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    Gt28rs n custom Remap

    Picked up my car on friday from mrc. very pleased! slight problem with the brakes though so havent been able to really push it. Manir at MRC said its probably the one way valve from the brake servo - when i go hard on the power then straight onto the brakes theres no pedal for about 2 seconds then the vacum must build up again and its fine. I think the new charge pipe is touching slightly on the standard strut brace as well. a few minor adjustments and it should be fine.From what i can feel already the car has been mapped very smoothly, its a nice strong power progression, not so on/off anymore. It puts a big big smile on my face anyway!! It is slightly too loud for my liking at the mo' since the fitting of the the new single sport cat set up.i'm gonna get the Milltek resonated centre section to replace my non resonated section. Hopefully that will suppress the sound to get that perfect sound. Although it does sound really really mean at the moment I dont think i would be a big hit with the neigbours! I will post pics soon and some figures when i get it dyno'd
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    How do MRC map a BT conversion without a dyno?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallpaul
    How do MRC map a BT conversion without a dyno?
    Same as the rest of us, in the real world with the correct airflow the car would normally see, not in an artificial environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey
    Same as the rest of us
    Ah, 'the rest of us'...

    Not having a dig at MRC or any other tuners without a dyno. Just asking.

    Must be tricky to get full load data reproducably etc etc.

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    the road is the only place to map a car properly imo. not to say you cant do a lot of thee work on a dyno but still needs to be run in the real world to get it right.
    back to boost, oh how I missed thee....

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    indeed, anyway sorry to have prompted hijack of your thread.

    i imagine it goes very well now

    What is the full spec of your engine now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey
    Same as the rest of us, in the real world with the correct airflow the car would normally see, not in an artificial environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallpaul
    indeed, anyway sorry to have prompted hijack of your thread.

    i imagine it goes very well now

    What is the full spec of your engine now?
    Gt2860RS Cast manifold custom polished 3" Downpipe, Custom polished 3" intake running a SIMOTA carbon fibre aero form air filter, custom single race cat set up with milltek system. Bailey re-circ dump valve, custom Re-map.
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    Tidy, which mani have you got?

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    Hi Sanspeed,

    Quick question, do you know the Garrett part number of the turbo you have? Should be 739548-XXXX?

    I ask because there are two varients of this and im trying to establish which performs better on the road than the other?

    Input most appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by loftgroover
    Hi Sanspeed,

    Quick question, do you know the Garrett part number of the turbo you have? Should be 739548-XXXX?

    I ask because there are two varients of this and im trying to establish which performs better on the road than the other?

    Input most appreciated.

    Thanks
    I will find out n let you know.
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    Thanks.

    Look forward to response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallpaul
    Tidy, which mani have you got?
    Its designed and cast by a sweedish tuning company and comes as part of the big turbo kit that we supply and fit at sanspeed.
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    I may well be wrong ( im sure ill be corrected if i am!) but i think its possible the manifold is from a Danish company called Daugbjerg www.scanturbo.dk, they do two or three manifolds for the 1.8T engine.

    If so its a very nice high nickel manifold with nice aero properties.

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    Pics or vids would be nice. Vids would be the best I'd love to hear it sounds go ooon
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanspeed
    Its designed and cast by a sweedish tuning company and comes as part of the big turbo kit that we supply and fit at sanspeed.
    This one?

    http://img238.imageshack.us/my.php?image=turbo3fl5.jpg

    Danish apparantly... How much is the kit? The ATP one is rather let down by the quality of its mani (apparantly).

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    That could be it, they have two versions a 350+bhp and a 450+bhp one.

    I have the 350+ one behind my desk and its not that, but that might be the 450+ item as ive not seen that one.

    I believe the manifold alone is approx 180 gbp

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanspeed
    Corey i've PM'd you
    So you have
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