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    Thread: INTEGRATED ENGINEERING's 2.5L 20V I5 product and new release thread.

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      11-22-2011 08:29 PM #1
      This thread will serve as the IE 2.5L I5 product library that we continuously update with our new releases. This will make it easy for you guys to find what you are looking for and we wont be making new threads for every new product on this fast growing platform. Also, if anyone has any questions, comments, or suggestions please post them in here. We offer a huge inventory for VW/Audi and other makes including internals, valve train, fueling solutions, hardware, OEM parts, billet accessories, turbos, and much more. Not everything will make it into this thread, so if you dont see what you are looking for check www.intengineering.com or e-mail sales@intengineering.com



      Valve Train

      IE offers a huge selection of valve train parts for your 2.5L to help your 5 cylinder motor breath and rev harder.

      Ferrea Intake Valves

      Ferrea make's some of the finest quality valvetrain available and is trusted by the top racing teams around the world making them perfect for your 2.5L I5 project!
      Complete sets of 10 available in standard size Order here
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      Complete set of 10 available in +1MM oversized Order here

      Ferrea Super Alloy Exhaust Valves

      Ferrea's Super Alloy valves are made from an extremely heat resistant alloy, that is specifically designed for forced induction and nitrous applications.
      Complete sets of 10 available in standard size Order here
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      Complete sets of ten available in +1MM oversized Order here

      Integrated Engineering 2.5L 5CYL Spring/Retainer Kits

      Integrated Engineering spring kits for 2.5L 5CYL engines are performance tested kits featuring aircraft grade titanium in-house CNC'd retainers to exacting tolerances and surface finish requirements. Optimized to match your vehicle specifications and provide proper valve control under high revving applications, the springs are wound in the USA from the purest spring steel available in the world and nan-peened for incredible fatigue resistance. These are engineered for the wildest setups, and tested to perform with long life and reliability.
      Sold as a complete set of high performance valve springs and titanium retainersOrder here

      Ferrea Valve Spring and Retainer Kit

      Heavy duty valve springs will prevent valve float at higher rpm. Titanium retainers will help keep the weight down, while providing extra strength. Valve springs and retainers are a MUST for high revving engines!
      Sold as a complete set of high performance valve springs, and titanium retainers. Order here

      Integrated Engineering Valve Guides

      It is always a great idea to replace your valve guides when doing a cylinder head build. These valve guides are made in house on our CNC lathe, using a proprietary bronze alloy. This alloy allows for 10% faster heat transfer, as well as better wear characteristics to make for a longer life. We have designed these with an aerodynamic tip design to cut down on airflow restrictions in the port. These valve guides are made with ultra high concentricity for exact valve placement, with precisely sized outer diameters. Standard 2.5L 20V I5 Sized. Sold individually (20 required for MK5 2.5L 5 cylinder engines) Order here

      Integrated Engineering 1.8T Valve Seats

      Integrated Engineering valve seats are the performance option for replacing factory seats when doing your cylinder head build. In high revving performance head builds, factory seats are prone to excessive wear resulting in premature valve failures. To combat these issues our valve seats are made from a specialized alloy on our in house CNC lathe for dimensional accuracy. Using a proprietary bronze alloy results in faster heat dissipation where thermal conductivity is increased by 10% and extends valve life, seat erosion, and cylinder head component life. More info here

      Bottom End

      IE offers everything you need to build a strong short block. Everything for all motor or all out forced induction builds, we have what you need with much more coming!

      Integrated Engineering H-Beam Connecting Rods

      Integrated Engineering is proud to manufacture the highest quality connecting rods available for European applications, at a reasonable price. This is accomplished through careful design, manufacturing, and quality control processes. With hundreds and hundreds of sets of VW and Audi connecting rods in stock, we are your specialist supplier with the inventory and knowledge to make your project a success. Sold standard with ARP2000 bolts. Order here

      JE Pistons

      JE pistons are a great upgrade for someone looking to build a stout, reliable engine. They have 20mm wrist pins so they will require a set of rods with 20mm pins to match. They feature JE's 2618 alloy which is stronger then most other pistons made from 4032, and are specifically engineered for extreme applications. Custom pistons and coatings available to order.
      JE 83MM Bore 8.5:1 CR 92.8mm stroke Orde here
      JE 83MM Bore 11:1 CR 92.8mm stroke Order here

      SPA T3 Turbo Manifold

      This is a high quality SPA Turbo cast iron turbo manifold, these are cast in their own foundry, and thoroughly tested in real world driving conditions. It features a T3 flange, so it can be used with a T3 or T3/T4 turbo. It also has a 2-bolt wastegate flange, for use with 38MM wastegates. Order here

      Billet Accessories

      Integrated Engineerings billet accessories for your I5 engine are designed, machined, and tested in house. Designed with meticulous detail and machined from the highest quality materials you are ensured to have a exact fit and beautiful finish.

