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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 February 13th, 2012, 14:18   #16
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just when I thought I did not want to do anything with my car ... here you are tempting me/us again! Good job!
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Old February 13th, 2012, 14:25   #17
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Just curious... what is your mpg now? After all that?
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Old February 13th, 2012, 15:02   #18
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So you had 235bhp with OEM-nozzles and big turbo setup ?!?!

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Old February 13th, 2012, 23:18   #19
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Some day, I will have this engine... and install it into a Porsche 944 or some other good handling RWD car!

So Ryan, you going to start selling these engines as kits?
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Old February 14th, 2012, 01:18   #20
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just when I thought I did not want to do anything with my car ... here you are tempting me/us again! Good job!
Haha, Thanks!!!!

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Just curious... what is your mpg now? After all that?
My bro has a stock BKD Golf that his GF uses and this returns MORE per tank with mixed driving, on a 70mph Motorway run it will average around 55-60mpg

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So you had 235bhp with OEM-nozzles and big turbo setup ?!?!

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Some day, I will have this engine... and install it into a Porsche 944 or some other good handling RWD car!

So Ryan, you going to start selling these engines as kits?
Good condition engines are hard to find at the right price, I've sent out maybe 5-6 already, give it a couple of years and we will be sending conversion crates i'm sure!!
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Old February 14th, 2012, 02:35   #21
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Hi Ryan, slightly off topic, but, how do you find the Rainsport tyres? I'm ready for a pair of fronts and i aint putting P Zero Neros on again, Too expensive and i haven't even got 10k miles out of them. :0

Whats the wear rate like on the uniroyals?

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Old February 14th, 2012, 02:55   #22
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They are around 100/corner and grip in the wet is no worse than in the dry really!!

I think the tyres have been on for over 8k of hard use + 20 runs up the strip and still have some life in them, I'd say in a normal setup they should last 20k, on the rear twice that!!
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Old February 14th, 2012, 04:25   #23
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... AFAIK the stock BKD has 475 nozzles ... (-2004: PDE-P2/80/475S403)
To "flow" 235 bhp (is there maybe a factor between German hp an bhp ?! ) out of stock 475 nozzles is in my opinion impossible ... but OK - i don't want to act as a wiseass ... it's only my opinion ... Why I am asking is:

A friend of mine has a BKD Audi A3 ... we installed BOSIO race nozzles (1287) and a special hybrid GT2056V turbo to get absolutely smokefree 450Nm and ~230hp ... 230hp on crankshaft !
230hp does not mark the absolutely flow-end of the BOSIOs - but I think that this is a good combination between "clean exhaust" and the durability of the turbocharger ... (at the moment he is driving with a 215hp mapping and 450Nm - ~2,2 bar maximum boost between 2500 - 3200 rpm, 1,95 bar @ 4000 rpm - but we are waiting for the last software-update to come ) ...

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Old February 14th, 2012, 04:32   #24
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The car has been on 3 separate rolling roads, all with different method's of measurement/calcualation.

If someone can suggest a RR in the Uk (or anywhere if you pay!!) that will read what everyone says are 'True' figures i will take it there and video the dyno run!!!

The problem with German HP is just the numbers are always low Nothing about a conversion factor, ive never been impressed with any German tuner, even VW did a poor job, haha!
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Old February 14th, 2012, 04:55   #25
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The problem with German HP is just the numbers are always low Nothing about a conversion factor, ive never been impressed with any German tuner, even VW did a poor job, haha!


OK, i would say that it depends on laws of physics ... and not on German tuners

But we could compare ... if you want ?!

Do you have the possibility to weigh your car (as it always is) with a full tank of fuel and YOUR body weight (if YOU are driving) ?
Would be very interesting for me ...
The other thing is that I would need a log from your car ... measuring block 011 should be OK ... time(stamp) and rpm is important ...
You should log on an almost flat road - in both directions minimum 2 or 3 times WOT ("uphill/downhill") ... in 4th gear from 1200rpm - 4500 rpm ...

With this values we could make a comparison between the time/rpm passing of both cars ... depending on the vehicles weight ...

The gearboxtype (code) and the tire dimensions are also very important ...

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Old February 14th, 2012, 05:12   #26
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The car weighs 1425 kg and i weigh roughly 75kg so lets say 1500kg all together, this is exactly how it would have been when i went to the 1/4 mile strip and did the 13.8.

I could get the logs for you when i have the car back
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Old February 14th, 2012, 05:20   #27
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The car weighs 1425 kg and i weigh roughly 75kg so lets say 1500kg all together, this is exactly how it would have been when i went to the 1/4 mile strip and did the 13.8.

I could get the logs for you when i have the car back
OK - many thanks in advance !
Pls don't forget the gearbox-code and the tire dimensions ...
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Old February 14th, 2012, 05:23   #28
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KXZ gearbox, 225/40/18, 30psi, 33" waist, 33" inside leg.......... haha
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Old February 14th, 2012, 05:35   #29
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KXZ gearbox, 225/40/18, 30psi, 33" waist, 33" inside leg.......... haha
... Ok ... lol ... Thanks ...


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Old February 14th, 2012, 09:44   #30
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They are around 100/corner and grip in the wet is no worse than in the dry really!!

I think the tyres have been on for over 8k of hard use + 20 runs up the strip and still have some life in them, I'd say in a normal setup they should last 20k, on the rear twice that!!

Ta for that mate, just what i wanted to hear

I'll be in touch soon for TB, dpf/egr off etc. Just waiting on xmas bonus!!!!!

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