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Going from REVO 1 to REVO 2 - what should I expect?

elton121272 Sep 20, 2010

  1. elton121272

    elton121272 Active Member

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    Hi,

    I currently have REVO stage 1 with a Milltek TBE - the power and sound is awesome and I'm really pleased with the setup.

    I have an ITG Maxogen to be fitted and I can also upgrade my REVO stage 1 to stage 2 for £50 I believe.

    Just wondering what type of power gains I should expect and will the ITG make much of a difference?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. navnayyar

    navnayyar Member

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    Yes itg will make a excellent improvement! I really like the intake noise from the itg! A forge dv with stronger spring wilk help and depending on how you drive start saving for a uprated clutch
     
  3. MarkTweedley

    MarkTweedley Member

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    i FOUND IN A GOLF MK4 1.8t THAT i GOT SMOOTHER ACCELERATION AND THE BOOST HELD FOR LONGER.

    Oops, sorry fot the SHOUTING!!!LOL
     
  4. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis Audi S3

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    You'll get a good deal more power,but to get the best from it,you need the full exhaust,and definitely the high pressure fuel pump,as you'll be wanting Stg2+ next!
     
  5. RAPS3

    RAPS3 Well-Known Member

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    He's already got the full exhaust :)

    So just a updated Pump fir stage 2+ :)

    .......and then a new clutch
     
  6. elton121272

    elton121272 Active Member

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    thanks guys - what power can I expect from stage 2 - sround 340bhp? Is there a huge jump from stage 1 to 2 in terms of real power in low gears?

    Getting really excited about changing over.....should be done in teh next 2 weeks.
     
  7. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis Audi S3

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    Stg 2 usually delivers about 330bhp,and 2+ around 360,but the 2+ will fill out the midrange torque drop that you get without the HPFP.

    As for Stg1 to Stg2....you will notice a very significant power and torque increase.
     
  8. VRStu

    VRStu Just Looking VCDS Map User

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    A pump is useful even at stage one levels but almost a must for stage 2 and onwards.
     
  9. thebott

    thebott Member

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    I have the stage two upgrade using mtm software and its very good lots of power on tap. would imagine yours will be very much the same .
    the graph for my car shows just over 330bhp ! and with 36k on the clock my clutch is just starting to show signs that it may be on way out
     
  10. Boydie

    Boydie Boycie VCDS Map User

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    There is currently a group buy on at the minute on vagoc for Sachs Clutches - very good savings and it finishes next week!

    I would advise you to get included in that if you are wanting to go Stage 2!!
     
  11. elton121272

    elton121272 Active Member

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    Car has only touched 3k - when do most people start to see signs of clutch slipping on stage 2> would have thouht I would be ok for at least low double digit miles based on exciting driving but no regular crazy launches from 1st?
     
  12. S3Alex

    S3Alex Rarely neutral Team Ibis Audi S3

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    As soon as you exceed the torque limit of the OEM clutch it's going to start slipping.

    Mine was OK for a bit on Stg2 but began slipping at peak torque soon after.
     

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