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      11-13-2011 12:11 AM #176
      So I read through some of the threads, and I was wondering:
      - Stage 1 - What it do better for me and what do I connect to the two hose connectors if I don't have the oil cooler from stage 2?

      Sorry, new to all this and trying to understand the concept a little better....

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      Quote Originally Posted by alwaysdutch View Post
      So I read through some of the threads, and I was wondering:
      - Stage 1 - What it do better for me and what do I connect to the two hose connectors if I don't have the oil cooler from stage 2?

      Sorry, new to all this and trying to understand the concept a little better....

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      You will need an oil cooler. Stage 1 is for those who want to use an ebay core or similar....
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      11-16-2011 01:30 PM #180
      Quote Originally Posted by alwaysdutch View Post
      So I read through some of the threads, and I was wondering:
      - Stage 1 - What it do better for me and what do I connect to the two hose connectors if I don't have the oil cooler from stage 2?

      Sorry, new to all this and trying to understand the concept a little better....

      Michael
      Yes you need your own ROW cooler, Id prefer Mishimoto's cooler, probably the best one Ive seen. I have a Derale cooler and tstat. Im waiting to purchase the plate, untill a few handmade parts Im waiting for are done.
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      11-16-2011 02:20 PM #181
      Quote Originally Posted by kevin FaKiN spLits View Post
      Yes you need your own ROW cooler, Id prefer Mishimoto's cooler, probably the best one Ive seen. I have a Derale cooler and tstat. Im waiting to purchase the plate, untill a few handmade parts Im waiting for are done.
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      11-16-2011 02:52 PM #182
      Ive got a question about the NLS install on the stage 2 cooler. Reading through it, I dont see anywhere that the inline thermostat was installed so I wanted to see how that worked. Is the oil always being cooled as there is no thermostat in that situation to stop the flow of oil under certain temperatures?

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      11-16-2011 03:11 PM #183
      Quote Originally Posted by MattWayMK5 View Post
      Ive got a question about the NLS install on the stage 2 cooler. Reading through it, I dont see anywhere that the inline thermostat was installed so I wanted to see how that worked. Is the oil always being cooled as there is no thermostat in that situation to stop the flow of oil under certain temperatures?
      An inline thermostat was installed.

      We are working on a remote oil filter w/ built in thermostat now as there is no unit available on the market currently
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      11-24-2011 02:28 PM #184
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      12-14-2011 12:07 AM #185
      You've got me thinking about stg 2... now will the cooler tuck behind the condenser?... also the C2 stg 2 kit will be arriving shortly any interference problems with it?
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      we put the cooler in front of the rad.
      no, the turbo kit and cooler kit will work perfect together. no issues
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      Quote Originally Posted by nothing-leaves-stock View Post
      we put the cooler in front of the rad.
      no, the turbo kit and cooler kit will work perfect together. no issues
      Thank you for the info!
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      12-14-2011 02:05 PM #188
      Quote Originally Posted by Anile_eight View Post
      You've got me thinking about stg 2... now will the cooler tuck behind the condenser?... also the C2 stg 2 kit will be arriving shortly any interference problems with it?
      None that we forsee
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      12-15-2011 12:50 PM #189
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      None that we forsee
      Good to know. I don't know what i'll get it but I do certainly want it!
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      12-21-2011 07:29 PM #190
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      02-08-2012 09:13 PM #191
      doing a 2.5 swap and looking for some parts but cant seem to find if they are actually available.

      Any word of availability of a billet valvecover? new/used/etc

      Any pictures of the stage 3 w/ remote oil filter setup?

      and do you or anyone have a different crank pulley?

      sorry as i know this isnt exactly the ideal place for this but i cant find anything in the classifieds, its all fsi parts
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      02-08-2012 09:28 PM #192
      Quote Originally Posted by jettaglx91 View Post
      doing a 2.5 swap and looking for some parts but cant seem to find if they are actually available.

      Any word of availability of a billet valvecover? new/used/etc

      Any pictures of the stage 3 w/ remote oil filter setup?

      and do you or anyone have a different crank pulley?

      sorry as i know this isnt exactly the ideal place for this but i cant find anything in the classifieds, its all fsi parts
      Just create a thread in the 2.5l forum. You'll get more responses.

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      02-08-2012 09:35 PM #193
      Quote Originally Posted by jettaglx91 View Post
      doing a 2.5 swap and looking for some parts but cant seem to find if they are actually available.

      Any word of availability of a billet valvecover? new/used/etc

      Any pictures of the stage 3 w/ remote oil filter setup?

      and do you or anyone have a different crank pulley?

      sorry as i know this isnt exactly the ideal place for this but i cant find anything in the classifieds, its all fsi parts
      1. Billet Valve cover is still in development - so new
      2. we can email them to you. Got an email?
      3. OEM is fine for this
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      02-08-2012 10:00 PM #194
      Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
      1. Billet Valve cover is still in development - so new
      2. we can email them to you. Got an email?
      3. OEM is fine for this
      1. any eta?

