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    Thread: OFFICIAL****2.0 8v turbo spec lists thread(whp,psi,etc)

    1. Member papo98jetta's Avatar
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      02-23-2012 02:45 PM #126
      Just got beat by a srt-4 because of it died on me at the end of 3rd. I need more power, and fast.
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      02-23-2012 04:02 PM #127
      turn up the boost
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      02-23-2012 07:43 PM #128
      Quote Originally Posted by papo98jetta View Post
      Thanks a lot q I have to make my mind up on this.
      You better, the 8v is plenty capable of 500whp+

      Quote Originally Posted by papo98jetta View Post
      Just got beat by a srt-4 because of it died on me at the end of 3rd. I need more power, and fast.
      really....please see below...
      Quote Originally Posted by fastrabbit View Post
      turn up the boost
      That easy.
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      02-23-2012 08:32 PM #129
      Need to get everything first.
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      95 2.0 turbo, 97 vr6
      03-16-2012 09:18 PM #130
      mine was posted above but i will give you the spec list still need to be dyno'd but hopeing to be in the 300whp club

      95 jetta obd1 2.0
      kinetic stage 3 turbo kit
      precision t3/t4e 60trim turbo
      42# injectors
      90mm maf housing
      c2 software
      kinetic front mount intercooler
      tial 38mm wastegate (dumped)
      baileys dv
      02A trans with vr clutch and g60 flywheel
      2.5 inch exhaust no res or cat one magnaflow muffler
      walbro 255 fuel pump
      bbm fuel rail
      bbm fpr housing and regulator
      port and polished 3 angle valve job head work
      autotech sport tuned valves
      autotech sport tuned valve springs
      tit. retainers
      tt light weight lifters
      arp head studs
      autotech 270 cam
      autotech adj. cam gear
      autotech light weight intermidate shaft pulley
      light weight intermidate shaft
      euorsport under drive pulley
      bottom end cleaned and cylinders honed
      kinetic head spacer
      I.E connecting rods
      stock forged pistons
      balanced obd1 forged crank
      a/c delete
      p/s delete
      kinetic mbc (25psi)

      couple more pics...need to get it dyno'd after i install the wideband and some other little things hopeing for 300+




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      03-22-2012 09:12 PM #131
      Quote Originally Posted by the_q_jet View Post
      or just get that custom 276 cam i got, a headspacer, and turn the boost up
      Who do I need to talk to about the cam?
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      03-22-2012 10:55 PM #132
      Nobody, it's production now.
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      03-23-2012 06:49 AM #133
      Thanks, just blew my head gasket.
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      03-26-2012 09:16 AM #134
      Figured I would add my car since its finally running...

      OBD1 ABA
      9:1 Compression w/ Metal Headspacer
      Rotomaster T3/T4 Turbo
      Port & Polished Head
      HD Valve Springs w/ Titanium Retainers
      Autotech 270 Cam
      Autotech Adjustable Cam Gear
      GruvenParts Billet Pulley Set
      42# Injectors
      Short Runner Intake Manifold
      Ross Fuel Rail w/ FPR Adapter
      C2 Custom Chip
      Air/Water Intercooler
      Eurojet DV
      Tial 38mm External Wastegate
      Walbro Inline Fuel Pump
      HDi Digital Boost Controller
      Innovate LC-1 Wideband
      6-Speed 02M w/ Peloquin LSD
      Lightened Flywheel

      I haven't dyno'd it yet so nothing on that end, still need to work out some of the kinks!



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      04-01-2012 02:08 PM #135
      Its not quite finished yet but the idea is there.

      Stock ADY block bored to 83.5mm
      APK head with lots of work. Especially on the exhaust side.
      Custom larger forged billet stainless valves.
      Standad APK inlet manifold
      ARP rod bolts
      Hydro-HP water and meth injection
      Fidanza Aluminum fly wheel
      CutchNet pressure plate
      VR clutch plate
      83.5mm NURAL KOMBI pistons puts CR at +- 8.2:1
      t4 dash 2 turbine wheel in a t3 housing
      t60-1 ar.50
      Xcell DV
      Turbo mani and exhaust system as well as boost pipes made by myself
      NO NAME inter-cooler
      Chinese waste-gate 38mm
      DICKTATOR management
      440cc RC Engineering injectors
      S-MAX rising rate fuel regulator
      CTI fuels pump
      Stock ADY cam.
      Custom 3 core full aluminum radiator.
      AIR to OIL cooler

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      G4 gti box with mk2 16v slave and vr6 master.
      EIBACH 35mm drop with front and rear anti roll bars and strut braces.

