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    Thread: *** Got Horsepower? ATP GT3071R, GT3076R & GT3582R Big Turbo Kits ***

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      11-20-2008 12:17 PM #36
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »
      can we pack 42R wheels into a 35R T3 frame for me with a 1.06 exhaust


      Modified by jc@douglas at 7:49 AM 11-20-2008

      I want one too!!!


    2. 11-20-2008 11:03 PM #37
      knock on wood, i've never had any problems with my atp kit for almost 3 years. and are you going to be offering anything for the 2.0T A4's anytime soon

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      11-21-2008 01:39 AM #38
      Quote, originally posted by asylum »

      I want one too!!!


      Haha, thats a proprietary setup for the drag race champ


    4. 11-23-2008 04:55 PM #39
      What kind of injectors for this kit?

    5. 11-23-2008 04:57 PM #40
      audi RS4

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      11-23-2008 05:03 PM #41
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »
      audi RS4


      Jeff, you are damn fast man


    7. 11-23-2008 05:08 PM #42
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »
      audi RS4

      And if a need more power?
      Gt3076r and gt3582r are for 550+hp!
      Rs4 injectors are for 450hp
      I think is good for us, ctsturbo to propose a full fueling solution for these big turbo kits!


      Modified by notvag_killer at 2:15 PM 11-23-2008


      Modified by notvag_killer at 2:16 PM 11-23-2008


      Modified by notvag_killer at 2:16 PM 11-23-2008


    8. 11-23-2008 05:24 PM #43
      i did 510whp on RS4 injectors on 93oct and water/meth, with a better low pressure fuel system (mine was still stock) you will be able to make way more power than the 510whp i made

    9. 11-23-2008 05:40 PM #44
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »
      i did 510whp on RS4 injectors on 93oct and water/meth, with a better low pressure fuel system (mine was still stock) you will be able to make way more power than the 510whp i made

      510whp with stock with stock low presure system??
      uspmotorsports says that the limit of the stock low pressure fuel system is 350whp!
      The water/meth is nessesary for 500hp?

    10. 11-23-2008 05:46 PM #45
      i don't see 500whp on straight pump gas coming easily even with the correct low pressure fuel system, i did 500 on stock low pressure system but i would not go around recommending it to everyone i would do the low pressure fuel system right before you go making power like that, i personally don't mind breaking things however i have been lucky enough not to so far

    11. 11-23-2008 05:57 PM #46
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »
      i don't see 500whp on straight pump gas coming easily even with the correct low pressure fuel system, i did 500 on stock low pressure system but i would not go around recommending it to everyone i would do the low pressure fuel system right before you go making power like that, i personally don't mind breaking things however i have been lucky enough not to so far

      So for safe afr and 500whp we need:
      1-rs4 injectors
      2-low pressure fuel system(something like usp i guess)
      3-high pressure fuel system
      Are we right as here?

    12. 11-23-2008 06:06 PM #47
      yes that is exactly what you need, their will be a second fuel system other than usp's coming to the market very shortly, but either system will get the job done

    13. 11-23-2008 06:15 PM #48
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »
      yes that is exactly what you need, their will be a second fuel system other than usp's coming to the market very shortly, but either system will get the job done

      if someone wants bigger injectors?Any solution?
      A small bird says that audi rs6 is a solution!

    14. 11-23-2008 06:26 PM #49
      Quote, originally posted by notvag_killer »

      if someone wants bigger injectors?Any solution?
      A small bird says that audi rs6 is a solution!

      why do you keep looking for bigger you don't even know the limit of the RS4's yet?

    15. 11-23-2008 06:30 PM #50
      is good to buy something one time!

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      11-23-2008 10:12 PM #51
      Quote, originally posted by notvag_killer »
      is good to buy something one time!

      Haha but what if there is no tuning available for those injectors


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      11-24-2008 02:07 AM #52
      Got my MKV in at TAIVW&AUDI shes getting a ATP GT3076 w/rods.If anybody knows Tom its gonna be sweet
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      11-24-2008 10:41 AM #53
      Quote, originally posted by .:MKV:. »
      Got my MKV in at TAIVW&AUDI shes getting a ATP GT3076 w/rods.If anybody knows Tom its gonna be sweet

      I'm sure you'll have fun tearing up the island roads pretty soon


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      11-24-2008 09:04 PM #54
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      I'm sure you'll have fun tearing up the island roads pretty soon

      Cant wait best ever

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      11-24-2008 10:06 PM #55
      Quote, originally posted by .:MKV:. »

      Cant wait best ever


    21. 11-27-2008 06:24 PM #56
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »
      i don't see 500whp on straight pump gas coming easily even with the correct low pressure fuel system, i did 500 on stock low pressure system but i would not go around recommending it to everyone i would do the low pressure fuel system right before you go making power like that, i personally don't mind breaking things however i have been lucky enough not to so far

