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    Thread: Who has a short runner intake manifold (SRI)?

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      01-12-2012 11:38 PM #36
      Looks so good!

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      01-13-2012 12:30 AM #37
      Im curious to see 1/4 mile times. Do you think it will break into 14's. I think so.
      5 cylinder FTW

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      01-13-2012 01:45 AM #38
      Atomic was your car at H2O next to the UM booth? ko3 turbo?? Im curious to what kind of power output you've got. Also, what kind of driveline you are running (stock, lsd, o2j, axles, etc...)

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      01-13-2012 10:18 AM #39
      Quote Originally Posted by 2pt5_20v_pwr View Post
      Atomic was your car at H2O next to the UM booth? ko3 turbo?? Im curious to what kind of power output you've got. Also, what kind of driveline you are running (stock, lsd, o2j, axles, etc...)
      I was not at H20 event. I am running a Precision 5857 T3/T4 flange turbo. I have yet to run the dyno after all the tweaks have been completed; however, Gabe at BW believes I might be pushing 380hp. All the drive line components are stock. We were fairly confident that that stock clutch, flywheel and driveline were very capable of the upgraded performance as long as very aggressive driving habits were a daily thing. (i.e. dropping the clutch, etc.) I have been VERY impressed with the performance and was blown away by the amount of gain!

      - Pete

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      01-13-2012 10:27 AM #40
      Quote Originally Posted by Atömic View Post
      I was not at H20 event. I am running a Precision 5857 T3/T4 flange turbo. I have yet to run the dyno after all the tweaks have been completed; however, Gabe at BW believes I might be pushing 380hp. All the drive line components are stock. We were fairly confident that that stock clutch, flywheel and driveline were very capable of the upgraded performance as long as very aggressive driving habits were a daily thing. (i.e. dropping the clutch, etc.) I have been VERY impressed with the performance and was blown away by the amount of gain!

      - Pete
      That is awesome to hear! How much psi do you normally run on? I'm assuming its a stock bottom end?

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      01-13-2012 10:30 AM #41
      Quote Originally Posted by jaja123 View Post
      Im curious to see 1/4 mile times. Do you think it will break into 14's. I think so.
      It'll definitely break into the 14's. My car did 14.64 and it looks like he is making more power than me.

      Quote Originally Posted by Atömic View Post
      I was not at H20 event. I am running a Precision 5857 T3/T4 flange turbo. I have yet to run the dyno after all the tweaks have been completed; however, Gabe at BW believes I might be pushing 380hp. All the drive line components are stock. We were fairly confident that that stock clutch, flywheel and driveline were very capable of the upgraded performance as long as very aggressive driving habits were a daily thing. (i.e. dropping the clutch, etc.) I have been VERY impressed with the performance and was blown away by the amount of gain!

      - Pete
      Pete, how much boost are you pushing? It looks like you're running a modified C2 turbo kit by running the charge pipes along the pullys. I like that setup.

      EDIT i just saw question about boost was asked in the above post
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      01-13-2012 11:18 AM #42
      Quote Originally Posted by 2pt5_20v_pwr View Post
      That is awesome to hear! How much psi do you normally run on? I'm assuming its a stock bottom end?
      Under stock compression I am currently at 8psi. We were thinking it could be pushed to as much as 12psi; however, I want to keep the wheels from breaking out during acceleration. So, without further testing, I am currently happy with the 8psi. I also have to remember this is my daily!

      Quote Originally Posted by pennsydubbin View Post
      It looks like you're running a modified C2 turbo kit by running the charge pipes along the pullys. I like that setup.
      There is NOT a single C2 part in my system. This was completely build and designed by UM and BW Performance... Hence why I give them a HUGE thanks!

      - Pete

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      01-13-2012 11:24 AM #43
      Quote Originally Posted by Atömic View Post

      There is NOT a single C2 part in my system. This was completely build and designed by UM and BW Performance... Hence why I give them a HUGE thanks!

      - Pete
      kinda true and kinda not. BUT i may be wrong here...
      not trying to start anything, but looks like howie at HEP made the the kit. which is the same as the C2 kit WAS, now the full kit has been redone and changed up a lot compare to the 1st C2 kits. this look like its just the same as C2's original setup with a fmic added, hence the over the turbo pipe added, another howie sig move.

      nothing wrong with that, just pointing it out
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      01-13-2012 11:40 AM #44
      Quote Originally Posted by nothing-leaves-stock View Post
      kinda true and kinda not.
      not trying to start anything, but howie at HEP made the the kit. which is the same as the C2 kit WAS.
      Really? Yes, I will give credit where is it due... C2 did design the system, as a whole, back in the day. No hurt feelings there!

