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      09-28-2012 09:48 AM #491
      Quote Originally Posted by 20v master View Post
      Probably about 42-4300 rpms.
      That's not to bad I just want to hit 500whp will see what happens.I might just do a billet wheel
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      09-28-2012 09:51 AM #492
      Quote Originally Posted by DougLoBue View Post
      GT 35 is going to have a lot more lag IIRC. I'd stick with what ya got personally.

      Are you going 2.0 Rick?
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    3. 09-28-2012 09:54 AM #493
      Rick, I agree with Adam! Don't waste money on parts that are not needed or are so expensive for limited returns. Just focus on getting the car running first.

      You were blowing sparks because the gap you were running was too large for the cylinder pressure (mostly a factor of boost). This would have happened on most coils (the ls1 coils are a lot stronger but not necessarily needed). If anything, you can contact Toby Lawrence (Tobs@postrelease) for an almost plug and play option of the Ls1 setup of a fraction of the cost (he makes pigtails and harness connectors that makes that option pretty darn easy).

      I'd also stay on the turbo that you already have, the increased displacement will make it a much more rounded setup. Terminal HP on paper is nice for bragging rights but a wide and solid powerband takes the crown any day.

      If I were you, the only area I spend on (and it is very budget minded) is a direct port water injection setup. Scott at USRT has everything needed as a kit. This will ensure that you have up to par knock suppression and most importantly proper distribution. Throttle body or pre-TB injection always lack even cylinder distribution (first runners getting less juice than the rest). If you call Scott at USRT, tell him I sent you and he'll take care of you.

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      09-28-2012 09:56 AM #494
      I was hoping you'd chime in and agree.

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      09-28-2012 10:03 AM #495
      Quote Originally Posted by Marcus_Aurelius View Post
      Rick, I agree with Adam! Don't waste money on parts that are not needed or are so expensive for limited returns. Just focus on getting the car running first.

      You were blowing sparks because the gap you were running was too large for the cylinder pressure (mostly a factor of boost). This would have happened on most coils (the ls1 coils are a lot stronger but not necessarily needed). If anything, you can contact Toby Lawrence (Tobs@postrelease) for an almost plug and play option of the Ls1 setup of a fraction of the cost (he makes pigtails and harness connectors that makes that option pretty darn easy).

      I'd also stay on the turbo that you already have, the increased displacement will make it a much more rounded setup. Terminal HP on paper is nice for bragging rights but a wide and solid powerband takes the crown any day.

      If I were you, the only area I spend on (and it is very budget minded) is a direct port water injection setup. Scott at USRT has everything needed as a kit. This will ensure that you have up to par knock suppression and most importantly proper distribution. Throttle body or pre-TB injection always lack even cylinder distribution (first runners getting less juice than the rest). If you call Scott at USRT, tell him I sent you and he'll take care of you.
      I give them a call today thanks for the heads up I'm just trying to cover everything that had a issue
      And upgrade what I can and maybe get some more HP in the process lol!!
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      09-28-2012 10:06 AM #496
      Quote Originally Posted by 01ttgt28 View Post
      I'm just trying to cover everything that had a issue
      And upgrade what I can and maybe get some more HP in the process lol!!
      This is what we mean. This is the fast approach to wasting money. Do you even know why it blew up the first time? I'd hope you've addressed that before looking for more power.

