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    Thread: ***Big turbo Kit for TT225s? Do you want?***

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      02-16-2009 02:46 AM #1





      Applications: Turbo Hardware Kit for the MKI Audi TT225Q and the Audi S3 Quattro 1.8T.

      CTS Turbo MK1 TT225Q Kit starting @ $2,995 shipped - Right hand drive options are also available



      Basic kit Features:

      - Precision Turbo 50Trim T3/T4 Turbocharger (Options for Billet Precision and Garrett ball bearing)
      - CTS 1.8T T3 Turbo Manifold
      - Thermal coated turbine housing
      - Thermal coated exhaust manifold
      - 3" Stainless Steel O2 Housing with integrated wastegate recirculation (external dump is available upon request)
      - 3" Stainless steel downpipe with rear Vband section
      - 3" Stainless steel rear catalytic converter eliminator section (catalytic converter optional)
      - Stainless Steel Turbo Heat Shield
      - Thermal wrap for upper downpipe
      - 3" Inlet Pipe Kit w/ silicon and Advanced Flow Engineering (AFE) Re-useable Air Filter
      - Stainless steel compressor outlet pipe (to connect to factory dual SMIC piping)
      - Stainless steel oil feed line kit
      - Oil drain line kit and required fittings
      - Coolant line relocation kit for oil cooled T3T4 turbos (coolant lines come with ball bearing turbocharger upgrade)
      - Precision 39mm External Wastegate
      - All Gaskets, Studs, Nuts, Clamps to make installation a snap

      *This is by far the most complete turbo hardware kit available for sale*

    2. 02-16-2009 02:59 AM #2
      Two questions for you Clay.

      1) Would the kit be compatible with the 180 Quattro as well?

      and

      2) What all will be included?

      Thanks man


    3. 02-16-2009 04:52 AM #3
      Very interested!!!!!

      I think my most important request would be:
      If there was a way to have this kit work with the stock downpipe mounting location...
      OR
      If you include a 3" downpipe in the kit.

      Just because like most I already own a downpipe that was expensive IMO and I know it would be difficult to get a custom piece made that would fit just right like the 42DD fits.

      Can't wait to see information/photos!


      Modified by Village_Idiot at 3:54 AM 2-16-2009


    4. 02-16-2009 09:43 AM #4
      it's about time we actually have some options for the 225!! Let us see what you got...You selling exhaust mani's too?

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      02-16-2009 09:45 AM #5
      When pricing is available, I invery interested. On a complete turn key kit! Cant wait for more info...Eddie

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      02-16-2009 11:36 AM #6

      The manifold will be top mounted like this, I'll post more pics as they become available, obviously this is a VW in the picture. The kit will include a 3" downpipe, we're working on that now. As far as being compatible with the 180HP quattro I believe we have something for that already.


    7. 02-16-2009 12:03 PM #7
      First off I'd just like to say thank you for taking input from the customers!!! I was looking to adapt your FWD kit to my car awhile ago and this option would be awesome!

      I just want to say... I recieved my 42DD 3" DP/TP for Christmas 2006. I've owned it two years and a couple of months now and it's rusting like no other part on my car. the flanges are the worst and have been completely covered in surface rust along with the welds that attach them to the pipe. The test pipe itself has a few very small rust dots on it as well but I know that's just the start of something worse.

      For the above reasons I ask that you supply a Ceramic Coated downpipe due to it's ability not to rust. I even hear that stainless steel rusts over time- I work in a facility that makes valves for submarines and nuclear power plants so were reliability snobs.

      I'm in the process of building a new 3" catback that will be ceramic coated 16gauge stainless steel as well as I'm going to remove the 42DD and have it coated as well this spring when I complete the project.


      Modified by Village_Idiot at 11:13 AM 2-16-2009


    8. 02-16-2009 12:18 PM #8
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
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      As far as being compatible with the 180HP quattro I believe we have something for that already.

      Doing the 180q with this 50trim kit and a 42dd dp will be the same cost as getting a gt setup from other places since the dp is so expensive. The 180q and 225 are both the same exhaust from the cat section back as you can see below


    9. 02-16-2009 02:32 PM #9
      Bump for Clay, we've used a few of the CTS kits with great results!

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      02-16-2009 04:00 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by Steve@ForceFed »
      Bump for Clay, we've used a few of the CTS kits with great results!

      Thanks Steve

      Quote, originally posted by cincyTT »
      Doing the 180q with this 50trim kit and a 42dd dp will be the same cost as getting a gt setup from other places since the dp is so expensive. The 180q and 225 are both the same exhaust from the cat section back as you can see below

      If you could find a real kit for $2,695, (2,195+500 *Garrett 50trim kit + 42DD downpipe) with a GT turbo for a TT Quattro I would be very supprised. If so feel free to post up a link, and I'm not just talking a "downpipe, inlet pipe, manifold and turbo), but an actual kit, with the correct hardware thats listed for sale, ready to ship at price X. Furthermore, when ordering this kit, paying up front, it wont take from thanksgiving till now to get a downpipe made.

