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    Thread: *** Is it time for you to get a R32 Turbo Kit ? ***

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      10-04-2008 08:37 PM #51
      Quote, originally posted by Mr.Miranda »
      Im referring to the stag 8psi?? Can you use the stock ones??

      I'm working on it, 630cc injector tune from unitronic is good for ~ 25+PSI, but i'm waiting to confirm some specifics on software options.

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      10-04-2008 08:54 PM #52
      Quote, originally posted by Mr.Miranda »
      so Unitronic provides the injectors and software??? So you are looking at
      $1189.94 for software and injectors
      $4050.00 for the Stage 2 Kit
      In other words, with $5239.94 i will have a Turbo .:R32?? or will i need something else? Im interested. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      You may need a few other pieces, but the vast majority of costs are included in that price you have up there. I have no doubt that this turbo kit could produce 500+WHP with the right mods.

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      10-04-2008 09:01 PM #53
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      You may need a few other pieces, but the vast majority of costs are included in that price you have up there. I have no doubt that this turbo kit could produce 500+WHP with the right mods.


      OK OK OK......in other words, HOW MUCH total will i need to Turbo my .:R . All i want to do is receive the KIT and just install it on my .:R and be running turbo. Thats why i want to know what exactly will i be needing and the cost? Complete [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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      10-04-2008 09:08 PM #54
      Quote, originally posted by Mr.Miranda »

      OK OK OK......in other words, HOW MUCH total will i need to Turbo my .:R . All i want to do is receive the KIT and just install it on my .:R and be running turbo. Thats why i want to know what exactly will i be needing and the cost? Complete [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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      Thats about it. The only thing is that the maf housing size will depend on the software, generally an Audi A8 maf housing is used with the Unitronic 630cc software

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      10-04-2008 09:29 PM #55
      that mani is this looks like an amazing kit for the money hope the price is the same in 6 months when i'm ready to go fi

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      10-04-2008 10:01 PM #56
      630cc Unitronic software is available for stage 2 and stage 3 kits. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      10-05-2008 02:24 AM #57
      Quote, originally posted by peace »

      Would you need new injectors for an 8psi kit? Or were you referring to the lower compression kit with spacer at 18psi, which is $4300.

      well injectors will depend mostly on software you use and and how much power you will be making...for now Unitronic has only 630cc & 870c files so you will need injectors for either kit.
      I dont think anyone makes turbo software for these cars to run stock injectors, its just not worth it, you'd want to run a minimum of 450cc to run any boost.
      Your best bet is to talk to software company of your choice and see what they have available.
      I prefer Unitronic but C2 is another great option, and one nice thinkg about C@ is that you buy a complete fueling this as they call it which gives you software, injectors bigger MAF housing, air filter and maybe even a fuel pump.

      Anyway back on the topic, the kit looks great, i like the mani and the placement of the turbo.
      My question is would i be able to buy the kitwithout some components like downpipe and intercooler so basicaly i guess Stg 1 kit without DP, because i have a Corrado with the R32 so th DO probably wouldnt fit and I'd have to make it anyway.

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      10-05-2008 02:29 AM #58
      Quote, originally posted by jettaboy_gtx »
      Your best bet is to talk to software company of your choice and see what they have available.
      I prefer Unitronic but C2 is another great option, and one nice thinkg about C@ is that you buy a complete fueling this as they call it which gives you software, injectors bigger MAF housing, air filter and maybe even a fuel pump.

      Anyway back on the topic, the kit looks great, i like the mani and the placement of the turbo.
      My question is would i be able to buy the kitwithout some components like downpipe and intercooler so basicaly i guess Stg 1 kit without DP, because i have a Corrado with the R32 so th DO probably wouldnt fit and I'd have to make it anyway.

      The kit includes an inline fuel pump kit actually, also drop me an email re the corrado fitment: clay@ctsturbo.com I have had a couple corrado's in my day, a VR and a 1.8T, I'll always have a soft spot for the rado.

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      10-05-2008 02:39 AM #59
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      The kit includes an inline fuel pump kit actually, also drop me an email re the corrado fitment: clay@ctsturbo.com I have had a couple corrado's in my day, a VR and a 1.8T, I'll always have a soft spot for the rado.

      You might like the thread in my sig then

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      10-05-2008 02:50 AM #60
      Quote, originally posted by jettaboy_gtx »
      You might like the thread in my sig then

      I'm pretty sure I looked at that a while ago. I know it must have been tough to get the rear subframe in there.

    11. 10-05-2008 10:47 AM #61
      SO IIRC I should be better off ordering the 630ccm injectors together with the stg3 kit?
      BTW is there an engine bay pic with the kit installed?
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      10-05-2008 11:44 AM #62
      Quote, originally posted by VRSIX- »
      SO IIRC I should be better off ordering the 630ccm injectors together with the stg3 kit?
      BTW is there an engine bay pic with the kit installed?

