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    WOULD I FEEL ANY DIFFERNCE GETTING A NEW KO3 TURBO?? AND IF I GET JUST A UPRATED EXHAUST MANIFOLD WHAT BHP INCREASE WOULD I EXPECT??
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    found a good manifold on ebay for about 200.00. and checked turbo last night where my acuator rod joins to turbo it loose hte washeres etc knackered so no way is that tubo
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    so no way that turbo giving full power. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr good excuse for upgrade though
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    with a ko3 not sure any other manifold will see much benefit.

    i think i'm right in saying that it's preferble, but not always possible, to get a equal length manifold.

    usually going for a really free flowing larger ported manifold isn't always desirable as i think you need to keep the air pressure/flow higher through the exhaust system to the turbo. (imagine a river that narrows, the water flow will speed up throught he narrow section, which when applied to air in a turbo system, means the air will speed up and drive the turbo)

    any way i'm in no way a fluid dynamics expert and i'm sure someone more knowledgable will make a comment.

    the biggest concern on manifolds i think on the a4 turbo is that they are prone to cracking.
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    if you upgrade to a K03 then you want the K03s as you could yeild about 210-220bhp with the correct map but to be honest it not worth it just go bigger or have the K03 upgraded or just fix the Actuator rod and see how you get on from there.
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    ok ko4 it is thanks chaps. and yes injectors and remap.
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    or if im low on cash ill get a ko3s turbo i dont want HUGE power. any links for a ko3s turbo?? and would that turbo be straight swap?? and would new manifold benifit more on ko3s?
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    what about that guy in poland who does the better housing on your std turbo?? think Byans had one.??


    that might be a way of going?

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    Unless you are going to get a Huge turbo, a manifold will not yield any increases, in fact it will probably lose you torque and power as its the turbo that runs out of puff long before the manifold becomes a problem. If you contact Mark @ backdraft motorsport he can do you a ko3s for around 299 brand new iirc, that and a new map will net you around 220 i would think. If you do not get it mapped, it will feel faster but will actually only nett a small increase. I put a K04-15 on a K03 map and only gained 6 bhp

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    Quote Originally Posted by S3 GEORGE View Post
    Hi
    does any one know a good kit for my audi s3 225 I wanted a GT3071RWG or GT28RS (I think) need a equal length manifold, ported inlet manifold, 475cc Injectors( I think), 4 BAR Fuel Pump and Fuel Pressure Regulator, and any other bits you can fink of that mite help?
    i want to run 350-400bhp

    this is my 1st post btw
    thanks
    Will this help

    Here we have a 2001 Audi S3 approximately 50,000 miles with the following modifications:

    Green Cotton Panel Filter
    Forge TIP
    Milltek Cat-Back System
    Custom-Code Phase One

    Every other component is standard.



    The car has now been fitted with the hybrid JBS 05 turbo, 4 bar fuel pressure regulator and Custom-Code Phase Three.

    Please note standard downpipe, cats, manifold and intercoolers!

    For the stage one, we decided to run a maximum boost of 1.8bar spike, tailing to a constant 1.4bar to the redline. Please see VAG COM log below.

