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    GT28 on 1.8 avj

    Has anyone fitted a gt28 to a 1.8t avj? and a rough idea on how mutch the upgrade would cost

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    You would be best to look on Audizine.com for info on BT on B6's.
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    Check this out:

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    Have a good look across the site - YOU WILL find it very useful!

    Also, speak with Backdraft Motorsport, Milton Keynes - they do GT28 Conversions for our car

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    As a rough guide of the bare minimum required:

    excluding the cost of the turbo itself, your talking $400ish for a manifold, and $250ish for a kit with all the oil and coolant pipes for the turbo

    You will then need a downpipe with a T25 flange on it, these can be had for around $300 in a fitment that will bolt up to your existing exhaust.

    Some tweaking of the intake pipe is probably needed, and then you'll need a map which is going to be at least 400.

    I recon starting with a standard car, and doing a lot of the work yourself, you're looking at around 1500 just to get it running.

    Ideally, your going to want to put a bigger intercooler on, and probably change the exhuast out for something better, so will need to spend a bit more. You will also need a set of injectors and probably a 3" MAF housing if you want to get decent power from it.

    Could easily spend 2k+ if your starting from a stock car, although shopping around and buying used etc where possible could see that dropping down a bit.

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