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FS: GT2260V Kit for 1.9L VE and PD TDIs

danielhf

Veteran Member
Joined
Mar 27, 2007
Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
SOLD

I am selling my complete original GT2260V turbo kit. It will fit any 1.9L MKIV TDI motors (ALH, BEW, ASV, ASZ, ARL, etc.) This was removed from a running vehicle and worked flawlessly. I had no issues with this kit in 40,000 miles.


The GT2260V kit comes with:

- BMW GT2260V turbo with V-Band welded to turbine housing, aluminum elbow welded to compressor outlet, and converted to vacuum actuator (bought new and used for 40,000 miles)

- stainless tubular manifold with heat wrap (made by Whitbread, was his personal manifold that he used on his car before selling to me)

- 2.5" stainless downpipe w/V-Band and heat wrapped (made by Whitbread and used for 40,000 miles

- Oil feed and drain lines. Feed is stainless, drain is push-lock


I am looking for $1200 for this kit, but will entertain any reasonable offers. It is complete and ready to bolt up to your intercooler setup. I am only selling this as I have moved onto a different project with a different turbo setup.










The downpipe is still on the car, but here are the pictures when it was made (it has since been heat wrapped):

 
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Redneck Truck

Gone, but not forgotten
Joined
May 3, 2009
Location
Plano, TX
TDI
2008 Touareg V10, 2001 Audi TTQ Roadster TDI 6-speed, 2005 Jetta Wagon TDI 6-speed
Ooh, I can't wait to spin four tires, but I'm having more hangups with what was represented as a VNT20 "kit" I purchased from HappySack3 and I'm wondering if I'd be happier with this setup.

How will this unit compare to the VNT20 I'd otherwise be installing? Will it have similar fueling requirements and drivability characteristics?

Am I right to assume this turbo, manifold, and downpipe will work in my TT TDI with AWD 02M? If so, I am very interested.

Is there a reason you or PO chose heat wrap over ceramic?
 

kenmaira

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Joined
Jan 6, 2011
Location
Austin
TDI
Golf Mk4 2001 1.9 ALH
Redneck, if you get this kit, I must come by to find out what that drives like!
 

danielhf

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Joined
Mar 27, 2007
Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
Ooh, I can't wait to spin four tires, but I'm having more hangups with what was represented as a VNT20 "kit" I purchased from HappySack3 and I'm wondering if I'd be happier with this setup.

How will this unit compare to the VNT20 I'd otherwise be installing? Will it have similar fueling requirements and drivability characteristics?

Am I right to assume this turbo, manifold, and downpipe will work in my TT TDI with AWD 02M? If so, I am very interested.

Is there a reason you or PO chose heat wrap over ceramic?
This should make more power than the VNT 20, as that turbo moves significantly less air than this one. As far as a plug and play kit goes, you may have to redesign the downpipe to work with the center drive shaft for all wheel drive. I never used this with a center driveshaft installed, just the AWD 02M.

It clears the transfer case, but it may intersect the same space that the driveshaft occupies. I would test fit this on my car for that particular issue, but the car is not at a state in which I can test this.

I also do not know how this will work with your current inter cooler setup, but that should be relatively easy for you to adapt. Some aluminum pipe and silicone couplers should do the the trick.


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danielhf

Veteran Member
Joined
Mar 27, 2007
Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
We chose heat wrap over ceramic because we had immediate access to it. This setup, along with a PD motor swap, was completed in 6 days.


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NewTdi

Top Post Dawg
Joined
Jan 15, 2004
Location
NorCal
TDI
2003 Bora, Reflex Silver
this is just a great steal ... if I just had the cash sitting around!
 

DasTeknoViking

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Joined
Nov 7, 2010
Location
Palatine IL
TDI
B4 TDi, A4 R32
can the inlet be rotated so the outlet to the intercooler shoots out towards the top vs the bottom ? I got a B4 1Z with a proper engine mount and its got a GT1749VB right now, I'm itching for some more power.

This is not a VK turbo ?
 

danielhf

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Joined
Mar 27, 2007
Location
Dallas, TX
TDI
None anymore...
can the inlet be rotated so the outlet to the intercooler shoots out towards the top vs the bottom ? I got a B4 1Z with a proper engine mount and its got a GT1749VB right now, I'm itching for some more power.

This is not a VK turbo ?
I believe the compressor-side can be rotated. That would be good to confirm with Whitbread. This is not a VK turbo.


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