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    Re: Snooper S6R (Again!)

    Ok - deed is done. I've got some pics of the install if anyone's interested?

    Bit of a newbie tho' so don't know how to upload in-line pics like above. Can anyone shed some light and I'll then post them.

    Thx. M

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    Re: Snooper S6R (Again!)

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    I'll may you mine as well this evening. Im another webspace-less person

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    A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    The E05 K04 Hybrid



    K03 S Comp wheel & larger turbine wheel - looks like a k22 wheel to me:


    Learn more about it here

    This looks like the perfect bolt on to take you past the magic 300, sell your k04 to someone with a 180 or turbo sport and your well away [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile_smoking.gif[/img]

    I hope to see at least one of you with this and 320cc's before the summer is out [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    Research it carefully, ive followed this on Vortex and it produces no more power than a K04 from a TT/S3

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    Got one on the golf, and the turbos rated in the 250-260hp region at best. It's smaller than the K04 you've got on your s3's already.
    You'd be better getting a K04-23 modified if you want a bolt on option, or go for a propper big turbo.
    On an 150/180hp car this turbo works well as an upgrade.

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    This isnt for mine, I had a hybrid k04-23.

    From what I read the E05 was larger than the K04, they obvious mean the K04-15.

    Sorry guys!

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    sad but true...i was a hopeful..then i learned the truth

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    [ QUOTE ]
    GolfTTish said:
    Got one on the golf, and the turbos rated in the 250-260hp region at best. It's smaller than the K04 you've got on your s3's already.
    You'd be better getting a K04-23 modified if you want a bolt on option, or go for a propper big turbo.
    On an 150/180hp car this turbo works well as an upgrade.

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    So what's your thoughts for someone with a fecked K03? What's the cheapest upgrade and the easiest to get a map for? Was originally considering a Mitsi TD04, but I'm concerened about the amount of work I'll have to do to fit it as the kit is intended for a 210/225 TT and whether I can get a map done cheaply...preferably Oettinger...any ideas welcome.

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    a modded k04/k03 hybrid is going to be a good replacement for a k03.

    for a real custom chip solution, i can think of several ways - someone like AMD, try revo they have some code for non-standard turbos, or maybe a dastek unichip - these dont actually change the ecu chip, but use a piggyback system to modify the chips responses.

    they are extremely good if the installer is good. the installation/mapping price is usually about 500

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    Just chuck a second hand k03S on it and run your standard map. You'll gain some top end for 250.
    Jabba have already produced some tweaked maps for k03s's on k03 cars (ndbw).
    Revo can offer maps for hybrids on dbw cars.

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    Agreed, no need to change your map, I ran a k04 on my std map whilst waiting for a remap.

    Obviously you're not going to get the most out of the turbo, but it's a cheap route to more power.

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    Should be no reason why it wouldn't run OK.
    I ran the e05 on a k03s map for months without a problem, but some guys have run ko3s on k03 maps, and had minor problems.

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    Mine is still ok John ,waiting for f/p cat and fmic now before i pay revo another visit for a map tweak.Will i need larger injectors for safety's sake ,if so what part no's and cost? Cheers Andy

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    Don't know for sure andy. My glof ones were borderline on the ko3s at 4 bar, and bigger ones are 200+ the vat.

    Talk to Kev. He can give you a better idea.

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    I have a set of new Bosch 310cc's for sale. 175

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    Re: A turbo for people that want a bolt-on solution-

    injectors now sold.

 

 

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