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

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      02-28-2009 12:48 PM #106
      Quote, originally posted by Charisma »

      I thought that was on the kit he already listed; he said there is a 550hp kit coming out soon.

      I could just be reading over it; I figured a GT3582R would translate to roughly 550hp.


      Ok, first of all, this turbo kit has optional turbos from 50trim, to GT3582R, to T04Z, some people may not understand that. When you order the kit you pick the turbo, a Garrett T3T4E 50trim (basic turbo in the kit for $2,595) will make 350-400HP, a GT3582R will makde 5-600HP, a T04Z will make 700+HP, you pick the turbo from the drop down menu, the price will be reflect the turbo you choose.


      When you order this kit you have options for 350-700HP, you make the choice, or we can help you make the best decision for your goals and budget.


      After you pick your turbo in our user friendly drop down menu you pick the software to support your turbo. The 630cc files will support upto 450hp and is by far the most popular. In addition to the 630cc software, there are 830cc and 1200cc software for those clients that want to run the larger turbos ie: GT3582R. The vast majority of our clients will be running the 630cc software, and have been running the 630cc software.


      Its very simple, choose your turbo, choose your software, and you're going to make power. It's like the wendys super value menu, you pick what you want to eat to satisfy your appetitel. In this case you choose the turbo kit and options to satisfy your power goals, the only difference is the turbo kit cost more, doesnt make you run to the washroom 15 minutes later, it just gives you a funny feeling in your stomach and a smile on your face.



    2. 02-28-2009 01:08 PM #107
      So when is the Precision 6765 available

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      02-28-2009 05:55 PM #108
      Quote, originally posted by cincyTT »
      So when is the Precision 6765 available

      Could be sooner than you think


    4. 03-01-2009 03:47 AM #109
      Hey Clay,

      is this all a limited time offer? or will it be available for a while? (waiting on Tax return!!)


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      03-01-2009 12:14 PM #110
      Quote, originally posted by kclax44 »
      Hey Clay,

      is this all a limited time offer? or will it be available for a while? (waiting on Tax return!!)

      Check your IM


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      03-01-2009 03:16 PM #111
      Haha, not sure why someone would develop a product and then purposefully limit it's release (in effect limiting the developer's opportunity to recoup R&D costs, and profits) - the only reason I can think of is marketing . . .


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      03-01-2009 07:59 PM #112
      Quote, originally posted by jbrehm »
      Haha, not sure why someone would develop a product and then purposefully limit it's release (in effect limiting the developer's opportunity to recoup R&D costs, and profits) - the only reason I can think of is marketing . . .

      The first few kits are going to be sold at a reduced price, i think it says that a few places in the thread.


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      03-02-2009 12:14 AM #113
      When he said "it", I would assume he meant the whole kit; I didn't see him make any reference to price. But maybe your assumption will be better than mine


      Modified by jbrehm at 8:15 PM 3-1-2009


      Modified by jbrehm at 8:16 PM 3-1-2009

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      03-02-2009 01:06 AM #114
      Quote, originally posted by jbrehm »
      When he said "it", I would assume he meant the whole kit; I didn't see him make any reference to price. But maybe your assumption will be better than mine

      No prob Jeremy, if you head over to cam's kick him in the junk for me, and tell him Clay says hi


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      03-02-2009 12:38 PM #115
      Haha, will do

      And thanks for the awesome kit - us TT guys needed it! My money will become yours hopefully soon

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      03-02-2009 06:23 PM #116
      Quote, originally posted by jbrehm »
      Haha, will do

      And thanks for the awesome kit - us TT guys needed it! My money will become yours hopefully soon

      No worries Jerm, good luck with the work, my friends @ BP in Calgary, and a few others came out of UofA engineering and got a lot of good exp. out there.


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      03-02-2009 06:43 PM #117
      I haven't gotten the chance to check yet, but how do your kits compare in value and reliability to a custom one put together by Arnold at pagparts?

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      03-03-2009 11:06 AM #118
      Quote, originally posted by TTguy30 »
      I haven't gotten the chance to check yet, but how do your kits compare in value and reliability to a custom one put together by Arnold at pagparts?

      Your best bet would be to ask him, our 1.8T kits are very popular, reliable and offer a wide range of power options. If you have any specific questions regarding our kit feel free to ask.


    14. 03-05-2009 05:19 AM #119
      Interesting IM sent.... (its in a couple of parts)

      Cheers


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      03-05-2009 11:14 AM #120
      Quote, originally posted by kclax44 »
      Interesting IM sent.... (its in a couple of parts)

      Cheers

      replied


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      03-05-2009 10:43 PM #121
      Well I know the pagparts kit put together for my friend was vband with a GT3076r and uses a tapp tune

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      03-05-2009 11:55 PM #122
      Quote, originally posted by TTguy30 »
      Well I know the pagparts kit put together for my friend was vband with a GT3076r and uses a tapp tune

      Perfect, if you've got any more questions about other vendors kits feel free to IM them. If you have questions regarding this kit, feel free to IM or post here.


