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

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      04-30-2009 09:41 PM #176


      this is a dirty pic gotta clean it up a lil


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      04-30-2009 11:51 PM #177
      This looks good but wheres the drive shaft?

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      05-02-2009 02:07 PM #178
      clean up your engine bay ray

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      05-02-2009 02:25 PM #179
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      clean up your engine bay ray

      No kidding...what's going on in the circled area???


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      05-02-2009 06:09 PM #180
      what is that line running off of?


      Modified by TUNR23 at 4:11 PM 5-2-2009
      due, i couldnt give a couple f#cks for one whole f#ck...
      reply: no f#cks given then

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      05-03-2009 12:09 AM #181
      i was wondering the same thing lol. what can i do about that? i don't even know what that is and why the intake pipe has that weld on top like that. How do you guess think i should clean up the bay?

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      05-03-2009 01:53 PM #182
      I would start by looking into the thread "cleaning up the engine bay" in the 1.8t technical section...Use the search, you will find it. then look at some of lm8vette's posts in the TT section...good luck.

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      05-03-2009 04:21 PM #183
      oh u guys mean cleaning everything out like taking things out. i just want to clean it like clean it. plus i'm gonna dip and powder coat things when i do rods. it'll be better in the future. i'm too afraid to just start taking things out.

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      05-04-2009 12:08 PM #184
      Quote, originally posted by bvgoosedd »
      i was wondering the same thing lol. what can i do about that? i don't even know what that is and why the intake pipe has that weld on top like that. How do you guess think i should clean up the bay?

      That appears to be your crankcase ventilation that is routed back into the intake. You should really get rid of the kink in that hose.


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      05-05-2009 04:33 PM #186
      how do i get rid of that kink??? oh and clay how fast will i get my ecu back after i sent it?

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      05-05-2009 04:55 PM #187
      Quote, originally posted by bvgoosedd »
      how do i get rid of that kink??? oh and clay how fast will i get my ecu back after i sent it?

      Well - that's really a matter of seeing where the connection is and getting the right type of hose.


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      05-05-2009 06:41 PM #188
      Quote, originally posted by bvgoosedd »
      how do i get rid of that kink??? oh and clay how fast will i get my ecu back after i sent it?

      It ships there, and is express shipped back, so it really depends on how fast you get it there probably 3-4 days return if all goes well.


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      05-07-2009 11:37 AM #189
      Quote, originally posted by jwalker1.8 »

      No kidding...what's going on in the circled area???

      Clay,

      The intake hoses for the TT225 have two different versions - one for the AMU and one for the BEA. If need be - can the intakes be modified to accomodate these differences so that stock hose routing can be retained? I'm not sure what the hell is wrong here - but I know that the crimped hose shown circled here attaches down low on my stock intake hose.


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      05-07-2009 11:43 AM #190
      Quote, originally posted by joe@vwvortex »

      Clay,

      The intake hoses for the TT225 have two different versions - one for the AMU and one for the BEA. If need be - can the intakes be modified to accomodate these differences so that stock hose routing can be retained? I'm not sure what the hell is wrong here - but I know that the crimped hose shown circled here attaches down low on my stock intake hose.


      Will be looking into that shortly


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      05-10-2009 12:37 AM #191
      Black, blue and red silicon available

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      05-18-2009 02:57 PM #192
      Just realized there's 3 diffterent color hoses in the above picture lol

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      05-19-2009 10:50 AM #193
      Smart ass!!! when i ordered there was no red it's fine tho i gotta clean it up. once i do rods and have it apart i may powder coat some stuff or dip em not sure yet!

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      05-19-2009 11:30 AM #194
      Quote, originally posted by bvgoosedd »
      Smart ass!!! when i ordered there was no red it's fine tho i gotta clean it up. once i do rods and have it apart i may powder coat some stuff or dip em not sure yet!


      just buggin ray, can't wait to see pics of the cooler installed


    20. 06-01-2009 08:10 PM #195
      Quote, originally posted by bvgoosedd »


      this is a dirty pic gotta clean it up a lil


      Yup most certainly time to start deleting things in that engine bay. half of your hoses are not needed.


