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      05-25-2011 09:21 PM #1

      *** 1.8T to 2.0T Coil Pack Adapter Plates ***

      You asked,we listened!
      Just wanted to say thank you to the community for giving us the opportunity to take these from design to production and in the process being able to help out where we could.

      For those who are wondering what we are talking about, here is the original thread.

      We are going to be making 2 versions.
      V1.1 is for use with Coil Pack hold down units and V1.2 is for use similar to how OEM is set up so please specify which you want when ordering.
      We only took a sample photo of the raw machined units. All pieces will be cleared anodized unless specified (we can offer blue and black anodized as well).



      PACKAGE INCLUDES:
      • (4) Coil Pack adapters machined from high quality Canadian T6061 Aluminum
      • (8) M6 x 20mm SS socket cap screws



      VWVORTEX PRICE : $89 USD SHIPPED

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      FAQ:
      1. Why would I convert my 1.8T to use 2.0T coils?

        Allthough when we dissected the 2.0T Coil , internally it was the same as a 1.8T unit. I am waiting on getting a 2.8 24V Coil Pack so I can throw up a comparison shot but in the mean time running the 2.0T Coils allow you to run a hotter spark.
        We have a few local customers that we did the conversion for and they are extremely happy with the results.
      2. What is the largest gap I can run with these coil packs?

        0.04" is what we used. If others have used larger please chime in and post up the data.
      3. Why is the adapter plate needed??

        The OEM 2.0T Coils are approx 14mm taller than the 1.8T units. In order to have a seal that allows some form of security with the valve cover, the coil pack requires an adapter plate.
      4. What are the PART #'s ?

        RED MKV FSI Coil Packs - 06E 905 115
        BLACK MKV FSI Coil Packs - 07K 905 715 F
        BLACK MKV TSI Coil Packs - 06F 905 115 F
        BLACK MKVI TSI Coil Packs - 06H 905 115


      If you have any questions please do not hesitate to send over an email or post in here. Thanks so much everyone. If you feel like contributing to the FAQ , post it in here and I will compile it and add it to the FAQ.
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      05-25-2011 09:22 PM #2
      List updated to reflect below:
      V1.1 LIST:
      1. (4) 05GTIMarine - V1.1 PAID
      2. (4) bigblue - V1.1 PAID
      3. (4) jalcom1 - V1.1 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      4. (4) TurboJOSH - V1.1 PAID
      5. (4) EHOLT - V1.1 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      6. (4) formerly silveratljetta - V1.1


      V1.1 Counter == 24/8

      V1.2 LIST: REGULAR
      1. (4) 613B6 - V1.2 PAID
      2. (4) Antoinebourdeau - V1.2 PAID
      3. (4) gmx - V1.2 - PAID
      4. (4) dknl - V1.2 - PAID
      5. (4) Gulfstream - V1.2 - PAID
      6. (4) EBG 18T - V1.2 - PAID
      7. (4) vhstejskal - V1.2 - PAID
      8. (4) cosbian - V1.2 - PAID
      9. (4) dan5171 - V1.2 - PAID
      10. (4) n7plus1 - V1.2 - PAID
      11. (4) heywier427 - V1.2 - PAID
      12. (4) Shayneduboulay - V1.2 - PAID
      13. (4) WRC - V1.2 - PAID
      14. (4) TooLFan46n2 - V1.2
      15. (4) RabbitGTDguy - V1.2
      16. (4) Audi Skate Snow - V1.2
      17. (4) SEATONE - V1.2
      18. (4) diagnosticator - V1.2
      19. (4) Duchenbagen - V1.2

      V1.2 LIST: BLACK ANODIZED
      1. (4) MmmBoost - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      2. (4) A4Maine-iac - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      3. (4) checkdalevel - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      4. (4) Wet0willy01 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      5. (4) kneel - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      6. (4) Robdon - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      7. (4) EErie B6 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      8. (4) vinny.dtw - V1.2 PAID
      9. (4) Jinxed - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      10. (4) mnkyA4 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      11. (4) CyberPMG - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      12. (4) nofearhawk - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      13. (4) walky_talky20 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      14. (4) walky_talky20 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      15. (4) L.C.R. - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      16. (4) mrbacardi35 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      17. (4) cerwin69 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      18. (4) AmIdYfReAk - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      19. (4) Jflow23 - V1.2 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      20. (4) audi_nightrider - V1.2
      21. (4) 4RingsUSP - V1.2


      V1.2 Counter == 160/84

      V1.3's will be an additiional $5.
      V1.3 : AWD / AEB / AYP / AGU / etc - Bolt down coils
      1. (4) Cryser - V1.3 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      2. (4) herb2k - V1.3 PAID
      3. (4) Velocity196 - V1.3 - BLACK ANODIZED PAID
      4. (4) Lasrsktr
      5. (4) BensBlackGTI
      6. (4) Caged_Bora_R1.8T
      7. (4)
      8. (4)
      9. (4)
      10. (4)
      11. (4)
      12. (4)
      13. (4)


      Counter == 24.
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      05-25-2011 09:36 PM #3
      Looks good Issam
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      looks like they grip well... mby I wont need the hold downs.... what say ye?
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      05-25-2011 09:55 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by Gulfstream View Post
      looks like they grip well... mby I wont need the hold downs.... what say ye?
      They fit pretty snug as is. I did not have any of the hold down's locally so all of the cars we did here were V1.2's
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      05-25-2011 09:57 PM #7
      ok, swap me over to the non hold down list. V1.2 for me.
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      05-25-2011 10:25 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by Gulfstream View Post
      ok, swap me over to the non hold down list. V1.2 for me.
      got it
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      Ask and you shall receive! Nice Issam very nice! I seriously didn't think you would make these so fast
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      05-25-2011 10:48 PM #10
      Updated the first post with more part #'s

      RED MKV FSI Coil Packs - 06E 905 115
      BLACK MKV FSI Coil Packs - 07K 905 715 F
      BLACK MKV TSI Coil Packs - 06F 905 115 F
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      excited to get mine and put em on.

