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    Thread: MK4 2.0T ROLL CALL!

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      09-04-2007 11:44 PM #141
      so far at 7psi the MAF is holding up jus fine...the stock injectors are no more i got 42# injectors in now...i tweaked em with Custom Settings which a program that is exactly like lemmiwinks but with a few extras....she idles like stock cruise is like stock(both 14.7ish:1 air/fuels) and when i get on it she holds right around 11:1 which i'm sure i can lean out with the help of an adjustable fpr i'm thinkin 2.5bar fuel pressure will do the trick...aside from the occasional timing pull (which you can really feel) when i lay on it...she pulls STRONG! its somewhere between a stock 1.8t and chipped i think..but i could be wrong after all i'm coming from a 8.5:1 compression n/a 2.0 8v!! lol
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      09-04-2007 11:50 PM #142
      water meth will take car of the timing pull
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      09-05-2007 12:01 AM #143
      the timing pull is very odd i can easy on it in 5th and get instant bog/timing pull but then i throw it in 4th and ease in it and she hauls! very odd...
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      09-05-2007 10:32 PM #144
      add me to the list

    5. 09-05-2007 10:35 PM #145
      Quote, originally posted by dvlax40 »
      add me to the list

      settle down bosko... you ain't there yet... although, I am going to take some pics and start a thread... you busy tonight?


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      09-06-2007 01:16 AM #146
      all this is making me mad...

      i have a local whos selling his kit.. but there is NO software for my AVH drive by wire!


    7. 09-06-2007 01:51 AM #147
      Quote, originally posted by euRo_tuner »
      all this is making me mad...

      i have a local whos selling his kit.. but there is NO software for my AVH drive by wire!

      There is... you send an e-mail to sales@c2motorsport.net, setup a time for your car to go there or Jeff to come to you, and get a custom tune.


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      09-06-2007 02:51 AM #148
      where is c2 located anyways?

      i know i wont be local.. so i doubt i can get my car tuned.


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      09-06-2007 12:18 PM #149
      C2 (as in Chris) is located in Kentucky. But Jeff who is their software developer is in Connecticut.
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      Expenses in F1 have gone down since the 1960s because teams don't need an extra pit crew to help the driver carry around his balls when he is not in the car.

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      09-08-2007 11:57 AM #150
      Quote, originally posted by the_q_jet »
      so far at 7psi the MAF is holding up jus fine...the stock injectors are no more i got 42# injectors in now...i tweaked em with Custom Settings which a program that is exactly like lemmiwinks but with a few extras....she idles like stock cruise is like stock(both 14.7ish:1 air/fuels) and when i get on it she holds right around 11:1 which i'm sure i can lean out with the help of an adjustable fpr i'm thinkin 2.5bar fuel pressure will do the trick...aside from the occasional timing pull (which you can really feel) when i lay on it...she pulls STRONG! its somewhere between a stock 1.8t and chipped i think..but i could be wrong after all i'm coming from a 8.5:1 compression n/a 2.0 8v!! lol

      please elaborate on bolded section above.


      Modified by elRey at 11:59 AM 9-8-2007


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      09-08-2007 12:03 PM #151
      Quote, originally posted by JOHNNY LARGE »
      heres a link to pics of my build up... i used a k03

      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zer...age=2

      and you're on a stock ECM? now i'm starting to think about this, i'm thinking about just running my setup with a super 60, factory 18t SMIC, the software and injectors are pricey, i'm thinking stock 18t injectors and low boost on factory ECM just to get the ball rolling, run low boost until i have software and #42's i hear the ECM can adapt SOME boost level, does anybody know how much boost this is? i just want to get it set up and boosted so i can work it from there, add a FMIC later, as well as the 3" MAF, C2, 42#, etc. anybody care to give me some advise? thanks.


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      09-08-2007 12:11 PM #152
      Quote, originally posted by elRey »

      please elaborate on bolded section above.


      Modified by elRey at 11:59 AM 9-8-2007

      you jus go into the program and take away from startup enrichment, warmup enrichment, and primary accel enrichment and yea thats about it...i even saved my settings if anyone else wanted to try em...
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      09-08-2007 12:39 PM #153
      A link to download the software would be great. Does it work on DBC cars? OR just DBW cars? What settings are available for adjustment?

      FYI: Lemmiwinks only works on DBW cars, not DBC (AEG 2.0L)

      Thanks, Rey


      Modified by elRey at 12:41 PM 9-8-2007


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      09-08-2007 12:42 PM #154
      i dont know if it works for DBC cars thats for you to find out...and instead of me listing everything you can just download it and have a looksy... http://www.custom-code.co.uk/i...egory
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      09-08-2007 12:46 PM #155
      Quote, originally posted by the_q_jet »
      i dont know if it works for DBC cars thats for you to find out...and instead of me listing everything you can just download it and have a looksy... http://www.custom-code.co.uk/i...egory


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      10-26-2007 09:31 PM #156
      Any updates? Good or bad?

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      10-26-2007 10:51 PM #157
      Quote, originally posted by elRey »
      Any updates? Good or bad?

      well my car still runs.....great

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      11-30-2007 09:55 AM #158
      Found this on another forum ... little better pic of my set-up.

