Jan 27, 2010
I want that turbo!
I want bigger
That is a sweet sounding 1.8T. Is it a TQS? What exhaust, other engine mods (mapped) are you running?
I believe its a BAT in there... i SSSSOOOOOOOOO Wish
God that sounds shwweeeeeeeeeet!!!
I Have a autronic standalone ECU mapped by myself.
Here is what I did to the engine ;
Garrett GT3076R .63 A/R GT-V-band Turbo
Tial 38mm wastegate
Autronic SM2 Standalone
Autronic 500R Ignition ECU
750 cc siemens Injectors
Toga Racing Main bearings
Raceware Head Studs
Raceware Main Stud Kit
034 Tubular Manifold
034 Fuel Rail
034 Fuel Gauge
Bosch Motorsport 044 Fuel Pump
WOA Stage 4 clutch
Precision 750 hp Intercooler
Custom intercooler piping
ECS Adjustable Fuel Regulator
HKS Cone Filter
Morroso Catch Can
Newsouth Intake gasket kit
Electric fan kit
3 inch Turbo back
I want more vids! And a very sweet B5 you got there :thumbsup:
That B5 is just gorgeus Really good job there!
More videos are coming soon
That is one sweeeeeeet sounding B5 you got mate.
Thanks mate ...
Everyone keeps telling me that bov's will mess with my car and I should get a forged diverter but I like the hks ssqv cause the sound lol will it hurt my car?
Hes running standalone so it will be mapped to accommodate the ssqv and its probably running mafless.
So how could I do this cause I like the bov but do not want to hurt my car
As i suggested in your previous thread the forge splitter as it can be adjusted to recirc and atmosphere or fully recirc or fully atmospheric so if you adjust it right you can cut out the fuelling mixture issue quite alot and still have the 'tssstttt' sound !!!
I run an HKS SQV on my early 1.8T B5 and can't say it's caused any noticable issues. Mixed driving from town pootling with the missus to long runs for trips away to beating it with a big stick on race tracks. I'm well aware that it causes overfueling due to dumping metered air but in the real world I've noticed no issues going from a Forge 007.
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