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Stacey's Belated Yo Yo Build Thread

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by StaceyS3, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. <tuffty/>

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    Ah... bugger... didn't think of that LOL... I asked Bill to weld mine...

    Ah well... it is due to be modded to feck anyway :)

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    Due to be modded to feck anyway....you rearanging some hotside components? ;)
     
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    Cheers Dave am looking at lots of options at the mo....ideally want boost, AFR and oil pressure...oil temp would be nice but dont want to clutter to much with gauges

    If going the gauge route im thinking of either making a triple gauge holder to go in the gap below the radio and getting rid of the cubby hole or other gauge route would be the double steering column mount like Andrew

    It all swings on wether I can find some gauges I like the looks of as stack dont do a mechanical boost gauge that goes over 2 bar and of coarse got to wait and see what it will happily run at boost wise :)
     
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    cat? Am I fitting a cat? I will make a removable section for either front silencer OR cat.. Is that what you want?
    let me know dude
    cheers
     
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    Picked up my old block and head from my local machinists and they confirmed my suspicions

    The block on the back corner of cylinder 1 by the oil feed was 5 thou lower than the rest of the block deck, this will definately be the reason why I kept having oil leaks from there after the rebuild until I used gasket sealant (which im not proud of lol

    [​IMG]

    Just got to reasemble this weekend all being well then it will work its way on to gaybay ;)
     
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    Gayboy? Who's having this then Stacey?
     
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    Says "gaybay", so I'm assuming eBay ;)
     
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    Yeah sorry will be making its way onto ebay lol

    Have got to try and claw as much £££ back as possible from selling bits now
     
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    Prawn My other car is a MINI!!!!

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    oh yea, so it does.

    I'm so used to seeing people refered to as Gayboy, that I assumed you'd sold it to Karl :laugh:
     
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    You been on Vag Talk again?

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    Hey mate, I just realised you're not running a girdle. Did you consider it? David Blais (owner of IE) added me on FB today and I had a chat about the spec for a 500hp build and he mentioned the girdle. He said the billet main caps are for pretty serious builds so might be a bit much but they do mean a bit less machining to fit the girdle. I'm thinking I'll get one for my build but leave the main caps standard.

    I finally got some specs for mine out of the guy doing the build:
    + 1mm Ferrea exhaust/inlet valves
    Ferrea spring + retainer kit
    JE 83mm pistons
    TFSI crank + oil pump
    IE rifle drilled rods
    IE inlet
    Wavetrac diff

    ...and I'll be ordering an IE girdle, forge baffled sump, Hemi TB, IE rail, timing belt gear + dowel pins, manual tensioner and the fluidampr like you. Not cheap eh? Not sure what else to get?
     
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    cheeky git! :gun2:

    im not joking, i was going to say the same thing to you last night lol
     
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    Thats a wicked spec mate....not sure if a girdle is needed but it certinally wont do any harm ;)

    A set of cams would really set it off, but cant think of much else engine spec wise?
     
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    Sorry only just seen this....that looks like another lovely bit of kit from IE :)

    Well the misses has eventually started to understand that a decent bucket seat and harness's are worth having for safety (well sort of) and ive gone ahead and bought one ;)

    Will post up pics in a bit....
     
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    Posted in here just for reference

    I found some interesting info on my turbo eventually as never been able to find much, not sure if its the exact wheels but seems like the bigger comp and smaller turbine are pretty close size wise (within half a mm but will check part numbers when near the turbo)

    [​IMG]

    Looking at the comp map I must of been getting nearly every ounce of air out of the comp wheel possible

    It seems they do also a bigger turbine with the exducer being pretty much same size as a gt30 where as mine is neary the same exducer as a gt28 im comparison
     
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    teaser [​IMG]
     
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    Bloody hell bill I didn't realise you'd started fabricating sex toys! ;)
     
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    The taper on that looks like a brilliant match to the tial outlet and should flow lovely :)
     
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    yea, lucky that.
    fluke

    material is 316l stainless dairy pipe bends.. perfect finish, mandrel bent.. lovely to work with.
     
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    Pretty sure ive said it before but will look like a work of art once finished

    It feels a shame to cover up lovely bits of engineering like the mani and the downpipe will be with heat management items like wrap and ceramic
     
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    The dairy bends are pretty awesome. I had an inlet manifold fabricated using them yonks back. Awesome quality.

    Get it finished already ;)
     
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    and there's a teaser..... 4" out of turbo, transitions into 3.5" which will just fit past prop, and then into 3" for rest of system

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    and into 3.5"

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    and some figures showing the relative cross sectional area differences between 3", 3.5" & 4" tubes

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    Tube	diameter	radius	pi	CSA ^mm
    3"	72.7	36.35	3.1415927	4151
    3.5"	86	43	3.1415927	5809
    4"	97.5	48.75	3.1415927	7466
    
    A slight pause whilst ordered 3.5" vband clamps arrive... so the downpipe can be actually installed, in 2 pieces.
     
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    Nice work Bill

    Where is the external waste gate going to meet the down pipe?
     
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    Stacey's going screamer pipe FTW :lmfao:
     
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    Haha, Im not sure there is a choice when you run 4" DP.

    Awesome work Bill!
     
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    somewhere after the prop, and I think its going to pass the other side of the prop looking how things sit... stupid tight as you know..

    external gate pipe will be 50mm tube also.. same as my ibiza.
     
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    Looking brilliant Bill didn't catch the second pic last night, looks tight :)

    Yeah of coarse screamer pipe straight out of the bonnet lol
     
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    Only joking on the screamer, not sure how bills planned it as of yet but sure it will be shoe horned into a gap in the tunnel somewhere

    I forgot to put up pics of the new bucket seat...

    [​IMG]

    Another with the little one

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    It should hold her nicely in the S3 ;)

    But for some reason the Mrs still cant (want to) accept that i'd be safer with buckets, harness's and a cage...one day maybe?
     
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    Wow that downpipe I saw on FB and looks sexy. Can't wait to see what this runs like! And that recaro seat is ace lol!
     
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    You may be safer with bucket seats, harness and a cage but would you be safe from the mrs if you went out and bought them is more the point lol
     
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    You will beat my old figure of 531 bhp I bet by the looks of it
     
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    just how small does a 3" pipe look next to its bigger brothers! wow!


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    dunno about you but if i had a 3 inch pipe or more id be pretty worried :scared2:
     
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    ??
    lost me
     
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    Talking about his wang Bill lol.
     
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    Would love to think so but will have to wait and see....

    The more i look at them pipes the more i cant believe its going to fit in that space stricken engine bay, think it should flow very nicely and hopefully spool reasonably quickly :)

    Lol at the rest of you guys :lmfao:
     
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    wang? pipe, i mean arse! 3 inch pipe is suspicious!
     
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    what engine mounts do you have? gonna need to be pretty solid in there
     

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