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    Thread: *The unofficial VR supercharged reference thread* specs, setups, et cetera

    1. 05-23-2008 02:45 PM #101
      Has anyone tryed a smaller pulley than 2.25"?
      I'm wondering if beltslip would become a problem.. lets say 2.10" or something like that...
      EDIT: V9 units


      Modified by hogis at 12:04 PM 5-23-2008

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      05-24-2008 03:34 PM #102
      What belt size would you run for non ac non ps? Thanks.

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      05-24-2008 07:53 PM #103
      Quote, originally posted by Flyweight »
      What belt size would you run for non ac non ps? Thanks.

      I ran a 1360mm stock VR6 w/AC belt w/ the SC and no AC. With no power steering you'll need something smaller. A stock VR6 w/ out AC belt(1290mm) should get you close but I don't know for sure.

    4. 05-25-2008 10:37 AM #104
      What size belt should I get for the 2.25" pulley?
      Thanks

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      05-25-2008 12:46 PM #105
      same size belts for all pulleys on C2 kits w/ AC. there is enough adjustment in the groove to compensate various sizes. 61.5" x 6 or 8 ribs(trimmed to 7) [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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    6. 05-25-2008 01:44 PM #106
      Quote, originally posted by CorradoMagic »
      same size belts for all pulleys on C2 kits w/ AC. there is enough adjustment in the groove to compensate various sizes. 61.5" x 6 or 8 ribs(trimmed to 7) [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      Sorry, I ment the V9 unit.. with AC

    7. 06-04-2008 03:16 AM #107
      Alright so its 3:15 am and raining here in NY and my stage 2 v9 is just about installed... only probly I came across is the airfilter it came with, it sits about 2 inches below my bumper which doesn't make sense to my because ill scrap that thing off comeing out my drive.
      So wat I'm trying to get to is how did u guys remidy that without changing the equipment the kit came with. Meaning without buying a shorter filter or buying pipeing to move it somewhere else?
      TIA

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      06-04-2008 10:06 AM #108
      I bought a shorter filter. As long as there's a filter at the end of the pipe it shouldn't really matter. I bought an APC filter cause thats the only one I found in my area and I needed one.
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      06-04-2008 10:11 AM #109
      some ppl. just cut back the pipe, but anything shorter than 18" from MAF can cause drivability issues. Its be better to extend the pipe via a $5 plastic flexy drian tube & remount the filter further away, more centered. $10 max and better drivability [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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    10. 06-05-2008 07:47 AM #110
      Just finished my VF stage 2 in my 95vr... I have 2 problems. starts up right away everytime but Sometimes when coming to a stop it stalls out.also while starting and reving I hear a loud vibrating/rattling from the top of motor I think from cams
      Mods: 262 autotech, HD valvsprings, new lifters, and mk4 headgasket. And yes when I put the new lifters I let it idle for a while 2 build up pressure so its not that..
      any advice would be much appreciated

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      06-05-2008 07:53 AM #111
      the stalling is an issue thats been covered. it has to do with the locationg of the maf sensor iirc. im sure someone thats dealt with it will provide a link for their old thread and some information for you.
      about the loud sound, did you make sure you tightened the caps down properly onto the cams?
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      06-05-2008 09:06 AM #112
      be sure your oil level is correct, hat the feed & return lines to charger are good/working, not pinched, etc, see what I posted above for MAF extension. You can try the filter extension first, but MAF extension usually does the trick. OR eliminate by just unplugging the ISC harness, but you will have rough cold starts requiring 30 secs. of feathering.
      as to noise again, check belt tension, routing & alignment. If is really from the head, you may want to open the VC ASAP. This just happened to a friends Corrado. .. oil starved= ruined cams, head journals/head, starved timing tensioner skipped timing bent valves...
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      06-05-2008 01:57 PM #113
      my mk2 super charged vr6
      what i started with. obd1 passat vr6, converted to obd2 injecton
      AMS supercharger kit (everything they would send u if u orderd it)
      C2, 42lb chip, mk3 vortech intake, dual idler conversion, 9.1 head spacer, 4" maf housing
      delphi 42lb injectors
      welbro 422 (what ever part # everyone uses) fuel pump
      schreck 268 cams
      p&p head, gasketmatched intake & exhasut manifolds, head modafied so the valve guides sit a touch lower to clear cams properly (loweirng the guide adn seal leaves a bit give some space so the lifter dosnt hit the seal when compressed by big cams killing the seal early into its life), 5angle valve job, combustion chambers CC'd, TT HD valve springs w/ tietainium retainers. new light weight lifters
      arp head studs
      ported down pipe rewelded on the out sdie, 2.5" magnaflow high flow cat, TT 2.5" ehxaust w/ borla
      i only used the charger, moutning brackets, oil feed/retrun lines from the AMS kit.
      i relocated the coil to be under the intake manifold onthe front of the block, also got rid of the 2nd (electric) water pump. its also hard to tell in the pic, but i have a full mk3 gti vr6 AC system working in my car.

      im sure i spaced otu soem stuff ill update as i go along and also add moreinfo once i hit the dyno and such.

