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TDI Power Enhancements Discussions about increasing the power of your TDI engine. i.e. chips, injectors, powerboxes, clutches, etc. Handling, suspensions, wheels, type discussion should be put into the "Upgrades (non TDI Engine related)" forum. Non TDI vehicle related postings will be moved or removed. Please note the Performance Disclaimer.

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Old April 10th, 2017, 05:42   #16
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thanks, do you now that the bearing sold separtly
I have no idea. There is a number on the bearing itself made by SKF, but no VAG part number. Personally, if I need to go back in there to shim it, I'll go with a solution that shims behind the throwout rather than using the plastic on the face that contacts the pressure plate. My particular pressure plate is a modified Sachs unit, but is not stiff at all...very stock pedal feel. If it were stiff like the southbend in my jetta, I'd not feel great about it's longevity.

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Old April 10th, 2017, 08:01   #17
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now I saw youre oem one have a 3mm thick plastic ring on it
are there more like that with even thicker rings ?
Im need atleast 6mm
do you have a friend with a lathe?
I made a spacer for mine that has a step that locates in the ID of the sheetmetal bearing cover. Wish I'd taken pictures.
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Old April 10th, 2017, 14:30   #18
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do you have a friend with a lathe?
I made a spacer for mine that has a step that locates in the ID of the sheetmetal bearing cover. Wish I'd taken pictures.
Sounds like the way to go right there!

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Old April 10th, 2017, 14:37   #19
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Yes thats what im intend to make
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Old April 10th, 2017, 19:00   #20
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A bit spendy, but a well made solution. They're 1mm thick

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Old April 19th, 2017, 15:50   #21
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this looks like good reference to some goodies on my new 2015 wagon. Just signed yesterday 4.18.17, with 55 miles on it...yes. 55.....

seems like she has been sitting since this whole ordeal broke out sept 2015....muahaha.
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Old April 19th, 2017, 17:07   #22
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this looks like good reference to some goodies on my new 2015 wagon. Just signed yesterday 4.18.17, with 55 miles on it...yes. 55.....

seems like she has been sitting since this whole ordeal broke out sept 2015....muahaha.
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Old April 20th, 2017, 04:42   #23
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Great project.

Interesting to see the internals of the gearbox.

I think some of the Mk6 o2q are already upgraded with better internals.
Only the 4th gear support mod needed really.
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Old April 20th, 2017, 05:21   #24
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Great project.

Interesting to see the internals of the gearbox.

I think some of the Mk6 o2q are already upgraded with better internals.
Only the 4th gear support mod needed really.
Thanks!
Sadly, I did not opt for the shaft support mod. May rethink that soon.

Just realized your dyno in Bobby's thread. Congrats! That's some serious power. I'm not looking for quite that much, haha. I'd be happy with ~275hp/425ft-lbs.
At what torque level and/or shaft speed do the input and gear shafts begin to separate and cause issues I wonder?
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Old April 20th, 2017, 06:43   #25
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I've been running 380ft lb / 430 ft lb for a while now. Around 50k. No issues in my case.

I think it's a good support mod to go for, if there was 1 mod for the gearbox, that would be it
I will do it soon, when we swap the clutch out I may look at doing it.

I'm sure Ryan will do an exchange if you return the un-used parts

Many thanks! Good luck with your project,
Even at what the stock head could flow in my case 255 it was still a seriously quick car and managed a 13.6 @ 102mph on the 1/4 mile
So if that's what you ended up with I'd still be very happy!
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Old April 20th, 2017, 06:54   #26
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I've been running 380ft lb / 430 ft lb for a while now. Around 50k. No issues in my case.

I think it's a good support mod to go for, if there was 1 mod for the gearbox, that would be it
I will do it soon, when we swap the clutch out I may look at doing it.

I'm sure Ryan will do an exchange if you return the un-used parts

Many thanks! Good luck with your project,
Even at what the stock head could flow in my case 255 it was still a seriously quick car and managed a 13.6 @ 102mph on the 1/4 mile
So if that's what you ended up with I'd still be very happy!
CRUA is more similar to CKRA (possibly CUAA head) and doesn't have same limitations as CJAA. I only assume that your CBBB head is similar to CJAA in saying that though?? I will not chase 300hp crazily however. Maybe some WMI to help as there is a convenient tank, lines, and injector wiring already in place and not in use. Just have to see if Malone is willing/able to tune that piece of equipment to be useful

And you know if you are going to open up that gearbox for the support bracket, you're gonna have to throw a LSD in there too!

Good point on the parts swap idea with Ryan, I've currently got the shift forks for sale. We'll see if anyone wants them for a slight discount over what I paid for now.

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I'm digging the filter and top plumbing. Is that Andrews make? Or somthing else?

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I'm digging the filter and top plumbing. Is that Andrews make? Or somthing else?

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Yep, edited that post to be more clear that it's Andrew's filter head. Great upgrade, looks great, filters better, and filters cost less than stock units while having a 100k mile change internal over the stock 20k. It's an upgrade that actually pays for itself over time while providing benefits to the fuel system.

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CRUA is more similar to CKRA (possibly CUAA head) and doesn't have same limitations as CJAA. I only assume that your CBBB head is similar to CJAA in saying that though?? I will not chase 300hp crazily however. Maybe some WMI to help as there is a convenient tank, lines, and injector wiring already in place and not in use. Just have to see if Malone is willing/able to tune that piece of equipment to be useful

And you know if you are going to open up that gearbox for the support bracket, you're gonna have to throw a LSD in there too!

Good point on the parts swap idea with Ryan, I've currently got the shift forks for sale. We'll see if anyone wants them for a slight discount over what I paid for now.

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I'm not sure, but that would be good if it is. Haven't seen a Mk7 head.
I'd love to put an LSD but our exchange rate is awful and has pushed the price up of them.
Plus I get major wheelhop in 2nd and 3rd, and I worry with a diff it will make it worse.

Water injection would be good in your case to keep EGT down, doesn't need mapping in as such , decent map will have EGT protection written in
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Here's an external comparison of the front of each head. No idea the differences of all the pathways inside. The CRUA does use a rotated valve star, meaning each camshaft operates both intake and exhaust valves rather than all intake or exhaust. Supposed to increase swirl.



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