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    Thread: INTEGRATED ENGINEERING's 1.8Turbo 20V product and new release thread.

    1. 08-30-2012 09:02 PM #401

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      Any plans for baby clothes? New parent here and would love to represent a quality company
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      09-04-2012 07:40 PM #404
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      When cutting these open we also found an alarming amount (nearly all) of our core cylinder heads had carbon build up and sludge in the oil galleys that would not be visible otherwise.
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      09-05-2012 09:37 PM #405
      quick question for you guys at IE.
      Do you sell pre-assembled rod/piston kits for me to just drop in after pulling my head and pan and honing up the cyl walls.

      Also what is the stock bore on 1.8t 06a, is it 81mm?
      I have 136k on my block, no burning oil no issues, perfect oil pressure so I dont believe I need to pull it to machine. Just want to simply drop in and rev the piss out of it and boost without blowing holes in my block.
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    6. 09-05-2012 11:56 PM #406
      Quote Originally Posted by Slimjimmn View Post
      quick question for you guys at IE.
      Do you sell pre-assembled rod/piston kits for me to just drop in after pulling my head and pan and honing up the cyl walls. YES they do

      Also what is the stock bore on 1.8t 06a, is it 81mm? the stock bore on ALL 1.8T 20v is 81mm, yes.
      I have 136k on my block, no burning oil no issues, perfect oil pressure so I dont believe I need to pull it to machine. Just want to simply drop in and rev the piss out of it and boost without blowing holes in my block.
      then get some rods and rings, do a light power hone, and RTS!

      what are your goals? you should be fine up to 450+ whp with stock pistons and aftermarket rods. i would, of course, add exhaust springs at a minimum though at this power level. but i dont know schit so dont take my words for gospel.

      and many people just do rods and run it. leaving everything else stock. can even do it with the block in the car, too.

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      09-06-2012 12:06 AM #407

      U don't know schit?

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      09-06-2012 12:07 AM #408
      stock ko3s... no 400whp for me

      I have no way to press wrist pins to stock piston
      the car is on an inclined driveway and up on jack stands in the front only
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      09-06-2012 12:27 AM #409
      Quote Originally Posted by Slimjimmn View Post
      stock ko3s... no 400whp for me

      I have no way to press wrist pins to stock piston
      The pistons have circlips that come out. No press needed.

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      09-06-2012 07:21 PM #410
      Quote Originally Posted by Slimjimmn View Post
      quick question for you guys at IE.
      Do you sell pre-assembled rod/piston kits for me to just drop in after pulling my head and pan and honing up the cyl walls.

      Also what is the stock bore on 1.8t 06a, is it 81mm?
      I have 136k on my block, no burning oil no issues, perfect oil pressure so I dont believe I need to pull it to machine. Just want to simply drop in and rev the piss out of it and boost without blowing holes in my block.
      We have many options available for rods and pistons. We do not sell pre-assembled as you will need to have your piston rings fitted to your block. You do not have to press the wrist pin, they use circlips and can be installed by hand. You will need 144X20 in either H beam or Tuscan I beam rods as aftermarket pistons utilize a 20mm wrist pin. Stock bore size (81mm) are available in JE 8.5:1 or 9.25:1 and Wiseco 9.0:1 wrist pins and circlips included. JE custom pistons and coatings are available by quote also.

      Quote Originally Posted by Slimjimmn View Post
      stock ko3s... no 400whp for me
      You really do not need aftermarket pistons with a stock turbo, 1.8T drop-in h beam rods with new piston rings will be a reliable bottom end that will handle more than your turbo can throw at it. We also have complete rod install kits including everything you need minus oil for guys like you looking to rebuild a bottom end with drop-in rods. If you are building for high revs you should focus on the valve train components more than the pistons. How much would you like to increase your rev?
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      09-06-2012 08:06 PM #411
      What is a safe HP limit for stock AEB pistons? 600 hp?

    12. 09-06-2012 08:17 PM #412
      hey pete can i throw up a ittle V-ip i mean pic of something??