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      03-05-2009 11:57 PM #123
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      Would anyone be interested in a big turbo kit for their TT225HP that could accomodate turbos ranging from GT28RS/T3T4E 50trim all the way up to GT3582R, and HTA3586R with everything in between? If so let me know, we're working on a TT225HP kit that will have a base price in the 27~2800USD, in addition you'd need software, injectors, and fuel pump.

      Turbo choices would include, but not be limitted to:

      Garrett: T3T4E 50trim, 60trim, GT28RS, GT2871R, GT3071R, GT3076R, GT3082R, GT3582R, T04Z, SC61, HTA3582R, HTA3586R, so basically the hardware would support from 300-700HP.

      The software/fueling would be based around which turbo you chose to make your desired horsepower. Unitronic offers a wide range of tunes for each of the turbos. If you're interested, or have questions feel free to ask here, PM, or email myself: clay@CTSturbo.com

      We're finalizing details now, but should have pictures up in the coming weeks.






      Modified by Clay @ CTS Turbo at 7:09 PM 2-24-2009


      Looks sweet clay, I did the charge pipe on the top with the bracket and stuff, looks almost OEM.

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      03-06-2009 11:28 AM #124
      Thanks Peter

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      03-07-2009 09:27 PM #125
      Another one going out this week to NYC

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      Another one going out this week to the east coast

    22. 03-11-2009 10:45 AM #127
      How much extra is the software,injectors and fuel pump though ?

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      03-11-2009 11:35 AM #128
      Quote, originally posted by chrislups »
      How much extra is the software,injectors and fuel pump though ?

      It's on the site under options with drop down menus. Depends on what software and injectors you want.


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      03-11-2009 11:42 AM #129
      Quote, originally posted by joe@vwvortex »

      It's on the site under options with drop down menus. Depends on what software and injectors you want.

      Thanks Joe


    25. 03-11-2009 01:45 PM #130
      What would u suggest for a 50 trim to make the most power what software,injectors,turbine housing?

    26. 03-11-2009 01:46 PM #131
      And would a t carbon fmic work?

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      03-11-2009 04:37 PM #132
      Quote, originally posted by chrislups »
      What would u suggest for a 50 trim to make the most power what software,injectors,turbine housing?

      Garrett T3/T4E 50trim, 63ar, unitronic 630cc program

      If your FMIC bolts up to the stock car, then this kit should bolt up to that FMIC with no issues.


    28. 03-11-2009 05:54 PM #133
      How much power will i make with this set up? Any dyno #'s yet?

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      03-11-2009 09:15 PM #134
      easily.....................alot!

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      03-11-2009 09:38 PM #135
      Quote, originally posted by chrislups »
      How much power will i make with this set up? Any dyno #'s yet?

      Anywhere from 300awhp to 550awhp, depends how much you want to spend.

      The basic 50trim kit will make 300awhp no problem.


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      03-13-2009 12:25 PM #136
      so if i wanted to 500ish to the wheels what would that be at the crank. What is the drive train loss on the 225?

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      03-13-2009 11:32 PM #137
      Quote, originally posted by everydayparadise »
      so if i wanted to 500ish to the wheels what would that be at the crank. What is the drive train loss on the 225?

      I don't know, and it doesnt really matter, if you want to say you have a 800HP TT then just get a 500whp setup and say you have 40% driveline loss. Your true measurement is trap speeds or whp, if we wanted to claim numbers we'd be a ECU tuners.


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      03-14-2009 12:47 AM #138
      Damn, that is a really nice set-up Clay...WHY AM I POOR?
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      03-17-2009 12:35 AM #139
      Yes i'm waiting on my kit form clay. i can't wait. went with a gt3076r. but it's gonna run low boost till i get rods in there. all will be done by the summer. i'm shooting for 350+whp. hope i can do it. and by the way clay is really fast in responding questions and is very useful in helping out to make sure you get what you want. i feel good about everything so far.

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      03-17-2009 11:46 AM #140
      Quote, originally posted by bvgoosedd »
      Yes i'm waiting on my kit form clay. i can't wait. went with a gt3076r. but it's gonna run low boost till i get rods in there. all will be done by the summer. i'm shooting for 350+whp. hope i can do it. and by the way clay is really fast in responding questions and is very useful in helping out to make sure you get what you want. i feel good about everything so far.

      Waiting for thermal coating to finish up


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