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

    1. 02-25-2009 10:44 AM #76
      what kind of wheel hp are we talking with the basic kit? I know you said 350-400 but that is crank hp I'm assuming.

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      02-25-2009 10:47 AM #77
      This is a sexy looking setup! I am interested to know what is the perfect size on a stock motor looking to make 300 whp+....Eddie

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      02-25-2009 11:32 AM #78
      Wow - that looks great!
      Any pics of the DP by itself?

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      02-25-2009 02:48 PM #79
      sounds like you guys have got a great thing going- finally someone is doing it [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      02-25-2009 03:26 PM #80
      Quote, originally posted by joe@vwvortex »
      Wow - that looks great!
      Any pics of the DP by itself?

      I will try to get some of those shortly Joe, its a 3 piece design, one uses the top 02 pipe from our 1.8T kit, the other 2 pieces connect it to the stock placed cat back system. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      Power will range from 300awhp range to 500awhp range, depends on turbo/software choices. On a side note we will also have a FMIC setup for this kit, it will be priced at 795USD, and requires no trimming/cutting to anything.

      We're taking orders on our secure website:
      http://www.ctsturbo.com/produc....html
      The first 3 will be 2595 shipped, following that the price will increase to 2795 + ship for the basic hardware kit, and prices vary with options listed in the drop down menu.



    6. 02-25-2009 04:52 PM #81
      what about removal of the headlight washers for the fmic?

    7. 02-25-2009 05:50 PM #82
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »

      couldn't you of run the oil feed line round the back of the turbo instead of at the front?also that coolant line running over the coil packs the way you've positioned the oil and coolant lines doesn't seem very well thought out to me

    8. 02-25-2009 07:24 PM #83
      how long/ hard would you say the instillation of this kit is?

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      02-25-2009 07:37 PM #84
      Quote, originally posted by steve(nostt) »
      couldn't you of run the oil feed line round the back of the turbo instead of at the front?also that coolant line running over the coil packs the way you've positioned the oil and coolant lines doesn't seem very well thought out to me

      Steve, there are not very many options with a top mounted turbo manifold, and the routing of the oil/coolant lines work fine on our VW 1.8T kits.

      Quote, originally posted by Vdub 2.0 »
      how long/ hard would you say the instillation of this kit is?

      If you couldn't do it in 8-12 hours with a 12 pack and a couple pizzas I would be very suprised.

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      02-25-2009 07:38 PM #85
      Quote, originally posted by cincyTT »
      what about removal of the headlight washers for the fmic?

      I will post a spy shot of the FMIC later today.

    11. 02-25-2009 08:08 PM #86
      Oh, you are making my wallet very tight, Clay.

    12. 02-25-2009 08:49 PM #87
      I have the money....just trying to figure out how the hell I'm going to hide this from my girlfriend

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      02-25-2009 10:51 PM #88
      Quote, originally posted by sims159915 »
      I have the money....just trying to figure out how the hell I'm going to hide this from my girlfriend

      ship to my house, ill bring it to the shop, car needed clutch and a new turbo at same time

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      02-26-2009 09:15 AM #90
      This kit going to be available for a while? Really interested but my funds are a little limited atm because I know I'll need rods and clutch aswell. Maybe by late spring things will be looking better.


      Modified by SteveCJr at 12:55 PM 2/27/2009

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      02-26-2009 10:37 AM #91
      Quote, originally posted by SteveCJr »
      This kit going to be available for a while? Really interested but my funds are a little limited atm because I know I'll need rods aswell. Maybe by late spring things will be looking better.

      The kit will be readily available for quite some time

    17. 02-26-2009 11:06 AM #92
      Clay, was going to send you a PM but i figure i let you answer this as i'm sure others will ask you anyway.
      i have forge front mount already and relocated the DV as well. basically i have most of the supporting mod and REvo chip without the big turbo in the engine. i know that i have to choose the injectors and the software from unitronic but can/will your kit work with the Forge front mount? the $2600 price is only for the turbo and dp along with all mounting hardwares right? it does not include injectors, software, fuel pump and the front mount. those will be additional correct?

