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

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      03-13-2012 02:14 PM #77
      NEW PRODUCT:
      Integrated Engineering 2.5L 5CYL Spring/Retainer Kits

      Integrated Engineering is proud to release our new spring kits for 2.5L 5CYL engines. These performance tested kits feature 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. Click here
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      03-13-2012 02:42 PM #78
      what is the safe rev limit when using these?
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      03-13-2012 03:09 PM #79
      Quote Originally Posted by Sales@IE View Post
      NEW PRODUCT:
      Integrated Engineering 2.5L 5CYL Spring/Retainer Kits

      Integrated Engineering is proud to release our new spring kits for 2.5L 5CYL engines. These performance tested kits feature 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. Click here
      Isnt the description supposed to read

      Kit includes:
      20 precision wound intake/exhaust valve springs
      20 Titanium intake/exhaust retainers
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      03-13-2012 04:17 PM #80
      Quote Originally Posted by bunnyfufu View Post
      what is the safe rev limit when using these?
      Id say 8500-9k rpms but Im sure theyre good even past that. Ill let IE comment on this one cause Im not positive on any of this.
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      03-13-2012 04:24 PM #81
      Quote Originally Posted by tay272 View Post
      Id say 8500-9k rpms but Im sure theyre good even past that. Ill let IE comment on this one cause Im not positive on any of this.
      well if its near there that wouldnt be bad for $650
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      03-13-2012 04:56 PM #82
      Ferrea's valvetrain are supposed to be 8500-9000 rpms. or so they claim.

      in reality, i have no clue.

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      03-13-2012 06:44 PM #83
      awesome stuff.. great appearance.. thanks for the 2.5 love..

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      03-13-2012 10:37 PM #84
      These exact parts were tested up to 9300 rpm's in Bluewater's awesome 2.5L turbo, and they will push a bit further then that on stock cams. However, there's really no need to push it further then 8k or so on those cams, and you really have to watch out for non valvetrain related issues at those speeds, like oil pressure and aeration, etc.

      These are a true top quality, made in USA option which have been tested to hell and back, at a very fair price. They feature a lighter, stronger retainer then the Ferrea option due to the unique bee-hive spring, an IE exclusive in this application.

      When combined with Ferrea valves and a set of lifter shims this is a very hardcore- but reliable- setup.
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      03-22-2012 02:25 PM #85
      New Integrated Engineering boost taps and caps for FSI, TSI, and 2.5L 5CYL Engines are designed, engineered, and manufactured in-house CNC'd from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum to exact tolerances and use included OEM mounting hardware. These are available in your choice of finish including IE red or black anodizing at no extra charge, all hardware is included for an easy install.


      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.

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    11. 03-29-2012 06:49 PM #86
      just wondering if you guys ever thought about making a low temp thermostat for us warm weather boys?
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      04-26-2012 08:22 PM #87
      If you have not seen it yet, head over and check out our 2.5L 5 Cylinder Engine Dyno Build-Up Thread. Get a sneak peak behind the scenes and how we develop new product for your platform.

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      05-27-2012 05:31 PM #88
      Those new intake manifolds...any chance those will be a reasonable price under $500? 1k or more is total nonsense
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      05-27-2012 06:14 PM #89
      Quote Originally Posted by chadone View Post
      Those new intake manifolds...any chance those will be a reasonable price under $500? 1k or more is total nonsense
      I bet if you pre pay for like 20 of them, they will sell you them for $500.

      Low volume equals higher prices. And those also have quite a bit of engineering time in them too.

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      05-27-2012 06:25 PM #90
      Plus casting isn't exactly cheap...but if production numbers are high, the initial investment won't be too high.regardless i'm expecting at the very least 800 bucks for a cast manifold

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      05-28-2012 10:41 AM #91
      Prices can stay cheap if production demands are high. As long as money will be made back there's no reason to over charge. But then again, it's a car part and over charging is a common thing.
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    17. 05-28-2012 11:11 AM #92
      Everything else that IE has released has been very fairly priced. I can't imagine that anything would change with this.

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      05-28-2012 11:53 AM #93
      Quote Originally Posted by DerekH View Post
      Everything else that IE has released has been very fairly priced. I can't imagine that anything would change with this.
      You are absolutely true about this. That's why I'm hoping it continues to be fairly priced. IE is a great company.
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      05-28-2012 12:09 PM #94
      Quote Originally Posted by chadone View Post
      You are absolutely true about this. That's why I'm hoping it continues to be fairly priced. IE is a great company.
      It can be $900 and still will be the cheapest option. Pay to play Take what they're selling the 1.8t manifold for add $150-200 and that's probably your ballpark. Tho the 2.5 doesn't have to be modular, switchable between left .and right, so maybe it will be the same price or a little more.
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      05-28-2012 12:50 PM #95
      Quote Originally Posted by kevin FaKiN spLits View Post
      Pay to play
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      05-28-2012 01:00 PM #96
      I feel like a Dick! Local is parting out his 2.5 and I told him I'd take his c2 im if the buyer for his rabbit didn't want it. Buyer doesn't and now I want to wait for this. Cast is just better imo, the c2 is great, the other one is just a mail box on runners.
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      05-28-2012 02:33 PM #97
      If you had one on your engine I dont think youd be calling it just a mailbox on runners. Its alot more then that haha. Yes it might not be the most sophisticated design but it gets the job done and puts the power down. You cant argue about that. If this one ends up making more power then either of the other 2, I might give it a shot.
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      05-28-2012 03:57 PM #98
      Kevin I am in the same boat, I've been leaning towards the c2 as well over the UM endorsed one. But I'll definitely grab an IN over it based on what seems to be some great dedication to the 2.5.
      I'm just getting to the point where I've modded my mk5 to the point where all the new engine mods I have left r a grand or more! Haha


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      05-28-2012 06:25 PM #99
      Quote Originally Posted by tay272 View Post
      If you had one on your engine I dont think youd be calling it just a mailbox on runners. Its alot more then that haha. Yes it might not be the most sophisticated design but it gets the job done and puts the power down. You cant argue about that. If this one ends up making more power then either of the other 2, I might give it a shot.
      Well has there been a dyno for the c2? I don't know, don't really care to be honest. Not really all about power for the 2.5, just want nice things that look good to me and make the motor a little more robust. 400whp in a fwd car is pointless. We have a 600whp 20th that has drag radials on it and spins tire through 3-4th gear and will chirping in 5th on the highway.

      Hep is too big doesn't fit fresh out of the box, needs a custom intake. Not worth the price tag
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      05-28-2012 06:58 PM #100
      Quote Originally Posted by kevin FaKiN spLits View Post
      Well has there been a dyno for the c2? I don't know, don't really care to be honest. Not really all about power for the 2.5, just want nice things that look good to me and make the motor a little more robust. 400whp in a fwd car is pointless. We have a 600whp 20th that has drag radials on it and spins tire through 3-4th gear and will chirping in 5th on the highway.

      Hep is too big doesn't fit fresh out of the box, needs a custom intake. Not worth the price tag
      yup, I went with the C2 SRI because I like the look of it over the HEP manifold. Even if the C2 mani makes like 5 or so whp less than HEP, I don't really care. My car can spare a few ponies and I think it looks better in the bay
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