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    Thread: 02 Audi TT Dyno

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      02' Audi TT Quattro stroked to 2008cc w/HTA3076r
      01-22-2014 11:01 PM #1
      * Chassis: MK1 Audi TT
      * Turbo: HTA 3076r .82 A/R
      * Displacement: 2008cc
      * Software: Eurodyne Maestro 7
      * Injectors: Injector Dynamics 1000cc
      * Exhaust Manifold: Custom Tubular Manifold
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      02' Audi TT Quattro stroked to 2008cc w/HTA3076r
      01-22-2014 11:02 PM #2
      One thing I forgot to mention, the 514 AWHP was made on 26.5 psi and had only 4 degrees timing pull and no o2 correction

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      01-24-2014 02:49 AM #3
      Awesome numbers. I hope to hit 450 on a .63 a/r. Is that a Small port head?

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      02' Audi TT Quattro stroked to 2008cc w/HTA3076r
      01-24-2014 08:25 PM #4
      Yes it's small port

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      01-25-2014 04:29 PM #5
      That is fantastic.
      I've made 425whp with a 3076 .63 on my 16v. 034 waste spark
      You only pulled 4 deg of timing?
      I know the bore size and combustion chamber design determine the ignition curve
      I'd like to compare you map to where mine is.
      I have been conservative due to no DET detection on my setup.
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      02' Audi TT Quattro stroked to 2008cc w/HTA3076r
      01-25-2014 05:22 PM #6
      Well I have to give all the credit to Marc at VAP Motorsports in Fort Myers. They are doing some great work over there.

    7. 01-26-2014 03:55 AM #7
      So, about 550hp at the FW!? At 26.5psi and 7300 rpm, ... pump gas !? High numbers are always a ... motivating factor. I'd try to back up these numbers on another brand dyno though. May be 70-80hp less would look more realistic imho.

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      01-26-2014 08:32 PM #8
      First of all awd cars lose about 25% through the drivetrain which would make around 640 to the crank. Second of all it wasn't just pump it also had direct port meth injection. Last Dynojet when setup properly are usually no more than a +-5% off actual hp output, but then again no company that produces dynomometers does enough R&D to be considered the industry standard. So it's really a moot point. The only purpose a dyno really has is tuning against yourself and constantly making progress.

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      02' Audi TT Quattro stroked to 2008cc w/HTA3076r
      01-26-2014 08:33 PM #9
      R & D

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    10. 01-27-2014 05:10 AM #10
      That's 100% correct. It is a moot point but if the difference is up to 30-40...50hp with the common sense. 640hp(even 550)@the crank at 26.5psi/2008cc/ 7300rpm - NO f'king way! WMI is not a +100hp miracle. Your 3076 can support 550hp. 25% AWD loses is plain BS (I'm sorry to say that). Whoever told you that, it is far away from the reality and only serves unfulfilled power goals.

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      02' Audi TT Quattro stroked to 2008cc w/HTA3076r
      01-27-2014 06:39 AM #11
      Maybe a GT3076r however apparently you aren't well versed with the HTA turbos. They produce 8lbs more flow per minute and spool considerably quicker. Also awd setups do lose anywhere from 20-25% sometimes more. Last wmi is not the save as race gas obviously, but it would effectively bring the octane up to almost 100 and aggressively lower intake temps especially with direct port jets. All of those details taken into consideration kind of throw your mentality out the window.

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      02' Audi TT Quattro stroked to 2008cc w/HTA3076r
      01-27-2014 06:51 AM #12
      http://store.forcedperformance.net/P...GT3076HTA.html

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    13. 01-27-2014 03:09 PM #13
      Sure, your WMI lowers mostly the cyl temps but also takes part of the place for the incoming air. WMI doesn't burn neither add O2 to the mixture, and you do need much more O2/air than 59lb for 640hp. Just think about it. At 26.5 psi and 7300 rpm your engine just doesn't receive enough air for the stated power level.
      Look man, I'm not offensive. It is simple math behind that. It is not compulsory to accept my point. Everyone is free to believe whatever he/she wants.
      Cheers!

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      01-27-2014 03:27 PM #14
      http://www.dynojet.com/about_us/testimonials.aspx

      I'm sure all these reputable guys were paid to compliment Dynojet on their equipment lol.

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      04-01-2014 01:04 PM #16
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