    Engine Speed Load Cmd Pressure Press @ Intercool
    TIME
    STAMP /min % mbar mbar
    24.64 1920 106.8 1840 1330
    24.95 1920 109 1860 1340
    25.24 1960 111.3 1870 1350
    25.55 2000 112.8 1900 1370
    25.85 2040 115.8 1950 1390
    26.16 2080 118.8 1990 1420
    26.45 2120 121.8 2020 1440
    26.76 2160 125.6 2040 1470
    27.06 2200 130.1 2040 1490
    27.37 2280 134.6 2060 1550
    27.67 2360 141.4 2080 1610
    27.97 2440 149.6 2100 1680
    28.26 2520 160.2 2130 1780
    28.57 2600 175.2 2150 1930
    28.87 2720 191.7 2160 2110
    29.18 2840 191.7 2180 2350
    29.48 3040 191.7 2220 2540
    29.78 3280 191.7 2290 2540
    30.07 3440 191.7 2380 2540
    30.38 3720 191.7 2390 2540
    30.69 3960 191.7 2400 2540
    30.99 4240 191.7 2390 2540
    31.29 4440 191.7 2390 2540
    31.59 4680 191.7 2380 2540
    31.89 4880 191.7 2360 2540
    32.19 5040 191.7 2370 2510
    32.49 5240 191.7 2360 2460
    32.8 5400 191.7 2380 2480
    33.1 5520 191.7 2390 2460
    33.4 5680 191.7 2410 2440
    33.7 5800 191.7 2400 2420
    34 5920 191.7 2330 2440
    34.31 6000 191.7 2290 2390
    34.61 6080 191.7 2240 2380
    34.91 6200 191.7 2210 2470
    35.21 6280 184.2 2170 2500
    35.52 6360 181.2 2150 2450
    35.82 6440 171.4 2110 2540
    36.12 6520 166.2 2100 2510
    36.42 6560 151.1 2080 2420

    As you can see, the turbo is quite capable of holding over 1.4bar at the redline and is fully controlled via the N75 valve. The offset you see between actual and requested is due to the 10psi wastegate actuator. A few tricks were needed in the Custom-Code Phase Three mapping to achieve this. We fuelled it at around 0.79 on spike tailing to 0.81 at redline. Maximum EGT recorded was 700˚C, this means no glowing manifolds or turbine housings!

    The results speak for themselves.



    As you can see from the dyno and logs, we now have near factory spool and a massive increase in both BHP and torque. Not to mention up to 1.5bar at 6.5k plus.

    We then decided to see just how far we could push this turbo on the standard manifold, downpipe and cats. The limiting factor became a combination of these three components. We managed to hold just over 1.5bar at 7k with a maximum EGT of 850˚C which is as high as we would ever want to go, but just shows what is possible. We were also very near to total saturation of the MAF element at 240g/s. We also increased ignition timing by approximately 8˚ below spool which can be clearly seen on the dyno graph in the form of extra torque low down.

    Please see the dyno graph below.



    We firmly believe that with just a high flow down pipe and de-cat a totally reliable 300-310BHP as well as 330-340lb ft is readily available. With the addition of our JBS Tubular Collected High Flow Manifold, up to 340BHP and 360lb ft will be on tap. We have now officially put this turbo into production and we are taking orders on our first batch of 10 as of now.

    Specification and prices below.

    Modified compressor housing inlet
    C.N.C re-profiled compressor cover for high flow
    350bhp capable billet custom compressor wheel
    Modified seal plate
    360 degree performance thrust bearing
    Hybrid K04 large trim left hand thread turbine wheel
    Lightening and balancing of turbine wheel for faster spool up
    Modified turbine housing
    Up-rated twin turbine seals
    Cryogenically treated components
    10psi wategate actuator set up with the option to upgrade

    BRAND NEW JBS05 turbo unit (not exchange) 1150.00+VAT

    Exchange basis JBS05 (as long as the old unit is in useable condition) 850+VAT

    JBS Tubular Collected manifold (not equal length) 450+VAT

    Custom-Code Phase 3 mapping 550+VAT (reduced from 650)

    Fitting of the manifold and turbo can be done for an extra 279.45+VAT - This includes labour, gaskets, oil, oil filter and coolant.

    Customers who already have a Custom-Code remap will receive a 33% discount on their phase three price. The JBS 05 hardware and software package is also available from Custom-Code agents.

