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    Thread: *** IE Connecting Rods Specials @ CTS Turbo ***

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      10-21-2009 01:11 PM #1




      Quote Originally Posted by CTS Turbo
      Hey Guys, we currently have 20+ sets of IE rods on our shelves for a variety of applications. We can ship to the US or Canada without brokerage fees. So if you're in Canada and you need a set of rods shoot us a PM or order online, no brokerage/duties will be charged. If you have any questions feel free to post or PM



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      Integrated Engineering Drop In 2.0 FSI Connecting Rods - 389.99USD shipped





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      If there's something you don't see here the chances are we have it on our shelves, or we can get it to you asap. If you're doing a BT build drop us a line for a potential package deal with some fueling components, we also have 1,000's of injectors in stock of various sizes and impedance's.

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      01-19-2010 03:16 PM #2
      Another stock order just came in

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      04-10-2010 08:50 PM #3
      Any rods for the A4 Aeb engines? Too many mixed opinions on if the AEB has 19mm wrist pins or 20mm. Care to clear this up for me and others. Thanks. I figure the first set you have listed is for the AEB. Just want to make sure.


      Modified by Scotmbb107 at 8:52 PM 4-10-2010

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      04-13-2010 01:37 AM #4
      Quote, originally posted by Scotmbb107 »
      Any rods for the A4 Aeb engines? Too many mixed opinions on if the AEB has 19mm wrist pins or 20mm. Care to clear this up for me and others. Thanks. I figure the first set you have listed is for the AEB. Just want to make sure.


      Modified by Scotmbb107 at 8:52 PM 4-10-2010

      Yup, they're on the site here:

      http://www.ctsturbo.com/produc....html

      You have to click the AEB option, the standard 20mm's require machine work to drop into AEBs. So click the AEB option and you're gold.


    5. 05-18-2010 03:07 PM #5
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      08-14-2010 11:19 AM #6
      why do standard 20mm rods require machine work? the AEB is 20mm wrist pinned 144mm rods, stock.. you need to machine the block if you are using an ABA crank but stock crank you dont need to do any machine work.
      Who knows...

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      08-14-2010 11:48 AM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by 99.5blacka4 View Post
      why do standard 20mm rods require machine work? the AEB is 20mm wrist pinned 144mm rods, stock.. you need to machine the block if you are using an ABA crank but stock crank you dont need to do any machine work.


      Quote Originally Posted by Integrated Engineering
      These are specially designed for 058 blocks with intermediate shafts. They have been redesigned, and do not require modification to the intermediate shaft!

      You'd really think the manufacturer of the connecting rods has a good idea of what they're doing with their own connecting rods. Intermediate shaft modification is required on some builds when using aftermarket 144x20's and that's a well known fact, you can find details and pictures on vwvortex if you search hard enough

      This is a for sale thread not a misinformation thread

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      08-14-2010 12:46 PM #8
      I've talked to Pete MANY times and he's never mentioned it.. It does say it on their site at the very bottom, down past the descript..

      dont get an attitude Clay, I was misinformed, considering i've talked to pete about buying them for my setup and it was never made mention.
      Who knows...

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      08-14-2010 03:13 PM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by 99.5blacka4 View Post
      I've talked to Pete MANY times and he's never mentioned it.. It does say it on their site at the very bottom, down past the descript..

      dont get an attitude Clay, I was misinformed, considering i've talked to pete about buying them for my setup and it was never made mention.

      No attitude, Spreading misinformation is not a good idea especially in our for sale threads. If you have any doubts about the need for this product or that, you should do a bit more research before potentially misleading forum readers. I've been friends with Pete and Dave for close to 10 years now and I'm very familiar with their product line as we are their largest dealer.



    10. 05-12-2011 04:25 PM #11
      im also very curious on why the standard 20mm's require machine work to drop into AEBs

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      05-19-2011 01:42 PM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by G-low View Post
      im also very curious on why the standard 20mm's require machine work to drop into AEBs
      They're too wide and interfere with the block, the SCAT rods don't require machining. I believe IE's new design should not require machining but those are a few months out.

      If you need a set of SCAT rods we brought in a few sets to hold us over until IE gets their new batch of rods in the next 3-4 weeks.



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      08-02-2011 03:22 PM #15
      do you have any 20mm ie rods in stock? Need a set asap if you do.

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      08-15-2011 01:47 PM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by L.I.VW13 View Post
      do you have any 20mm ie rods in stock? Need a set asap if you do.

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      We had 10 sets, sold them all, re-ordered 10 sets and they are not available as of 08/02/11










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      12-13-2011 07:25 PM #25
      Dear Santa,
      this Christmas I would like the followings:
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      Ok here's a scoop guys, Rudolph developed a drinking habit (that red nose isn't magic...) so Santa had to switch to a Eurovan diesel for deliveries. Unfortunately it's pretty cold around the north pole and Santa has no electricity to plug his van in. Save your car the deception when she finds that out on the faithful morning and order from www.ctsturbo.com , we ship everyday, worldwide and no matter the weather!


    15. 06-15-2012 06:03 PM #26
      im building a BT engine AEB code for my mk1,happy to bump your thread for some in-depth chat

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      06-18-2012 09:44 AM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by dubbed_up_daz View Post
      im building a BT engine AEB code for my mk1,happy to bump your thread for some in-depth chat
      Thanks for the thread bump

      Unfortunately the IE rods don't work with the AEB without block clearancing.

    17. 08-24-2012 05:32 PM #28
      Not sure if ive seen this posted in here,found it on you tube but basically a 212mph Bonneville run on low boost with an IE engine

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKdBv...&feature=share

    18. 03-14-2013 08:39 PM #29
      Do you have rods for 2.8 30v

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      10-17-2013 07:11 PM #30
      When running 25psi and up on your CTS FSI Big Turbo kit we suggest some simple upgrades… Integrated Engineering Forged H-Beam connecting rods… These will hold the bottom end in-check with the addition of a new Precision CEA HP5558SP-B…




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