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      08-20-2012 04:55 PM #1744
      Quote Originally Posted by xjewx24x View Post
      screw wrapping.. swaintech
      Anyone have any personal experience with swaintech? I've known about it for years but never sent anything to them. Very familiar with how it works, just don't know about pricing since our cars aren't the "typical" 6 cyl
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      08-20-2012 06:12 PM #1745
      I've sen Swaintech coating flake.

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      08-20-2012 06:15 PM #1746
      Quote Originally Posted by stealthmk1 View Post
      Ceramic coating > wrap
      Thermal Coated > Ceramic coated

      I had my DP done its actually the coolest metal in the bay. Honestly shocked how cool it is.


      Im gonna get Adam (eurosportgti) to do my exh. housing. We've been talking about it forever.


      Edit: It still looks like that. No discoloring at all.
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      08-20-2012 08:07 PM #1747
      Quote Originally Posted by stealthmk1 View Post
      Ceramic coating > wrap
      Swaintech is still waaaaaaaaaay better
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    33. 08-20-2012 11:15 PM #1748
      Another quick question, what is a common fpr that is used with an aftermarket billet rail?

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      08-20-2012 11:24 PM #1749
      Quote Originally Posted by 1992_mk2gti View Post
      Another quick question, what is a common fpr that is used with an aftermarket billet rail?
      Any 1:1 fuel injected adj. FPR & even a stock FPR providing you have an adapter. I went with FuelLab due to the various color options. There's a Banner Adv. that just came out with a FPR that pretty cheap. Look on this page or the previous one.
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      08-21-2012 08:18 AM #1750
      Ok. So i finally have time to add my setup to this massive thread.

      Some of you might know me/remember me. Having kids really side tracks some of your projects. Went from being a full blown VW head to changing diapers full time.

      I had a VRT Mk2 Coupe few years back which I ended up parting out and selling. Missed being in a VW after being on a crotch rocket for a bit, sold that, and picked this up and have had it for about 3 years. Had it shipped from California to NYC. Put it away for a little over a year as we were living in Midtown. Just took it out recently, changed the clutch and am slowly working out some links to put it on the road before the fall.

      Here's a run down from the original FS thread:

      Engine:
      -Stock engine rebuilt w/ ARP head studs & Euro Spec 8.5:1 head gasket
      -Internal rotating assembly has been balanced & blue printed
      -The block magnfluxed & hot tanked before assembly.
      -All clearances checked and bearings plasti-gauged
      -New rings, rod bearings, main bearings, oil pump, coolant pump, all new gaskets & filters.
      -Race-Shop crack pipe coolant tube
      -Low temp thermostat
      -Twin slim-line electric cooling fans
      -Cylinder head was rebuilt by Joe @ The Race-Shop with a mild port & polish job, new seals, retainers, springs, & valves.

      Turbo setup:
      -Turbonetics T66 dual ball bearing turbo, on center, P trim, oil and water cooled. Currently has a .81 a/r hotside on it, I have .69 and .58 housings that I'm including as well.
      -TiAL 38mm wastegate, rerouted into the exhaust
      -GReddy Type-S BOV, recirculated
      -ATP rev 2 cast manifold, ported for T4 flange only (helps with spool up)
      -Full 4inch intake
      -ATP 3inch downpipe, 3inch all the way back to a single muffler. There's a manual cutout where the midpipe is for when you want to be loud(er).
      -Bosch 044 Motorsport fuel pump
      -Bosch 440cc Green Top injectors
      -Newest C2 440 file (runs GREAT, driveability is awesome and MFD works 100%)
      -C2 short runner intake manifold
      -Spearco air to water intercooler, heat exchanger mounted up front below the driver side fog, 5 gallon reservoir in the hatch.
      -AWIC pump can be manually controlled via a switch or theres a Hobbs switch mounted to the compressor housing which automatically turns on the pump at anything over 3psi

      Transmission:
      -Quaife 6 speed synchromesh transmission with 3.39 ring and pinion http://www.autotech.com/prod_drive_gearkits.htm
      -Quaife LSD w/ bolt kit
      -*New ACT 6 puck sprung clutch
      -*New ACT HD pressure plate
      -resurfaced stock flywheel
      -B&M short shift kit
      -Fresh (<4,000 miles) Redline MT-90
      -Turn 2 stage IV HD trans/engine mounts all around

      Suspension, brakes, wheels, etc:
      -Bilstein PSS9 fully adjustable coilovers
      -Street/strip alignment, it's a beautiful thing to see a high HP FWD car dead hook from a 2nd gear punch
      -*New R32 control arm bushings
      -Cross drilled and slotted brake rotors F&R
      -EBC Green Stuff pads
      -Stainless steel lines all around
      -16x7 et40 Rota Slipstreams wrapped with 205/45/16 BFG g-Force KDW2's (80%+ tread front, 60%+ rear) H&R 5mm spacers up front to clear the brakes, hubcentric rings all around

      Other:
      -Autometer Pro-Comp Ultralight gauges for Boost, EGT, AWIC water temp, and oil pressure. Oil pressure gauge is currently not functioning due to faulty sending unit. The gauges match the "MK3 green" interior lighting perfectly.
      -AEM Wideband
      -Euro Rad support
      -MK4 look lights
      -*New window regulators, both sides
      -*New battery. Battery tray welded to outer driver side frame rail behind fender.Still need to run a terminal post to a location in engine bay for easy access.
      -TDI badge (never know what hit 'em)

      My short term goals for this thing:

      -Custom AW reservoir in the front somewhere between the pass side frame rail and fender with the filler neck coming up through the Charcoal canister hole. I believe I saw Juan on here a few years back making something similar

      - MSD coil setup

      - Needs interior upgrade

      - New wheels

      - Finish installing the AC. The compressor is in but the lines need to be custom fitted due to the intake elbow being in the way








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