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Old October 7th, 2013, 12:08   #16
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the only real benefit from a VC turbo is the GTB vane setup so its not really any better than a PD150 or cupra turbo?
so you're saying there is no real advantage to the third gen vane setup?
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Old October 8th, 2013, 00:13   #17
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these turbo's dont have the gen 3 VNT. Just the wheels.
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Old October 8th, 2013, 08:12   #18
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It's no better than a cupra turbo, but a good bolt on upgrade for an ve engine? rather than having to weld different outlet on a pd150 turbo, or buy a modified rear mount to fit, Sam

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Old October 8th, 2013, 08:38   #19
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What would be the best size nozzles to go with this? I'm guessing .240s ? Sam

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Old October 8th, 2013, 13:29   #20
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Deposit paid on one What sort of power and torque figures are you getting out of the Octavia, and what injector nozzles are you running with it, Sam

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Old October 8th, 2013, 14:07   #21
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175BHP 400Nm stock PD105 BXE (038130073AG as far as I remember) injectors on my recent Octavia mk2 with GT1749VC hybrid

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Old October 8th, 2013, 14:12   #22
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and here is another one GT1749vb (PD150) hybrid in my Octavia mk1 1.9TDI ALH with .216 nozzles, decat and stock injection pump and the rest + obviously remap, with Gt1749vc and .230 nozzles it would be much more

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Old October 8th, 2013, 17:44   #23
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these turbo's dont have the gen 3 VNT. Just the wheels.
thanks Ryan for pointing this out ...
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Old October 8th, 2013, 22:55   #24
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I'm thinking of swapping my .216 for .230 or .240 and aiming for 180bhp maybe, Sam

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so the GT1749VC hybrid will do just fine and from experience I would recommend fuel lift pump which is a very low cost mod and does make difference
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I've got a 2005 mk4 golf TDI with the bew. I just found out yesterday my turbo actuator has failed and I'm looking for the best alternative to get the car going again. I already have a dark side developments smic installed and a kerma omi intake. Do you have any thing that will suit my needs. Thanks,

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I've got a 2005 mk4 golf TDI with the bew. I just found out yesterday my turbo actuator has failed and I'm looking for the best alternative to get the car going again. I already have a dark side developments smic installed and a kerma omi intake. Do you have any thing that will suit my needs. Thanks,

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what's your engine code? ok I see it BEW and what sort of power are you aiming for?

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I've got a 2005 mk4 golf TDI with the bew. I just found out yesterday my turbo actuator has failed and I'm looking for the best alternative to get the car going again. I already have a dark side developments smic installed and a kerma omi intake. Do you have any thing that will suit my needs. Thanks,
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Replace the actuator like multiple people have told you.
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what's your engine code? ok I see it BEW and what sort of power are you aiming for?
I'm not looking for big gains Its our daily driver to get back and forth to work it sees alot of highway every week. It has to be economical and reliable.

I've seen to replace the actuator but have been told in the bewwith the kp39 its not possible or it is a lot of messing around.
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can't comment on the actuator sorry, the GT1749VC would be an ultimate choice as since it's been design for PD170 engines it will be much more reliable than the stock turbo

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