Thanks guys for nice compliments
The car rides four a few days ago, differences compared to before is :
- the car have a lot of power in low and high rpm-s, when it is could it works fidgetily, but when it warms up it works fine..
Now I have less bost for 0.25 bars ( on 16v head the bost is less four 0.3 bars , so this 8v head now have almost good flow as 16v )
Im now on winter set-up and 72 mm pullye , the car runs better than before on 68 mm pullye, so the power is increased approximately like 25-30 hp
I had to do some modifications on the the exhaust sistem and sealing on the inlet and exhaust to expanded
The new custom chip
The only criticism is that car when is could it works fidgetily , but when it is warm up and when you hit the pedal of gas you forget all...
I think he means the car doesn't run perfectly when cold but after it warms up it runs fine without any problems. For the cold performance problems, try cleaning and adjusting the ISV since you've made performance mods to the car, and also adjusting the idle screw. Also you might want to replace the blue temp sensor since it plays a major part with the car performance.
By the way that's a lovely GTI and Keep up the good work.
Last edited by twinrado; 03-02-2011 at 03:25 AM.
There's no such thing as too much of anything but to little results in the need for more.
here's a short clip of the acceleration, recorded from a friend's car Mk IV GTI ( 180 hp ) Chiped ( APR ) , completly exhaust sistem 3.0 inch inox line( cat less ),6 kg flywheel... cca 220 bhp
Im on winter set-up ( 72 mm pullye )...
Last edited by G-unit@; 03-09-2011 at 03:02 PM.
BBS Rs ended on another beautiful car, I had a rm-s, which were the original on my car, so I decided to restore them.
First I ordered the radinox rings from "2" inch
so I gave the screws on chrome, bilnk. blink
rims prepared for painting ( These rims are very difficult to prepare )
they are not bad in the fluid kit
these rims were very difficult to prepare and paint, but the work has paid off
Hello boys and grils , bbs are on the car and finally fixed some stuff in interior of my G-ladiator
handbreak and steering-wheel fixed, some pices of interior :
nicely fits with the" 20 jahre gti" gear lever
Outside look ....
nicely done!!! Beautiful car!
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Yea, that was on winter set-up with 72 mm pullye , check my last video with 68 mm pullye :
Thanks guys for nice compliments
Last edited by G-unit@; 05-17-2011 at 12:56 PM.
I tried with audi S3, 2 rounds, 1 round not recorded (since it was unplanned) rolling 150-250 km/h make the difference about six car lengths, the second round is recorded but it came at high speed next to me, but it is nice to see how it catches up to 265 km/h (Tacho) than I let go the pedal of gas because 5 speed was 6900 rpm (at the beginning is uphill ) and this car is not designed for these speeds, all over 240 km/h is risk in this car ....
beautiful car, and I love the oil cooler placement.
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