      With this kit we will be gunning for a complete 3" downpipe for the TT Quattros, potentially with a v-banded cat or catless setup

      If clients are interested we could thermal coat the downpipe, but I would be wary of flaking.


    11. 02-16-2009 04:17 PM #11
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      If you could find a real kit for $2,695, (2,195+500 *Garrett 50trim kit + 42DD downpipe) with a GT turbo for a TT Quattro I would be very supprised. If so feel free to post up a link, and I'm not just talking a "downpipe, inlet pipe, manifold and turbo), but an actual kit, with the correct hardware thats listed for sale, ready to ship at price X. Furthermore, when ordering this kit, paying up front, it wont take from thanksgiving till now to get a downpipe made.

      Clay, I think you misunderstood me. Going to your site, with a garrett 50trim kit, uni 630cc file and inj, and fuel pump, you are at $3400 for eveything needed on a 180 (q or fwd). The Q will need to spend $500 for a 42dd dp to complete the system.

      I think what you are doing is EXACTLY what needs to be done, a real dedicated dp for the awd TT. This will cut the cost of gettting a full kit by a HUGE margin. Plus i know exactly what you are talking about when it comes to lead time on the dp. Im sure 3+ members can easily post up their dismay at wait times. Having a select and buy kit and having it at your home in ~1wk is what people want and expect.

      Now give the people what they want


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      02-16-2009 04:21 PM #12
      Quote, originally posted by cincyTT »

      Clay, I think you misunderstood me. Going to your site, with a garrett 50trim kit, uni 630cc file and inj, and fuel pump, you are at $3400 for eveything needed on a 180 (q or fwd). The Q will need to spend $500 for a 42dd dp to complete the system.

      I think what you are doing is EXACTLY what needs to be done, a real dedicated dp for the awd TT. This will cut the cost of gettting a full kit by a HUGE margin. Plus i know exactly what you are talking about when it comes to lead time on the dp. Im sure 3+ members can easily post up their dismay at wait times. Having a select and buy kit and having it at your home in ~1wk is what people want and expect.

      Now give the people what they want

      I wasn't referring to any vendors in particular, but we all know how much a pain it is to wait for months after ordering. I will post pics as they become available.

      Our target price for the basic kit will be 2695 ish with hardware only and a Garrett 50trim, depending on the involvment of the downpipe/cat options etc.


    13. 02-16-2009 04:58 PM #13
      I am 100% for this. If you guys were closer I'd offer my car for R&D for whatever needs to be done, no matter how long the down time.

      I have been looking into getting a custom kit fabbed by a local shop, but the $6,000 pricetag is killing me. I thought about going eliminator kit, but the lack of balls (for lack of better words) is killing me as well.

      This is PERFECT!

      Please, include a 3" DP and I will be first customer in line!


    14. 02-16-2009 05:09 PM #14
      not meaning to change the subject or focus of interest, but i've seen you guys at Force Fed do some sick stuff....what does a custom / or whatever big turbo kits you guys put on that TT on your site cost about?

    15. 02-16-2009 05:26 PM #15
      YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !

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      02-16-2009 05:27 PM #16
      hmmmmmmmmm........ respray or BT?

    17. 02-16-2009 05:54 PM #17
      will it be based on the kenetik kit ?

    18. 02-16-2009 07:22 PM #18
      Quote, originally posted by turbomeyers »
      will it be based on the kenetik kit ?

      with a proper dp


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      02-17-2009 12:34 AM #19
      what about a bolt up kit ? for the 225Q ? maybe like a turbo/dp and injectors. a inexpensive way to get some bigger power

      dont flame me people im just saying what i want.


    20. 02-17-2009 12:37 AM #20
      Quote, originally posted by jason bouchard »
      what about a bolt up kit ? for the 225Q ? maybe like a turbo/dp and injectors. a inexpensive way to get some bigger power

      dont flame me people im just saying what i want.

      thats what this is


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      02-17-2009 03:35 AM #21
      Quote, originally posted by cincyTT »

      thats what this is

      o lol

      so how much are we really talkin about ? i see 27-2800 base. that seems alittle high with a cheap turbo(see non BB and smaller) is involved IMO

      i really just wanna do a bolt up turbo to mani and new dp and injectors and fmic and tune and thats totally it
      so if thats what this is then im down (interested) : )


      Modified by jason bouchard at 2:37 AM 2-17-2009


    22. 02-17-2009 08:20 AM #22
      Quote, originally posted by Krissrock »
      not meaning to change the subject or focus of interest, but i've seen you guys at Force Fed do some sick stuff....what does a custom / or whatever big turbo kits you guys put on that TT on your site cost about?