      I will try to get some more pictures depending on the tuner you choose in the Netherlands you may want to order the injectors too

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      10-05-2008 06:14 PM #63
      ok so i tried to piece together the stage 3 kit from your site. i know im missing the intercooler piping but what else am i missing?
      Head spacer kit: 300
      Intercooler (not full kit): 370
      Flanges and Gaskets: 80
      Bosch 044 Inline Fuel Pump: 265
      Siemens 60lb (630cc) High-Impedance Fuel Injectors: 50 x 6 = 300
      Oil lines (misc): 175
      Software (Unitronic): 890
      Kinetic Turbo Manifold: 375
      T 67 (P trim) Turbocharger: 850 (shipped)
      Tial (41mm / 44mm) Wastegate: 375
      Silicon Connectors & Clamps: 200
      Total: $4180
      some prices are estimates and do not include shipping.
      so my question is what am i forgetting / missing?
      BTW looks to have potential for a great turbo kit. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      10-05-2008 06:24 PM #64
      I'm working on it guys, most of the Kinetic guys are in Cali at Eurotuner for this coming week. I'll post updates which may include price reductions as soon as I get the info and okay from Kinetic.

      Clay

    15. 10-05-2008 09:05 PM #65
      Killer pricing. Its about time someone has done so. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    16. 10-06-2008 10:17 AM #66
      Quote, originally posted by r32dub88 »
      ok so i tried to piece together the stage 3 kit from your site. i know im missing the intercooler piping but what else am i missing?
      Head spacer kit: 300
      Intercooler (not full kit): 370
      Flanges and Gaskets: 80
      Bosch 044 Inline Fuel Pump: 265
      Siemens 60lb (630cc) High-Impedance Fuel Injectors: 50 x 6 = 300
      Oil lines (misc): 175
      Software (Unitronic): 890
      Kinetic Turbo Manifold: 375
      T 67 (P trim) Turbocharger: 850 (shipped)
      Tial (41mm / 44mm) Wastegate: 375
      Silicon Connectors & Clamps: 200
      Total: $4180
      some prices are estimates and do not include shipping.
      so my question is what am i forgetting / missing?
      BTW looks to have potential for a great turbo kit. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      What i'm not seeing in the kit is(but i don't know if it is needed):
      Crankshaftbearings
      Cast iron Intake manifold
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      10-06-2008 10:28 AM #67
      Quote, originally posted by VRSIX- »
      What i'm not seeing in the kit is(but i don't know if it is needed):
      Crankshaftbearings
      Cast iron Intake manifold

      I don't know any company that makes cast iron intake manifolds

      http://www.ctsturbo.com/produc....html
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      10-06-2008 10:54 AM #68
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      I don't know any company that makes cast iron intake manifolds

      http://www.ctsturbo.com/produc....html
      [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      what about a tapped oil pan?? Is that included with the kit?
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    19. 10-06-2008 10:59 AM #69
      I think it's generally easier to sort that out yourself.
      Go to a machine shop to have it welded it in.....( i think)
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      10-06-2008 11:43 AM #70
      Quote, originally posted by Turdfarmer »
      what about a tapped oil pan?? Is that included with the kit?

      No, but a bulkhead fitting is included, you basically drill a hole in your oil pan, then put this fitting through the pan, it is sealed with 2 nylon crush washers on the inside of the pan and the oustide of the pan to ensure no oil leakage.. Then you bolt up your oil drain to that fitting. Its very simple and we've used it successfully on other kits. It just makes it much easier to install than getting an aluminium bung welded in.

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      10-06-2008 11:44 AM #71

      The fitting pictured is a "bulkhead fitting" with a barb to connect the oil drain to.

      The shop guys are @ Eurotuner this week, as more details, info and pictures become available I will keep you guys updated.

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      10-06-2008 11:59 AM #72
      The kit is starting to look pretty nice! Thanks for the pics. I can't wait to see more.
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    23. 10-06-2008 12:00 PM #73
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      No, but a bulkhead fitting is included, you basically drill a hole in your oil pan, then put this fitting through the pan, it is sealed with 2 nylon crush washers on the inside of the pan and the oustide of the pan to ensure no oil leakage....

      Does any one here have experience doing it this way? I guess I've always heard about it being welded on...though my experience with turbo related stuff is very very limited.

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      10-06-2008 12:13 PM #74
      Quote, originally posted by byemaxima »
      Does any one here have experience doing it this way? I guess I've always heard about it being welded on...though my experience with turbo related stuff is very very limited.

      We've used this method on many turbo kits with aluminium pans with no issues at all. There are quite a few people out there that weld aluminium poorly so sending a kit out with an aluminium bung for customers/installers to weld in is not always the best idea. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    25. 10-06-2008 01:05 PM #75
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      We've used this method on many turbo kits with aluminium pans with no issues at all. There are quite a few people out there that weld aluminium poorly so sending a kit out with an aluminium bung for customers/installers to weld in is not always the best idea. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      I think it's a good solution....and relatively easy to do.
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