      Modified by carsluTT at 10:59 AM 6-5-2008


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      06-05-2008 08:51 PM #114
      Quote, originally posted by carsluTT »
      my mk2 super charged vr6
      what i started with. obd1 passat vr6, converted to obd2 injecton
      AMS supercharger kit (everything they would send u if u orderd it)
      C2, 42lb chip, mk3 vortech intake, dual idler conversion, 9.1 head spacer, 4" maf housing
      delphi 42lb injectors
      welbro 422 (what ever part # everyone uses) fuel pump
      schreck 268 cams
      p&p head, gasketmatched intake & exhasut manifolds, head modafied so the valve guides sit a touch lower to clear cams properly (loweirng the guide adn seal leaves a bit give some space so the lifter dosnt hit the seal when compressed by big cams killing the seal early into its life), 5angle valve job, combustion chambers CC'd, TT HD valve springs w/ tietainium retainers. new light weight lifters
      arp head studs
      ported down pipe rewelded on the out sdie, 2.5" magnaflow high flow cat, TT 2.5" ehxaust w/ borla
      i only used the charger, moutning brackets, oil feed/retrun lines from the AMS kit.
      i relocated the coil to be under the intake manifold onthe front of the block, also got rid of the 2nd (electric) water pump. its also hard to tell in the pic, but i have a full mk3 gti vr6 AC system working in my car.

      im sure i spaced otu soem stuff ill update as i go along and also add moreinfo once i hit the dyno and such.

      Modified by carsluTT at 10:59 AM 6-5-2008

      Modified by carsluTT at 11:01 AM 6-5-2008

      Nice set-up. Should be making some good power. Especially with the ported work you have done.
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    15. 06-11-2008 01:34 PM #115
      Could I use the same belt on my V9 when going from stage 1 to 2.25" pulley?
      Thanks

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      06-11-2008 01:49 PM #116
      yes you can. There is plenty of adjustment to accomidate the standard range of available pullies.
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      06-18-2008 05:19 PM #117
      MIKE, I don't wanna hear anythin' about my windshield dammit, LOL! Had to put money down towards the 08 Civic(yeah a Honda man). Anywayzzz, here's my simple set-up thats taken out modded EVO's and STI's. Plus a few more cocky bastids...


      -Stock OBD2 VR6 with no PS/AC/HVAC Unit.
      -Vortech V2 Charger
      -2.87 pulley w/dual idler
      -C2 30# software
      -30# injectors
      -SP Water/Meth Injection(Coming soon)
      -2.5" exhaust no cat w/Borla muffler
      -Walbro 255lph
      -AEM Uego Wideband
      -Stewart Warner BG
      No track time(Soon, veeery soon)
      No dyno(planning on it when I get my fuel pump in)



      Modified by VRC-YA at 10:28 PM 6-18-2008
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      06-18-2008 11:28 PM #118
      wow, im glad i found this thread. ALOT of usefull info that i was needing. thanks to all who have contributed [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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    19. 06-19-2008 01:05 PM #119
      Hi
      I run a Vr6 12v '96 with V9 supercharger 8psi boost
      I ordered:
      Shortrunner intake
      10,5 Psi pulley
      software
      intercooler
      should get it next week, so i'm wondering about FMIC. How do you lead the piping from the SC to FMIC, Can you please post some pictures if you have.

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      06-20-2008 04:06 PM #120
      Quote, originally posted by VRC-YA »
      MIKE, I don't wanna hear anythin' about my windshield dammit, LOL!

      bet that bike is faster than the car
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      06-20-2008 04:28 PM #121
      LMFAO!!! That Rascal beats me by a car length everytime
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      06-23-2008 08:36 PM #122
      So can anyone tell me why the V9 has this air check valve thingy on the oil feed line???
      and why is there not one on the V1 and V2 chargers???
      would there be any benefits from putting one on a V1 or V2 ??
      also would this extra boost air be making bubbles in your oil pan???
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      06-23-2008 09:55 PM #123
      Well just got my MK4 VR6 gti from the guys at Verdict Motorsports. Had them install VF stage 2 with their cogged pulleys. All I can say is what an awsome set-up. I haven't dynoed yet, but that's coming soon, and I will get pictures up when I can. Can you say "ABSOLUTELY NO BELT SLIP!!!!!!!!!" with this set-up.
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    24. 06-28-2008 12:38 AM #124
      Nothen nasty but atleast it'll keep the thread alive.
      Just installed a VF stage 2 in my mk3 4door golf
      262 autotech cams, hd valvesprings, mk4headgasket, pelequin lsd, 10lbs autotech flywheel, magnaflow 2.25 w/ testpipe, .5 bfi mounts.

      Bad cellphone picture but all I have.
      Goin to dyno it at my school real soon


      Modified by MR 2.GO at 9:41 PM 6-27-2008

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      06-29-2008 01:44 PM #125
      Quote, originally posted by MR 2.GO »
      Nothen nasty but atleast it'll keep the thread alive.
      Just installed a VF stage 2 in my mk3 4door golf
      262 autotech cams, hd valvesprings, mk4headgasket, pelequin lsd, 10lbs autotech flywheel, magnaflow 2.25 w/ testpipe, .5 bfi mounts.

      Bad cellphone picture but all I have.
      Goin to dyno it at my school real soon

      Modified by MR 2.GO at 9:41 PM 6-27-2008

      I ran a 13.4 on drag radials with almost that exact setup with I think just the seats and spare out. That was on C2 software though. The VF stuff ran lean and only made 237whp/13.7 ET. I had to be making ~250-255whp on C2.
      Get it dynoed w/ air fuel ratio to make sure everything is ok.

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