      Hoping for around 270whp









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      04-01-2012 02:51 PM #136
      brake booster and wipers have me all confused... hahah

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      04-02-2012 06:51 AM #137
      Please explain.
      8vT 187kW 361Nm

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      04-02-2012 09:57 AM #138
      Quote Originally Posted by 8-VALVER View Post
      Please explain.
      He was confused by the right-hand-drive configuration when first looking at your photos.
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      04-02-2012 04:50 PM #139
      Cool beans. He sent me a pm.
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      04-18-2012 01:04 AM #140
      got mine on the dyno this last weekend in slc utah, elevation 4200 ft nice cool day around 70 in the shop.

      running

      duel headgaskets with arp studs, stock bottom end obd1 aba
      stock aba obd1 head with mild port to exhaust side, and tt 268 cam, and short runner intake with phenolic gasket.
      t3t4 .57trim
      full custom 3 in exhaust with cat and straight threw flow master muffler
      full 3in intake, awic with vr after run pump along with radiator running washer fluid threw it to help cool it.

      running c2 #44 point obd1 tune. with 4 bar fpr

      ran at 20 psi,


      pulled 260 hp and 272 tq, fuel trims were a little low at full boost they sat at 11 to 1 at full boost i would like to see them around 12-12.5.

      i did just move to portland oregon the day after and car feels much much stronger im pretty sure the more air helped fuel trims, im wanting to dyno it here now.

      also wondering if stock bottom end and stacked head gaskets will handle 23-25 psi just at the strip to get me over 300 whp.

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      04-18-2012 09:51 AM #141
      Quote Originally Posted by rabbitchaser View Post
      pulled 260 hp and 272 tq, fuel trims were a little low at full boost they sat at 11 to 1 at full boost i would like to see them around 12-12.5.
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      lso wondering if stock bottom end and stacked head gaskets will handle 23-25 psi just at the strip to get me over 300 whp.
      12.5:1 is too lean, especially with pump gas. I wouldn't push the a/f over 11.8:1.

      Right around 300 wtq is when the stock pistons tend to start going south-- avoid big torque spikes down low and you will have better luck keeping everything together. Be conservative with your timing and run some good fuel at the track.
      Life begins at 101 kpa ...and so does poverty--Lugnuts Calhoun

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      04-18-2012 08:29 PM #142
      This thread is all too inspirational... Leaves me with a few ?'s.
      Whats the estimated cost; on the most basic, but reliable turbo setup?(cheapest lol)
      Est results too?

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      04-19-2012 09:20 AM #143
      race fuel will be in the tank for the track most likely,

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      04-19-2012 03:25 PM #144
      Quote Originally Posted by MKthird View Post
      This thread is all too inspirational... Leaves me with a few ?'s.
      Whats the estimated cost; on the most basic, but reliable turbo setup?(cheapest lol)
      Est results too?
      "Cheap" is not a word most of these guys worry with. If you are planning to run a "cheap" kit, then go with a bolt-on kit from Ebay. Keep the boost low and don't ask for a whole lot more than what you get after install and software. The 2.0L is a solid motor and can be pushed a LONG ways! But you have to spend money on the correct hardware and software to get to the level most of these cars are.

      You can buy a decent base kit for $600ish and bolt that on, get software from C2 or whoever for $300 or so and just roll with that. You'll be seeing probably 150-170hp and have a pretty decent little car. But there is a LOT more to get out of this engine, but you have to invest the time and money in a solid build to get it reliably.
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      I'm sure some of these guys can make first-hand impressions from their kits. I'm just finishing my N/A build on my ABA and won't be turboing it until I swap it from my GTI to my Caddy.
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      04-19-2012 06:56 PM #145
      i keep seeing people talk about afr's and saying the lower numbers are too lean...ive always thought that higher numbers are lean...to me 12.5 sounds rich...with 14.7 being stoich...
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      04-19-2012 10:28 PM #146
      Quote Originally Posted by dubvinci View Post
      i keep seeing people talk about afr's and saying the lower numbers are too lean...ive always thought that higher numbers are lean...to me 12.5 sounds rich...with 14.7 being stoich...
      When speaking of forced induction, 12.5 is too lean, when speaking in n/a terms, 12.5 is rich.
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      04-21-2012 01:49 PM #147
      Went from this


      To this

      Supertech valve springs (ti), 276 cam, and copper headspacer. Needs a new dyno now.


      Put it all back together and now I have bad piston rings. [Banghead]
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      04-21-2012 08:49 PM #148
      i think im going to be picking up the 276 cam and tt springs here soon. j


      then it will be lugtronics, and hoping next year to be tubliar exhaust mani, diffrent turbo and ie rods and je pistons. im going to try and get my gti into the high 9s low 10s.

      also i drove the gti all this week to and from my new job, a little over 250 miles and filled it up today with 8.5gallons of gas which equals out to just under 30mpg.

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      04-22-2012 04:22 PM #149
      -OBD1 bottom end
      -RV hydro head
      -homemade turbo manifold
      -Corrado intake manifold (had the ISV port I needed)
      -homemade 16v-to-OBD1 TB adapter
      -358cc injectors (some sort of Saab IIRC)
      -14b DSM turbo (clocked, w/aftermarket Garrett internal gate)
      -4 speed 020 (long ratio)
      -OBD1 engine management, tuned by me (see sig )
      -stock MAF
      -Stock "T2" intercooler from a 90s Turbo Dodge
      -2.5" downpipe, open wastegate dump, 2.25" exhaust for now.

      No idea what power it makes, I have no dyno time booked for a while .


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      05-05-2012 04:03 AM #150
      pg bottom forged with INA drysump
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      338hp at the engine, 413nm, pump gas (98oct shell Vpower) at 1.5bar (21psi)
      Next up is fuelpump, wastegate spring and retune
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