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      09-28-2012 10:32 AM #497
      Quote Originally Posted by 20v master View Post
      This is what we mean. This is the fast approach to wasting money. Do you even know why it blew up the first time? I'd hope you've addressed that before looking for more power.
      Theirs a couple theorys. I have been talking with ie. And 034 and alex
      If the meth ran out that would be a problem. But it didnt theirs still fluid in
      The tank and my low level light didnt come on so maybe the pump i font know ie whants me to send
      The dyno with air fuel. They did say my timming of 13 degres was. High for
      Pump gas and meth they also said with my head and what's done to it
      I should have no problems rev to 8, 000 rpm this is what ie told me
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      09-28-2012 10:41 AM #498
      Quote Originally Posted by 01ttgt28 View Post
      Theirs a couple theorys. I have been talking with ie. And 034 and alex
      If the meth ran out that would be a problem. But it didnt theirs still fluid in
      The tank and my low level light didnt come on so maybe the pump i font know ie whants me to send
      The dyno with air fuel. They did say my timming of 13 degres was. High for
      Pump gas and meth they also said with my head and what's done to it
      I should have no problems rev to 8, 000 rpm this is what ie told me
      Also fueling might be a issue i need to find out duty cycle at that power level
      I asked ie about a surge tank they didnt think it was needed and to me a extra 1, 000 or 2, 000
      Dollars is just piece of mind so my next step is taking maxs advice and calling
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    9. 09-28-2012 10:56 AM #499
      Quote Originally Posted by 20v master View Post
      This is what we mean. This is the fast approach to wasting money. Do you even know why it blew up the first time? I'd hope you've addressed that before looking for more power.
      As a guess, I would say it's a result of one of the following things or perhaps a combination of them:

      -Very inadequate crankcase ventilation that pressurized the crank to dangerous levels
      -Reving this motor too high
      -Weak water injection system that may have struggled high in the rpm (Fabian and I only ran the motor to 6500 rpm on the dyno)

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      09-28-2012 01:56 PM #500
      Quote Originally Posted by Marcus_Aurelius View Post
      As a guess, I would say it's a result of one of the following things or perhaps a combination of them:

      -Very inadequate crankcase ventilation that pressurized the crank to dangerous levels
      -Reving this motor too high
      -Weak water injection system that may have struggled high in the rpm (Fabian and I only ran the motor to 6500 rpm on the dyno)
      im leaning more to the weak water injection thats why i got the fail safe but i have been talking with ie and 034 you know they say it could be this or that will see def have to fix the crank
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      10-02-2012 08:05 PM #501
      One new part today momo



      Should be more stuff tommarow
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      10-03-2012 12:19 AM #502
      Quote Originally Posted by 01ttgt28 View Post
      One new part today mono



      Should be more stuff tommarow
      and your still married LOLOLOL

      where do you find women like that......

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      10-03-2012 07:27 PM #503
      My first motor was a 1.9L - stock crank with 83mm CP pistons. Sorry to say the lag reduction you have will be minimal. The increase in power and reduction in lag we get is from the longer throw of the 2.0L crank. At least that's my understanding.
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      10-03-2012 08:36 PM #504
      Quote Originally Posted by DougLoBue View Post
      My first motor was a 1.9L - stock crank with 83mm CP pistons. Sorry to say the lag reduction you have will be minimal. The increase in power and reduction in lag we get is from the longer throw of the 2.0L crank. At least that's my understanding.
      With the 1.9 and the fully built aeb head its got to be better not that it was bad
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      10-03-2012 08:40 PM #505
      Quote Originally Posted by WhanAB View Post
      and your still married LOLOLOL

      where do you find women like that......
      Its easy buy them a big house a nice car and let them stay home and go shopping when they want
      Happy wife is a happy life
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      10-04-2012 11:07 AM #506
      Quote Originally Posted by DougLoBue View Post
      My first motor was a 1.9L - stock crank with 83mm CP pistons. Sorry to say the lag reduction you have will be minimal. The increase in power and reduction in lag we get is from the longer throw of the 2.0L crank. At least that's my understanding.
      Yes, there's a torque advantage of the longer crank throw on the piston. The bore helps, but not nearly as much as the stroke. Going from OEM 1.8 to 2008cc was SOOO nice on driveability. 11% doesn't seem like much, but it made a noticeable difference out of boost, whereas the bore increase along won't do that.

