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    Need serious help- Spent hundreds even new turbo PICS INSIDE

    So i have a 2.0 tdi bkd engine. REMAPPED with not a very well known tuner
    I had an overboosting turbo which was replaced with a brand new oem turbo.
    Brand new egr valve and imf.
    All whistling and limp mode has gone but when i log the boost, the actual boost is slightley higher.
    It must be the map, n75 or vacuum pipe to turbo?
    Please help
    I dont want to damage the new shiney turbo
    I know there is overshoot but it still isnt settling back to 2300

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    AFTER NEW TURBO FITTED!!
    Last edited by kdotman; 2nd April 2011 at 00:31.

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    Hi
    Looks ok - your slightly high accross the range but the charge duty is working.
    This is probably your remap but you are never going past the 2.5 bar range so it looks safe.
    If its really bothering you need to log a 100% throttle run in 3rd gear from 1500 ish rpm to the rev limiter(warm engine).
    I bet it never goes past 2500-2600.
    On a seperate note what did you do with the old turbo- I am after one in the spares or repairs catagory

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    This was done from 2000 revs to redline in 4th gear
    I sold the old one on ebay sorry, if i knew earlier i would have sold it to you
    2601 is the maximum vagcom reads
    If the duty cycles good it must be the map or vacuum leak?
    As long as its not damaging ill leave the map on
    Last edited by kdotman; 1st April 2011 at 23:22.

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    Yep leave the map on.
    Its sticky vnt vanes or long term boost leaks that seem to finish these.
    The bkd vacuum pipes seem a lot more durable than the old style cloth covered ones - i doubt you have a vacumm leak.
    If you did have a leak it would feel gutless low down then take off 2500-3000 rpm onwards - your actual boost v requested looks pretty well matched at low revs.

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    Yeah must be the map. It still pulls like a train!!!
    There was a slight dry oil residue on the boost pipe connecting to the intercooler, IS that normal?
    Im gonna go stock just to make sure 100% and maybe go with a reputable company
    thanks
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    Yes the Audi boost pipes leak oil from the intercooler connector. It is normal as it's just oil mist from the crank and cam case breathers. Its a common enough question on this forum. Nobody is that impressed with the way these pipes join. The y should have stuck with the jubilee clips

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    This is the graph btw with the NEW turbo
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    Just wondering why is the actual boost always floating above specified even before flooring it. Is this all to do with the map since i put a new turbo and duty cycle is good.

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    My turbo is a bit whistly so probably not a good example to log otherwise I would do a comparison

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    Yeah thanks, It supposed to overshoot for a second but it should definately settle close to 2300 not 2550 ish
    I thought the map is requesting less so how can it be that?

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    Does anyone else have any ideas why its always floating above it by 300mbar
    Please i dont want to kill my new turbo
    Last edited by kdotman; 3rd April 2011 at 19:26.

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    If your old turbo was a hybrid, ?? and your map was set up around the hybrid, its just a thought!

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    The old turbo was the original turbo.
    I remapped a generic remap with a not very well known tuner
    What could be causing the difference in boosts??

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    I guess no one else knows

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    Drive up a long hill see what happens


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    Just went up the hill twice where it usually goes into limp mode and it doesnt )
    But why is it still floating above the requested and settling higher?

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    ANYBODY!!!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdotman View Post
    ANYBODY!!!?
    Just a thought but why don't you go to the turbo man or the mapping man for advice ?

    Doesn't seem like anyone else on here knows the answer !!

    Or, even better, go to a mapping man that has a reputation for knowing what he's doing rather than a relatively unknown (and cheaper presumably ? ) alternative!!

 

 

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