      With all due respect to CTS' thread, please email Forcefed for their pricing. Feel free to IM me if you need their email addresses or other contact info.


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      02-17-2009 10:10 AM #23
      How big is the intercooler?

    24. 02-17-2009 10:36 AM #24
      Quote, originally posted by jason bouchard »

      so how much are we really talkin about ? i see 27-2800 base. that seems alittle high with a cheap turbo(see non BB and smaller) is involved IMO

      i really just wanna do a bolt up turbo to mani and new dp and injectors and fmic and tune and thats totally it
      so if thats what this is then im down (interested) : )

      How much is going to depend on what turbo you go with along with the fueling/tune package. A gt3076r with 870cc file will be more than a 50trim with 630cc file package.

      Quote, originally posted by venmousracer »
      How big is the intercooler?


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      02-17-2009 11:02 AM #25
      Quote, originally posted by cincyTT »

      How much is going to depend on what turbo you go with along with the fueling/tune package. A gt3076r with 870cc file will be more than a 50trim with 630cc file package.


      Exactly, it might look something like this, the transverse fwd kit, obviously the downpipe will be more invovled. Just to give an idea of the manifold, and the build quality. The turbo pictured is a GT3076R.


    26. 02-17-2009 01:39 PM #26
      quite sick
      i don't know if i'm looking at this right, but are there two nipples on that wastegate?


      Modified by Krissrock at 9:41 AM 2/17/2009

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      02-17-2009 01:54 PM #27
      If you could do this for "complete kit" I would be impressed. For down pipe, charge pipe and turbo intake pipe, I paid about what you are thinking for your whole kit.

      "what about a bolt up kit ? for the 225Q ? maybe like a turbo/dp and injectors. a inexpensive way to get some bigger power" - wouldn't this still need FMIC and 2.5" piping?




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      02-17-2009 02:12 PM #28
      Quote, originally posted by Krissrock »
      quite sick
      i don't know if i'm looking at this right, but are there two nipples on that wastegate?

      Yes, they're designed that way, to run various boost control setups. Side port is generally used for manual boost controllers.


      Quote, originally posted by chrg-in »
      If you could do this for "complete kit" I would be impressed. For down pipe, charge pipe and turbo intake pipe, I paid about what you are thinking for your whole kit.

      "what about a bolt up kit ? for the 225Q ? maybe like a turbo/dp and injectors. a inexpensive way to get some bigger power" - wouldn't this still need FMIC and 2.5" piping?

      Thanks, we're working on something for the guy that wants 350HP and doesnt want to break the bank, with options to break the bank if thats what the client wants.



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      02-17-2009 02:25 PM #29
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »


      Thanks, we're working on something for the guy that wants 350HP and doesnt want to break the bank, with options to break the bank if thats what the client wants.


      Thats me!!!!


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      02-17-2009 02:40 PM #30
      Quote, originally posted by Morio »

      Thats me!!!!


      Thats you and the vast majority of other guys too trying to keep the prices reasonable and the performance up with solid quality.


    31. 02-17-2009 03:49 PM #31
      me too....do it and I'm on it. They only thing that has been holding me back is the $7k price tag of the apr kit.

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      02-17-2009 04:25 PM #32
      I can't wait to seee more pic's and hear the results!!!!

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      02-17-2009 05:39 PM #33
      My only suggestion would be to allow for the intake and charge pipe to be located like stock so you can retain the strut tower bar and a somewhat stock look. I need to be able to at least have a chance at passing the visual for smog here in CA

    34. 02-17-2009 05:44 PM #34
      Quote, originally posted by joe@vwvortex »
      My only suggestion would be to allow for the intake and charge pipe to be located like stock so you can retain the strut tower bar and a somewhat stock look. I need to be able to at least have a chance at passing the visual for smog here in CA

      not sure how you could pass with a top mounted BT, even with an airbox. The inspector would have to be


    35. 02-17-2009 06:03 PM #35
      Get the hell out of CA!

      What stupid rules...

      An inspector sees a top mounted BT in NY they smile and ask whats in it, what 1/4 mile times you run and if you want to race!

      I love So-cal but I would never register my car there!

      appologize for the off topic: I'm just excited about this kit like all the others. The 350hp without breaking the bank is 100% me. I'd pull the head myself and pop rods and some other hardware in with this and this would put an end-all-stop to my power mods!




      Modified by Village_Idiot at 5:05 PM 2-17-2009


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