    Many thanks for all the interest in the development of this product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S3 GEORGE View Post
    Hi
    does any one know a good kit for my audi s3 225 I wanted a GT3071RWG or GT28RS (I think) need a equal length manifold, ported inlet manifold, 475cc Injectors( I think), 4 BAR Fuel Pump and Fuel Pressure Regulator, and any other bits you can fink of that mite help?
    i want to run 350-400bhp

    this is my 1st post btw
    thanks
    I would have thought 475cc injectors would be stretched with a 3071 (and I wouldn't use them personally on a 28rs either) go with 550cc or 630cc for some scope to up boost

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    This info may help

    I've compiled the theoretical HP numbers that common sized injectors can support. There are 4 variables:

    Injector flow rating: amount of fuel an injector can flow at 100% duty cycle (wide open) at a specified pressure (3 bar is assumed)
    Relative fuel pressure at injector: The fuel pressure the system is set to minus any effects from boost or vacuum.
    Duty cycle: the percentage time the ecu signals the injector to be open. Depending on which injectors and who you ask, maximum should be less than 80 or 90%.
    Brake Specific Fuel Consumption: the amount of fuel the engine burns to make one (crank)horsepower for 1 hour in pounds/hour. This is the "unknown" variable. I have included values form .45 (really, really excellent) to .60 (mediocre). I don't believe any value lower than .45 for a 1.8T, BUT some people would disagree with that. There is no question that the equation from which these values are calculated is accurate. (HP= Injector Flow*Duty Cycle*# injectors/BSFC) What can be questioned are the variables- what is actual fuel pressure? Do the injectors really flow at their rating? What is the actual BSFC? The only one we can be completely sure of is the number of injectors. Fuel pressure is pretty certain.
    Injector flow is less so: people may be surprised how much injectors can vary from rated flow.
    BSFC: the only guide here is we have here is similar engines where this is actually measured on an engine dyno. In my OPINION, the farther you get from stock (the more HP), the higher this number is likely to be.


    Injector size: 380cc (36lb Hr)

    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 256 HP
    85% 272 HP
    90% 288 HP
    95% 304 HP
    100% 320 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 230.4 HP
    85% 244.8 HP
    90% 259.2 HP
    95% 273.6 HP
    100% 288 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 209.45 HP
    85% 222.55 HP
    90% 235.64 HP
    95% 248.73 HP
    100% 261.82 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 192 HP
    85% 204 HP
    90% 216 HP
    95% 228 HP
    100% 240 HP
    Injector size: 380cc (36lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 296.53 HP
    85% 315.07 HP
    90% 333.6 HP
    95% 352.13 HP
    100% 370.67 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 266.88 HP
    85% 283.56 HP
    90% 300.24 HP
    95% 316.92 HP
    100% 333.6 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 242.62 HP
    85% 257.78 HP
    90% 272.95 HP
    95% 288.11 HP
    100% 303.27 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 222.4 HP
    85% 236.3 HP
    90% 250.2 HP
    95% 264.1 HP
    100% 278 HP

    Injector size: 440cc (42lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 298.67 HP
    85% 317.33 HP
    90% 336 HP
    95% 354.67 HP
    100% 373.33 HP
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 268.8 HP
    85% 285.6 HP
    90% 302.4 HP
    95% 319.2 HP
    100% 336 HP
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 244.36 HP
    85% 259.64 HP
    90% 274.91 HP
    95% 290.18 HP
    100% 305.45 HP
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 224 HP
    85% 238 HP
    90% 252 HP
    95% 266 HP
    100% 280 HP

