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    Thread: Redline Speed Worx Presents: FSI CNC Ported Cylinder Heads

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      12-02-2010 11:03 AM #1


      Redline Speed Worx is Proud to Present Fully CNC Machined & Ported FSI Cylinder Heads.


      - INA Engineering CNC Ported / Machined Finished Ports
      - 31% Increase in Flow at Intake Valves
      - 18% Increase in Flow at Exhaust Valves
      - 4 Angle Inlet Valve Machining
      - 3 Angle & Radius Exhaust Valve Maching
      - Valves are Lapped into Cylinder Head ( New seats are installed for +1mm Valves )
      - Heads are Ultra Sonic Cleaned Prior to Assembly
      - Ferrea Super Alloy Exhaust Valves
      - Ferrea Intake Valves
      - Ferrea Valve Springs + Ti Retainers
      - Knife Edged Port Divider
      - Intake Runner Divider Slots Deleted

      - INA Engineering CNC Machined Valve with Matching Serial Number to Identify Cylinder Head
      - CAT Stage II Camshafts Available ( 270 / 262 )


      - $3,000.00 ( Includes +1MM Ferrea Valvetrain )
      - CORE Charge $700.00 ( Refunded When a Good Condition Core is Received )























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      12-02-2010 11:54 AM #2
      Wow...looks amazing. I want one

    3. 12-02-2010 05:18 PM #3
      WOW!

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      holy crap! that is a thing of beauty!
      it would be a shame if they ended up coated in the same crap that our engines suffer from.

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      Quote Originally Posted by MFZERO View Post
      holy crap! that is a thing of beauty!
      it would be a shame if they ended up coated in the same crap that our engines suffer from.

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      12-02-2010 08:47 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by Pat@RedlineSpeedWorx View Post


      Redline Speed Worx is Proud to Present Fully CNC Machined & Ported FSI Cylinder Heads.




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      That intake side was nicely Done thats a money shot right there.

      Looking at those upgraded springs no maching needed for them ? hard to tell from the pic's Bob.G
      Read below about mine and other fsi stage 3 owners bad experience and poor results with APR and there Stage 3 Kits. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...ge-3-dyno-runs
      Quote Originally Posted by jhines_06gli View Post
      I'd say you have nothing to worry about, but then again.....you are driving a modified VW. You have EVERYTHING to worry about!!!
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      12-02-2010 09:06 PM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by rracerguy717 View Post
      Looking at those upgraded springs no maching needed for them ? hard to tell from the pic's Bob.G
      Bob,
      it is the photo angle. No machining was needed to fit the springs.
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      12-02-2010 09:46 PM #8
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      12-03-2010 11:13 AM #9
      Thanks for all the kind words fellas, alot of love was put into these heads. We are working on a TSI Offering now.

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      12-06-2010 11:58 AM #11
      Looks like a few local customers will be getting these heads installed shortly !

    12. 12-06-2010 12:40 PM #12
      looking forward to their performance gains.

      Please update us on there builds or hopefully if they are active on the boards they will take the initiative.

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      12-06-2010 01:43 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by sabba View Post
      looking forward to their performance gains.

      Please update us on there builds or hopefully if they are active on the boards they will take the initiative.
      what he said

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      12-06-2010 08:47 PM #15
      Are you going to put new tapered valve guides in? The ones in the pics do not look too good.

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      12-06-2010 09:09 PM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by verict View Post
      Are you going to put new tapered valve guides in? The ones in the pics do not look too good.
      Im sure there new guides what you see is they grind the guide flush with the roof of the port
      ( im not a big fan of this on the exhaust side) whats there is white assembly lube thats hanging down . Bob.G
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      I'd say you have nothing to worry about, but then again.....you are driving a modified VW. You have EVERYTHING to worry about!!!
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      12-06-2010 09:44 PM #17
      Quote Originally Posted by verict View Post
      Are you going to put new tapered valve guides in? The ones in the pics do not look too good.
      The guides are machined to be flush with the port. They will hardly affect the velocity of the air entering / exhaust gas leaving the ports. The white "residue" is assembly grease.
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      12-07-2010 12:51 AM #18
      Quote Originally Posted by rracerguy717 View Post
      Im sure there new guides what you see is they grind the guide flush with the roof of the port
      ( im not a big fan of this on the exhaust side) whats there is white assembly lube thats hanging down . Bob.G
      during combustion, gases expand, therefore oversized exhaust valves should work wonders!

      and to further reinforce my point, thats why miv 1.8t 3 exhaust valves.

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      12-07-2010 12:58 AM #19
      No.

      For one thing, exhaust gasses exit the cylinder under far more pressure then intake gasses- which can only be pulled in by a maximum of ~ 1 bar pressure differential (without boost, add your boost on top of that)... The piston shoves the exhaust gas out, as well as residual combustion pressure if you have enough cam duration.

