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

    1. Member thygreyt's Avatar
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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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      2010 cw golf 2.5l(mine) 2002 audi a4 3.0(wifes)
      03-05-2012 03:25 PM #53
      finnally i can get on this list

      2010 golf
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      c2 sri (should be here within two weeks)
      software- waiting for c2s 09+ tune to be released
      magnaflow catback - Unitronic Stage 1+ -FK Coilovers - Neuspeed P-Flo Intake- NLS Short Shifter-c2 sri(pending install and tune)

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      03-05-2012 03:47 PM #54
      2006 jetta 5spd
      C2 SRI
      C2 93 SRI tune
      Hopefully will have a track time come April/May, should have dyno by April

      2.5" Header back exhaust w/ cat delete and P-flow

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      03-05-2012 07:49 PM #55
      supposed to be getting mine installed ffriday and most likely dynoed same day
      07 cw bunny: Carbonio intake, c2 87 chip, tt exhaust, bsh 27mm rsb, silverline x, dog bone

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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

      2010 golf
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      c2 sri (should be here within two weeks)
      software- waiting for c2s 09+ tune to be released
      Fufu-

      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.

      Peace.

      -OP

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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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      09-09-2012 11:02 PM #59
      2008 rabbit 5spd
      c2 SRI
      C2 tune
      1/4: No clue
      C2 SRI File| APR carbonio intake| C2 SRI| Evolution tuning header| UM test pipe| EJ cat-back| BFI Motor mount insert| ECS underdrive pully| FK power techs| APR rear sway| SAI Delete|Aluminum LCA

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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.
      '09 Jetta S: UM 2.5L n/a tune w/ UM SRI

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