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      Expenses in F1 have gone down since the 1960s because teams don't need an extra pit crew to help the driver carry around his balls when he is not in the car.

    19. 11-30-2007 01:55 PM #159
      So question, anyone running an auto tranny in all these turbos? What kind of increase can the stock tranny in an 03 Jetta take?

      Need to get more then the 90 something hp I have now. Its just so sad that so little is offered for the 8v 2.0's.

      Going to an R32 once this motor craps out. Have 84k on it and figure at getting 175k or so before I have to do the swap.

      Just want to run a turbo now for some extra fun.


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      11-30-2007 05:55 PM #160
      I do now know of anyone of the top of my head running an auto tranny on a mk4 2.0T. Your biggest hurdle at this point is your drive by wire throttle. There currently is no turbo software to run the drive by wire throttle body.
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      Expenses in F1 have gone down since the 1960s because teams don't need an extra pit crew to help the driver carry around his balls when he is not in the car.

    21. 11-30-2007 06:14 PM #161
      Are there no other options? What about just chipping the ECU? Couldnt I run little enough psi so the ECU can keep up and still gain decent amounts of boost?

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      12-20-2007 11:55 PM #162
      updates anyone?

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      12-21-2007 01:04 AM #163
      I just got my second flash of software from C2 this evening. I'm waiting on some sway bar endlinks before I can drive the car, but so far no check engine lights and everything seems to be running smooth. I'll let you know tomorrow after I drive it some.
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      Expenses in F1 have gone down since the 1960s because teams don't need an extra pit crew to help the driver carry around his balls when he is not in the car.

    24. 12-21-2007 02:30 AM #164
      Is that with the no SAI ecu code or not?

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      12-21-2007 09:01 AM #165
      My car was equipped with SAI from the factory. Currently I am not throwing any codes for SAI. I still have the pump in the car and hooked up, but there is no plumbing to the exhaust so I would at least be throwing a code for incorrect air flow.

      When I have a few moments this weekend i'll unplug the SAI pump and see if it recognizes that it is not hooked up.

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      Expenses in F1 have gone down since the 1960s because teams don't need an extra pit crew to help the driver carry around his balls when he is not in the car.

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      12-21-2007 10:55 AM #166
      am i the only mk4 2.0 with a built bottom end?? pat is yours?
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    27. 12-21-2007 11:02 AM #167
      nonexistant as of yet.

      my bottom end is being worked on at the machine shop now:
      AVH (oil squirters)
      83.5mm (1mm overbore)
      scat forged rods with 20mm wrist pins and non-tapered ends
      JE forged pistons with skirt coating and ceramic dome coating, 8.5:1 (with headgasket spacer)
      TDI 95.5mm stroke forged crank.


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      12-21-2007 11:22 AM #168
      why in the world are you getttin a head spacer if you're doing pistons!!? think bout that for a minute
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    29. 12-21-2007 11:33 AM #169
      because the longer stroke of the TDI crank and the shorter block of the mk4 makes achieving a lower compression not possible without a spacer. I'm still waiting to hear back what the lowest possible CR they can do is, but I know it's not 8.5:1

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      12-21-2007 11:40 AM #170
      Quote, originally posted by pwnt by pat »
      because the longer stroke of the TDI crank and the shorter block of the mk4 makes achieving a lower compression not possible without a spacer. I'm still waiting to hear back what the lowest possible CR they can do is, but I know it's not 8.5:1
      if that were the case then the 1.8t guys would be doin that when they stroke their motors to 2.0...i considered the 2.1L option buuuut i could always jus up the boost a tad...the motor already makes torque..no need to stroke it and make more lol
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    31. 12-21-2007 11:49 AM #171
      I thought the 1.8t guys just used 2l bottom ends?

      regardless, I'm just repeating what I was told. The stroke, is just for fun . 2.1t sounds so much cooler than 2.0t. I've also never "seen" anyone do it in a mk4, although I'm sure it has been.

      plus it's forged, not that I'm concerned about that anyway.


      Modified by pwnt by pat at 11:50 AM 12-21-2007


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      12-21-2007 11:50 AM #172
      Quote, originally posted by pwnt by pat »
      I thought the 1.8t guys just used 2l bottom ends?

      regardless, I'm just repeating what I was told. The stroke, is just for fun . 2.1t sounds so much cooler than 2.0t plus it's forged, not that I'm concerned about that anyway.

      get custom pistons son
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    33. 12-21-2007 11:53 AM #173
      whatch you think I'm doing?

      edit: has to do with wrist pin location


      Modified by pwnt by pat at 11:54 AM 12-21-2007


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      12-21-2007 11:56 AM #174
      Quote, originally posted by pwnt by pat »
      whatch you think I'm doing?

      edit: has to do with wrist pin location


      Modified by pwnt by pat at 11:54 AM 12-21-2007

      also piston height and amount of dish...
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    35. 12-21-2007 12:02 PM #175
      Like I said, I was told they didn't think it was possible without a spacer but I'm waiting to hear back. We'll see. costing me ~800 for pistons and coating so they better be custom

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