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2.0 TDi BKD Turbo Supplier

DHD Aug 16, 2011

  1. DHD

    DHD New Member

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    Can anyone recommend a low cost supplier for a replacement BKD Turbo? It's to go on a 2006 A3 2.0 TDi.
    Looking for a reconditioned unit, or new if the price is right.
    Thanks
     
  2. roman3000

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    These guys are quite good (never used them though)
    Turbo Technics
     
  3. NHN

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    Why not go hybrid tbh mate
     
  4. N8

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    Nigel's right, once mine goes, Hybrid ADL
     
  5. Christer

    Christer Engage the beige!

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    Nigel, doesn't hybrid require intercooler, new clutch and exhaust?
     
  6. martinivw

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    if u want the MOST from a hybrid then you should consider an exhaust and CAI, but standard intercooler is good for upto 400 bhp then perhaps consider a new (larger)unit, personally i would run the clutch u have at the moment until its is extremely cooked then replace it with a heavy duty one, all depends how you drive, condition of your current components and of course what its remapped to
    ;),
    I will go hybrid deffinately when mine packs in (i will say no more lol)
     
  7. N8

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    He's done it without!
     
  8. Ash187

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    thats some serious power for not alot of cash! most remaps cost around that amount! but i would want to get uprated brakes on the car before having one of those beasts on the car
     
  9. N8

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    I've got that covered ey lad! :wub:
     
  10. ckman85

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    Why dont Hybrid turbo make one for the 170 :-(
     
  11. Ash187

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    just fit a 140 turbo on it, it will still be quicker that your 170 :lmfao:
     
  12. N8

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    Quattro why you dislike?
     
  13. Christer

    Christer Engage the beige!

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    I guess he though you meant:
    When my turbo goes, I'm buying a hybrid!

    [​IMG]
     
  14. Naj

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    I too need to replace my turbo on a BKD engine.

    Turbo Technics quoted £425+VAT on a reconditioned unit with 2 years warranty and £75+VAT back if you send your old unit.

    Midland Turbo quoted £185+VAT to repair (if no core damage) damaged turbo or £380+VAT for an exchange turbo with 1 year warranty.

    So for an extra £300 Turbo Technics will exchange your damaged turbo for a new (?) hybrid unit.... seems the tastier option. I'll get a cheaper re-map from Shark Performance as I already have their STS unit. You reckon just leave the clutch until it goes anyway?
     
  15. martinivw

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    Well I'm going to leave my standard clutch in, if it lasts WOO HOO (I've won a watch),
    If the clutch gets cooked THEN I'll fit a performance one, job done ,
    hope that makes sense! ;)
     
  16. flying oyster

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    will a hybrid work on a standard car without a remap
     
  17. Naj

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    If the hybrid turbo is replacing the intended OEM turbo, then yes, it will work without a remap but there will be too much lag. A remap is essential really to get the best out of a hybrid.
     

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