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      10-08-2012 06:37 PM #507
      New parts today coil packs some assembley required



      And spacer from 034 for the aeb head



      Spark plugs 034 recommended for their coil packs



      Part number on the box their Bosch


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      More parts are on the way just got delivery conformation from brett at whanab.com and more
      Parts from ie on the way
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    19. 10-08-2012 07:18 PM #509
      on those plugs!

      Do your homework Rick

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      10-08-2012 08:21 PM #510
      Quote Originally Posted by Marcus_Aurelius View Post
      on those plugs!

      Do your homework Rick
      Why u think their bad their only $5 each ?they said they use them on their big HP cars
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      10-08-2012 08:31 PM #511
      Quote Originally Posted by Marcus_Aurelius View Post
      on those plugs!

      Do your homework Rick
      What's up with usrt I was going to order the kit but told me the block that splits the lines is blue not that big of a deal.He told me their still in the making but what killed me was I whent to order the kit online and one
      Pic the lines and everything looker great and the other had red lines.so when I order it do u
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    22. 10-08-2012 09:29 PM #512
      Quote Originally Posted by 01ttgt28 View Post
      Why u think their bad their only $5 each ?they said they use them on their big HP cars
      You're going to have a fun time gapping those accurately on a consistent basis. Search and you'll come up with many returns of cars running horribly as a result of these plugs.

      Quote Originally Posted by 01ttgt28 View Post
      What's up with usrt I was going to order the kit but told me the block that splits the lines is blue not that big of a deal.He told me their still in the making but what killed me was I whent to order the kit online and one
      Pic the lines and everything looker great and the other had red lines.so when I order it do u
      Know what it looks like ???
      The picture with the red synflex lines is from John's car. Everything is going to be black except for the distribution block that is blue for now (until the kit is finalized with matching distribution block). If it matters, you can send the distribution block to me and I'll powder coat it for you free of charge.

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      10-08-2012 09:46 PM #513
      Quote Originally Posted by Marcus_Aurelius View Post
      You're going to have a fun time gapping those accurately on a consistent basis. Search and you'll come up with many returns of cars running horribly as a result of these plugs.

      Dame that sucks i. Always order crap oh well



      The picture with the red synflex lines is from John's car. Everything is going to be black except for the distribution block that is blue for now (until the kit is finalized with matching distribution block). If it matters, you can send the distribution block to me and I'll powder coat it for you free of charge.
      The block was no big deal i just didnt whant blue block and red lines
      So i will order it tommarow thanks
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    24. 10-08-2012 09:49 PM #514
      Quote Originally Posted by 01ttgt28 View Post
      The block was no big deal i just didnt whant blue block and red lines
      So i will order it tommarow thanks
      Cool, tell Scott I said hello!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Marcus_Aurelius View Post
      Cool, tell Scott I said hello!
      He whants me to order it of the website not over the phone
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      Haha, I sold that to him a long time ago.
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      Nice got it for $65 shipped why did u get rid of it to much vibration???
      I had no problem cutting 1.7-1.8 60' times on slicks in my FWD BT GTI with dogbone inserts and both VF side mounts, so didn't really see a need for it. While it's certainly makes things feel "crisp" in terms of throttle response and shifting, get ready for floor board foot massage.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 20v master View Post
      I had no problem cutting 1.7-1.8 60' times on slicks in my FWD BT GTI with dogbone inserts and both VF side mounts, so didn't really see a need for it. While it's certainly makes things feel "crisp" in terms of throttle response and shifting, get ready for floor board foot massage.
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      I hate waiting for parts they take so long or maybe I'm just inpatient
      Everyone does! A buddy was looking at my car the other day, asking how much I've spent (clearly trying to make me depressed), and I figured that I must have spent $1000 in just shipping stuff for it alone, half of that being because I paid for overnight
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      Thank god I got some parts in

      Gates belt,head gasket over bore,coated main bearings




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      10-16-2012 02:13 AM #525
      Good stuff I got exactly the same parts


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