Thanks for the info, did some digging and all the City models run a 2.0L 8v BEV engine. Apparantly compatible with c2 software & the mkIV turbo kits
Still waiting for a good day to dig open my ECU/ECM and figure out what code is in there, will keep posted.
Mk4.5 and loving it!
its a 2.0 8v like all the others the only difference is it was designed for certain states emission regulations so the put VVT on it, a self adjusting cam gear and a different camshaft to work with it, plus a sensor, everything else on the engine is the same, x-flow head..etc, oh it also supposedly has 3 O2 sensors
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This I don't know, but there may be some minor differences between the engines that may not let it work...
Well here's the thing. My friend and I both have AEG motors, and we just installed the stg 3 kit on his 2.0l. It boosts and everything, but his mpg went from 29 down to 10-15 mpg. Is that normal? Well, if it's only something wrong with his car, it doesn't worry me too much and I might consider getting the same kit also.
It will depend on how you drive the car, but the kit uses much larger injectors than stock. So yes, it is normal for the fuel mileage to go down. I would imagine that your friend is pretty excited to have so much extra power in his car, so he's probably driving around with a heavier than normal right foot. If you can drive around lightly, you should see your MPG go back up.
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Your MPG should stay around the same when you aren't boosting all the time. Your MFA will not read accurately because the injectors are bigger than stock, so you will have to calculate your fuel mileage manually.
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