      SAI Blockoff Plate Kit

      These plates allow the removal of the entire secondary air injection/combi valve system, including the large injection pump on the front of the engine. This results in a much cleaner looking engine bay and less clutter. CNC machined 6061 aluminum alloy, and designed to accept an O ring seal, complete with our aerospace grade Viton O ring, and stainless steel bolts. Order here

      External Oil Cooler Adapter Plate Kit

      This kit will allow you to remove your factory oil cooler and replace it with a more efficient external oil cooler. These are a direct fit onto the OEM oil filter housing using the included stainless steel mounting bolts. These billet adapter plates are made in house from 6061 aluminum, and completed with a red anodized finish. The inlet/outlet holes on the plate are tapped for -8an o-ring boss fittings. Take care of your oil temps today with this quality piece! Order here

      Billet Fuel Rail

      These are made in house from a solid piece of 6061 aircraft aluminum, to provide a beautiful, high flowing piece. These rails have mount tabs that use factory screws to attach to your intake manifold. These feature -8an O-ring boss ports, which will be enough flow for even the most wild setups. There is no need to worry about injectors coming out either, as these rails retain the factory injector clips for added safety. The clips install at the same angle as the factory fuel rail, to maintain the factory injector angle. Available in IE red or aluminum raw finish Order here

      Billet Fuel Rail Install Kit

      These are assembled in house for a perfect fit and shipped as a complete install solution when using our billet fuel rail. This kit features everything needed to install, including stainless steel braided fuel line wrapped in nylon so it wont chew through any engine components, -08AN boss O-ring to -6 rail fitting, -08AN O-ring plug, two 90 degree -6AN fittings, and a -6AN adapter fitting . The fuel line comes pre-assembled for easy install, and features a easy press on fitting to install onto the stock fuel line so you don't have to cut or modify the factory fuel system in any way. Order here

      Billet Cam Locking Tool

      This tool holds the cams at TDC while you work on the engine, so there is no possibility for timing errors. Made in house on our CNC mill from 6061 aluminum and finished in IE Red anodize. Order here


      Boost Tap - Installing a boost gauge or just need a vacuum source? Our FSI/TSI boost taps will make this a breeze. They are offered in black or red anodize and included all necessary hardware. Also included is an OEM retaining clip that eliminates the "kickstand" feature of other designs. For more info CLICK HERE.


      Boost Cap - If you plan on removing the factory PCV system, you will need one these. One useful feature of the IE boost cap is that it doubles as a tap and provide you with a vacuum. The kit comes complete with "tap" or "cap" hardware. For more info CLICK HERE or see it installed in our MK5 valve cover install DIY.

      Hardware and misc

      We have a massive selection of bolts, washers, nuts, etc.. for both your 2.5L and universal applications. Not everything will make its way into here so check www.intengineering.com for a full list of parts.

      ARP head stud kit

      This is absolutely the highest quality head stud kit you can find. We are genuine ARP Distributors so buying from us guarantees you a valid warantee. This will ensure your head does not lift even under the most extreme boost conditions and is completely reusable, great for race engines. Order here

      Integrated Engineering EKagrip 6 Bolt Flywheel Friction Disk

      Originally designed for low horsepower, the 6 bolt flywheel interface struggles when subjected to serious power, this interface can become taxed and allow the flywheel to slip around under high torque. This leads to wear between the surfaces, and shortly thereafter complete failure of the bolts and joint. This ruins the flywheel and crankshaft, and can even damage the transmission bell housing. In order to fight this we had EKagrip make some of their patented nickel and diamond coated friction shims. These shims increase the friction between the two components by up to 3 times what is seen with regular steel on steel contact. This greatly increases the load which can be carried. The shims are .008" thick, and do not cause any alignment problems with the clutch / flywheel. Order here

      IE engineWear Enthusiast Apparel

      Integrated Engineering is proud to announce the release of our line of enthusiast apparel "engineWear". We will be adding many more T-shirts, hoodies, hats, keychains, etc.. in the future!