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      09-06-2012 08:36 PM #413
      no crap, C-clips. I have never dis-assembled a 1.8t. Did a few b16/b18 and some 350's but they were all press pins (freeze them and bake the piston and then slide it in)

      Looks like a set of rods with stock pistons should be ok then. Most I would go is ft4 but since I just put on a brand new ko3s last winter prob wont go that route.
      I just want to make sure the bottom end is bulletproof and wont bend rods if I miss a shift or boost more.
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    14. 09-06-2012 10:59 PM #414
      Quote Originally Posted by formerly silveratljetta View Post
      What is a safe HP limit for stock AEB pistons? 600 hp?
      what is your longevity goal? sure Brian ran them >650whp for awhile, but it wasnt a super long while.

      if i were to hazard a guess, me personally wouldnt want to push them more than 500 or so for a long time. short bursts? ok. i will use IE rods and maybe stock AEB slugs in the next project car, and i wouldnt have a problem at all running this combo @ 500 AWHP.

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      09-06-2012 11:22 PM #415
      Quote Originally Posted by speeding-g6O View Post
      what is your longevity goal? sure Brian ran them >650whp for awhile, but it wasnt a super long while.

      if i were to hazard a guess, me personally wouldnt want to push them more than 500 or so for a long time. short bursts? ok. i will use IE rods and maybe stock AEB slugs in the next project car, and i wouldnt have a problem at all running this combo @ 500 AWHP.
      500whp is a good target for now. I can rebuild the motor in a few months and turn up the boost. Shooting for 700 by the end of the year.

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      09-06-2012 11:24 PM #416


      Brian had IE rods with stock 20mm AEB pistons 651whp 450+tq, thats some serious jams.... I can't remember if he said his cam bolt backed out or his crank timing gear but either way timing belt went and so did a valve through one of those AEB pistons.
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      09-06-2012 11:39 PM #417
      Quote Originally Posted by kamahao112 View Post
      hey pete can i throw up a ittle V-ip i mean pic of something??
      Absolutely I need to shoot a video of that ecu to explain what it can do to people...
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      09-07-2012 05:49 AM #418
      Quote Originally Posted by Budsdubbin View Post


      Brian had IE rods with stock 20mm AEB pistons 651whp 450+tq, thats some serious jams.... I can't remember if he said his cam bolt backed out or his crank timing gear but either way timing belt went and so did a valve through one of those AEB pistons.
      he ran that setup/tune for almost a year..first issues was cam gear..then dropped valve..then cam gear..then a couple more dropped valves....

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      09-07-2012 11:18 AM #419
      Those particular pistons lasted less then a week at that power level- then it blew up. When it did, it was found that the ring lands were all collapsed with the rings pinched in them...

      Compare that to Aarons JE's which he just took out after a season (or two? can't remember) of drag racing at 800+ bhp and they were still in great shape. The pistons, rods, etc- were all good to go, he just ended up changing the rod bolts because of the big over-rev again.

      AEB pistons aren't huge power pistons by any means.
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      09-07-2012 11:31 AM #420
      Put me down for some JE's then. Still deciding whether to go 2.0 stroker or just swap the pistons

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      09-07-2012 01:04 PM #421
      Quote Originally Posted by pete@integrated View Post
      Those particular pistons lasted less then a week at that power level- then it blew up. When it did, it was found that the ring lands were all collapsed with the rings pinched in them...

      AEB pistons aren't huge power pistons by any means.
      I recalled you saying that about the ringlands on a different thread. I asked him about it and he said a valve went through one of the pistons ring lands were fine, I know you keep in contact with him but maybe you have him confused with another case?.... Either way I totally agree aeb's shouldn't be pushed to that extreme.

      BTW you and the guys at ie are doing a hell of a job out there, everything I've received so far has been spot on quality wise and I have no problem sporting the IE logo on my 20th and Im not one to clutter my cars with stickers well done.
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      09-07-2012 02:10 PM #422
      When can we expect to see this FPR holder? This is the only thing keeping me from purchasing a fuel rail now.


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      09-07-2012 03:22 PM #423
      this is pretty much the best of the best?

      http://www.intengineering.com/assemb...bare-1279.html

      what else is next, setting it up for super high rpm basically solid lifter?

      All we really need to do is order a set of cams with it and have you drop them in and boom good to go for an 8500 rpm crazy power head with supporting bottom and what nots...
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      09-07-2012 03:24 PM #424
      Quote Originally Posted by MNShortBus View Post
      When can we expect to see this FPR holder? This is the only thing keeping me from purchasing a fuel rail now.

      That looks to be an RMR fuel pressure adapter.

      http://www.rossmachineracing.com/fuelpresregadapt.html

      034 makes one too

      http://www.034motorsport.com/fuel-in...m-p-21460.html

      and Baun Brenner makes one too

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      09-07-2012 03:25 PM #425
      Quote Originally Posted by groggory View Post
      have this one on my BBM rail
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