    Injector size: 440cc (42lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 345.6 HP
    85% 367.2 HP
    90% 388.8 HP
    95% 410.4 HP
    100% 432 HP
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 311.04 HP
    85% 330.48 HP
    90% 349.92 HP
    95% 369.36 HP
    100% 388.8 HP
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 282.76 HP
    85% 300.44 HP
    90% 318.11 HP
    95% 335.78 HP
    100% 353.45 HP
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 259.2 HP
    85% 275.4 HP
    90% 291.6 HP
    95% 307.8 HP
    100% 324 HP
    Injector size: 580cc (55lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 391.11 HP
    85% 415.56 HP
    90% 440 HP
    95% 464.44 HP
    100% 488.89 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 352 HP
    85% 374 HP
    90% 396 HP
    95% 418 HP
    100% 440 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 320 HP
    85% 340 HP
    90% 360 HP
    95% 380 HP
    100% 400 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 293.33 HP
    85% 311.67 HP
    90% 330 HP
    95% 348.33 HP
    100% 366.67 HP
    Injector size: 580cc (55lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 452.98 HP
    85% 481.29 HP
    90% 509.6 HP
    95% 537.91 HP
    100% 566.22 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 407.68 HP
    85% 433.16 HP
    90% 458.64 HP
    95% 484.12 HP
    100% 509.6 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 370.62 HP
    85% 393.78 HP
    90% 416.95 HP
    95% 440.11 HP
    100% 463.27 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 339.73 HP
    85% 360.97 HP
    90% 382.2 HP
    95% 403.43 HP
    100% 424.67 HP

    60 lb/hr
    3bar FP
    .45 BSFC
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 426.67 HP
    85% 453.33 HP
    90% 480 HP
    95% 506.67 HP
    100% 533.33 HP
    .50 BSFC
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 384 HP
    85% 408 HP
    90% 432 HP
    95% 456 HP
    100% 480 HP
    .55 BSFC
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 349.09 HP
    85% 370.91 HP
    90% 392.73 HP
    95% 414.55 HP
    100% 436.36 HP
    .6 BSFC
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 320 HP
    85% 340 HP
    90% 360 HP
    95% 380 HP
    100% 400 HP
    4 bar
    .45 BSFC
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 498.49 HP
    85% 529.64 HP
    90% 560.8 HP
    95% 591.96 HP
    100% 623.11 HP

    .50 BSFC
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 448.64 HP
    85% 476.68 HP
    90% 504.72 HP
    95% 532.76 HP
    100% 560.8 HP
    .55 BSFC
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 407.85 HP
    85% 433.35 HP
    90% 458.84 HP
    95% 484.33 HP
    100% 509.82 HP
    .60 BSFC Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 373.87 HP
    85% 397.23 HP
    90% 420.6 HP
    95% 443.97 HP
    100% 467.33 HP

    Injector size: 755cc (72lb Hr)

    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 512 HP
    85% 544 HP
    90% 576 HP
    95% 608 HP
    100% 640 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 460.8 HP
    85% 489.6 HP
    90% 518.4 HP
    95% 547.2 HP
    100% 576 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 418.91 HP
    85% 445.09 HP
    90% 471.27 HP
    95% 497.45 HP
    100% 523.64 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 384 HP
    85% 408 HP
    90% 432 HP
    95% 456 HP
    100% 480 HP
    Injector size: 755cc (72lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 593.07 HP
    85% 630.13 HP
    90% 667.2 HP
    95% 704.27 HP
    100% 741.33 HP

    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 533.76 HP
    85% 567.12 HP
    90% 600.48 HP
    95% 633.84 HP
    100% 667.2 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 485.24 HP
    85% 515.56 HP
    90% 545.89 HP
    95% 576.22 HP
    100% 606.55 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 444.8 HP
    85% 472.6 HP
    90% 500.4 HP
    95% 528.2 HP
    100% 556 HP
    Injector size: 880cc (83lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 590.22 HP
    85% 627.11 HP
    90% 664 HP
    95% 700.89 HP
    100% 737.78 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 531.2 HP
    85% 564.4 HP
    90% 597.6 HP
    95% 630.8 HP
    100% 664 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 482.91 HP
    85% 513.09 HP
    90% 543.27 HP
    95% 573.45 HP
    100% 603.64 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 442.67 HP
    85% 470.33 HP
    90% 498 HP
    95% 525.67 HP
    100% 553.33 HP