      Boost In Session 2.5L 20V I5 T-shirt

      Our very first engineWear high quality printed T-shirt has you 2.5L 5 cylinder owners in mind with a boosted 2.5L graphic under our "Spool is in session" catch phrase. This shirt is guaranteed to show off your love for the 2.5L platform and show off it's potential! Order here.

      2.5L I5 Keychain

      Show off your love for the 2.5L I5 with the engineWear stainless steel headgasket keychain! Order here.


      This thread will continue to grow, so be sure to check back often to see whats new for your 2.5L 20V 5 Cylinder! As always, if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions feel free to post them or contact sales@intengineering.com Or for a complete look at all products offered through IE, check www.intengineering.com
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      11-23-2011 01:34 AM #2
      Damn, sure looks pretty all put together like that. Thanks for supporting the 2.5L. I received my fuel rail the other day. Looks excellent.

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      11-23-2011 01:51 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by zevion View Post
      Damn, sure looks pretty all put together like that. Thanks for supporting the 2.5L. I received my fuel rail the other day. Looks excellent.
      We are about to really see what the 2.5 can do, we are about to start building one on our engine dyno.
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      11-23-2011 03:11 AM #4
      wow incredible stuff. Thanks for supporting the 2.5
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      11-23-2011 11:28 AM #8
      You guys will be excited, last night before we closed up shop we pulled down an '09 2.5L we had on the rack. We started drawing up parts to mount it to our engine dyno. Lots more parts and progress coming! I am going to have Tyler open a blog style post on here to chronicle the R&D as it goes on, hopefully that will keep you guys entertained. Then, to avoid cluttering your forum too much, all new parts will be listed for sale and kept in one place, which will be this thread.
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      11-23-2011 12:10 PM #9
      just wow. i am like that "red" fuel rail. Beside looking "Lady in red" pretty, any advantage of having one? i.e. horsepower increase, etc...?

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      11-23-2011 07:12 PM #10
      This is awesome guys, to have a 2.5 on an actual engine dyno is what we need. Cant wait to see all the parts you guys are gonna be shelling out soon. Any word on the fuel line kit for your fuel rail that will work with the HEP mani? Very interested in getting one but I wanna make sure the lines will fit first.
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      Hm very interested in those flywheel shims
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      11-28-2011 04:14 PM #15
      Any word on the HEP fuel rail kit? Still waiting for an answer.
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      11-28-2011 06:25 PM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by tay272 View Post
      Any word on the HEP fuel rail kit? Still waiting for an answer.
      Been working on it today actually... The rail will need a notch where the sensor goes, and then tabs will have to be fabricated to make the mounts line up, as the HEP does not use OEM mounting locations.

      I'm printing a prototype to check fitment with the notch etc right now... I think Gabe at Bluewater is going to buy some modified ones from us for that and handle all the support etc on those. We have something else coming which will have OE style injector angles and mount tabs etc, so I really am not toooooo concerned about all these other SRI where the injector angle & placement is not correct.
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      11-28-2011 06:58 PM #17
      Sounds good, let us know when theyre ready to go.
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      11-28-2011 07:43 PM #18
      Any documented or known issues with your fuel rail mounting on c2's flange? Im going to be using theirs for the supercharger, and would love to upgrade the rail
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      11-28-2011 08:16 PM #19
      The C2 has the same exact issue. The injector angle they used puts the rail WAY closer to the head then stock. A fitting only barely fits in the back side (for a return system), the injectors basically can't go in at the OE angle because the clips will hit the head, etc.

      The good news is that I'm pretty sure the HEP solution will work for the C2 one as well.

      Here's a pic of today's progress:

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      11-29-2011 03:15 PM #20
      Do you think say making a phenolic spacer for the flange would give enough room for the injectors to be placed in the oem configuration?
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      11-29-2011 07:18 PM #21
      Another question. Will we be able to use the flywheels shims on a 6mt swapped 2.5l?
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      11-29-2011 08:43 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      The C2 has the same exact issue. The injector angle they used puts the rail WAY closer to the head then stock. A fitting only barely fits in the back side (for a return system), the injectors basically can't go in at the OE angle because the clips will hit the head, etc.

      The good news is that I'm pretty sure the HEP solution will work for the C2 one as well.