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      06-02-2009 01:22 AM #196
      Quote, originally posted by AudiTToR »


      Yup most certainly time to start deleting things in that engine bay. half of your hoses are not needed.

      showoff!


    22. 06-06-2009 01:19 AM #197
      @ what rpm could i expect full spool from a GT3582R with an aeb head and a stroked block?

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      06-06-2009 01:40 AM #198
      Quote, originally posted by amek0n3 »
      @ what rpm could i expect full spool from a GT3582R with an aeb head and a stroked block?

      With what turbine housing?


    24. 06-06-2009 04:22 AM #199
      sorry, 82. and what kind of whp?
      thanks

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      06-06-2009 12:19 PM #200
      Quote, originally posted by amek0n3 »
      sorry, 82. and what kind of whp?
      thanks


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      06-07-2009 09:32 PM #201
      Are there any issues with clutch, transmission, or drivetrain problems when upgrading to a larger turbo? Should any of these components be replaced before installing your kit?

      Do you ship to APO addresses?


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      06-08-2009 02:07 AM #202
      Quote, originally posted by Mesix »
      Are there any issues with clutch, transmission, or drivetrain problems when upgrading to a larger turbo? Should any of these components be replaced before installing your kit?

      Do you ship to APO addresses?

      The stock clutch is going to need upgrading eventually, but the stock 02M 6spd clutches can take a fair bit of abuse. I would suggest getting a fmic in addition to the kit. We sell those, and have pictures on our website too. You'll need fuel injectors and software in addition to the kit.

      we could ship to an APO address, it may be easier to email for details: clay@ctsturbo.com


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      06-09-2009 03:33 AM #203
      Holy crap - are the 6 speeds actually holding GT2871 and larger turbo kits for any appreciable amount of time?
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    29. 06-09-2009 11:28 AM #204
      I noticed that his charge pipe has line for the DV, was that charge pipe supplied with kit or is that his own?

      if it is supplied with the kit, is it possible to get the charge pipe with the DV port deleted?

      Don't some of the turbo's you offer have different size inlet options?
      which do you use for the kits? ie 3071r


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      06-09-2009 11:47 AM #205
      Quote, originally posted by Krissrock »
      I noticed that his charge pipe has line for the DV, was that charge pipe supplied with kit or is that his own?

      if it is supplied with the kit, is it possible to get the charge pipe with the DV port deleted?

      Don't some of the turbo's you offer have different size inlet options?
      which do you use for the kits? ie 3071r


      It is included, we could delete if you need it. The turbos have different inlets we supply silicon to suit the larger or smaller housings.


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      06-25-2009 12:43 PM #206
      Quote, originally posted by bvgoosedd »
      how do i get rid of that kink??? oh and clay how fast will i get my ecu back after i sent it?

      Any update on how it drives with the new setup? Very interested in results...


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      06-26-2009 12:42 AM #207
      Quote, originally posted by nsingh9 »

      Any update on how it drives with the new setup? Very interested in results...

      Ray has had some clutch issues recently, there are others running the basic 50trim kits, but they're not regular vortexers


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      07-06-2009 08:56 AM #208
      I'm doing my 50trim install this week. A question about the 50 trim...

      The threaded inlet of the turbo is on the bottom side when it is set on the top-mount main. So, to 'clock' the turbo, do you take loose the bolts on each side of the center section (not the compressor and exhaust housings) and then rotate that section so the threaded inlet is on top? Is it just that easy?


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      07-06-2009 10:52 AM #209
      Quote, originally posted by taifighter »
      I'm doing my 50trim install this week. A question about the 50 trim...

      The threaded inlet of the turbo is on the bottom side when it is set on the top-mount main. So, to 'clock' the turbo, do you take loose the bolts on each side of the center section (not the compressor and exhaust housings) and then rotate that section so the threaded inlet is on top? Is it just that easy?


      You got it tai, check out this youtube video, it's pretty straight forward:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amSFViIAWew

      The bolts holding the CHRA to the housings are 13mm, so have your wrench ready, there are 6 on the turbine housing and 6 on the compressor housing.


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      07-06-2009 03:48 PM #210
      Thanks, that's excellent. One more question... the restrictor... how can I be sure I have the correct one for my specific turbo (50 trim)? Can u post a pic?

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