      Just stating that no part in THIS system was designed or built by C2. For example, the pipework was fabricated and measured to my car. Routing of the pipework was reworked and made to fit and work with stock components.

      Abridged version: C2 had the original design, we reworked it.

      - Pete

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      01-13-2012 11:43 AM #45
      again, wasn't trying to start trouble. just was posting a fact about um/hep. but the deisgn change was with the fmic built for you by howie. howie has some very imprssive skills and does great work. i have, long ago in the past, used him as well for a personal project. very skilled fabricator.
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      01-13-2012 11:48 AM #46
      Quote Originally Posted by nothing-leaves-stock View Post
      howie has some very imprssive skills and does great work. i have, long ago in the past, used him as well for a personal project. very skilled fabricator.
      I will definitely agree... Completely seamless; impressive!

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      02-24-2012 10:16 PM #48
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      03-05-2012 11:21 AM #49
      Having HEP SRI, UM ECU tune & post-install dyno performed next week. Will post results soon after.

      Even w/ existing mods (CAI, Cat, etc.), am told by installer that pre-install dyno would likely be
      ~ 160 wHP (stock ~ 150 wHP). So will use 160 wHP as baseline (wTQ is prob ~ 170).

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      03-05-2012 11:43 AM #50
      Quote Originally Posted by OldPhart View Post
      Having HEP SRI, UM ECU tune & post-install dyno performed next week. Will post results soon after.

      Even w/ existing mods (CAI, Cat, etc.), am told by installer that pre-install dyno would likely be
      ~ 160 wHP (stock ~ 150 wHP). So will use 160 wHP as baseline (wTQ is prob ~ 170).
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      03-05-2012 12:45 PM #51
      my dyno too, will come this week

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      03-05-2012 02:46 PM #52
      Quote Originally Posted by OldPhart View Post
      Having HEP SRI, UM ECU tune & post-install dyno performed next week. Will post results soon after.

      Even w/ existing mods (CAI, Cat, etc.), am told by installer that pre-install dyno would likely be
      ~ 160 wHP (stock ~ 150 wHP). So will use 160 wHP as baseline (wTQ is prob ~ 170).
      yes, I got 163whp with intake, exhaust
      5 cylinder FTW

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      03-05-2012 03:25 PM #53
      finnally i can get on this list

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      03-05-2012 03:47 PM #54
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      03-05-2012 07:49 PM #55
      supposed to be getting mine installed ffriday and most likely dynoed same day
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      03-07-2012 08:05 AM #56
      Quote Originally Posted by bunnyfufu View Post
      finnally i can get on this list

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      I actually met w/ C2's Chris Collier for 1/2 day in KY last week. We discussed me buying his wide-body bunny AND the current absence of the ECU tune for 2010 Golf 2.5.

      SRI: Regarding the tune release, we considered having me @ his shop for a few days to 'custom' tune since no production-ready tune exists. So I would caution you about expectation as to when their 2010+ tune will be available (this is largely why I went w/ HEP/UM). Further, my impression is that without a tune, an SRI will deliver some gains BUT it may also degrade some mid-range torque.

      Wide-Body: I test drove the wide-body putting out >300 wHP and can testify that it literally is >way too much for this old man. Even with a Big Brake Kit (BBK), super-wide tires... it's just so powerful it felt like it would take off the ground. Past the SRI, the most I am considering is a C2 Stage 1 Turbo Kit looking for maybe 225 HP / 240 TQ.

      Downside: Lastly, I am considering the negative effects that increased power may have on drivetrain, clutch, valves, etc. So am both eager and cautious on these power upgrades: SRI, Turbo, etc. This means I will discuss possible upgrades to areas that may be adversely affected by > power.

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      03-21-2012 11:52 AM #57
      has anyone ran the c2 sri with race file, then had the sri tune installed? if so was there a noticeable difference?

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      03-21-2012 05:14 PM #58
      Quote Originally Posted by toddzilla View Post
      has anyone ran the c2 sri with race file, then had the sri tune installed? if so was there a noticeable difference?
      Yes it makes a differance. Cant wait to get my sri tune fixed to get ride of my cel and my car should drive even better after that.
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      09-12-2012 09:37 AM #60
      car yr/mk: 2009 Jetta 5-speed
      SRI make: HEP SRI
      tune: UM SRI tune
      track time 1/4: 15.7s

      I suck at drag though. And i couldn't keep my wheels from spinning due to stretched tires and crappy track conditions. There was a stock 1.8t jetta that was beating me. But I know I'm faster than him, I just couldn't get the jump that he got. My final mph was faster.
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