I'm sure this pump location will be controversial. I'll get more photos when I'm back home.
6an from filter/stock return to surge tank.
10an to pump
6an pump to rail
6an rail to regulator and back into surge tank
Still need to setup a hobb's switch for the high pressure setting of the fuel pump. I'm up state NY for the weekend but this thing is a few little things and a bunch of nights of tuning away from H2o. All major work done. I'm really excited--
This mounting location should be controversial, and as a friend I don't approve of it! It almost feels like you're trying to pull a reverse Ford Pinto reenactment, or go back to your former Village Idiot days. With your know-how, I'm sure you can find of a better location for it, especially when it's something you're designing from scratch and don't have any rule restriction dictating the pump location.
Pump and lines need to be within the crash protection zone but outside passenger compartment unless a fire system is installed in the car.
Doug, did you try running it up over the cowl or relocating the batter so you have room on the passenger side for the surge tank?
Whoa, I have to strongly agree with Max here - that looks like a picture from the bagged and stanced crowd!
All this outstanding effort is getting pretty fruitful i wish i'm States side and be at h2o
May i request finding a better location for that fuel pump and moving it away from ur front crash bar ...!
We care for ur safety and i'm sure you'll say the same for us .
Wishing you good luck .
So how far would my 2002 TT Quattro 225 AMU be from qetting the amount of hp he has using the same setup without the AEB heads? I really want some but doubt I will be able to afford one. How much do they run?
'02 Audi TT Quattro AMU 225 motor Miltek Cat-back, Nuespeed Intake, Forge TIP, Forge DV/BOV Splitter, MSR Wheels
One thing to remember is these heads all are from 1998/1999. If they don't have high milage on them they have time working against them. You'll need a machine shop to disassemble the head and replace worn parts. Seats will need to be replaced or cut and valve guides will need to be replaced too. Once in there it would be stupid not to do a valve train upgrade. The whole process can cost you a couple grand in parts and labor.
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Sex should be like a Civic; slow, obscene, and loud enough for the neighbors to hear.
The worst is adding it all up. Adding in current value of a stock car and then thinking about the 911 turbo you could have owned that would probably out preform the TT in every way and be more reliable too.[/QUOTE]
Yeah I have spent over $20,000 blew it up still don't really know why and dropped another $1,800 a couple
Days ago on parts it def a very expensive hobby . The only bad thing about the 911 is after u go from a 500hp car
Nothing ever the same
Just want to avoid one with the ceramic brakes and that has had the coolant system fix already done.
Front rotors & pads are 15k+ for Ceramics. The coolant system runs about 7-10k.
Yo what's up any updates its been a while ???