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    Power from K04 hybrid turbo

    just wondering waht sort of power you can get from an s3 running k04 hybrid and with what mods?

    any help appreciated

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    Why is the JBS priced at over a 1000 more than the backdraft hybrid
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    with these hybrid turbos it says the only other mods needed are a remap and full exhaust system. would a FMIC not be required or would they just be an added bonus?? sounds tempting!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitpayne View Post
    with these hybrid turbos it says the only other mods needed are a remap and full exhaust system. would a FMIC not be required or would they just be an added bonus?? sounds tempting!!!!
    FMIC would be encouraged so you can keep the power but also uprated brakes/suspension I think would be more of a must do mod after fitment of a hybrid.

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    probably better off doing everything else first and leaving the turbo remap til last!!! i'd better start saving!!!

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    mine was standard....once.....many pounds ago

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    its all sooo much fun. i find it a right buzz, buying new parts, making it better and faster. just wish i had more money so i could do more to the S3 sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitpayne View Post
    its all sooo much fun. i find it a right buzz, buying new parts, making it better and faster. just wish i had more money so i could do more to the S3 sooner.
    trust me...doing it progressively is best as you can appreciate the modifications more

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    yeah could imagine it would be a bit of shock doing it all once and also not knowing what affects what and how!!!!!

 

 

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