      So your opinion is for 500whp/500whp+, that it would be very unwise to try without Low pressure fuel system upgrade example. USP-motorsport, even if you already had W/M system installed on your car (which could help and keep the engine out of detonation) and the base fuel is something like 93oct ? -iSot




      Modified by iSot at 3:29 PM 11-27-2008


    22. 11-27-2008 06:49 PM #57
      Quote, originally posted by iSot »

      So your opinion is for 500whp/500whp+, that it would be very unwise to try without Low pressure fuel system upgrade example. USP-motorsport, even if you already had W/M system installed on your car (which could help and keep the engine out of detonation) and the base fuel is something like 93oct ? -iSot


      Modified by iSot at 3:29 PM 11-27-2008

      their will be a second low pressure fuel system to the market shortly, USP's fuel system uses a second fuel pump that is designed to use a swirl pot under a 1/4 tank of gas however they do not use a swirl pot with it which would subjet it to the same issues everyone used to have with the 1.8T's, it also turns the fuel pump on and off only when needed because you will have driveability iessues if you leave it on all the time, and it also does not run off the stock PWM to give the med9 ecu control over it, the new fuel system that will be out covers all these bases and has actually been installed on a car for well over a year now but their have been no posts on vwvortex about them just because things don't pop up on the tex doesn't mean they don't exist


      Modified by jc@douglas at 3:52 PM 11-27-2008


    23. 11-27-2008 07:46 PM #58
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »

      their will be a second low pressure fuel system to the market shortly, USP's fuel system uses a second fuel pump that is designed to use a swirl pot under a 1/4 tank of gas however they do not use a swirl pot with it which would subjet it to the same issues everyone used to have with the 1.8T's, it also turns the fuel pump on and off only when needed because you will have driveability iessues if you leave it on all the time, and it also does not run off the stock PWM to give the med9 ecu control over it, the new fuel system that will be out covers all these bases and has actually been installed on a car for well over a year now but their have been no posts on vwvortex about them just because things don't pop up on the tex doesn't mean they don't exist

      Ok.. Thanx for the information and its nice to know, that there is coming some kind of "better" solution, which could be "On" for all the time The question is only when ? My goal would be 500whp-550whp with W/M system and using 95oct base fuel.... Maybe it could be even more with low pressure fuel system upgrade... -iSot

    24. 11-30-2008 10:57 PM #59
      Sorry if this is stupid but couldn't we do like the non FSI cars and just replace the OEM pump with a higher flowing/presser pump (the low presser one I meen)? and if we do need bigger injectors I'm sure they will emerge I'm sure REVO APR VF KMD BSH are all looking harder than us and would love to be the first on the market untill ARIN spills the beans again


      Modified by fahrenheit 525 at 11:18 PM 12-1-2008

    25. 12-02-2008 09:21 AM #60
      Quote, originally posted by fahrenheit 525 »
      Sorry if this is stupid but couldn't we do like the non FSI cars and just replace the OEM pump with a higher flowing/presser pump (the low presser one I meen)? and if we do need bigger injectors I'm sure they will emerge I'm sure REVO APR VF KMD BSH are all looking harder than us and would love to be the first on the market untill ARIN spills the beans again


      I have a source for injectors that will flow up to around 700whp. They will cost about $2,200 for the set though.

      Gregg
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      888-755-7772 gregg@uspmotorsports.com
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    26. 12-02-2008 09:31 AM #61
      Quote, originally posted by jc@douglas »

      their will be a second low pressure fuel system to the market shortly, USP's fuel system uses a second fuel pump that is designed to use a swirl pot under a 1/4 tank of gas however they do not use a swirl pot with it which would subjet it to the same issues everyone used to have with the 1.8T's, it also turns the fuel pump on and off only when needed because you will have driveability iessues if you leave it on all the time, and it also does not run off the stock PWM to give the med9 ecu control over it, the new fuel system that will be out covers all these bases and has actually been installed on a car for well over a year now but their have been no posts on vwvortex about them just because things don't pop up on the tex doesn't mean they don't exist

      The pumps used in our kit don't require a swirl pot as they have an external pickup designed for this application, you can run them all the way down without starvation issues. Our second pump only turns on when the demand is there. There is no point in having two pumps function off the pwm box as under idle and crusing the factory intank pump is barely on. Jeff you seem to know a lot about our fuel system without every seeing it or using it. How would you like it if I started to completely bash revo's 2.0T big turbo software, without ever having first hand experience with it?

      FYI jeff if the second pump was on all the time you would not have driveability issues, you would just be returning a lot of fuel to the tank via the factory return line.

