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    Thread: Stage 4 supercharger reborn....The final fantasy....

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      09-12-2012 12:23 PM #552
      I take it the mounting points on the V7 are the same as the V1 & V2 chargers?.....if not, what are you doing for a mounting bracket? Man this is good stuff

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      09-12-2012 12:50 PM #553
      Quote Originally Posted by Cspence View Post
      I take it the mounting points on the V7 are the same as the V1 & V2 chargers?.....if not, what are you doing for a mounting bracket? Man this is good stuff
      This is what i was curious about. I am trying to avoid spending an additional 850 bucks to buy Verdicts bracket. if he can't work around the VF Bracket imma be


      Updates look good Bill. The V7 is a Monster haha

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      09-14-2012 12:33 AM #554
      Quote Originally Posted by Cspence View Post
      I take it the mounting points on the V7 are the same as the V1 & V2 chargers?.....if not, what are you doing for a mounting bracket? Man this is good stuff

      Most Street and Race chargers have the same mounting template, only the $4-5K chargers have a diff mount. Im very lucky the V7 fits, I just hope I dont shear the key out of the crank....this thing takes some power just to turn it!
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      Stage 7= VF, HPA= V7-ysi, A/W Intake, Dual Jet Water/Meth, UM E-85 Flex 870cc, ProMAF, 268 Cams, SS Header, SS Mid pipe, Custom intake, Brisk plugs, Lambo flapper

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      09-14-2012 12:47 AM #555
      Looking good George.

      I remember the days when people thought T-trims were large

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      09-14-2012 04:14 AM #556

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      09-14-2012 05:03 AM #557
      Quote Originally Posted by BOUDAH View Post
      This is what i was curious about. I am trying to avoid spending an additional 850 bucks to buy Verdicts bracket. if he can't work around the VF Bracket imma be


      Updates look good Bill. The V7 is a Monster haha

      Ellery,

      Im almost positive the current s/c mount will work ok with the VMS cog setup, I see no reason to alter a perfectly fine design. My belts have been running true and straight from day one, and I dont think the mount flexs with toque or anything.

      I hope to see your car running some time soon?

      Once your home let me know if you need any help?

      Bill


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      09-14-2012 01:13 PM #558
      Quote Originally Posted by barspinsteve View Post
      I love and admire your dedication to pushing the supercharged route while everyone else seems to give up and go turbo.

      Keep up the good work! Can't wait to see dyno numbers and see it rip!!
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      09-14-2012 03:43 PM #559
      Great news!

      Just got off the phone with Tim from http://www.mandrelbendingsolutions.c...let/StoreFront

      They are my newest sponsor to my ever growing build.

      I have spent some time on their website and they have some very cool stuff for fabrication, so check it out if you have a few minutes.

      Thanks to MBS and Tim for helping me achieve my goals.


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      Last edited by vwgeorge2; 09-14-2012 at 03:49 PM.
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...-final-fantasy....

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      09-15-2012 10:23 PM #560
      Love reading this thread. You are the SC king.
      See you at R32 GTG at H2O sat. 11am? I have questions.

      Pat

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      09-16-2012 06:14 PM #561
      Quote Originally Posted by NJVWR32 View Post
      Love reading this thread. You are the SC king.
      See you at R32 GTG at H2O sat. 11am? I have questions.

      Pat

      Thanks Pat.

      You know ill be there

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    12. 09-18-2012 06:35 PM #562
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      Sneak peak of the new air/water intake manifold.......










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      09-19-2012 05:26 AM #563
      Bill, Ill be missing H20i again, so incase i didnt ask yet. Please take lots of pictures. haha

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      09-19-2012 09:01 AM #564
      This is some serious dedication..

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      10-05-2012 01:30 AM #565
      Quote Originally Posted by VWPOPS View Post
      This is some serious dedication..



      Thanks POPS,

      It makes it all worth it when people see im doing my homework and investing so much time on this journey.

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      Small update while im here:

      The ECU was dropped off with Fred at UM for the new E-85 tune at H2O last Sunday, just waiting for that to be returned.

      And taking Phil from VMS's advice im upgrading to a full 2 inch DV setup utilizing a Vortech Mondo valve...This thing is a bear and should really get it done!

      With the above I had to re-engineer the current intake pipe to accept a 2 inch pipe, this worked but wow is 2 inch pipe hard to work with. Pics to follow within a week or two.

