Thread: Big turbo mk7s?
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Old December 14th, 2018, 05:22   #6
740GLE
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Originally Posted by turbobrick240 View Post
It would take a whole lot of cash to get an ea288 to the point where it's more fun to drive than your tuned gti. You could mod your gti into a 400+ hp monster with the same investment. I'm going to test drive an '18 gti this afternoon- my '11 golf tdi is going back Dec. 28. I'd really like a BRZ/86, but they aren't nearly as versatile or practical as a daily for me.
Love to see a 400HP BRZ/86, while I think that platform doesn't need that kind of power to "make it fun", it is tough to put substantial boogie into them.

btw here's a good link for a nice build, well documented as well

http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=475589
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