Capa stock 1600 bar. I know this cause we set it from 1600 bar @ now 1800 bar.
Ccwa stock 1800 bar.
Capa rail sensor : 059130758L
Ccwa rail sensor : 059130758K
Not the same at the numbers as you can see.
Witch m18 edc17 2200bar sensor your using you have a part number Bobby.
Running 1800+ bar already, and tuner told me to better change to ccwa sensor if possible. At moment maxed out he says.
But don't know if it is plug and play on a Capa engine.
Also the idea is next year going to a bigger turbo. So i thought when changing to a CCWA sensor and paying for it why...
Minimal 2000bar. Now running a hybrid 2260vk and want to upgrade my railpressure sensor to a ccwa sensor. But thought when going later on for a s200v turbo maybe take the best onë direct instead changing them again.
The turbo arrived in good condition this week.
We have installed it together with some heat wrap on the downpipe.
Also installed the BiTdi maf sensor what is plug & play on the OEM airbox so that's a positive.
Soon i go for the dyno run, and see what we can get out of this monster...
I have the same steering wheel in my A5 so it will fit and work!
The airbag i don't know for sure but looks the same, so must work i gues.
The S3 logo you can change to a S-Line logo with no problems.
Today i received the new MAF sensor. It's from a BiTdi much bigger than the original one i can say. (90mm) I had to buy a silicon from 90mm to 75mm for my intake otherwise it won't fit!
For the people that want to know why the BiTdi MAF sensor? It is handy to see how much air the...