      Here's a pic of today's progress:

      Is that mani powdercoated or is that ceramic coating? Id also like to know more about a phenolic gasket for those of us with SRIs. Helping keep intake temps down would be nice but if it would help space out the fuel rail too to make things easier, thats just another plus.
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      11-29-2011 10:45 PM #23
      Quote Originally Posted by kevin FaKiN spLits View Post
      Do you think say making a phenolic spacer for the flange would give enough room for the injectors to be placed in the oem configuration?
      Yes, It would help... Do you guys want some? I'm drawing up the head flange right now anyways for uhmm.... top secret.

      Quote Originally Posted by kevin FaKiN spLits View Post
      Another question. Will we be able to use the flywheels shims on a 6mt swapped 2.5l?
      Absolutely- the only major bummer about the 2.5L is that really it should have a friction shim between the crank and the trigger wheel, and one between the trigger wheel and the flywheel. In other words, there is already something sandwiched in there. Still, anything over 500whp I would definitely use them, ask Gabe....

      Quote Originally Posted by tay272 View Post
      Is that mani powdercoated or is that ceramic coating? Id also like to know more about a phenolic gasket for those of us with SRIs. Helping keep intake temps down would be nice but if it would help space out the fuel rail too to make things easier, thats just another plus.
      The manifold is actually from the Bluewater rabbit- I borrowed it to sort the rail situation out. I believe it is red wrinkle powder, but it may also just be paint. I'm not a huge believer in phenolic gaskets, but they usually can't hurt. They do lengthen the runner slightly which can be a good or bad thing, depending what you are looking for. -Pete
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      11-30-2011 11:07 AM #24
      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      Absolutely- the only major bummer about the 2.5L is that really it should have a friction shim between the crank and the trigger wheel, and one between the trigger wheel and the flywheel. In other words, there is already something sandwiched in there. Still, anything over 500whp I would definitely use them, ask Gabe....
      Just making sure its not going to cause rubbing in the housing. I heard the 6speed is already a very tight fit
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      11-30-2011 02:01 PM #25
      Even with a pair of them in there it is only .016", which is very very minimal.

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    27. 11-30-2011 09:24 PM #27
      Pete you need to hurry up and make more stuff. I already own 95% of what you guys sell for the 2.5L.

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      12-01-2011 06:59 AM #28
      I take a phenolic spacer!

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      12-01-2011 03:44 PM #29
      I 2nd that.
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      12-01-2011 03:51 PM #30
      Quote Originally Posted by RedRumGTI View Post
      I take a phenolic spacer!
      isnt the mani already tight..? if so, then how would this fit.?

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      12-02-2011 12:19 AM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      isnt the mani already tight..? if so, then how would this fit.?
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      12-02-2011 07:32 AM #32
      Quote Originally Posted by thygreyt View Post
      isnt the mani already tight..? if so, then how would this fit.?
      C2 manifold is no where near as big as the hep one. Plenty of clearence between rad support and manifold. Hep one might be a lil tight. I've got pics some where ill dig them
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      Plenty of room
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      12-11-2011 12:08 AM #33
      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      The C2 has the same exact issue. The injector angle they used puts the rail WAY closer to the head then stock. A fitting only barely fits in the back side (for a return system), the injectors basically can't go in at the OE angle because the clips will hit the head, etc.

      The good news is that I'm pretty sure the HEP solution will work for the C2 one as well.

      Here's a pic of today's progress:

      Seems like plenty of room for the fuel rail with the C2 manifold.
      The rail isn't anywhere near as close to the head like it is with the manifold (HEP?) you're using for mock up.
      Check out this comparison between C2 and stock..

      *Borrowing pictures that were taken from a similar vantage point.

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      12-11-2011 01:18 PM #34
      I'm pretty sure the C2 mani still moves the rail "under" that plug a bit- we shipped one to C2 and they said it did not work. With the chamfer in them as shown in the prototype above, it would work- I just think it will be ugly as hell on stock manifold cars, so I'm on the fence about it.
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    35. 12-11-2011 02:28 PM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      I'm pretty sure the C2 mani still moves the rail "under" that plug a bit- we shipped one to C2 and they said it did not work. With the chamfer in them as shown in the prototype above, it would work- I just think it will be ugly as hell on stock manifold cars, so I'm on the fence about it.
      What if the whole top edge was chamfered. Then you only have to make one fuel rail for everyone.

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