      That's why exhaust valves are always smaller then intakes.

      Point number two: 1.8t's have 3 intake valves, and two exhaust. Which is kindof a catch 22 anyways since they are much smaller and don't really have all that much more curtain area- and they open slow as hell due to the small lifter bucket- but we won't get into that.

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      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      during combustion, gases expand, therefore oversized exhaust valves should work wonders!

      and to further reinforce my point, thats why miv 1.8t 3 exhaust valves.
      My point was for longterm durabilty ,keeping the FULL exhaust guide will help in many ways with all the heat from the exhaust side just shape the guide so it flows better. Bob.G
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      Quote Originally Posted by jhines_06gli View Post
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      12-07-2010 04:46 AM #21
      I am veeery much interesed in how this bitchy engine reacts on cylinder head porting / changes....

      I really like what I see but due to talking with cylinder head specialists over here, who tried to port FSI heads (slightly or heavy) told me about bad results, disastrous power development and even power losses. Maybe, they didn´t adapt the software right but this is the reason I am so expectant and didn´t give it a try until today.

      They even told me to let even the fingers off oversized valves because of the flow changes...

      We will see...just to make these guys a little bit valid. They didn´t use a dremel do their work...they are in business for several decades and work together with VW-Motorsport.

      Good luck...when it works fine...I will be in later

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      12-07-2010 11:12 AM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by Hendrik View Post
      Maybe, they didn´t adapt the software right

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      12-07-2010 11:49 AM #23
      If so Issam, we´ll come together a second time in 2011
      we must just be more tricky with customs this time.


      ...btw. head is off since yesterday...tomorry the ferrea stuff should find a new home...

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      12-07-2010 02:47 PM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by Hendrik View Post
      If so Issam, we´ll come together a second time in 2011
      we must just be more tricky with customs this time.


      ...btw. head is off since yesterday...tomorry the ferrea stuff should find a new home...
      Just make sure to give RSW a call when you are ready
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      12-07-2010 03:47 PM #25
      I won´t give anybody a call...i don´t want to give you the pleasure hear me stumbling on the phone

      ...BTW:...Issam, look how pretty the valves could look when you give a little love to them


      and due to headwork. While cleaning / preparing the head it was easy to reckon, that also the MKV is just a mass product. Have a closer look to the port on the photo. We will indeed drill this 1.5mm "overhanging" metal away(the shiny silver stuff on top!). I hope you can see what I mean. Has anybody else seen such a malposition / imprecision??



      Anymore question: What is this ugly yellow stuff looking like snot or a chewing gum hanging around your valves ?
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      12-07-2010 04:10 PM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by Hendrik View Post
      Anymore question: What is this ugly yellow stuff looking like snot or a chewing gum hanging around your valves ?
      I had a bad cold that day....

      It is assembly grease for the valve seals.
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      12-07-2010 04:13 PM #27
      How do you compare doing all this work with stock cams vs. just cams w/ stock head? I assume Im asking a questions that hasn't really been tested side by side yet. I guess Im asking can cams give similar results for less money?

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      12-07-2010 06:41 PM #28
      Quote Originally Posted by loudgli View Post
      How do you compare doing all this work with stock cams vs. just cams w/ stock head? I assume Im asking a questions that hasn't really been tested side by side yet. I guess Im asking can cams give similar results for less money?
      Cams move the powerband from left to right , they do not extrapolate the power band. With a ported head you will see gains throughout the entire power band more so than cams.
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      Glad to see all the good discussion here guys !

      We love nothing more than to bring new products to market to give the community a few more options to achieve big power !


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      12-11-2010 08:23 PM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by enginenerd View Post
      No.

      For one thing, exhaust gasses exit the cylinder under far more pressure then intake gasses- which can only be pulled in by a maximum of ~ 1 bar pressure differential (without boost, add your boost on top of that)... The piston shoves the exhaust gas out, as well as residual combustion pressure if you have enough cam duration.

      That's why exhaust valves are always smaller then intakes.

      Point number two: 1.8t's have 3 intake valves, and two exhaust. Which is kindof a catch 22 anyways since they are much smaller and don't really have all that much more curtain area- and they open slow as hell due to the small lifter bucket- but we won't get into that.
      learned

      then sorry if i confused anyone. (i was told by a "knowledgeable meachnic that the 18t had 3 exhaust valves... )

      anyways, keep this going! i want this done to my I5 (i seem to be the only one excited about this... :S)
      is sad how few serious people we have as 2.5 owners.

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      Shipped out 2 cylinder heads this morning !

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      12-21-2010 05:32 PM #32
      how much more to have one of these outfitted with S3 cams or possibly some cat cams?

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      Shoot me a PM

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      So who needs some zylinder heads ?

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      So who needs some zylinder heads ?

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