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2001 TT quatro 1.8L questions

Discussion in 'TT/TT-S/TT-RS Forum' started by kmart, Apr 14, 2004.

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    I dont want to sound like a dumbass on my first post, but...

    what are the stock whp and torque for a 2001 TT quatro 1.8L?

    is epuipped with all-time AWD?

    twin or single turbo?

    what is the stock psi?

    thats all for now, thanks...




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    nevermind, i found the answers to most of the above questions, but i still cannnot find what the stock psi is...
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    I think they are all 36/30 but I owned a 225 (chipped) with 17" and 18" wheels. I don't know about the other models pressure.

    Have you looked inside the feul filler flap?
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    [ QUOTE ]
    scoTTy said:
    I think they are all 36/30 but I owned a 225 (chipped) with 17" and 18" wheels. I don't know about the other models pressure.

    I think he meant boost pressure
    Have you looked inside the feul filler flap?

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    the stock turbo pressure on an 01 tt 225 is 6 psi or so i have been told by the guys at APR. as far as the bar configuration i have no clue.
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    what is the best blow off valve for a tt?

    i have been researching the turboXS bov's and from what i remember, the type s is for up to 10lbs of boost, while the type h handles up to 20...

    what bov would you all recommend?
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    You don't want to fit a BOV. It confuses the ECU and you lose power. Basically it's meant to be a closed circuit so if you vent to atmosphere the car assumes you have a leak.

    If you feel you need to change get an a Forge or AMD Divertor Valve.
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