      2. yes please jettaglx91@aol.com

      3. im not a fan of ever getting rid of the factory pulley/balancer but im looking for the added clearance versus the crazy stock snout style
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      02-09-2012 01:40 AM #195
      Quote Originally Posted by jettaglx91 View Post
      1. any eta?

      2. yes please jettaglx91@aol.com

      3. im not a fan of ever getting rid of the factory pulley/balancer but im looking for the added clearance versus the crazy stock snout style
      1. none at this time. Focusing more on the TTRS products for now.
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      3. What exactly are you swaping into? Maybe take this to email
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      04-24-2012 12:24 PM #196
      whats the difference between stage 2 and 3?

      why is a thermostat needed??

      thanks.

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      04-24-2012 03:56 PM #197
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      whats the difference between stage 2 and 3?

      why is a thermostat needed??

      thanks.
      Thermostat is added for further quality control, and stage 3 uses a remote oil filter bracket.
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      08-01-2012 04:47 PM #199
      where is the t-stat ;located?

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      08-01-2012 05:51 PM #200
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      where is the t-stat ;located?
      For which kit Fred?
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      08-01-2012 06:17 PM #201
      stage 2 on the oil cooler.

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      08-01-2012 07:20 PM #202
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      stage 2 on the oil cooler.
      Don't need a thermostat. Just plate lines and cooler plus half a quart more oil. Bw recorded 4 minute warm up difference between open loop and 160* tstat iirc.

      But to answer your question I believe their thermostat is inline between the cooler and plate.
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      08-01-2012 09:07 PM #203
      Quote Originally Posted by kevin FaKiN spLits View Post
      Don't need a thermostat
      You will always need a thermostat. ALWAYS.
      The OEM heat exchanger is thermostatically controlled within the coolant loop. Removing that means you depend on your Oil Cooler Core to regulate your Oil Tempertaure. Too small of a core , and your oil will never cool. Too large of a core and your oil will never heat up properly. The inline thermostat is placed between the adapter plate & the oil cooler core.

      Large Core + inline thermostat = Solution.

      Anyone that states otherwise is spreading false information.
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      08-01-2012 09:26 PM #204
      Hm this qualifies for a legitimate new thread.

      Cuz your saying you need it. IE and BW are saying and selling a kit that does not include it.

      Positive and negatives.

      The thermostat is closed until it reaches the valves given temp setting then allowing oil to flow through the cooler. If you take that out of the equation other than warm up time what's the major difference? It's not like a inline thermostat is going to close if the cooler core fails...
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      08-01-2012 09:46 PM #205
      Quote Originally Posted by kevin FaKiN spLits View Post
      The thermostat is closed until it reaches the valves given temp setting then allowing oil to flow through the cooler. If you take that out of the equation other than warm up time what's the major difference? It's not like a inline thermostat is going to close if the cooler core fails...
      This is an INA thread to discuss INA related products. We will not engage in a discussion/debate comparing our products to other vendors. We simply supply the information to the customer and it is his/her choice to make a decision based on what is presented to them.

      If you take the thermostat out of the equation then there is nothing regulating oil temperature.You are essentially relying on your core to regulate your temperature which is a huge fail.
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      08-01-2012 10:09 PM #206
      Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
      You will always need a thermostat. ALWAYS.
      The OEM heat exchanger is thermostatically controlled within the coolant loop. Removing that means you depend on your Oil Cooler Core to regulate your Oil Tempertaure. Too small of a core , and your oil will never cool. Too large of a core and your oil will never heat up properly. The inline thermostat is placed between the adapter plate & the oil cooler core.

      Large Core + inline thermostat = Solution.

      Anyone that states otherwise is spreading false information.
      thanks!
      i'll buy my kit post turbo, which means spring 2013... i just wanted to know.

      As always i'll email you when i'm with money on hand!

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      This is an INA thread to discuss INA related products. We will not engage in a discussion/debate comparing our products to other vendors. We simply supply the information to the customer and it is his/her choice to make a decision based on what is presented to them.

      If you take the thermostat out of the equation then there is nothing regulating oil temperature.You are essentially relying on your core to regulate your temperature which is a huge fail.
      i agree. not having a t-stat can create a huge failure. Doing so mean no control over the temperature, which can cause BIG BIG issues.

      this is why i will buy this kit. it might be a little more expensive than other's but i dont care about that.

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      08-01-2012 10:11 PM #207
      Ok. Didn't mean to upset you. Luckily I can attain one very cheap.
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      Is this still happening?

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      11-01-2012 05:06 PM #209
      Quote Originally Posted by bobsuncle View Post
      Is this still happening?
      Yup
      working on a kit that moves all the pulleys into 1 plane. Only problem is a custom mount mount is required.
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      11-01-2012 05:10 PM #210
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      working on a kit that moves all the pulleys into 1 plane. Only problem is a custom mount mount is required.
      What blower are y'all using????

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