      Stay tuned for our USP Motorsports Race fuel system that will support 700+WHP

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    27. 12-04-2008 12:38 PM #62
      What about GT3582R ? Could those RS4 Oem injectors flow enough for this turbo ? What kind of hp values should be expected with pump gas example. 93oct and 100oct race gas ? USP motorsport use APR stage 3 injectors and their low pressure fuel system to get higher 500whp+ figures... How much those Oem RS4 injectors could handle with safe AFR without W/M.... -iSot


      Modified by iSot at 9:45 AM 12-4-2008

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      12-04-2008 09:52 PM #63
      Quote, originally posted by iSot »
      What about GT3582R ? Could those RS4 Oem injectors flow enough for this turbo ? What kind of hp values should be expected with pump gas example. 93oct and 100oct race gas ? USP motorsport use APR stage 3 injectors and their low pressure fuel system to get higher 500whp+ figures... How much those Oem RS4 injectors could handle with safe AFR without W/M.... -iSot

      You should see what injectors Jeff and Gregg are running on their setup, I don't want to speak for them, but I believe Jeff had RS4 injectors.


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      12-31-2008 12:43 PM #64
      hey man new to the forum but I was reading this post... why didn't you go w/ the gt3582R??? just curious... turn down the boost a little that way you have the ability to go bigger when a larger fuel sys becomes avail. also I am on oahu to. I talked to tom the other day for the first time and he mentioned a retarded gti they were working on... I am guessing that is yours? i got a buddy w/ an srt-4 that keeps trying to find someone to "play" with on the streets. pm me I'd love to see your car. I work on wheeler. I have a 06' gti, revo tuner, H&R sway bars, nuespeed p flow, nuespeed springs, aem guages, retarded rf stereo... I'd love to see your car. after Iraq I am doing a gt 3582 setup... hopefully by then they have a fuel to supply the need for speed. by the way if its done in time RWS is having a dyno shootout
      http://radmotorsport808.com/
      my boy is bringing his srt monster... pretty sure it is the highest hp 4 cyc on island... no one will take on his car... lol I hoping to beat him after iraq.. I had a 07 gsxr 1000 w/ about 7k in aftermarket and that barely beat him... anyways man I really would like to see your car..

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      12-31-2008 12:59 PM #65
      Hey man 700whp sounds too good to be true... the answers to my questions seem to lie in your post. I am looking to do a full build in about 5 to 7 months from now. all new internals, gt3582r turbo kit... looking to see what the little 2.0T will do. How much is your kit and interested in sponsoring like I said though it'll be about 5 to 7 months for me to get the green backs to put down some serious ponies... I want to have the highest whp DAILY DRIVEN GTI on the island..

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      12-31-2008 08:26 PM #66
      Quote, originally posted by jpiwko58 »
      hey man new to the forum but I was reading this post... why didn't you go w/ the gt3582R??? just curious... turn down the boost a little that way you have the ability to go bigger when a larger fuel sys becomes avail. also I am on oahu to. I talked to tom the other day for the first time and he mentioned a retarded gti they were working on... I am guessing that is yours? i got a buddy w/ an srt-4 that keeps trying to find someone to "play" with on the streets. pm me I'd love to see your car. I work on wheeler. I have a 06' gti, revo tuner, H&R sway bars, nuespeed p flow, nuespeed springs, aem guages, retarded rf stereo... I'd love to see your car. after Iraq I am doing a gt 3582 setup... hopefully by then they have a fuel to supply the need for speed. by the way if its done in time RWS is having a dyno shootout
      http://radmotorsport808.com/
      my boy is bringing his srt monster... pretty sure it is the highest hp 4 cyc on island... no one will take on his car... lol I hoping to beat him after iraq.. I had a 07 gsxr 1000 w/ about 7k in aftermarket and that barely beat him... anyways man I really would like to see your car..

      Ill stick with what i have then when REVO comes out with the GT35 software ill just switch up.
      And if you wanna be the fastest MKV in the 808 all roads go thru me ive been the fastest MKV with a K03 now gonna be the fastest with a GT30 and one day a GT35
      You do know we have a Hawaii section stop by intruduce yourself say wassup??????
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zeroforum?id=120

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      01-01-2009 01:44 PM #67
      Quote, originally posted by .:MKV:. »

      Ill stick with what i have then when REVO comes out with the GT35 software ill just switch up.
      And if you wanna be the fastest MKV in the 808 all roads go thru me ive been the fastest MKV with a K03 now gonna be the fastest with a GT30 and one day a GT35
      You do know we have a Hawaii section stop by intruduce yourself say wassup??????
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      Thanks for keeping my thread clean guys lol

      But glad your GTi is running well, feel free to post a pic or two in the thread if you'd like


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      01-01-2009 02:32 PM #68
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »


      Thanks for keeping my thread clean guys lol

      But glad your GTi is running well, feel free to post a pic or two in the thread if you'd like

      Lol "Was" running well.I get her back soon heres one pic.

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      nice and clean

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      01-02-2009 03:36 PM #70
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      nice and clean


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