    Injector size: 880cc (83lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 683.38 HP
    85% 726.09 HP
    90% 768.8 HP
    95% 811.51 HP
    100% 854.22 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 615.04 HP
    85% 653.48 HP
    90% 691.92 HP
    95% 730.36 HP
    100% 768.8 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 559.13 HP
    85% 594.07 HP
    90% 629.02 HP
    95% 663.96 HP
    100% 698.91 HP

    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 512.53 HP
    85% 544.57 HP
    90% 576.6 HP
    95% 608.63 HP
    100% 640.67 HP
    Injector size: 1008cc (96lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 682.67 HP
    85% 725.33 HP
    90% 768 HP
    95% 810.67 HP
    100% 853.33 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 614.4 HP
    85% 652.8 HP
    90% 691.2 HP
    95% 729.6 HP
    100% 768 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 558.55 HP
    85% 593.45 HP
    90% 628.36 HP
    95% 663.27 HP
    100% 698.18 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 512 HP
    85% 544 HP
    90% 576 HP
    95% 608 HP
    100% 640 HP

    Injector size: 1008cc (96lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 790.76 HP
    85% 840.18 HP
    90% 889.6 HP
    95% 939.02 HP
    100% 988.44 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 711.68 HP
    85% 756.16 HP
    90% 800.64 HP
    95% 845.12 HP
    100% 889.6 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 646.98 HP
    85% 687.42 HP
    90% 727.85 HP
    95% 768.29 HP
    100% 808.73 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 593.07 HP
    85% 630.13 HP
    90% 667.2 HP
    95% 704.27 HP
    100% 741.33 HP

    Injector size: 1680cc (160lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 3 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 1137.78 HP
    85% 1208.89 HP
    90% 1280 HP
    95% 1351.11 HP
    100% 1422.22 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 1024 HP
    85% 1088 HP
    90% 1152 HP
    95% 1216 HP
    100% 1280 HP

    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 930.91 HP
    85% 989.09 HP
    90% 1047.27 HP
    95% 1105.45 HP
    100% 1163.64 HP
    BSFC .60
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 853.33 HP
    85% 906.67 HP
    90% 960 HP
    95% 1013.33 HP
    100% 1066.67 HP
    Injector size: 1680cc (160lb Hr)
    Fuel Pressure 4 Bar
    BSFC .45
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 1317.69 HP
    85% 1400.04 HP
    90% 1482.4 HP
    95% 1564.76 HP
    100% 1647.11 HP
    BSFC .50
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 1185.92 HP
    85% 1260.04 HP
    90% 1334.16 HP
    95% 1408.28 HP
    100% 1482.4 HP
    BSFC .55
    Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 1078.11 HP
    85% 1145.49 HP
    90% 1212.87 HP
    95% 1280.25 HP
    100% 1347.64 HP
    BSFC .60 Duty Cyle Max HP @ Duty Cycle
    80% 988.27 HP
    85% 1050.03 HP
    90% 1111.8 HP
    95% 1173.57 HP
    100% 1235.33 HP
    Black Audi RS4 2006 Exclusive edition, Black optic option (stock for now)

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    damn looks like i'll be maxing the 1680cc injectors out at a 100% duty cycle with my setup then

    just kiddiing.
    1998 A4 1.8T Sport - For Saturdays
    2003 VW Golf MKIV R32 - For Sundays
    2000 Peugeot 406 HDi - For when it's raining
    1996 Kawasaki ZX7R - For when I'm late for work!

    Mods- Forge Dump Valve, The Engine Shop Power Plus based Engine (Low Comp. Forged pistons, Arrow H-Section Rods, Newman fast road cams, polished & ported head), 19" wheels, B&M Short Shifter, Greddy Turbo Timer, RS4 Grill, Weitec GTN coilovers, HKS modified air filter, Autobahn88 FMIC, ChippedUK custom map. Some Turbo mods ongoing.

 

 
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