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      02-26-2009 08:22 PM #93
      Quote, originally posted by cruzad3r »
      Clay, was going to send you a PM but i figure i let you answer this as i'm sure others will ask you anyway.
      i have forge front mount already and relocated the DV as well. basically i have most of the supporting mod and REvo chip without the big turbo in the engine. i know that i have to choose the injectors and the software from unitronic but can/will your kit work with the Forge front mount? the $2600 price is only for the turbo and dp along with all mounting hardwares right? it does not include injectors, software, fuel pump and the front mount. those will be additional correct?

      If your forge FMIC connects to the stainless steel pipe on the left of this picture then it should be a breeze. Basically this kit was designed to bolt up to the stock SMIC setup. I would be very suprised if your FMIC didn't bolt up to our hardware kit with ease. You're correct, 2595 includes all hardware, no fueling (injectors or software), and the FMIC is additional.

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      02-26-2009 08:34 PM #94
      Quote, originally posted by Clay @ CTS Turbo »
      If your forge FMIC connects to the stainless steel pipe on the left of this picture then it should be a breeze. Basically this kit was designed to bolt up to the stock SMIC setup. I would be very suprised if your FMIC didn't bolt up to our hardware kit with ease. You're correct, 2595 includes all hardware, no fueling (injectors or software), and the FMIC is additional.

      The forge FMIC connects to the hose that connects to that pipe and the pipe with the map sensor so it should fit fine.

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      02-26-2009 08:40 PM #95
      Quote, originally posted by joe@vwvortex »
      The forge FMIC connects to the hose that connects to that pipe and the pipe with the map sensor so it should fit fine.

      Thanks for clearing that up Joe [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      02-26-2009 09:29 PM #96
      Does the charge pipe have a bung for the DV and n75 or is it intended for a relocated DV?
      Also if someone wanted an additional o2 bung welded into the downpipe for wideband sensor is that possible?


      Modified by jwalker1.8 at 6:30 PM 2-26-2009

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      02-27-2009 10:34 AM #97
      Quote, originally posted by jwalker1.8 »
      Does the charge pipe have a bung for the DV and n75 or is it intended for a relocated DV?

      You can see the DV in the photo and it is attached in the OEM position.

    23. 02-27-2009 11:17 AM #98
      Quote, originally posted by jwalker1.8 »
      Does the charge pipe have a bung for the DV and n75 or is it intended for a relocated DV?

      top of page, first pic you can see the dv in the top right corner, then 2 pics down you can see the 90* for the dv just after the 90* blue connector off the turbo

    24. 02-27-2009 11:23 AM #99
      OMG lol dam you CTS for making it so easy for me to buy this frikin kit LOL ... about 4k for all the parts and probably another 1k for installation. big turbo does come cheap for the TT now LOL
      question about reliability and driveability. how is this compare to the apr stage3? i know you said it's a plug and play system but am i going to have to spend endless hours, effort and money in getting this BigTurbo kit works right.
      also i have to send you my ECU for the software right? how is the support on that IF i have problem with the software and my car is not running properly?
      Do you have any partner vendor somewhere in the Northeast area? Like NY, MA, CT?
      Modified by cruzad3r at 11:24 AM 2/27/2009


      Modified by cruzad3r at 11:28 AM 2/27/2009

    25. 02-27-2009 11:58 AM #100
      The APR stg3 kits us a gt28r-gt2871r depending on model. These use a T3 based turbo which gives you tons more options on turbo selection, not just 28r to gt3076r with a T25 housing.
      The price he is posting is for a garrett 50trim turbo which will make 300-350fwhp on pump depending on psi.
      Clay sells unitronic which gets tons of support on this forum. You will have to send the ecu out, but after that, a local rep will be able to take car of you. Just search the unitronic.ca site for local dealers.

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