      Finally im going to sell some of my precious parts I have laying around, I need money for a new clutch and its gotta go...Parts going are:

      V1 T-trim supercharger (2000 shipped) Heavy Duty Bearings (on ebay)
      3.6 inch RR pulley
      3.4 inch RR pulley
      3.25 inch 928M pulley
      Forge splitter hybrid DV
      Forge Super splitter hybrid DV
      Current A/W boost tubing with charge-cooler and mount
      Current C2 fueling kit with 550cc/4in MAF/Flashed ECU Atwood software
      R32 custom painted intake manifild


      Till next time.


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      Last edited by vwgeorge2; 10-21-2012 at 02:59 AM.
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      10-05-2012 11:21 AM #566
      great work , looking foward to see her all done.

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      10-05-2012 11:21 AM #567
      Bill, Ill take the Supersize Forge DV, I want a second one... just incase

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      10-08-2012 02:14 AM #568
      MOAB= Mother of all blowers

      After a few last runs, and one last car show (H2O) I am starting the MOAB build.

      I hope to achieve some stupid numbers safely without breaking the bank or the motor.



      A special glass boiler tube added to the drain for visuals on oil flow and quantity...





      Just cut and insert





      About a half tube of flow at just idle





      I finally got to meet the owners of Verdict Motorsports, Noah on left, Phil in the middle. Great guys that are going to do great things on the MOAB...

      The Verdict story:

      Verdict Motorsports was founded by two friends nearly a decade ago who were fed up with the companies supporting Volkswagen and Audi enthusiasts. We saw a niche in a market where quality, support, and honest to goodness engineering was unheard of. Since then we have built a name for ourselves building products many thought impossible. Over the years we have stuck to our beliefs and continue to raise the bar for higher quality products and service every day.

      Verdict Motorsports is a company with its own ideas and is based around the philosophy that if an existing product meets our demands then we won’t saturate the market with another. To us nothing is more annoying than a company that lacks creative knowledge and goes around trying to reinvent the wheel. We will continue to do what we do best by engineering, manufacturing, and providing the highest quality components that you, our customer, have come to expect from us.

      We take pride in being different then the next company and will continue providing viable solutions for Motorsport Driven enthusiasts today and tomorrow...






      I found out way too late that the V-1 T-trim can make some good power if over-spun just a bit. I got 16 PSI indicated with belt slip and only going to 6500 motor RPM's. My guess is this thing could push 17-19 PSI with cogs and water injection to keep it cool.

      Video below (Click on the pic to view)





      The phenolic spacer was not cut properly? but a few minutes with the dremel and it was all good!





      Amount that had to be removed...





      All trim work done...





      Final product ready to mount...





      Time to make the gaskets to help protect the phenolic spacer...





      The new and improved 2 inch DV return, PVC is my new best friend...





      JB Weld getn the job done...





      Dont feed the old guy...LOL





      V9F out, V2S out, V1T out, V7 YSI in for the win...





      I loved this intake, almost hate to see it go...





      MK4 R32 down for Maintenence......................







      Hope you enjoy the pics


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      10-08-2012 03:12 AM #569
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      But, I am using a FOD screen/Air Flow Straightener just before the TB to stop any bad juju...

      Carl @ 928M made these up and you guessed it, I got it for a song.

      looks identical to the one i ran years ago (lighting diffuser from a camera shop)


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      10-09-2012 02:13 PM #570
      Quote Originally Posted by Phil@VerdictMotorsports View Post
      Looking good George.

      I remember the days when people thought T-trims were large



      Phil, car will be ready around mid Nov...

      Hows the cogs looking?

      Bill


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      10-09-2012 07:34 PM #572
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      Phil, car will be ready around mid Nov...

      Hows the cogs looking?

      Bill


      Moving right along Bill. Here's a couple cranks after being run in the lathe last week.





      Next they will get the teeth cut, and then the backside machined for auxiliary drive applications.

      Phil

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      10-10-2012 04:38 AM #573
      waiting patiently to purchase the cogs...

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      10-10-2012 04:48 AM #574
      Quote Originally Posted by BOUDAH View Post
      waiting patiently to purchase the cogs...

      With cogs you should see 15-16 PSI every time you get on it! or more?

      It will be a great ride

      Have you decided the RPM's your going with?
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      10-10-2012 04:52 AM #575
      honestly i still need to talk to Phil about this. Haven't really talked to him since i wanna say August. I would like to see 15 PSI from the blower- 12-13 min. consistently.

      Also, i haven't forgot to paypal u, just been sick the art few days.

      What are u using to make those gaskets for the spacer.

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