    12. 05-25-2011 11:26 PM #12
      So do these allow you to move up in the heat range for plugs, say back to a stock heat range on a chipped,every bolt on stock turbo application or just increase the gap of the recommended BKR7E from .028 - .040 or both? Running BKR6E with a gap of .040?

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      05-25-2011 11:29 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by Cryser View Post
      So do these allow you to move up in the heat range for plugs, say back to a stock heat range on a chipped,every bolt on stock turbo application or just increase the gap of the recommended BKR7E from .028 - .040 or both? Running BKR6E with a gap of .040?
      Have not tried the BKR6E's but did the 7E's
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    14. 05-25-2011 11:39 PM #14
      Interesting AWD valve cover would still use V1.2 correct? if so set me up with a set of black coils/Black anodized adapters please =)

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      05-26-2011 12:10 AM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by Cryser View Post
      So do these allow you to move up in the heat range for plugs, say back to a stock heat range on a chipped,every bolt on stock turbo application or just increase the gap of the recommended BKR7E from .028 - .040 or both? Running BKR6E with a gap of .040?
      No dude, your think all wrong. Less in heat range always on a turbo car. More gap tho
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    16. 05-26-2011 12:59 AM #16
      for those of us on the list already...
      do we just paypal: sales[at]inaengineering[dot]com for the order?

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      I absolutely hate Pay-Pall because they hate me, but I have to do business with them from time to time its just the nature of the economic beast that we deal with on an every day basis. I love your product, please help us understand more (1.8 community).What benefit does it offer the 1.8 owner? Is the new parts (2.0) more reliable and more dependable? -Or- is this a good look kind -of- thing? (doesn't sound like you Issam - your a performance man). Please help us understand?

    19. 05-26-2011 03:05 AM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by gtimitch View Post
      I absolutely hate Pay-Pall because they hate me, but I have to do business with them from time to time its just the nature of the economic beast that we deal with on an every day basis. I love your product, please help us understand more (1.8 community).What benefit does it offer the 1.8 owner? Is the new parts (2.0) more reliable and more dependable? -Or- is this a good look kind -of- thing? (doesn't sound like you Issam - your a performance man). Please help us understand?
      3rd sentence links to the thread that discusses the performance benefits but in a nutshell running these allow you to run a wide spark plug gap around the .04 instead of the commonly accepted .028

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      Are you able to supply the coilpacks so we can just get everything in one purchase? If so, toss up some pricing
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      could these work with the AGN valve cover?

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      How well do these cover the square ignition coil holes on the AWD valve covers?

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      05-26-2011 03:37 PM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by MKIII_96 View Post
      could these work with the AGN valve cover?
      No, however, I have tried that combination, and the first row of ribs on the coil will just barely shove into the AGN cover... Kind of a push & twist... Once it's in there it's secure.

      Hope Issam doesn't mind me answering on his thread but I saw it and had already tried it.
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      05-26-2011 05:01 PM #25
      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      No, however, I have tried that combination, and the first row of ribs on the coil will just barely shove into the AGN cover... Kind of a push & twist... Once it's in there it's secure.

      Hope Issam doesn't mind me answering on his thread but I saw it and had already tried it.
      Not at all Pete. Once it helps out customers then thats all I care about.
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      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      Once it's in there it's secure.
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      05-26-2011 05:25 PM #27
      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      No, however, I have tried that combination, and the first row of ribs on the coil will just barely shove into the AGN cover... Kind of a push & twist... Once it's in there it's secure.

      Hope Issam doesn't mind me answering on his thread but I saw it and had already tried it.
      so what youre saying is i could buy the 2.0t coils and just shove them in my AGN cover and they wont come loose?
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      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      the first row of ribs will just barely shove into...push & twist... Once it's in there it's secure.
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    30. 05-27-2011 01:32 AM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by herb2k View Post
      How well do these cover the square ignition coil holes on the AWD valve covers?
      if no one answers I'll let ya know when i get my set =)

      Sent my payment in for a set of v1.2 black anodized last night =)

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      05-27-2011 11:19 AM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by herb2k View Post
      How well do these cover the square ignition coil holes on the AWD valve covers?
      Not fully. If you want an AWD specific one I can do it but I would need minimum 13 people (52 pieces). Its just a simply modification to the drawing.
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      05-27-2011 11:20 AM #32
      Quote Originally Posted by Cryser View Post
      if no one answers I'll let ya know when i get my set =)

      Sent my payment in for a set of v1.2 black anodized last night =)
      Do you have an AWD valve cover right now?
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    33. 05-27-2011 04:33 PM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
      Do you have an AWD valve cover right now?
      yup have a 2000 1.8t jetta whole engine is awd =)

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      05-27-2011 05:17 PM #34
      Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
      Not fully. If you want an AWD specific one I can do it but I would need minimum 13 people (52 pieces). Its just a simply modification to the drawing.
      I'd be interested in AWD specific ones if there's enough interest.

    35. 05-27-2011 05:43 PM #35
      Will these current one fit on an AWD valve cover?

      If we can't get the 13 people would it be possible to get some sort of adapter made instead of changing the whole design?

      Either way My order is sent in and paid for so I'll make them work somehow

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